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Table 2 Vaccination rate and AB knowledge score per GP practice

From: Associations between the prevalence of influenza vaccination and patient’s knowledge about antibiotics

GP practice Vaccination rate for 2 years AB-knowledge score
  % (n) Mean (CI 95 %)
1 (n = 199) 8.9 (17)a,b,c,d 1.36 (1.22–1.50)
2 (n = 111) 11.8 (13)a,b,c,d 1.08 (0.91–1.24)
3 (n = 199) 12.2 (24)a,b,c,d 1.32 (1.18–1.45)
4 (n = 213) 8.1 (17) a,b,c,d 1.01 (0.90–1.13)
5 (n = 185) 13.2 (24)a,b,c,d 0.90 (0.77–1.00)
6 (n = 62) 24.2 (15)c,d 1.21 (0.96–1.46)
7 (n = 168) 16.4 (27)a,b,c,d 1.75 (1.60–1.90)
8 (n = 193) 15.0 (29)a,b,c,d 1.33 (1.20–1.46)
9 (n = 195) 7.3 (14)a,b 0.95 (0.83–1.08)
10 (n = 150) 15.9 (23)a,b,c,d 1.72 (1.55–1.89)
11 (n = 210) 14,9 (31)a,b,c,d 1.68 (1.55–1.82)
12 (n = 194) 14.7 (28)a,b,c,d 1.57 (1.43–1.71)
13 (n = 181) 17.9 (32)a,b,c,d 1.53 (1.38–1.67)
14 (n = 196) 20.0 (37)b,d 1.66 (1.52–1.80)
15 (n = 113) 4.5 (5)a 1.28 (1.09–1.47)
16 (n = 183) 6.7 (12)a 1.34 (1.15–1.46)
17 (n = 26) 0 1.04 (0.69–1.39)
18 (n = 68) 20.3 (13)a,b,c,d 1.15 (0.92–1.38)
19 (n = 193) 5.8 (11)a 1.46 (1.31–1.61)
20 (n = 185) 6.0 (11)a 1.18 (1.04–1.32)
  Chi-Square (Exact) p < 0.001 ANOVA p < 0.001; homogeneity of variances p < 0.001
  1. a, b, cThe minuscule letters behind the percentages (a, b, c, d) represent a subset of the variable category which is not significantly different at a significance level of p < 0.05 if it is the same miniscule for the same category