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Table 1 Sociocultural features of OCV acceptance heterogeneous across the three settings at USD 4–5 (medium price)

From: Sociocultural determinants of anticipated oral cholera vaccine acceptance in three African settings: a meta-analytic approach

Featuresa Heterogeneity p-value Setting-specific estimates (95 % CI)b
SE-DRC W-Kenya Zanzibar
Vulnerability: Poor perceived more vulnerable 0.048 1.38 (0.18, 2.58) −0.24 (−0.71, 0.23) −0.06 (−0.67, 0.55)
Stigma: Others make patient feel ashamed 0.079 0.08 (−0.18, 0.33) −0.12 (−0.33, 0.08) 0.24 (0.00, 0.48)
Physical symptom: Loss of appetite 0.069 −0.01 (−0.27, 0.25) −0.54 (−0.90, −0.17) −0.13 (−0.58, 0.31)
Physical symptom: Unconsciousness 0.032 −0.26 (−0.47, −0.05) −0.03 (−0.28, 0.22) 0.12 (−0.07, 0.30)
Perceived cause: Witchcraft 0.048 0.24 (−0.11, 0.59) 0.28 (−0.50, 1.06) −0.60 (−1.19, −0.01) c
Regular, dependable income 0.002 −0.21 (−0.75, 0.34) 1.02 (0.53, 1.50) 0.98 (0.39, 1.56) c
Married 0.018 −0.25 (−0.96, 0.46) 0.24 (−0.22, 0.70) 1.37 (0.49, 2.24) c
Rural vs. urban site 0.049 0.11 (−0.42, 0.63) −0.63 (−1.09, −0.17) 0.12 (−0.40, 0.65)
  1. Sociocultural and sociodemographic features that are heterogeneously associated with oral cholera vaccine acceptance across three endemic African settings at the medium price of USD 4–5
  2. Figures in bold represent associations with p < 0.05 for individual settings
  3. SE-DRC Southeastern Democratic Republic of Congo; W-Kenya Western Kenya
  4. aVariables with heterogeneity (p-value < 0.1) and a significant estimate (p < 0.05) in at least one of the settings are presented. Each row represents an association of the variable with anticipated OCV acceptance and each row is not adjusted for other variables in the table
  5. bSetting-specific logistic regression coefficient with 95 % confidence interval
  6. cIndividual estimates for Zanzibar have been presented in Schaetti et al. [16]