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Table 2 Number of results on vaccination coverage in relation to parental SES and primary care models

From: Social inequities in vaccination coverage among infants and pre-school children in Europe and Australia – a systematic review

  Total # of studies Parental education Parental occupation Parental income Area level SES
   + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0
Type of Primary care
Hierarchical with WBC 3 1         2    2
Hierarchical without WBC 5 1 1 2    2 1    1   
Non-Hierarchical with WBC 1    1       1    
Non-Hierarchical without WBC 6 2   3    1       
  1. If a study had more than one SES measure, it was then recorded twice in the above table. For ex. if the vaccination coverage was analyzed both with respect to parental education and household income, the study was recorded both under the 1st and 3rd columns
  2. +: positive association between SES level and vaccination coverage: higher SES, higher vaccination coverage, −: negative association between SES level and vaccination coverage: higher SES, lower vaccination coverage, 0: No association between SES and vaccination, socially equitable outcome