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Table 3 Multivariable analysis of factors associated with reported influenza vaccination uptake during current pregnancy

From: Coverage and determinants of influenza vaccine among pregnant women: a cross-sectional study

  Multivariable analysis
Adjusted PRa 95% CI P-value
Cues to vaccination
Was personally advised to get vaccinated against influenza during current pregnancy    < 0.001
 No 1   
 Yes 7.11 3.92; 12.90  
 Not sure 1.98 0.71; 5.49  
Vaccination practices
Was vaccinated against influenza during previous pregnancy
 Nob 1   
 Yes 2.51 1.54; 4.11 < 0.001
Insurance status    0.001
Not insured 1   
Insured 2.32 1.43; 3.76  
Not sure 1.03 0.46; 2.26  
Higher vaccine confidence (Factor 1)c,d 1.62c 1.30; 2.01 < 0.001
Willingness to vaccinatec 1.06 1.01; 1.12 0.011
  1. a Adjusted prevalence ratio
  2. b Includes those who did not get vaccinated during previous pregnancy, those unsure whether they got vaccinated during previous pregnancy, and those who were never pregnant before their current pregnancy
  3. c Linear trend
  4. d For variable composition of the attitude dimension Higher vaccine confidence, see Table S3