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Table 2 Main significant predictor variables at 5% for dengue, chikungunya and Zika risk perception (imported or autochthonous cases, epidemic scenario), at the department and national scales. Summary results for both current and future disease risk perceptions by ID physicians. Underlined variables correspond to training activities by the respondents, and variables in normal characters to geographical, environmental or epidemiological variables. The scenarios in boxes (1, 2 and 3) are described in the main text

From: Low to medium-low risk perception for dengue, chikungunya and Zika outbreaks by infectious diseases physicians in France, Western Europe

Risk gradient
  Imported Autochthonous Epidemic
Departmental scale Scenario 1
Birth year,
Specialty Birth year × Infect. spe., Birth year × NPS
Scenario 2
International airport, Ae. albopictus presence, Identification of autoch. Cases, NPS
Year of medical degree, Longitude
National scale Birth year, Year of medical degree, NPS Additional training spe., Tropical experience Scenario 3
Year of medical degree,. Tropical experience,
Additional training spe., Longitude