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Table 6 Effects of intervention measures on influenza vaccination among different population groups

From: The influence of a community intervention on influenza vaccination knowledge and behavior among diabetic patients

Groupthe experimental groupthe control group Homogeneity test
Number of vaccinations / total number (vaccination rate)(%)Number of vaccinations / total number (vaccination rate)(%)OR (95%CI)χ2P
Age
 35~5941/161(25.5%)10/175(5.7%)5.6(2.7, 11.7)18.954< 0.001
 60~69156/299(52.2%)67/264(25.4%)3.2(2.2, 4.6)
 70~7999/201(49.3%)102/236(43.2%)1.3(0.9, 1.9)
 80~8956/108(51.9%)32/94(34.0%)2.1(1.2, 3.7)
Gender
 Male117/255(45.9%)80/298(26.8%)2.3(1.6, 3.3)0.0600.807
 Female235/514(45.7%)131/471(27.8%)2.2(1.7, 2.9)
Occupation
 Worker/agriculture/business and service personnel15/34(44.1%)4/27(14.8%)4.5(1.3, 16.0)1.4100.494
 Professional technician / soldier / other12/63(19.0%)5/41(12.2%)1.7(0.6, 5.2)
 Retired staff325/672(48.4%)202/701(28.8%)2.3(1.9, 2.9)
Education
 Primary school and below33/61(54.1%)31/83(37.3%)2.0(1.0, 3.9)3.0790.380
 Junior high school graduation110/237(46.4%)50/230(21.7%)3.1(2.1, 4.7)
 Senior high school graduation104/273(38.1%)60/259(23.2%)2.0(1.4, 3.0)
 College and undergraduate graduation and above105/198(53.0%)70/197(35.5%)2.0 (1.4, 3.1)
Marriage
 Married/Cohabiting340/721(47.2%)192/710(27.0%)2.4(1.9, 3.0)7.8480.005
 Other12/48(25.0%)19/59(32.2%)0.7(0.3, 1.6)
Influenza vaccination history
 Yes179/223(80.3%)182/206(88.3%)0.5(0.3, 0.9)72.906< 0.001
 No173/546(31.7%)29/563(5.5%)8.5(5.6,12.9)