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Table 4 Multivariable analysis

From: Parents’ knowledge, attitude and practice towards children’s vaccination in Lebanon: role of the parent-physician communication

  Standardized Beta Confidence interval
Lower Bound Upper Bound
Model 1: Linear regression taking the knowledge score as the dependent variable.
Gender (females vs malesa) 0.041 0.010 0.321
Primary level of education vs illiteracya 0.09 0.114 2.677
Complementary level of education vs illiteracya 0.269 1.596 4.023
Secondary level of education vs illiteracya 0.377 2.150 4.539
University level of education vs illiteracya 0.557 3.026 5.376
Intermediate monthly income vs low incomea −0.049 − 0.673 − 0.077
Cooperative type of insurance compared to no insurancea 0.053 0.241 1.594
Patient-physician communication score 0.157 0.049 0.082
Model 2: Linear regression taking the attitude score as the dependent variable.
Secondary level of education vs illiteracya 0.077 0.266 1.432
University level of education vs illiteracya 0.132 0.705 1.783
High monthly income vs low incomea −0.06 −1.229 −0.195
Cooperative type of insurance compared to no insurancea 0.046 0.074 1.956
Patient-physician communication score 0.281 0.124 0.170
Knowledge score 0.082 0.048 0.161
Model 3: Linear regression taking the practice score as the dependent variable.
Primary level of education vs illiteracya 0.124 0.422 2.208
Complementary level of education vs illiteracya 0.199 0.641 2.341
Secondary level of education vs illiteracya 0.245 0.713 2.390
University level of education vs illiteracya 0.306 0.815 2.479
National social security funds compared to no insurancea 0.087 0.241 0.705
Private insurance compared to no insurancea 0.046 0.038 0.706
Patient-physician communication score 0.194 0.046 0.070
Knowledge score 0.07 0.022 0.079
Mount Lebanon compared to Beiruta −0.051 −0.620 −0.048
North Lebanon compared to Beiruta −0.06 −0.639 − 0.098
Single status (divorced/widowed) compared to married −0.09 −1.125 − 0.020
Attitude score 0.206 0.091 0.136
  1. aReference group