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Table 4 Multiple logistic regression models [(with adjusted odds ratios (aORs) and 95% confidence Intervals (CI)] for the association between mothers’ knowledge about vaccination, the vaccination status of children, and mothers during pregnancy, and mothers’ trust to pediatrician

From: Knowledge of mothers regarding children’s vaccinations in Greece: an online cross-sectional study

Outcome a Did you vaccinate your children in the past?b (Outcome 1) Do you follow strict adherence to the prescribed dosage as indicated by the local recommendations for each vaccine?b (Outcome 2) Have you ever delayed your child/children vaccination?c
(Outcome 3)
Have you vaccinated during your pregnancy?b
(Outcome 4)
I completely trust my child’s pediatrician.d
(Outcome 5)
I freely discuss my concerns with the pediatrician.d
(Outcome 1)
Q20 6.37 (2.57, 15.82) 9.18 (5.41, 15.58) 1.41 (0.94, 2.13) 2.15 (1.17, 3.93) 5.45 (3.54, 8.39) 2.74 (1.36, 5.52)
Q21 13.42 (6.18, 29.14) 9.30 (5.91, 14.62) 1.39 (1.04, 1.86) 1.52 (1.04, 2.22) 3.76 (2.66, 5.33) 1.93 (1.06, 3.51)
Q22 30.02 (12.76, 70.65) 26.02 (14.89, 45.48) 1.84 (1.13, 3.00) 3.24 (1.46, 7.17) 6.48 (4.01, 10.47) 3.26 (1.53, 6.97)
Q23 8.55 (3.83, 19.05) 2.58 (1.66, 4.02) 1.00 (0.79, 1.28) 2.51 (1.76, 3.57) 2.24 (1.61, 3.11) 1.76 (1.02, 3.02)
Q24 0.39 (0.14, 1.02) 0.47 (0.28, 0.77) 0.73 (0.60, 0.90) 0.63 (0.50, 0.80) 0.76 (0.55, 1.06) 1.11 (0.66, 1.88)
Q25 0.72 (0.17, 3.06) 0.71 (0.34, 1.50) 0.54 (0.39, 0.73) 0.81 (0.57, 1.16) 0.70 (0.41, 1.18) 0.76 (0.32, 1.81)
Q26 5.19 (2.28, 11.84) 14.66 (8.06, 26.67) 1.30 (1.06, 1.58) 1.55 (1.21, 1.98) 3.53 (2.59, 4.80) 2.16 (1.32, 3.54)
Q27 10.84 (5.02, 23.39) 28.95 (17.51, 47.85) 2.24 (1.69, 2.96) 1.88 (1.31, 2.69) 5.89 (4.28, 8.12) 3.13 (1.85, 5.28)
Q28 6.03 (2.64, 13.74) 23.82 (12.24, 46.36) 1.44 (1.18, 1.77) 1.96 (1.51, 2.54) 4.85 (3.56, 6.62) 3.52 (2.13, 5.82)
Q29 6.17 (2.77, 13.73) 19.05 (10.62, 34.16) 1.58 (1.28, 1.95) 1.94 (1.48, 2.56) 5.16 (3.78, 7.04) 3.62 (2.19, 5.97)
Q30 3.85 (1.63, 9.08) 15.98 (7.68, 33.24) 1.58 (1.31, 1.91) 1.71 (1.36, 2.16) 4.41 (3.13, 6.21) 3.52 (2.01, 6.16)
Q31 5.27 (1.47, 18.86) 4.63 (2.09, 10.26) 0.82 (0.44, 1.52) 1.49 (0.67, 3.32) 1.78 (0.83, 3.82) 2.21 (0.75, 6.54)
Q32 5.62 (2.65, 11.94) 6.11 (4.01, 9.32) 0.93 (0.73, 1.18) 1.32 (0.97, 1.79) 2.76 (2.00, 3.80) 2.08 (1.23, 3.53)
  1. Notes
  2. Q20. Vaccines are unnecessary, as viruses can be treated with antibioticse
  3. Q21. The effectiveness of vaccines has been demonstrated by epidemiological studiesf
  4. Q22. Systematic vaccination helped to reduce or eliminate many infectious diseases worldwidef
  5. Q23. Vaccination can be done in summerf
  6. Q24. Vaccination can be done when my child has a colde
  7. Q25. Vaccination can be done when my child has a fever (> 38 °C)e
  8. Q26. Vaccine for measles/ rubella/ rubella/ mumps (MMR) is associated with autisme
  9. Q27. Children would be more resistant if they were not vaccinatede
  10. Q28. Many vaccines are given too early, leaving the children’s immune system, unable to develope
  11. Q29. The doses of chemicals that are used in the vaccines are dangerous for humanse
  12. Q30. Vaccination increases the appearance of allergiese
  13. Q31. There is a vaccine to prevent cervical cancerf
  14. Q32. Vaccination is not needed for diseases that have disappearede
  15. Abbreviations
  16. aAll outcomes adjusted for sociodemographic characteristics (age of mother and children, marital, education, single parent, employment and income status, city and region of residency)
  17. byes vs. no
  18. cno vs. yes
  19. dagree / absolutely agree vs. neither agree nor disagree / disagree / absolutely disagree
  20. efalse vs. true / I don’t know
  21. ftrue vs. false / I don’t know
  22. Bold font indicates statistical significance