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Table 5 Associated factors for routine vaccine recommendation among respondent OBGYNa doctors

From: Influenza vaccination during pregnancy and influencing factors in Korea: A multicenter questionnaire study of pregnant women and obstetrics and gynecology doctors

Factors Univariate analysis Multivariate analysis
Crude ORb 95% CIc p-value Adjusted ORe 95% CI p-value
Work place
Public office/hospital 1    1   
Private clinic/hospital 6.49 3.55–11.89  < 0.001 5.33 2.44–11.65  < 0.001
Provided maternity care within the last 5 years
No 1    1   
Yes 2.45 1.28–4.69 0.007 1.66 0.74–3.70 0.216
Received influenza vaccination in the previous year
No 1    1   
Yes 3.83 1.79–8.21 0.001 2.56 0.96–6.81 0.061
Awareness of safety, importance, and priority groups of vaccination before, during, and after delivery, as recommended by KCDCd guidelines
No 1    1   
Yes 8.18 3.52–18.99  < 0.001 3.11 1.11–8.73 0.031
Awareness about 2019 national free influenza vaccination program
No 1    1   
Yes 9.68 5.14–18.24  < 0.001 4.88 2.34–10.17  < 0.001
  1. aOBGYN, obstetrics and gynecology; bOR, odds ratio; cCI, confidence interval; dKCDC, Korean Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  2. eAdjusted for age, sex, and location of clinic or hospital, together with covariates