# Table 2 Multivariate logistic (1, 2, 4) and linear (3) regression models results

Variable OR 95% CI p
Model 1. HCWs who know the risk of acquiring HCV and HIV infections from a patient
Log likelihood = -81.13, χ2 = 63.68 (8 df), p < 0.0001
Know that HCV and HIV infections can be serious 8.09 3.31-19.81 <0.001
Fewer number of years in practice 0.9 0.85-0.96 0.002
Fewer number of working hours in a week 0.9 0.84-0.97 0.006
Educational courses and scientific journals as sources of information about HAIs 3.54 1.22-10.24 0.02
Know the risk for a HCW of transmitting HCV and HIV infections to a patient 6.07 1.31-28.14 0.021
Older age 1.06 0.99-1.14 0.08
Fewer number of patients seen in a day 0.99 0.96-1.01 0.32
Model 2. HCWs who know that using standard precautions and hands hygiene after removing gloves are HAI's control measures
Log likelihood = -98.84, χ2 = 47.37 (6 df), p < 0.0001
Not know the risk for a HCW of transmitting HCV and HIV infections to a patient 0.24 0.11-0.5 <0.001
Know that HCWs hands are vehicle for transmission of nosocomial pathogens 4.64 1.85-11.68 0.001
Educational courses and scientific journals as sources of information about HAIs 3.54 1.47-8.5 0.005
Working as a nurse 2.34 1.09-5.01 0.029
Fewer number of patients seen in a workday 0.98 0.95-0.99 0.05
Fewer number of years in practice 0.97 0.93-1.01 0.16
Model 4. HCWs who often or always use gloves when at direct contact with a patient and performed hands hygiene measures after removing gloves
Log likelihood = -114.73, χ2 = 71.02 (10 df), p < 0.0001
Know that hands hygiene after removing gloves is a HAIs control measure 8.09 2.83-23.1 <0.001
Fewer number of patients seen in a workday 0.97 0.95-0.99 0.014
Working as a nurse 2.33 1.13-4.79 0.022
Know that invasive procedures are a risk factor for HAI 2.69 0.92-7.84 0.07
Educational courses and scientific journals as sources of information about HAIs 2.15 0.89-5.2 0.09
Know the risk for a HCW of acquiring HCV and HIV infections from a patient 2.22 0.88-5.58 0.09
Higher perceived risk for a HCW of acquiring a HAI 1.15 0.96-1.37 0.12
Beliefs that the use of guidelines for HAIs control practices do not reduce the risk 0.4 0.1-1.61 0.2
Not know the risk for a HCW of transmitting HCV and HIV infections to a patient 0.62 0.27-1.4 0.25
Younger age 0.98 0.94-1.02 0.31
Variable Coeff. t p
Model 3. HCWs who perceive a risk of acquiring a HAI from a patient
F(10,296) = 4.88, p < 0.0001, R2 = 14.2%, adjusted R2 = 11.3%