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Table 3 Factors associated with complete * compared with incomplete vaccination status among 2,174 men, Korean National Cancer Screening Survey, 2006–2008

From: Determinants of suboptimal hepatitis B vaccine uptake among men in the Republic of Korea: where should our efforts be focused: results from cross-sectional study

  Incomplete vaccination vs.
Complete vaccination*
OR (95% CI) p-trend
Age (years)    
  40-49 1.00 (referent) 0.128
  50-59 1.00 (0.73–1.37)  
  60-69 1.60 (1.03–2.48)  
  70-80 1.27 (0.57–2.81)  
Area of residence    
  Metropolitan 1.00 (referent) 0.561
  Urban 0.83 (0.63–1.09)  
  Rural 1.01 (0.66–1.55)  
Supplemental medical insurance for cancer    
  Yes 1.00 (referent)  
  No 1.19 (0.86–1.64)  
Monthly individual income (USD)    
  ≤999 1.01 (0.58–1.76) 0.567
  1,000–1,999 1.45 (0.93–2.24)  
  2,000–3,499 1.32 (0.89–1.96)  
  ≥3,500 1.00 (referent)  
Duration of education (years)    
  ≤11 0.63 (0.40–0.98) 0.044
  12-15 0.86 (0.62–1.21)  
  ≥16 1.00 (referent)  
Self-reported health status    
  Good 1.00 (referent) 0.311
  Moderate 0.86 (0.63–1.16)  
  Poor 1.68 (1.04–2.71)  
Occupation    
  Managerial and professional 1.00 (referent)  
  Service and sales 0.93 (0.65–1.32)  
  Routine and manual 0.90 (0.60–1.37)  
  Long-term unemployed 0.81 (0.46–1.45)  
Marital status    
  Married 1.00 (referent)  
  Unmarried 0.75 (0.38–1.50)  
  1. *Incomplete vaccination: received one or two doses of HBV vaccine.
  2. Complete vaccination: received the three-dose HBV series vaccine.
  3. Adjusted for list variables, type of health insurance, number of family members, smoking and drinking status and survey year.
  4. OR: odds ratio, CI: confidence interval.