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Table 1 Summary statistics of the study variables (estimated prevalence and sample characteristics)

From: Prevalence and geo-clinicodemographic factors associated with hepatitis B vaccination among healthcare workers in five developing countries

  Afghanistan Haiti Malawi Nepal Senegal
n (%); 95% CI n (%); 95% CI n (%); 95% CI n (%); 95% CI n (%); 95% CI
Received required doses of Hepatitis B vaccine
 No 321 (30.9); 27.4, 34.7 3955 (88.7);87.6, 89.6 2249 (84.6); 82.9, 86.1 2171 (53.5); 51.22, 55.77 1088 (80.4); 78.2, 82.4
 Yes 717 (69.1); 65.3, 72.6 506 (11.3); 10.4, 12.4 411 (15.4); 13.9, 17.1 1886 (46.5); 44.23, 48.78 265 (19.6); 17.6, 21.8
Gender
 Male 580 (55.9) 1066 (23.9) 1555 (58.5) 2004 (49.4) 427 (31.56)
 Female 458 (44.1) 3395 (76.1) 1105 (41.5) 2053 (50.6) 926 (68.44)
Occupational qualification
 Medical Doctors 473 (45.6) 940 (21.1) 31 (1.18) 362 (8.9) 96 (7.1)
 Nurses and Midwives 313 (30.1) 2414 (54.1) 1,016 (38.23) 1588 (39.1) 669 (49.5)
 Other professionals 252 (24.3) 1106 (24.8) 1612 (60.59) 2108 (51.9) 588 (43.5)
Years of educationa 17.64 (3.88)/8–29 years 17.41 (3.12)/3–40 years 14.63 (2.41)/8–28 years 13.62 (2.87)/3–29 years 14.00 (5.17)/0–30
Weighted total N = 1038.0 N = 4461.0 N = 2660.0 N = 4057.0 N = 1353
  1. aM (SD)/Min–Max