Table 1.

Demographic Variables of Women in the Univariable Logistic Regression Models Wanting to Get the Human Papillomavirus Vaccine After Intervention

Demographic VariablesLevelOdds Ratio95% CIWald χ2P
Age (years)21.43.0015
25–29 vs 55+11.393.58–6.22
30–34 vs 55+8.82.53–30.57
35–39 vs 55+10.152.88–35.83
40–44 vs 55+12.373.20–47.83
45–49 vs 55+6.681.86–23.99
50–54 vs 55+4.631.32–16.26
Family income ($)12.32.055
10,000–19,000 vs >100,0009.602.41–38.22
19,001–29,000 vs >100,0002.510.99–6.37
29,001–39,000 vs >100,0002.931.13–7.62
39,001–50,000 vs >100,0002.160.91–5.14
50,001–100,000 vs >100,0001.950.89–4.24
<10,000 vs >100,0002.290.72–7.30
Medical insuranceYes vs no0.370.16–0.865.37.02
Marital status10.75.03
Married vs widowed0.930.18–4.77
Divorced/separated vs widowed1.860.33–10.45
Live with partner vs widowed2.500.35–18.03
Single vs widowed2.160.41–11.46
MonogamousYes vs no0.540.27–
Age at first sexual intercourse (years)0.890.82–0.976.81.009
Vaginal sexYes vs no2.351.02–5.374.06.04
Birth control4.50.11
Barrier vs abstinence1.250.35–4.94
Non-barrier vs abstinence0.600.18–2.04
STI statusAny STI vs no STI2.101.18–3.746.35.01
Abnormal Pap test6.80.03
DK vs no1.390.48–4.06
Yes vs no2.061.20–3.57
Age at first Pap test0.930.85–
Have had a mammogramYes vs no0.490.30–0.817.91.005
  • Referent groups are listed second for all levels.

  • HPV, human papillomavirus; STI, sexually transmitted infection; DK, does not know if they have ever had an abnormal Pap test.