Table 3

Determinants of pandemic influenza vaccine uptake, Germany, season 2009/10
n# A(H1N1)pdm09 vaccination coverage; % (95%CI)# Odds Ratio (95%CI)#
univariate multivariable
Total 13,032 8.8 (8.2-9.5) - -
Sex
  female 6,730 7.8 (7.1-8.7) 1ref 1ref
  male 6,302 9.9 (8.9-10.9) 1.29 (1.14-1.45)** 1.36 (1.15-1.61)**
Vaccinated against seasonal influenza in season 2008/09
for agegroup 1859 years
  no 7,218 4.4 (3.8-4.9) 1ref 1ref
  yes 1,784 22.9 (20.7-25.3) 6.54 (5.43-7.87)** 5.98 (4.96-7.20)**
for agegroup60 years
  no 1,925 1.9 (1.3-2.8) 1ref 1ref
  yes 2,078 18.5 (16.1-21.1) 11.60 (7.51-17.01)** 4.76 (1.60-14.18)**
Place of residence
  WFS 10,338 8.9 (8.2-9.6) 1ref n.s.
  EFS 2,694 8.7 (7.3-10.3) 0.98 (0.84-1.14)
Socioeconomic Status
  low 2,524 7.6 (6.1-9.5) 1ref 1ref
  medium 7,777 8.0 (7.3-8.9) 1.06 (0.89-1.25) 1.01 (0.77-1.33)
  high 2,688 12.2 (11.1-13.4) 1.69 (1.40-2.03)** 1.61 (1.23-2.11)**
Health care workers
  no 687 8.4 (7.8-9.1) 1ref 1ref
  yes 12,345 16.5 (13.9-19.6) 2.16 (1.75-2.67)** 2.30 (1.78-2.96)**
Underlying chronic disease
  no 8,786 7.2 (6.6-7.9) 1ref 1ref
  yes 4,246 12.2 (10.9-13.6) 1.79 (1.58-2.02)** 1.42 (1.19-1.69)**

#weighted data; * p<0.05; ** p<0.001; ref=reference category; n.s.= not significant; WFS=Western federal states, EFS=Eastern federal states.

p-value for interaction between agegroup*seasonal influenza vaccination status: 0.011.

Böhmer et al.

Böhmer et al. BMC Public Health 2012 12:938   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-938

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