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Table 5 Multivariable regression analysis of factors associated with poor perception of hazard, knowledge of type of injury, and perception and knowledge of the prevention of unintentional childhood injuries

From: Perception and awareness of unintentional childhood injuries among primary caregivers of children in Vellore, South India: a community-based cross-sectional study using photo-elicitation method

Variable Perception of hazard Knowledge of type of injury Perception of prevention Knowledge of prevention
Parameter estimate 95% CI p-value Parameter estimate 95% CI p-value Parameter estimate 95% CI p-value Parameter estimate 95% CI p-value
Intercept 7.36 7.005 6.06 5.07  
Relationship (Mother/others) −0.52 −1.2,0.23 0.17 0.77 −1.3, 0.24 0.17   
Education (Lower/higher) 0.59 0.15, 1.0 0.008* 0.18 0.33, 1.21 0.001* 0.96 0.4,1.5 0.001* 1.1 0.5,1.8 0.001*
SES (Lower/higher) 0.24 −0.16,0.66 0.23 −0.53 −0.23, 2.4 0.38 0.62 0.08, 1.1 0.02* 0.72 0.08,1.3 0.02*
Past injury (Yes/No)    −0.59 −1.2, 0.91 0.08 −0.74 − 1.5, 0.73 0.07
Model R2 0.062 0.082 0.094 0.092
  1. *Significant p value (< 0.05)