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Table 5 Results of full multivariate logistic models of Awareness of Job Responsibility of Public Health Emergency in HIIsa

From: Determinants of emergency response responsibility perceptions in the local public health workforce after China’s health sector restructuring

Variableb SE P Adjusted odds ratio ( 95 % CIc )
Gender 0.2699 0.0918 1.576 (0.929 ~ 2.675)
Age 0.1873 0.2615 0.810 (0.561 ~ 1.170)
Education    
 Community College 0.3843 0.3292 1.455 (0.685 ~ 3.090)
 College/graduate degree 0.4437 0.5958 1.265 (0.530 ~ 3.020)
Education background 0.3191 0.0858 1.730 (0.926 ~ 3.233)
 Clinical Medicine    
 Others 0.3167 0.9306 1.028 (0.553 ~ 1.912)
Job contents    
 Supervision of Medical Institutions/Infectious Disease/Mother & Baby Care 0.4139 <.0001 5.031 (2.235 ~ 11.323)
 Public facilities/cosmetics/drinking water 0.3530 0.0212 2.255 (1.129 ~ 4.505)
 Occupational/radiation 0.4107 0.0026 3.450 (1.542 ~ 7.716)
 Administrative Enforcement 0.4833 0.0021 4.413 (1.711 ~ 11.378)
 Information Management/other 0.5919 0.1575 2.309 (0.724 ~ 7.366)
Work Experience in CDC    
 Yes 0.2776 0.0223 1.886 (1.094 ~ 3.249)
PHE Training/Drills    
 Yes 0.3060 0.1571 1.542 (0.846 ~ 2.809)
PHE Response Experience    
 Yes 0.2938 0.0122 2.089 (1.174 ~ 3.716)
  1. Note. aHII = Health Inspection Institution. bReference groups are male, public health education background, high school or less graduation, Food Hygiene/School Health Surveillance job content, reported no Work Experience in a CDC, had no PHE Training/Drills experience, and no PHE Response Experiencec CI = confidence interval