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Table 2 ORs and 95% CIs for not having a SHI card: regression results

From: The patient voice: a survey of worries and anxieties during health system transition in HIV services in Vietnam

 Univariate modelMultivariate modela
(n = 1020)
OR (95% CI)p-valueOR (95% CI)p-value
Sex
 Male1.000.21  
 Female0.82 (0.59–1.12)   
Age
 < 40 years old1.48 (1.09–2.03)0.011.46 (1.02–2.08)d0.04
 ≥ 40 years old1.00 1.00 
History of IDU
 No1.35 (0.90–2.01)0.14  
 Yes1.00   
Duration of receiving HIV services at NHTD
 < 5 years1.000.20  
 5–9 years0.92 (0.57–1.48)   
 ≥ 10 years0.64 (0.36–1.14)   
Marital status
 Married1.000.021.000.04
 Not married1.74 (1.09–2.77) 1.64 (1.02–2.62)d 
Residence
 Hanoi1.000.31  
 Provinces around Hanoi0.99 (0.66–1.48)   
 Other provinces0.76 (0.53–1.09)   
Educational attainmentb
 Low0.70 (0.44–1.12)0.23  
 Middle1.05 (0.71–1.57)   
 High1.00   
Employment
 Not employed1.13 (0.74–1.72)0.32  
 Employed1.00   
 Retired0.49 (0.17–1.39)   
Individual incomec
 Low1.12 (0.66–1.90)0.59  
 Middle1.26 (0.80–1.97)   
 High1.00   
Disclosure of HIV status
 No1.91 (1.00–3.64)0.05  
 Yes1.00   
  1. OR odds ratio, 95% CI 95% confidence interval, IDU injection drug use, NHTD National Hospital for Tropical Diseases, SHI social health insurance
  2. aVariables with p-values < 0.05 in the univariate analysis were used for adjustment
  3. bEducational attainment: low: never went to school, primary school, or junior high school; middle: high school; high: vocational school/college or university
  4. cIndividual income: low: < 1,500,000 VND; middle: 1,500,000–4,999,999 VND; high: ≥5,000,000 VND
  5. dAge (< 40 years old) (OR = 1.47, 95% CI: 1.02–2.12 vs. ≥40 years old) and not being married (OR = 1.66, 95% CI: 1.01–2.72 vs. being married) were associated with not having a SHI card (p-values of 0.040 and 0.045, respectively) in the multivariate model using stepwise selection method for all variables (inclusion and exclusion criteria = 0.2 for each)