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Table 3 Odds ratios - vaccine concerns and decisional conflict by self-assessed hesitancy, expectant mothers

From: Vaccination hesitancy in the antenatal period: a cross-sectional survey

  Not at all hesitant (referent) Not too hesitanta Very or somewhat hesitant or unsurea
Vaccine concerns
Very/somewhat concerned vaccine might have side effect Referent 11.1 (5.0–24.4) 27.7 (9.1–84.6)
Very/somewhat concerned vaccine might be unsafe Referent 11.8 (5.1–27.0) 43.5 (13.2–143.3)
Very/somewhat concerned vaccine might not prevent disease Referent 4.7 (2.2–9.8) 10.0 (3.7–27.3)
Decisional conflict sub-scale b
Informed subscale (score ≥ 37.5) Referent 7.9 (3.2–19.3) 12.0 (4.3–33.5)
Values clarity subscale (score ≥ 37.5 Referent 3.7 (1.5–8.8) 11.4 (4.4–29.5)
Support sub-scale (score ≥ 37.5) Referent 13.1 (2.7–62.9) 43.7 (9.0–213.0)
Uncertainty subscale (score ≥ 37.5) Referent 17.4 (3.8–80.4) 85.4 (17.7–413.7)
  1. aOdds ratio (95% confidence interval) – referent = “Not at all hesitant”
  2. bDecisional conflict sub-scale scores ≥37.5 are associated with decision delay or feeling unsure about implementation