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Table. 5.

Table. 5.

Contributing factors associated with reporting ADR among the community pharmacists

Odds ratio95% Confidence intervalp-value

LowerUpper
Sex (Male vs. Female)1.090.353.340.885
Age*0.900.840.960.001
Education level (Master vs. Bachelor)1.310.354.970.692
Education level (Ph.D vs. Bachelor)11.570.45296.060.139
Prescription volume1.220.901.650.201
Use of IT 3000 (Yes vs. No)2.570.956.940.062
Installation of ADR reporting program* (Yes vs. No)31.924.16244.750.001
Installation of ADR reporting program (Unknown vs. No)0.510.055.710.585
Education after graduation (Yes vs. No)0.520.141.970.338
Knowledge of reporting method* (Yes vs. No)53.569.10315.41< 0.001
Knowledge of obligation of reporting ADR (Yes vs. No)1.730.624.830.296
Encouragement project of the Korean pharmaceutical association* (Yes vs. No)4.131.1115.350.034
Encouragement of ADR reporting system from co-pharmacists (Yes vs. No)1.370.434.400.594
Attitude 10.490.181.350.165
Attitude 20.840.431.650.617
Attitude 31.540.783.050.218
Attitude 41.510.862.670.153
Attitude 5*0.290.150.53< 0.001
Attitude 60.630.361.110.111
Attitude 70.800.441.470.474
Attitude 8*0.510.310.840.008
Attitude 91.420.782.580.249
Attitude 100.610.251.520.29
Attitude 112.180.756.350.153

p < 0.05

The questionnaire items for 11 attitudes were described in Table 1. Answers were made on 5-point scales.

Korean J Clin Pharm 2019;29:125-32 https://doi.org/10.24304/kjcp.2019.29.2.125
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