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Table 3 Effect of organ donation education on students’ registration intentions, adjusted for demographic variables

From: The effectiveness of an interactive organ donation education intervention for Dutch lower-educated students: a cluster randomized controlled trial

PredictorIntention to registerdich
(odds of yes versus no)
Intention to register (0 = no/1 = yes/2 = don’t know)Intention to register as a donordich (odds of yes versus no)
(0 = no/1 = yes)
(odds of yes versus no)(odds of don’t know versus no)
OR (95%CI)POR (95%CI)POR (95%CI)POR (95%CI)P
Intervention group
(experimental versus control)
1.74 (1.11–2.73).021.84 (1.18–2.85).011.12 (0.72–1.73).611.10 (0.61–1.99).75
Sex
(male versus female)
0.64 (0.51–0.81)< .0010.31 (0.20–0.48)< .0010.41 (0.26–0.64)<  .0010.80 (0.52–1.24).31
Age
 18 versus < 18 years0.81 (0.54–1.20).290.77 (0.45–1.31).330.87 (0.52–1.47).601.29 (0.71–2.34).41
 > 18 versus < 18 years0.57 (0.39–0.83).0030.62 (0.35–1.08).090.95 (0.55–1.64).850.62 (0.56–1.54).86
Educational level
 level 3 versus level 22.82 (1.64–4.84)< .0015.03 (2.38–10.61)< .0012.17 (1.09–4.30).031.89 (0.89–4.01).10
 level 4 versus level 22.97 (2.18–4.04)< .0015.67 (3.08–10.43)< .0012.57 (1.50–4.40).0012.80 (1.84–4.21)<  .001
Religion (religious versus not religious)1.13 (0.78–1.63).520.75 (0.46–1.24).260.56 (0.34–0.93).030.90 (0.59–1.36).61
Migration background (non-western versus western)0.46 (0.28–0.74).0010.28 (0.16–0.50)< .0010.61 (0.36–1.06).080.45 (0.21–0.98).04
Other organ donation education (yes versus no)1.14 (0.91–1.42).260.98 (0.56–1.61).940.80 (0.48–1.33).390.68 (0.49–0.94).02
  1. P values < .05 are printed in bold