Sosyokültürel faktörler hamile kadınlar arasında COVID-19 aşısı tereddütünü etkiler mi? Türkiye'de hastane odaklı kesitsel bir çalışma

COVID-19 aşı tereddütü


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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8422777

Özet

Amaç: Gebelerde COVID-19 aşı tereddütlerinin değerlendirilmesi amaçlandı.

Materyal ve Metot: Hastane odaklı kesitsel bir çalışmadır. Araştırmanın evreni 8972 gebe kadındır. Örnekleme alınan gebe sayısı 368’dir. Bağımlı değişken gebenin aşı tereddüdü, bağımsız değişkenler gebenin sosyodemografik, biyodemografik, sosyoekonomik özellikleridir. İkili karşılaştırmalarda ki-kare analizleri, risk faktörlerinin belirlenmesinde ise lojistik regresyon analizi yapıldı.

Bulgular: araştırmada aşı yaptırma tereddüdü yaşayan gebe sıklığı %59,5’dir. Aşı tereddüdü formel eğitimi olan gebelere göre olmayanlarda 2,470 (CI:1,319-4,625) kat, evde yaşayan çocuğu olmayanlara göre olanlarda 8,136 (CI:3,461-19,122) kat, bu gebeliği istemeyenlere göre isteyenlerde 1,776 (CI:1,039-3,035) kat, sosyal medya ortamından etkilenmeyenlere göre etkilenenlerde 7,485 (CI:2,894-19,360) kat daha fazladır.

Sonuç: düşük eğitim seviyesi, ilk gebelik, gebeliği isteme ve sosyal medya ortamından etkilenme gebelerde COVİD-19 aşı tereddüdü için risk faktörleridir.

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2023-10-17

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Türker Aras, Ülkü A., Karasal, H., arslan, mine, & Yumru, A. (2023). Sosyokültürel faktörler hamile kadınlar arasında COVID-19 aşısı tereddütünü etkiler mi? Türkiye’de hastane odaklı kesitsel bir çalışma: COVID-19 aşı tereddütü. Journal of One Health Research, 1(3), 47–56. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8422777