Table 5

Bivariable and multivariable analysis of psychological domain

VariablePsychological domainCORAOR (95% CI)P value
Some need (%)No need (%)
Education status
Unable to write and read24 (72.70)9 (27.30)0.950.78 (0.28 to 2.15)0.641
Primary education45 (61.60)28 (38.40)0.570.51 (0.24 to 1.10)0.089
Secondary education81 (77.90)23 (22.10)0.251.39 (0.66 to 2.93)0.381
Certificate and diploma15 (60.00)10 (40.00)0.530.60 (0.22 to 1.60)0.309
Degree and above56 (73.70)20 (26.30)11
Wealth rank
Lowest59 (81.90)13 (18.10)1.791.63 (0.67 to 3.98)0.280
Second lowest46 (63.00)27 (37.00)0.670.67 (0.29 to 1.50)0.332
Middle26 (70.30)11 (29.70)0.931.09 (0.40 to 2.91)0.860
Second highest47 (68.10)22 (31.9)0.840.79 (0.35 to 1.76)0.568
Highest43 (71.70)17 (28.30)11
Co-existing illness
Yes41 (83.70)8 (16.30)2.332.71 (1.16 to 6.33)0.020*
No180 (68.70)82 (31.30)11
Diagnosis
Yes176 (68.50)81 (31.50)11
No45 (83.30)9 (16.70)2.302.14 (0.96 to 4.77)0.062
Informed about the possible cause of disease
Yes38 (62.30%)23 (37.70)0.600.65 (0.34 to 1.23)0.186
No183 (73.20)67 (26.80)11
Information about the possible side effect of treatment
Yes133 (67.90)63 (32.10)0.640.72 (0.41 to 1.28)0.275
No88 (76.50)27 (23.50)11
  • *Indicates significance.

  • AOR, adjusted OR; COR, crude odds ratio.