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Table 3 Variables increasing the probability of being screened. Multivariate analyses

From: Impact of organised programs on colorectal cancer screening

Variable Odd ratio (95% CI)
Regardless of screening procedure (either FOBT or endoscopy)
Having visited a gastroenterologist within the last 12 years 5.55 (3.02–10.19)
Living in the 22 departments with organised screening programs 3.89 (2.52–5.98)
Being concerned by CRC screening 2.60 (1.43–4.71)
Being motivated by CRC screening 2.26 (1.27–4.02)
Being confident in screening efficacy 1.98 (1.15–3.40)
Having high educational level (College or higher) 1.74 (1.05–2.90)
Being afraid by results of screening tests 0.47 (0.29–0.77)
Living in Paris or suburb 0.37 (0.15–0.92)
With FOBT ± endoscopy
Living in the 22 departments with organised screening programs 3.91 (2.49–6.16)
Being concerned by CRC screening 3.17 (1.75–5.72)
Having high educational level (College or higher) 2.03 (1.19–3.47)
Being motivated by CRC screening 2.02 (1.13–3.62)
Being afraid by results of screening tests 0.56 (0.34–0.93)
Being 50–54 year old 0.40 (0.19–0.86)