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Table 5 Factors affecting testicular self-examination of Bahir Dar University male students September, 2016

From: Testicular self examination among Bahir Dar University students: application of integrated behavioral model

Variable TSE Adjusted Odd Ratio 95% CI
Beta Wald Lower Upper
Academic Unit      
 Medical & health science   6.25 1 1 1
 Low 0.43 0.02 1.04 0.52 2.09
 Food and Chemical engineering −0.91 5.60 0.40* 0.18 0.85
Educational status of Father      
 Illiterate   12.43 1 1 1
 Able to read and write 0.81 5.56 2. 25* 1.15 4.44
 Elementary School 1.10 7.41 3.00* 1. 36 6.64
 Secondary School 0.14 0.07 1.15 0.42 3.16
 College and Above 0.07 0.03 1.08 0.45 2.58
Know-how to perform TSE      
 No    1 1 1
 Yes 1.21 18.74 3.35* 1.94 5.80
Knowledge      
 Not knowledgeable    1 1  
 Knowledgeable 1.37 25.32 3.93* 2.30 6.72
Environmental constraint      
 No   1.08 1 1 1
 Yes 0.43 2.16 1.54 0.86 2.75
Behavioral Intention 0.18 13.80 1.20* 1.09 1.32
Experiential Attitude −0.08 1.37 0. 24 0.81 1.05
Instrumental Attitude −0.04 0.88 0.96 0. 89 1.04
Injunctive Norm −0.11 7.22 0.89* 0.82 0.96
Descriptive Norm 0.02 0.05 1.02 0.95 1.10
Perceived Control −0.06 1.53 0.90* 0.82 0.92
Self-Efficacy 0.06 8.91 1.06* 1.02 1.11
  1. * and italics indicates significance at P-value <0.05, Adjusted R2 = 32.6 embedded