Table 4

Association between selected factors and BCS practice (significant at α=0.05 level)

Adjusted OR (95% CI)p Value
Predictors of BSE practice (n=445)
Education level—husband (Wald χ2 (2)=6.22)0.045
 ≤Primary/intermediate
 Secondary3.11 (1.21 to 8.00)0.019
 University3.05 (1.22 to 7.63)0.018
Occupation—participant (Wald χ2 (4)=9.93)0.042
 Unemployed1.00
 Management, science, arts3.51 (0.99 to 12.47)0.053
 Sales and office1.66 (0.30 to 9.11)0.561
 Services, production, other3.43 (0.73 to 16.23)0.120
 Homemaker1.51 (0.43 to 5.29)0.520
Model summary
−2 Log likelihoodCox and Snell R2Nagelkerke R2
343.920.0420.075
Predictors of CBE Practice (n=445)
Annual Income (Wald χ2 (2)=11.90)0.003
 <US$29 3901.00
 US$29 390–US$78 5601.89 (1.07 to 3.36)0.029
 >US$78 5602.84 (1.56 to 5.15)0.001
Model summary
−2 Log likelihoodCox and Snell R2Nagelkerke R2
574.210.0280.038
Predictors of Mammogram Practice (40+ years, n=267)
Annual Income (Wald χ2 (2)=11.52)0.003
 <US$29 3901.00
 US$29 390–US$78 5602.67 (1.11 to 6.45)0.029
 >US$78 5604.63 (1.87 to 11.47)0.001
Model summary
−2 Log likelihoodCox and Snell R2Nagelkerke R2
320.910.0480.067
  • BCS, breast cancer screening; BSE, breast self-examination; CBE, clinical breast examination.