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Table 5 Bivariate and multivariate analysis of factors associated with reporting moderate to good perception of HIV risk among sexually experienced respondents

From: Perception of risk of HIV and sexual risk behaviors among University students: implication for planning interventions

Variables Moderate/good perception of risks for HIV infection (n = 89)
(%)c Odds ratio with 95% CI
Crude OR (95% CI) Adjusted OR (95% CI)
Age at sexual debut (in year) ≤18 36.0 1 1
≥19 52.6 2.69(1.47,1.94)** 2.69 (1.47,1.94)**
Condom use in last 6 months Consistence 23.7 1  
Inconsistence 52.5 3.54(1.78,7.02)** 3.75(1.5,9.02)**
UIDA in the last 6 months Yes 54.2 2.86(1.57,5.18)** 2.3(1.31,4.33)*
No 29.3 1  
Multiple partnership Yes 54.9 2.1(1.19,3.72)** 1.8 (1.13,3.51)*
No 36.7 1  
  1. UIDA: Alcohol and/or drug use in the last sexual intercourse, cpercent of sexually experienced students who perceived good/moderate HIV risk, *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01.