Table 2

Coefficients from regression models predicting (A) dose 1 coverage, (B) dose 2 coverage and (C) dose 3 coverage (%, non-standardised) from standardised socioeconomic indicators

Model 1Model 2Model 3Model 4Model 5Model 6
(A)Dose 1
 Mean income−2.4*** (0.40)−1.5 (1.15)
 Education non-deprived−2.4*** (0.40)−1.4 (1.20)
 Higher occupation−1.8*** (0.43)1.0 (1.43)
 White2.4*** (0.41)1.3* (0.58)
 Non-migrant2.5*** (0.40)0.1 (0.72)
 Constant90.6*** (0.40)90.6*** (0.40)90.6*** (0.43)90.6*** (0.40)90.6*** (0.40)90.6*** (0.38)
(B)Dose 2
 Mean income−2.5*** (0.44)−1.7 (1.26)
 Education non-deprived−2.6*** (0.44)−1.8 (1.32)
 Higher occupation−1.9*** (0.47)1.3 (1.6)
 White2.5*** (0.47)1.5* (0.64)
 Non-migrant2.6*** (0.44)−0.05 (0.79)
 Constant89.5*** (0.44)89.4*** (0.44)89.5*** (0.44)89.5*** (0.47)89.5*** (0.44)89.4*** (0.42)
(C)Dose 3
 Mean income−2.6*** (0.54)−2.6 (1.57)
 Education non-deprived−2.5*** (0.55)−1.5 (1.64)
 Higher occupation−1.8** (0.56)2.0 (1.96)
 White2.7*** (0.54)1.5 (0.79)
 Non-migrant2.6*** (0.54)−0.1 (0.99)
 Constant86.4*** (0.54)89.4*** (0.44)86.6*** (0.56)86.5*** (0.56)86.5*** (0.54)86.4*** (0.52)
  • Source: Authors’ analysis of  human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine coverage data in England for the  2013 –20 14  school year by local authority, from Public Health England’s vaccine uptake guidance and latest coverage data and indicators of socioeconomic status from the March 2011 census

  • n = 131    local     authorities.

  • Standard errors in parentheses .