BioMed Research International / 2019 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

Self-Assessment of Hygiene Practices towards Predictive and Preventive Medicine Intervention: A Case Study of University Students in Ghana

Table 5

Relationship between hygiene practice, gender, and residences.

VariableHygiene PracticeSignificance Test
P value
Good PracticeModerate PracticePoor Practice
N%N%N%

Gender X2 = 3.28
Female18483.33214.552.3P=0.114
Male14376.13920.763.3Cramer’s V=0.090

ResidenceX2 =17.8
Rural4261.82130.957.2P ≤ 0.001
Urban28583.15215.261.7Cramer’s V=0.208

Age
≥ 187485.11314.900X2 =7.588
19-2419479.24116.7104.1P=0.108
≤255974.91924.111.3Cramer’s V=0.96

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