BioMed Research International / 2019 / Article / Tab 6

Research Article

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

Table 6

Relationship between hygiene practice, social status, and insurance.

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

InsuranceX2 =20.581
Insured28479.36919.351.4P ≤ 0.001
Noninsured4381.147.5611.3Cramer’s V=0.224

Social Status
Lower Class6868.72727.344X2 =31.882
Middle Class24185.23913.831.1P ≤ 0.001
Upper Class1557.7726.9415.4Cramer’s V=0.198

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