Table 4.

Logistic regression models of physician demographics, familiarity, and attitudes toward chemoprevention interventions.

Familiar with cancer prevention interventionsAttitude toward cancer prevention interventions
OR95% CIOR95% CI
Gender
 Female1(Reference)1(Reference)
 Male0.97(0.67–1.42)1.41(0.97–2.03)
 Age1.00(0.96–1.05)1.00(0.90–1.05)
Medical specialty
 OB/GYN1(Reference)1(Reference)
 Family medicine0.20a(0.13–.31)4.43a(2.86–6.85)
 Internist0.36a(0.23–.57)3.57a(2.29–5.56)
Geographic location
 Urban1(Reference)1(Reference)
 Suburban1.87a(1.25–2.79)0.72(0.49–1.08)
 Rural/remote0.97(0.53–1.77)0.63(0.35–1.12)
Years practicing specialty1.01(0.96–1.07)1.00(0.95–1.05)
Type of practice
 Solo practice1(Reference)1(Reference)
 Single specialty groupa0.54a(0.31–.94)1.30(0.75–2.25)
 Multispecialty group0.68(0.38–1.21)1.29(0.73–2.28)
 Direct hospital employee0.54(0.27–1.11)1.40(0.70–2.82)
 Faculty practice plan0.51(0.18–1.41)0.74(0.27–2.07)
Average number of patients
 1–151(Reference)1(Reference)
 16–251.53(0.96–2.43)0.82(0.52–1.29)
 26 or more2.34a(1.32–4.13)0.73(0.43–1.27)
  • aIndicates significant difference between provider types (P ≤ 0.05).