TABLE 4

Physician Self-efficacy Results

Control %Intervention %Model 1a 
OR (P)Model 2b 
OR (95% CI)
Baseline, n = 118Month 6, n = 90Baseline, n = 145Month 6, n = 121
How confident are you in your ability to…c
 1. talk about the risks of vaccines?707858d761.47 (.13)1.19 (0.75–1.49)
 2. provide vaccine information resources?817969e771.21 (.67)1.22 (0.47–3.17)
 3. answer difficult parent questions about vaccines?697454f711.07 (.86)1.13 (0.56–2.30)
Exploratory items:
 Communicate with parents about vaccines?919181g921.39 (.57)1.17 (0.49–2.93)
 Establish an ongoing dialogue about vaccines?868579h923.52 (.03)3.49 (1.09–11.36)
 Talk about the benefits of vaccines?979495i961.41 (.61)1.88 (0.55–6.47)
  • a Adjusted for baseline self-efficacy only.

  • b Adjusted for baseline self-efficacy, gender, specialty, number of children seen per week.

  • c Self-efficacy stem; 4–5 on 5-point scale considered high self-efficacy.

  • d Baseline difference between groups (P = .06).

  • e Baseline difference between groups (P = .03).

  • f Baseline difference between groups (P = .01).

  • g Baseline difference between groups (P = .04).

  • h Baseline difference between groups (P = .13).

  • i Baseline difference between groups (P = .69).