Journal of Smoking Cessation / 2021 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Does Medication Sampling Improve Compliance with Brief Advice? Results from a Pragmatic Randomized Clinical Trial

Table 1

Proportion of patients in the intervention and control groups receiving brief advicea.

NRT ()Control ()Adjusted for site+HSI, gender, race
%%OR95% CI value

Asked smoking status37389432871.08(0.58, 1.99)0.8
Advised to quit34181401811.10(0.61, 2.00)0.7
Assessed motivation31775351711.40(0.87, 2.27)0.2
Assistance29570240482.84(1.69, 4.77)<0.0001
All advice21050193391.72(1.19, 2.49)0.004

aBrief advice based on receipt of 4As (arrange not included; see text for the rationale). Each question asked at 1-month follow up to primary care (baseline) visit. See text for coding of assistance, across any of several specific indicators. Calculated from nonmissing values at 1-month visit.

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