Journal of Smoking Cessation / 2021 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

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

Table 2

Factors associated with receipt of the brief advicea.

AskAdviseAssessAssistAll advice

Gender
 MaleReferenceReferenceReferenceReferenceReference
 Female1.18a (0.78–1.77)0.79 (0.55-1.13)0.98 (0.72-1.33)0.68 (0.51-0.91)0.80 (0.61-1.05)
Insurance
 YesReferenceReferenceReferenceReferenceReference
 No0.67 (0.38–1.19)0.87 (0.51-1.49)1.25 (0.76-2.06)1.15 (0.73-1.83)1.09 (0.71-1.66)
Marital status
 Not marriedReferenceReferenceReferenceReferenceReference
 Married/couple1.13 (0.74–1.71)1.24 (0.87-1.76)0.85 (0.63-1.15)1.00 (0.75-1.33)1.10 (0.84-1.45)
Race
 WhiteReferenceReferenceReferenceReferenceReference
 Non-White0.95 (0.59–1.52)1.45 (0.95-2.20)1.51 (1.05-2.17)1.17 (0.83-1.64)1.40 (1.03-1.90)
Education
 >HSReferenceReferenceReferenceReferenceReference
 High school0.88 (0.53–1.46)1.13 (0.77-1.68)1.10 (0.78-1.56)1.18 (0.86-1.62)1.32 (0.97-1.78)
 <HS0.42 (0.25–0.71)0.89 (0.57-1.40)0.76 (0.52-1.13)1.07 (0.73-1.60)1.00 (0.69-1.44)
Age0.98 (0.96–0.99)0.99 (0.97-1.00)0.98 (0.97-0.99)1.00 (0.99-1.01)0.99 (0.98-1.00)

aBrief advice based on receipt of 4As (arrange not included; see text for the rationale). Data for all cells reflect odds ratios (95% confidence intervals). Odds ratio for each 1 yr increase in age. Note: bold odds ratios (95% CIs) denote .

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