Journal of Smoking Cessation / 2021 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Smoking Cessation Treatment for Parents Who Dual Use E-Cigarettes and Traditional Cigarettes

Table 1

Characteristics of currently smoking parents who received treatment to help them quit vs. who did not receive treatment, 2 years post-CEASE implementation in the intervention arm ().

CharacteristicReceived treatment

(%)
Did not receive treatment

(%)
value

Parent age0.544
 18-2415 (13.27)129 (18.72)
 25-4486 (76.11)490 (71.12)
 ≥4512 (10.62)70 (10.16)
Relationship to the child0.197
 Father25 (22.12)142 (20.61)
 Mother84 (74.34)489 (70.97)
 Other4 (3.54)58 (8.42)
Hispanic3 (2.65)25 (3.63)0.601
Race0.057
 Non-Hispanic Black or African American8 (7.08)27 (3.92)
 Other or >1 race3 (2.65)65 (9.43)
 Non-Hispanic White103 (91.15)641 (93.03)
Education0.030
 <High school13 (11.50)93 (13.50)
 High school graduate57 (50.44)297 (43.11)
 Some college42 (37.17)242 (35.12)
 College graduate1 (0.88)57 (8.27)
# cigarettes/day0.257
 1-10 cigarettes/day46 (40.71)320 (46.44)
 ≥11 cigarettes/day67 (59.29)369 (53.56)
Plan to quit
 Next 6 months93 (87.74)478 (75.39)0.005
 Next 30 days67 (79.76)271 (64.22)0.006
Quit attempt in the last 3 months
 Yes57 (50.89)332 (48.40)0.624
Daily smoker97 (85.84)565 (82.36)0.363
Youngest child seen age0.398
 <1 year30 (26.79)240 (34.83)
 1-4 years24 (21.43)141 (20.46)
 5-9 years28 (25.00)150 (21.77)
 ≥10 years30 (26.79)158 (22.93)
Child’s insurance coverage0.377
 Medicaid90 (80.36)527 (76.71)
 Self-pay4 (3.57)14 (2.04)
 Private insurance/HMO17 (15.18)143 (20.82)
Dual user22 (19.47)59 (8.56)0.000
Asked about smoking status104 (92.04)281 (40.78)0.000

Parents were considered to have received tobacco cessation treatment if they answered “yes” to receiving a prescription for medicine to help them quit and/or being enrolled in the telephone quitline. value < 0.05.

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