Journal of Smoking Cessation / 2021 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

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

Table 2

Intention to quit and smoking cessation assistance delivery among dual user parents vs. cigarette-only smokers 2 years post-CEASE implementation in the intervention arm ().

Dual user ()
(%)
Cigarette only smoker ()
(%)
value

Parent age0.630
 18-2415 (18.3)129 (17.9)
 25-4462 (75.6)516 (71.5)
 ≥455 (6.1)77 (10.67)
Relationship to the child0.012
 Father26 (31.7)142 (19.7)
 Mother54 (65.9)520 (72.0)
 Other2 (2.4)60 (8.3)
Hispanic2 (2.4)26 (3.6)0.586
Race
 Non-Hispanic Black or African American2 (2.4)33 (4.6)0.370
 Other or>1 race4 (4.9)21 (2.9)0.330
 Non-Hispanic White77 (93.9)669 (92.7)0.680
Education0.538
<high school15 (18.3)91 (12.6)
 High school graduate33 (40.2)322 (44.6)
 Some college28 (34.2)257 (35.6)
 College graduate6 (7.3)52 (7.20)
# cigarettes/day0.139
 1-10 cigarettes/day31 (37.8)335 (46.4)
  ≥11 cigarettes/day51 (62.2)387 (53.6)
Plan to quit
 Next 6 months69 (88.5)504 (75.9)0.012
 Next 30 days47 (75.8)293 (65.7)0.113
Quit attempt in the last 3 months
 Yes57 (69.5)332 (46.2)0.000
48 (58.54)339 (46.95)0.047
Advice to quit43 (52.44)270 (37.40)0.008
Discuss medicine to quit41 (50.00)209 (29.03)0.000
Received prescription19 (23.75)83 (11.53)0.002
Prescription acceptance ratio when offered by the pediatric staff (received prescription/discuss medicine)19 (48.7)81 (38.9)0.254
Discuss quitline27 (33.33)134 (18.61)0.002
Referred to the quitline15 (18.52)51 (7.08)0.000
Quitline referral ratio when offered by the pediatric staff (referred to the quitline/discuss quitline)13 (50.0)50 (37.6)0.237

values < 0.05.

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