Table 4

Odds ratios predicting quit attempts during the past 12 months (n = 339)1

Quit Attempts During the Past 12 Months

>4 vs 0

> 4 vs 1-3

1-3 vs 0

OR (95% CI)

OR (95% CI)

OR (95% CI)


Perceived vulnerability (≤ unlikely = ref)

Moderate chance

0.98 (0.34, 2.77)

0.95 (0.36, 2.49)

1.03 (0.46, 2.30)

Likely

0.47 (0.15, 1.46)

0.49 (0.16, 1.48)

0.96 (0.42, 2.19)

Very likely/certain to happen

0.73 (0.26, 2.02)

2.05 (0.71, 5.95)

0.35 (0.15, 0.85)

BMI

1.09 (1.02, 1.16)

1.05 (0.98, 1.12)

1.04 (0.99, 1.09)

Social support from regular doctor (no = ref)

1.28 (0.59, 2.79)

0.57 (0.27,1.21)

2.23 (1.22, 4.10)

Social support from oncologist (no = ref)

3.08 (1.30, 7.27)

2.71 (1.12, 6.57)

1.14 (0.56, 2.29)

Stages of change (precontemplation = ref)

contemplation

1.47 (0.29, 7.47)

0.41 (0.07, 2.47)

3.57 (1.26, 10.06)

preparation

11.34 (2.88, 44.67)

1.69 (0.38, 7.46)

6.70 (2.56, 17.54)


1Adjusted for recruitment site, age, gender, race, education, treatment, diagnosis, number of cigarettes smoked per day and nicotine dependence.

de Moor et al. BMC Cancer 2011 11:165   doi:10.1186/1471-2407-11-165

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