Table 1

Action plans and their enactment
Planned at baseline (T1) Executed after 1 month (T2) Executed after 6 months (T3)
Total PR Total PR Total PR
To remove all tobacco products from your house 72.5% (729) 74.6% (586) 39.1% (157) 46.3% (145) 42.7% (99) 43.9% (82)
To choose a specific quit date 82.2% (826) 87.2% (685) 50.7% (204) 56.5% (177) 58.6% (136) 59.4% (111)
To inform people in your environment that you are about to quit smoking 60.2% (605) 64.0% (503) 49.5% (199) 53.4% (167) 51.7% (120) 50.3% (94)
To do something different when you feel like smoking 76.4% (768) 76.3% (600) 44.8% (180) 48.6% (152) 53.4% (124) 54.5% (102)
To think about how you can prevent weight increase after you have quit smoking 73.8% (742) 73.9% (581) 41.8% (168) 45.4% (142) 46.6% (108) 49.7% (93)
To remove all ashtrays from the house 43.0% (432) 45.2% (355) 21.4% (86) 25.2% (79) 25.0% (58) 25.7% (48)
To search for certain aids to help you quit smoking 45.1% (454) 42.4% (333) 32.8% (132) 35.1% (110) 38.4% (89) 41.2% (77)
To break your habit of smoking at specific times and places 85.8% (863) 86.1% (677) 44.3% (178) 46.6% (146) 49.6% (115) 51.3% (96)
To read information about how to quit successfully 89.4% (898) 90.5% (711) 68.4% (275) 70.6% (221) 62.9% (146) 63.6% (119)
To think about how to cope with difficult situations before your quit attempt 74.6% (750) 75.7% (595) 33.6% (135) 34.5% (108) 39.2% (91) 38.5% (72)
To make non-smoking agreements with the individuals living with you 50.4% (50 7) 51.0% (401) 18.7% (75) 19.5% (61) 22.8% (53) 23.5% (44)
To find a buddy so you can quit together 30.3% (305) 31.4% (247) 20.9% (84) 21.7% (68) 19.4% (45) 20.9% (39)

de Vries et al.

de Vries et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:393   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-393

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