Table 3

Multiple logistic regression models for female smokers' ever and previous 12 month quit smoking attempts

Interaction between occupation category and time to first cigarette within 30 min of waking up

Adjusted OR

95% CI

p-value


Model I: Ever made a quit attempta


• Female nurses v. other women who smoke WITHIN 30 mins of waking up

3.1

(1.9, 5.1)

< 0.0001

• Female nurses v. other women who smoke AFTER 30 mins of waking up

1.1

(0.7, 1.6)

0.66


Model II: Made a quit attempt in the previous 12 monthsb


• Female nurses v. other women who smoke WITHIN 30 mins of waking up

1.3

(0.9, 1.9)

0.11

• Female nurses v. other women who smoke AFTER 30 mins of waking up

0.69

(0.49, 0.98)

0.04


a Controlling for demographics (age, race, marital status) and smoking characteristics (age of smoking initiation, smoking 12 or more days a month)

b Controlling for demographics (region) and smoking characteristics (years of smoking, cigarettes per day, age of smoking initiation, smoking 12 or more days a month)

Sarna et al. BMC Women's Health 2012 12:4   doi:10.1186/1472-6874-12-4

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