Tobacco Use Cessation Among Quitline Callers Who Implemented Complete Home Smoking Bans During the Quitting Process
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 14 — October 26, 2017
The number of Arizona Smokers’ Helpline callers enrolled from January 1, 2011, through July 26, 2015, in data set was 49,284. Callers at enrollment who reported complete or partial home smoking ban or were missing data on home smoking ban were excluded (n = 38,948). The number of callers without home smoking ban at enrollment was 10,336. Callers at 7-month follow-up who were missing data for 30-day quit status were excluded (n = 5,865). The number of callers at 7-month follow-up who reported status (yes or no) on 30-day quit was 4,471. Callers at 7-month follow-up who reported no home smoking ban or partial home smoking ban or were missing data on home smoking ban were excluded (n = 3,722). The number of callers who implemented a complete home smoking ban at 7-month follow-up was 749. The number of callers missing data for predictors of interest was 350. The number of callers with complete covariate information was 399.
Selection of callers who enrolled in the Arizona Smokers’ Helpline (ASHLine) and were included in analysis of home smoking bans, Arizona, January 1, 2011, through July 26, 2015. Thirty-day quit was defined as callers who said they had not used tobacco products in the last 30 days at 7-month follow-up.
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