보건소 금연클리닉 방문자의 금연성공 예측요인
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- Predictors of Smoking Cessation among Enrolled Smokers in Smoking-Cessation Clinic of Health Centers
Mi Suk Kim
Advisor : Prof. Jong Park M.D., Ph.D.
Department of Health Science
Graduate School of Chosun University
This study has been done to find out the factors influencing the 6 months success of non-smoking targeting the subjects who utilize Public Health Care non-smoking center since August 2006, during a month. The 373 subjects who visit 3 Public Health Care non-smoking center were posed a question and the records of them. General character, health behavior, disease related history, social recognition level and smoking & non-smoking related character were used for analysis.
6 month non-smoking success rate was 137 person among 373 person(36.7%). Success related factors were consultation frequency, smoking prohibition supporting agent using frequency, decision making frequency, smoking amount, gender and etc. Standardizing 1~5 times consultation frequency, success rate of 6~10 times was 2.71 times higher(95% confidence interval 1.48~4.96) and over 11 times showed 6.54 times significantly higher success level(95% confidence interval 2.84~15.05). In the using of supporting agent, over 5 times using showed 2.19 times higher success rate than non-using of supporting agent(95% confidence interval 1.03~4.64). In the decision making frequency, second trial showed 0.31 times lessen success rate than first trial(95% confidence interval 0.12-0.76) and third trial showed 0.17 times significantly lower success rate than first trial(95% confidence interval 0.04-0.75). In the smoking amount, non-smoking success rate of lessen 10 cigarette/day smoker was 5.93 times significantly higher than over 40 cigarette/day smoker(95% confidence interval 1.08-32.42). Considering gender, man showed 0.39 times lower success rate than woman(95% confidence interval 1.16-0.98). Although self effectiveness, coincidence regulation, family support, social recognition of non-smoking benefit were significantly related according to a univariate statistical analysis, these were not related in this study.
Consequently to raise success rate of non-smoking in Public Health Care non-smoking Center, smoking amount, consultation frequency, supporting agent using frequency, decision making frequency should be properly considered for the suitable access.
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