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Table 2 Smoking behaviour and motivation to quit of clients and staff

From: Smoking and its treatment in addiction services: Clients’ and staff behaviour and attitudes

  (A) Clients % (n) (B) Staff % (n)
Smoking status (Whole sample) Total n = 163 Total n = 144
Never 6 (9) 30 (43)
Ex-smoker 6 (10) 25 (36)
Occasional smoker 1 (2) 19 (27)
Daily smoker 87 (142) 26 (38)
CPD (Daily smokers) Total n = 140 Total n = 38
1-10 cigarettes 32 (45) 55 (21)
11-20 cigarettes 53 (74) 37 (14)
21-30 cigarettes 10 (14) 5 (2)
31+ cigarettes 5 (7) 3 (1)
TTF (Daily smokers) Total n = 130 Total n =32
≤5 minutes 52 (68) 19 (6)
6-30 minutes 34 (44) 22 (7)
31-60 minutes 9 (12) 19 (6)
61+ minutes 5 (6) 41(13)
HSI (Daily smokers) Total n =130 Total n = 32
0-2 (low addiction) 25 (33) 66 (21)
3-4 (moderate addiction) 64 (83) 31 (10)
5-6 (high addiction) 11 (14) 3 (1)
Motivation to quit (All smokers) Total n = 140 Total n = 57
Want to quit imminently (in the next month, three months or soon) 40 (56) 49 (28)
Want to quit but don’t know when 39 (55) 21 (12)
Do not want to quit 19 (27) 26 (15)
Do not know 1 (2) 4 (2)
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