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Table 4 Associations between mental health and triggers for quit attempts continued

From: Mental health and smoking cessation—a population survey in England

  GP/health professional advice Others Knew someone else who was stopping
%1 adjOR, 95% CI2 p %1 adjOR, 95% CI2 p %1 adjOR, 95% CI2 p
Ever diagnosis
 No 14.2 Ref   5.4 Ref   5.4 Ref  
 Yes 12.4 0.86, 0.65–1.14 0.30 6.2 1.33, 0.89–2.00 0.16 5.7 1.07, 0.70–1.62 0.76
Past-year treatment
 No 13.5 Ref   5.7 Ref   5.4 Ref  
 Yes 13.5 0.99, 0.73–1.36 0.96 5.7 1.21, 0.78–1.89 0.40 5.9 1.19, 0.75–1.89 0.46
Past-month distress
 None 14.8 Ref   5.5 Ref   5.7 Ref  
 Moderate 10.8 0.83, 0.61–1.14 0.26 6.4 1.38, 0.89–2.13 0.155 5.4 0.86, 0.54–1.37 0.54
 Serious 13.5 1.02, 0.66–1.56 0.94 5.3 1.18, 0.62–2.25 0.61 4.5 0.87, 0.44–1.73 0.70
  1. Unweighted n = 1956
  2. Bold figures indicate that the confidence interval does not include 1
  3. 1Weighted % who reported each trigger, those with > 5% overall only
  4. 2Logistic regressions unweighted, adjusted for age, gender, occupational grade, urges to smoke, time since most recent quit attempt