일개 지역금연지원센터에 등록된 중소규모 사업장 남성 근로자의 금연 성공 요인Successful Factors of Smoking Cessation for Male Workers from Small and Medium Enterprises Registered with Local Tobacco Control Center
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- Successful Factors of Smoking Cessation for Male Workers from Small and Medium Enterprises Registered with Local Tobacco Control Center
- 류일화; 박기수
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- Social support; Smoking cessation; Workplace; Male worker
- 농촌의학.지역보건, v.46, no.4, pp.253 - 265
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- Objectives: The aim of the study is to identify the success factors of 6 months of smoking cessation targeting male workers in small and medium-sized businesses.
Methods: The subjects of this study were smoking male workers who had got the visiting services at a tobacco control center to stop smoking from January 2018 to December 2020. Total number of the participants was 767.
Results: The male workers in small and medium enterprises had a success rate of 20.2% for smoking cessation for 6 months. With multiple logistic regression, the factors causing the differences in the success rate for 6 months of the workers were as follows. - The odds ratios (ORs)(95% confidence interval, CI) of the age group of under 29 and 40-49 years were 0.10 (0.03-0.29) and 0.43 (0.24-0.76), respectively, compared to the 50 years and older group. The ORs (95% CI) of the daily average of smoking group of 11-20 and more than 21 were 0.52(0.34-0.80) and 0.46(0.24-0.90), respectively, when compared to the group of 1-10. The ORs (95% CI) of the supporting persons for quitting smoking group of with spouse and other family were 1.99(1.18-3.34), compared to the group with no one.
Conclusions: This study showed that the chance of success for smoking cessation for 6 months is higher when the subjects have spouses and other family Supporting persons for quitting smoking. And it also shows that the less they smoke a day and the older they are, the more likely it is to succeed in quitting smoking.
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