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Table 1 Tobacco control training attendance; awareness of training needs and associated factors

From: Are physicians aware of their role in tobacco control? A conference-based survey in Portugal

Training Yes n(%) 95% CI No n(%) 95% CI Miss n(%) Total(n) p value Crude OR 95% CI p value
UGT <45 ys 155(42.0) 37.0-47.0 212(57.5) 54.5-64.5 2(0.5) 369   UGT   
UGT ≥45 ys 18(7.6) 4.2-11.0 217(91.9) 88.4-95.4 1(0.4) 236   8.8 5.2-14.8 <0.001
UGT Overall 173(28.6) 25.0-32.0 429(70.9) 67.3-74.5 3(0.5) 605 <0.001 Refer: ≥45 ys   
GT-GPs 188(53.3) 48.1-58.5 164(46.5) 41.3-51.7 1(0.3) 353   GT   
GT-Hs 42(21.4) 15.7-27.1 152(77.6) 71.8-83.4 2(1.0) 196   4.2 2.8-6.2 <0.001
GT-overall 230(41.9) 37.8-46.0 316(57.6) 53.5-61.7 3(0.5) 549 <0.001 Refer: Hs   
Training Awareness Yes n(%) 95% CI No n(%) 95% CI Miss n(%) Total(n) Ass factors aOR 95% CI P value
GPs 239(67.7) 62.8-72.6 112(31.7) 26.9-36.6 2(0.6) 353 GP 4.2 2.7-6.6 <0.001
Hs 87(44.4) 37.4-51.4 101(51.5) 44.5-58.5 8(4.1) 196 Non-smoker 2.7 1.7-4.3 <0.001
SRGs 39(69.6) 57.6-81.7 17(30.4) 18.4-42.5 0(0) 56 <45 ys 2.3 1.5-3.4 <0.001
Overall 365(60.3) 56.4-64.2 230(38.0) 34.1-41.9 10(1.7) 605 GT 2.0 1.3-3.0 0.001
        Female 1.5 1.0-2.2 0.035
  1. Ass: associate; CI: confidence interval; GPs: General practitioners; GT/UGT: graduate/undergraduate training; Hs: Hospitalists; miss: missing values; OR: odds ratio; SRG: medical students/recent graduates; ys: years; aOR: OR adjusted for gender, age (<45/≥45 years), specialty (GP/Hs), smoking behaviour (smoker/non-smoker), GT/UGT (yes/no) and RM attitudes (most positive/others).