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Table 5 Factors associated with strong support for comprehensive smoke-free policy in public settings

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

Settings Workplaces Public adm Healthcare I Healthcare O Schools I Schools O Restaurants Bars/discos Malls
Ass factors OR; 95% CI p-value OR; 95% CI p-value OR; 95% CI p-value OR; 95% CI p-value OR; 95% CI p-value OR; 95% CI p-value OR; 95% CI p-value OR; 95% CI p-value OR; 95% CI p-value
Non-smoker 2.1; 1.1-4.1 p = 0.032 - - 2.2; 1.4-3.5 p = 0.001 - 1.7; 1.1-2.8 p = 0.031 2.6; 1.6-4.2 p < 0.001 2.6; 1.6-4.1 p < 0.001 -
SF Home 3.6; 1.8-6.9 p < 0.001 2.8; 1.4-5.5
p = 0.003
3.3; 1.5-7.2 p = 0.003 2.9; 1.9-4.6 p < 0.001 2.7; 1.2-6.2 p = 0.021 2.1; 1.3-3.4 p = 0.002 3.1; 1.9-4.9 p < 0.001 2.5; 1.6-3.9 p < 0.001 2.4; 1.5-3.7 p < 0.001
RM attitudes 6.0; 2.3-15.9 p < 0.001 2.2; 1.0-4.7
p = 0.045
- 2.3; 1.6-3.3 p < 0.001 7.3; 1.7-32.1
p = 0.008
2.0; 1.3-2.9 p = 0.001 1.8; 1.2-2.8 p = 0.006 1.7; 1.2-2.5 p = 0.005 1.9; 1.3-2.8 p = 0.001
SHS-Pollutant 2.4; 1.2-4.9 p = 0.015 3.8; 1.7-8.2
p = 0.001
2.5; 1.1-5.9 p = 0.035 - 5.0; 1.6-15.1
p = 0.005
1.9; 1.3-2.8 p < 0.001 1.7; 1.1-2.6 p = 0.012 1.5; 1.0-2.1 p = 0.030 1.7; 1.2-2.4 p = 0.007
SHS Ventilation - 2.1; 1.1-4.1
p = 0.026
- 1.6; 1.1-2.3 p = 0.016 - - 1.8; 1.2-2.7 p = 0.007 1.6; 1.1-2.4 p = 0.011 1.9; 1.3-2.7 p = 0.001
G Training 2.7; 1.3-5.7 p = 0.010 2.1; 1.0-4.5
p = 0.051
- - 3.3; 1.2-9.3 p = 0.026 - - - -
UG Training - - 5.1; 1.2;22.1
p = 0.028
- 5.0; 1.1;22.1
p = 0.034
- - - -
Female 2.4; 1.2-4.6 p = 0.010 - - - 2.9; 1.2-6.7 p = 0.015 - - - -
Being a GP       1.7;1.1-2.4 p = 0.011    
  1. Adm: administration; ass: associated; CI: confidence interval; G:graduate; I: indoors; O: outdoors; RM: role model; SHS- second-hand smoke; SF-smoke-free; UG: undergraduate; aOR: adjusted OR for age, gender, specialty, smoking behavior, SF car, SF home, SHS believes, RM attitudes to being non-smokers, undergraduate/graduate training.