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Table 4 NRT: direct, indirect, and total effects on beliefs and intentions

From: General practitioners' beliefs about effectiveness and intentions to prescribe smoking cessation medications: qualitative and quantitative studies

Outcome variable Predictor variable Effects a
   Direct Indirect Total
Intention to prescribe NRT
SMC = 0.19, 95% CI: .12 to .27, p < .01.
f 2 = 0.23
Perceived effectiveness .36*** .12*** .48***
  Perceived cost-effectiveness .18 *** - .18***
Perceived cost-effectiveness
SMC = 0.33, 95% CI: .23 to .43, p < .01.
Perceived effectiveness .68*** - .68***
  1. Notes: aunstandardised coefficients, **p < 0.05, ***p < 0.01.