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Table 1 The bars, bar workers and their work experience

From: Observations from behind the bar: changing patrons' behaviours in response to smoke-free legislation in Scotland

Bar worker Sex Age Smoking status Highest education level Length service in hospitality sector (yrs) Number of hrs ETS exposure per week at work Bar location Clientele
GLA1 Male 33 Ex-smoker Further Education 14 40 City Centre Mixed clientele and clubbers
GLA2 Female 36 Regular smoker 20 cigarettes per day School 3 18 City Centre Mixed clientele, clubbers and passing trade
GLA3 Female 27 Regular smoker 15 cigarettes per day Further Education 12 45 City Centre Students, regular clientele after work and passing trade
GLA4 Male 34 Never smoked University 13 35 Deprived residential area Regulars and locals
ED1 Female 36 Never smoked Further Education 4 50 City Centre Mixed clientele and clubbers
ED2 Male 39 Regular smoker 15 cigars per day School 19 105 Mixed residential area Regulars and locals
ED3 Male 36 Never smoked University 20 50 City Centre Mixed clientele, clubbers and passing trade
ED4 Male 54 Regular smoker 10 cigars per day University 26 42 Deprived central area Regulars
ABN1 Male 51 Regular smoker 10 cigarettes per day Further Education 6 56 Deprived central area Regulars
ABN2 Male 24 Regular smoker 20 cigarettes per day University 5 45 City centre Students
ABN3 Female 67 Never smoked School 20 70 Rural deprived area Regulars and locals
ABN4 Female 43 Regular smoker 20 cigarettes per day Further Education 10 7 Deprived central area Regulars