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Table 5 Facilities, policies and activities, and implementation capacity by schools in favour and less in favour of SFSHa

From: Smoke-free-school-hours at vocational education and training schools in Denmark: attitudes among managers and teaching staff – a national cross-sectional study

  Schools in favour of SFSH Schools less in favour of SFSH  
  n % mean (SD) n % mean (SD) p
Total 29 40.8%   42 59.2%   
Facilities        
 Vending machines, sale of soda or other sugary drinks 24 39.0% 26 59.0% 0.030
 Vending machines, sale of sugary or fatty foods 24 24.0% 26 41.0% 0.037
 Changing room facilities 24 71.0% 26 44.0% 0.004
 Shower facilities 24 66.0% 26 43.0% 0.016
 Student canteen 20 92.5% 22 100% 0.083
Policy and practice        
 Offering free breakfast at least once a week 29 29.0% 42 10% 0.025
 Offering individual smoking cessation counselling for students 20 17.0% 22 4.0% 0.047
 Physical activity is integrated in the practical part (basic programme) 29 64.0% 42 41% 0.029
 Physical activity is integrated in the practical part (main programme) 29 58.0% 42 33.0% 0.015
Implementation capacity        
 Health promotion work is based on systematic use of knowledge 27 3.4a (0.9) 39 2.9a (0.9) 0.018
 Management has created shared goals and direction for the school’s work with health promotion 28 3.1a (0.9) 41 2.7a (0.9) 0.085
 Time is a barrier do to health promotion 28 2.6a (0.7) 41 2.9a (0.8) 0.053
  1. Notes: a Only significant and trends are presented. a Items were measured on a Likert scale, ranged from 1 to 5
  2. SFSH Smoke-free-school-hours, SD Standard deviation