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Leitlein, L., Smit, E. S., de Vries, H. and Hoving, C. (2012), Factors influencing Dutch practice nurses’ intention to adopt a new smoking cessation intervention. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68: 21852194.

In the above article, incorrect data were published in Tables 2 and 3. The data are corrected in the Tables below.

The authors apologize for this error.

Table 2. Descriptives of practice nurses’ demographics, their attitude, social influence and self-efficacy beliefs and satisfaction with current smoking cessation activities
  AdoptersNon-Adopters   
 Total(54)(85)Tχ2p-value
  1. p-values < .05 are marked bold

Number (%) of practice nurses working in a … general practice
 Rural

55.00

(39.6%)

22.00

(40.7%)

33.00

(38.8%)

 0.900.64
 Semi-Urban

24.00

(17.3%)

11.00

(20.4%)

13.00

(15.3%)

   
 Urban

60.00

(43.2%)

21.00

(38.9%)

39.00

(45.9%)

   
Mean (SD) number of
 registered patients

5,320.22

(3,253.58)

5,648.75

(3,898.26)

5,106.68

(2,760.58)

−0.94 0.35
 GPs working in the practice

3.53

(2.30)

3.77

(2.71)

3.38

(2.01)

−0.99 0.33
 Practice Nurses working in the practice

0.96

(1.08)

1.13

(1.26)

0.85

(0.94)

−1.42 0.16
 Assistants working in the practice

4.83

(3.42)

5.44

(4.47)

4.44

(2.49)

−1.52 0.13
Number (%) of
 Practice Nurses

85.00

(61.2%)

40.00

(74.1%)

45.00

(52.9%)

 6.21 0.01
 Nurse Practitioners

54.00

(38.8%)

14.00

(25.9%)

40.00

(47.1%)

   
Number (%) of
 Males

4.00

(2.9%)

0.00

(0.0%)

4.00

(4.7%)

 2.620.11
 Females

135.00

(97.1%)

54.00

(100.0%)

81.00

(95.3%)

   
Number (%) of
 Non-smokers

69.00

(49.6%)

23.00

(42.6%)

46.00

(54.1%)

 3.890.27
 Ex-smokers

68.00

(48.9%)

30.00

(55.6%)

38.00

(44.7%)

   
 Social smokers

1.00

(0.7%)

1.00

(1.9%)

0.00

(0.0%)

   
 Smokers

1.00

(0.7%)

0.00

(0.0%)

1.00

(1.2%)

   
Mean (SD) workload in hours/week

20.90

(7.34)

21.00

(7.77)

20.83

(7.09)

−0.13 0.90
Mean (SD) years working
 as practice nurse/nurse practitioner

4.07

(2.89)

3.94

(2.69)

4.15

(3.02)

0.42 0.67
 in current general practice

5.76

(5.92)

5.55

(5.60)

5.90

(6.14)

0.34 0.74
Mean (SD) years of experience in smoking cessation advice

3.05

(2.61)

2.81

(2.35)

3.20

(2.76)

0.84 0.40
Mean (SD) age

43.57

(8.18)

42.81

(8.75)

44.05

(7.80)

0.86 0.39
Mean (SD) attitude score (range 1-5)
 towards smoking cessation interventions in general

4.78

(0.69)

4.69

(0.91)

4.84

(0.51)

1.12 0.27
 towards PAS

3.47

(0.51)

3.81

(0.40)

3.26

(0.45)

−7.36  <0.01
Mean (SD) social influence score (range 1-5)
 towards smoking cessation interventions in general

4.47

(0.84)

4.46

(0.98)

4.48

(0.74)

0.15 0.88
 Norms towards PAS

3.97

(0.73)

4.31

(0.64)

3.76

(0.70)

−4.71  <0.01
 Support towards PAS

2.98

(0.49)

3.11

(0.60)

2.90

(0.38)

−2.32  0.02
Mean (SD) self-efficacy score (range 1-5)

3.88

(0.64)

3.99

(0.53)

3.80

(0.69)

−1.76 0.08
Mean (SD) satisfaction score (range 1-5)

3.46

(0.89)

3.24

(0.85)

3.60

(0.89)

2.36  0.02
Table 3. Logistic regression of determinants of intention to adopt PAS
  95% Confidence Interval
Odds Ratiop-valueLower Upper
  1. p-values < .05 are marked bold

Block 1
 Profession2.54 0.01 1.215.34
Block 2
 Profession2.67 0.01 1.255.71
 Satisfaction0.61 0.02 0.410.92
Block 3
 Profession2.330.100.866.35
 Satisfaction 0.660.180.361.21
 Attitude
  general0.500.320.131.96
  PAS38.91 0.00 7.40204.78
 Social influence
  general0.950.900.402.23
  PAS norms3.27 0.00 1.517.07
  PAS support.560.340.171.82
 Self-efficacy
  PAS1.040.940.402.68