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Assertive Behavior in Asking Smokers Not to Smoke among Patients with Vascular Diseases
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Assertive Behavior in Asking Smokers Not to Smoke among Patients with Vascular Diseases
Kim, Eun Kyung; Chae, Young Ran; Jung, Yun Hee; Park, Eun Ha;
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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the assertive behavior of asking smokers not to smoke and investigate the factors related to assertive behavior in patients with vascular diseases. Methods: Participants were 203 adult Korean patients with vascular diseases such as cerebral infarction and myocardial infarction. Data were collected using questionnaires that included the characteristics of secondhand smoke (SHS), secondhand smoke-related variables (Health belief model factors, health promotion model factors) and level of assertive behavior. Descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA and multiple regression using SPSS/WIN 18.0 were performed. Results: Participants who never ask smokers not to smoke was 39.9%, whereas participants who always ask was 7.4%. There was a weak positive relationship between assertive behavior and susceptibility to disease (r
Secondhand smoking;Vascular diseases;Assertiveness;
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Journal of the Korean Data Analysis Society, 2016. vol.18. 5B, pp.2773-2785
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