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They had to imagine themselves in the situation described and then answer a series of questions based on this. These participants were not told about the genetic risk. The scenarios contained letters and leaflets based on those used in clinical practice to make them as realistic as possible. All participants were given a quitters leaflet about stopping smoking. The primary outcome was assessed with three questions: has it made the participant rethink their plan to quit smoking; how likely is the person to quit smoking in the following month; and how likely they are to attend a quit smoking session.
Answers to the latter two questions were not going to; unlikely to; likely to; very likely to; and definitely will. Further questions established perception of stopping smoking and risk of sight loss to look for evidence of genetic fatalism belief that change in lifestyle would not influence risk of acquiring a disease once there already exists an increased genetic risk and information derogation. Following completion of the study all patients were asked whether they would consider genetic testing, if they would act on the results, and whether blindness is more of an incentive to quitting than other smoking-related disease.
The three groups were compared for demographics, and smoking behaviour including current plans to quit smoking pre-manipulation. Post-manipulation, understanding of the scenario was verified and groups compared for rethink in plan to quit, likelihood of quitting in the next month and of attending a quit smoking session. The primary outcomes were analysed according to variables of age, length of smoking, current state of change, previous quit attempts, nicotine-dependent score, and barriers to quitting. Forty-nine participants entered and completed the study.
There was no significant difference in demographic and background variables between the three scenario groups apart from the age at first cigarette Table 1. Significantly fewer Newspapers, magazines, and warnings on cigarette packets were the commonest sources of information about the effect of smoking on health Table 2.
Thirty-seven respondents Table 1 gives baseline smoking history. There was no significant difference in age at starting smoking between males and females Few participants 8. The average barrier to quitting score was 4. Significantly, more males than females felt the need to smoke to give them a lift when tiredness was a barrier to quitting Figure 1a. In all, 21, 15, and 13 of the respondents were randomized to the positive test group, no test group, and negative test group, respectively.
All participants understood the information given in the scenarios. Tables 3 and 4 show the effects of these variables on whether participants will rethink their quit plans and likelihood of quitting in the following month.
Due to the small numbers in this pilot study there are no sufficient data to assess these variable within or between study groups. While nicotine dependence had a significant influence on rethinking quit plans with The current state of change significantly correlated with the likelihood of rethinking the quit plan and intention to quit in the next month.