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Table 3 Characteristics of participants lost to follow-up and those not lost to follow-up

From: Smoking cessation using preference-based tools: a mixed method pilot study of a novel intervention among smokers with low socioeconomic position

  Patients not lost to follow up
n = 24
Patient with 2 follow-up
n = 13
Patient with 1 follow-up
n = 12
Sexe
 Female 7 (29.2%) 3 (23.1%) 9 (75.0%)
 Male 17 (70.8%) 10 (76.9%) 3 (25.0%)
Education level
 Inferior baccalaureate 16 (69.6%) 7 (53.9%) 6 (60.0%)
 Superior baccalaureate 7 (30.4%) 6 (46.2%) 4 (40.0%)
 Missing 1   2
Professionals difficulties
 Yes 1 (4.4%) 2 (16.7%) 5 (45.5%)
 No 7 (30.4%) 1 (8.3%) 1 (9.1%)
 Doesn’t work 15 (65.2%) 9 (75.0%) 5 (45.5%)
 Missing 1 1 1
Consumption of manufactured cigarettes 17.4 (sd = 9) 14.7 (sd = 8.7) 26.5 (sd = 12.3)
Consumption of roll your own tabacco 15 (sd = 13) 17 (sd = 8.5) 17
Consumption of cannabis
 Yes 6 (25.0%) 7 (53.9%) 1 (11.1%)
 No 18 (75.0%) 6 (46.1%) 8 (88.9%)
 Missing    3
Current use of another drug
 Yes 6 (27.3%) 2 (16.7%) 0
 No 16 (72.7%) 10 (83.3%) 9 (100.0%)
 Missing 2 1 3