Table 2

Patient-level OMSC implementation indicators and self-reported use of medications, electronic cigarettes, and extrastudy smoking cessation resources among participants at follow-up

VariableOMSC group (n = 199)WLC group (n = 114)
Patient-level implementation indicators (OMSC group)
 Quit cards redeemed75 (37.7)
 Enrolled in follow-up (willing to quit)73 (36.7)
 Enrolled in follow-up (not willing to quit)23 (11.6)
 Number of nurse-counselor calls completed (willing to quit)237
 Number of nurse-counselor calls completed (not willing to quit)33
Smoking cessation medications
 NRT any form46 (23.1)20 (17.5)
 NRT patch42 (21.1)17 (14.9)
 NRT gum19 (9.5)9 (7.9)
 NRT inhaler8 (4.0)4 (3.5)
 NRT lozenge8 (4.0)3 (2.6)
 NRT oral spray2 (1.0)1 (0.9)
 Bupropion6 (3.0)0 (0.0)
 Varenicline13 (6.5)5 (4.4)
Smoking cessation resource use outside study
 Electronic cigarettes25 (12.6)18 (15.9)
 Contacted external telephone quitline8 (4.0)1 (0.9)
 Received counseling from primary care provider48 (24.1)29 (25.4)
 Received counseling from pharmacist3 (1.5)0 (0.0)
  • Data are n (%), unless otherwise indicated. NRT, nicotine replacement therapy.