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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of active and non-active recruiters

From: Which factors play a role in Dutch health promotion professionals’ decision to recruit actively primary schools to use a web-based smoking prevention programme?

  Total sample (n = 45) Active (n = 12) Non-active (n = 33) t-test X 2 df p-value
Gender [% female (n)] 80.00 (36) 75.00 (9) 81.80 (27)   0.26 1 0.61
Age [M (n)] 41.60 (43) 43.50 (11) 40.90 (32) 0.85   23.6 0.41
Smoking [% smokers (n)] 4.70 (2) 0.00 (0) 6.30 (2)   1.44 3 0.70
Amount of hours every week [M (n)] 29.86 (44) 28.50 (12) 30.40 (32) −0.95   42 0.35
Experience as HPP in years [M (n)] 3.42 (43) 3.64 (11) 3.34 (32)   1.05 3 0.79
Experience with smoke prevention in years [M (n)] 2.93 (43) 3.45 (11) 2.75 (32)   3.52 3 0.32
Experience within current MHPO in years [M (n)] 3.37 (43) 3.64 (11) 3.28 (32)   1.79 2 0.41
Total work experience in years [M (n)] 3.81 (43) 3.81 (11) 3.81 (32)   2.04 2 0.36
Familiar with Fun without Smokes [% yes (n)] 81.40 (35) 81.80 (9) 81.30 (26)   <0.01 1 0.97
Number of primary schools in region [M (n)] 269.95 (41) 260.28 (11) 273.53 (30) −0.29   39 0.77
  1. n = number of people.
  2. M = mean.
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