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Table 4 Pre-Post Numbers Enrolled, Evidence-Based Treatment Received, Treatment Reach, Quit Attempts, Abstinence Rates, and Estimated Quitters

From: Replicating state Quitline innovations to increase reach: findings from three states

 PrePost 
Number enrolledNN 
Minnesota559916,319 
Oklahoma28,95035,634 
Florida55,24285,967 
Number of unique tobacco users receiving evidence-based treatmentaNN 
Minnesota278414,880 
Oklahoma22,24129,763 
Florida41,98274,039 
Treatment reach% (95% CI)% (95% CI)% change
Minnesota0.36 (0.34–0.38)2.09 (2.00–2.18)480.56
Oklahoma3.22 (3.00–3.47)4.85 (4.52–5.23)50.62
Florida1.57 (1.47–1.69)2.62 (2.45–2.83)66.88
   Significance Test
24-h quit attempt rate% (95% CI)% (95% CI)Χ2 (p-value)
Minnesota89.94 (85.92–92.95)84.13 (81.83–86.19)6.26 (0.01*)
Oklahoma87.04 (85.26–88.64)86.98 (85.28–88.50)2.37 (0.12)
Florida84.96 (82.89–86.90)85.08 (83.18–86.80)0.00 (1.00)
30-day point prevalence abstinence rate% (95% CI)% (95% CI)Χ2 (p-value)
Minnesota26.10 (21.43–31.37)26.18 (23.65–28.87)0.00 (1.00)
Oklahoma29.69 (27.46–32.02)31.67 (29.50–33.92)1.44 (0.23)
Florida35.50 (32.86–38.23)30.28 (28.02–32.65)8.21 (0.004**)
Estimated number quitb  % change
Minnesota7273896435.90%
Oklahoma6603942642.75%
Florida14,90422,41950.42%
  1. Boldface indicates statistical significance (*p < 0.05, **p < .01)
  2. aEvidence-based treatment is defined as receiving telephone counseling calls and/or nicotine replacement therapy
  3. bEstimated number quit is calculated by multiplying the number of unique tobacco users receiving evidence-based treatment by the 30-day point prevalence abstinence rate