Variable Details:

Source:

Segaar, Dewi, C. Bolman, and M.C. Willemsen (2007), "Identifying determinants of protocol adoption by midwives: a comprehensive approach", Health Education Research, 22, 14-26.
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Variable



Definition:

  • Whether midwives felt they would succeed in providing smoking cessation assistance with the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation in 15 situations occurring in daily practice.


Item(s):

  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when your consulting hours run overtime?
  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when you do not have enough time per client?
  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when your client is not interested?
  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when your client resists talking about smoking?
  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when your client has a low level of education?
  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when your client has a high level of education?
  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when your colleagues don’t use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol?
  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when you experience discouragement from your colleagues to work with the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation?
  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when your client has problems communicating in Dutch?
  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when your client already has one or more children?
  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when you take over a client from one of your colleagues?
  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when your client experiences a lot of difficulties in her private life?
  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when your client indicates not to have much time?
  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when you are not specially trained to do so?
  • Could/do you manage to use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation protocol to help pregnant women quit smoking, when you didn’t use the Minimal Intervention Strategy for Smoking Cessation for your previous smoking clients?


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