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Table 2 Distribution of Indonesian dentistry students’ perspective regarding TCC

From: Intention to provide tobacco cessation counseling among Indonesian dental students and association with the theory of planned behavior

  Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree
Dont consider TCC part of the dentist’s role 23 (1.8%) 83 (6.4%) 276 (21.4%) 669 (51.9%) 237 (18.4%)
Many patients are not motivation to quit 290 (22.5%) 608 (47.2%) 230 (17.9%) 123 (9.5%) 37 (2.9%)
TCC ineffective with no health problems 203 (15.8%) 495 (38.4%) 317 (24.6%) 217 (16.8%) 56 (4.3%)
Clinical time is limited for TCC 94 (7.3%) 307 (23.8%) 469 (36.4%) 355 (27.6%) 63 (4.9%)
No referral pathway for smoking patients 72 (5.6%) 312 (24.2%) 527 (40.9%) 298 (23.1%) 79 (6.1%)
Patients dont listen to dental students’ TCC 43 (3.3%) 260 (20.2%) 566 (43.9%) 349 (27.1%) 70 (5.4%)
Patients dont expect TCC from students 40 (3.1%) 256 (19.9%) 546 (42.4%) 374 (29.0%) 72 (5.6%)
Assesing smoking history is intrusive 25 (1.9%) 233 (18.1%) 580 (45.0%) 386 (30.0%) 64 (5.0%)
TCC upsets dentist-patient relationship 35 (2.7%) 243 (18.9%) 384 (29.8%) 499 (38.7%) 127 (9.9%)
TCC alienates patients 29 (2.3%) 184 (14.3%) 416 (32.3%) 514 (39.9%) 145 (11.3%)