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Table 1 Percentage of GPs responding to questions relating to the reimbursement of bupropion on NHS prescription

From: General Practitioners' views on the provision of nicotine replacement therapy and bupropion

  No Don't know Yes
1. Do you think that bupropion should be put 42% (n = 154) 15% (n = 56) 43% (n = 155)
on the prescription blacklist once it has been    
approved by the MCA?    
2. Do you think that bupropion should be 48% (n = 177) 11% (n = 41) 41% (n = 149)
available on NHS prescription to smokers, but    
only if they are also willing to receivebehavioural support or counselling?    
behavioural support or counselling?    
3. Do you think that having bupropion 45% (n = 163) 8% (n = 30) 47% (n = 173)
available on NHS prescription would be useful    
in helping you to raise the topic of smoking    
with patients?    
4. Do you think that having bupropion 50% (n = 184) 13% (n = 49) 36% (n = 133)
available on NHS prescription would add    
unacceptably to your workload?    
5. Do you think that having bupropion 42% (n = 154) 13% (n = 47) 46% (n = 168)
available on NHS prescription would be an    
appropriate use of NHS resources?