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E-Visit for COPD and Smoking Cessation

The goal of this work is to develop, refine, and pilot test an electronic visit (e-visit) to: 1) deliver smoking cessation treatment to adults at risk for COPD and 2) to improve rates of COPD early detection and accurate diagnosis. The investigators will conduct a pilot RCT of the COPD/smoking cessation e-visit as compared to treatment as usual (TAU), with primary objective to provide effect size estimates for a larger RCT.


Addressing Psychological Risk Factors Underlying Smoking Persistence in COPD Patients: The Fresh Start Study

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is caused primarily by smoking and smoking cessation is the first-line treatment for slowing disease progression. Despite this, nearly 50% of COPD patients continue to smoke following diagnosis. Smokers with COPD report high rates of co-occurring conditions - nicotine dependence, depression, and anxiety - which serve as barriers to quitting. The current study will pilot test a behavioral intervention designed to target the common psy...

Personalized Smoking Cessation Infographic in COPD

This study assesses the effect of a personalized smoking cessation infographic on physician smoking cessation counseling rates and smoking cessation pharmacotherapy prescription rates. The study assesses the difference in physician behaviour using a one-year pre (control arm) vs. one-year post (intervention arm) trial period. General practitioners and respirologists at St. Michael's Hospital and St. Michael's Hospital's six associated family health team clinics who refer eligib...


Smoking Cessation in Subjects With Mild-to-moderate Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

This study is to be conducted in subjects with mild-to-moderate COPD who are cigarette smokers with the intent of demonstrating differences in smoking cessation between varenicline and placebo.

TOBacco STOP in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease-Trial - Study Protocol

Background: Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and it contributes to the development of many other serious diseases. Acute exacerbations of COPD (AECOPD) often lead to hospitalization. Severe hospitalization-requiring AECOPD carries very high economic costs for the healthcare system, and personal costs for patients. Smoking cessation in COPD for the healthcare system, and personal costs for patients. Smoking cessation i...

Smoking Cessation in Patients With COPD (SMOCC) in General Practice

Background: Smoking cessation is the key element in the treatment of patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). The role of the general practice in assisting these patients with successful quitting smoking was suboptimal. Therefore we evaluated the effectiveness of two smoking cessation programs (counseling and nicotine replacement) for smokers with COPD in routine general practice, one with (CNB) and one without (CN) the combination with bupropion-SR, compare...

Smoking Cessation in Cancer Treatment

The intervention to be studied is a smoking cessation program offered to newly diagnosed cancer patients at their first consultation for treatment at an oncological hospital department.

Unconventional Financial Incentives for Smoking Cessation

The proposed study is a randomized study of actively smoking veterans cared for at the Miami VA Medical Center. Subjects are randomized into 2 groups and will all receive a regimen of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) standardized to their smoking habit. Subjects are followed biweekly for smoking cessation by using biochemical tests (exCO and COHb) to determine smoking abstinence. The first group called the Banked-Money Group will have $50 placed in a 'bank account' for every ...

Combined Bio- and Neuro- Feedback vs. Varenicline Use for Smoking Cessation

This study will develop and experimentally test the efficiency of a neurofeedback training protocol vs. varenicline use for smoking cessation.

Varenicline for "Gradual" vs. "Abrupt" Smoking Cessation in Low-motivated COPD Smokers

Rationale: No studies have examined the effect of varenicline for "gradual" smoking cessation in COPD smokers currently not interested in quitting. Objective: To compare the efficiency of varenicline-assisted "gradual" vs. "abrupt" smoking cessation in low-motivated COPD smokers Setting: Pulmonary outpatient clinic Design: Open, randomized pilot smoking cessation trial Participants: COPD smokers with low motivation to quit. Such low motivation will be defined as...

Nurse Smoking Cessation of Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) With Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) and Behavioral Support

This is a smoking cessation study with COPD patients where the researchers wanted to evaluate if nicotine sublingual tablets or placebo combined with low or high individual support could increase ½ and 1 year quit rates.

Yoga for Smoking Cessation Feasibility Study

The purpose of this study is to test whether it is feasible to provide a smoking cessation program together with a yoga program to help women quit smoking. We anticipate that women will be enthusiastic about the program and that we will be able to recruit and treat women for smoking cessation within the designated time frame.

Implementation of an Evidence Based Smoking Cessation Strategy (SMOCC) for Patients With COPD in Primary Care

A controlled study demonstrated that a smoking cessation protocol in routine primary care, specifically targeted at patients with COPD (SMOCC), doubled the quit rates. The protocol was tested under optimal trial conditions, but it is unclear if a large-scale implementation strategy is (cost-)effective. Therefore the present study investigates a large scale implementation strategy in a 2-armed community intervention trial. The research question is how (cost-)effective this imple...

Personalized Smoking Cessation Tool Based on Patient Lung CT Image

Imbio is developing a Smoking Cessation Report (Report) that includes data analysis from a CT lung cancer screening exam. This randomized controlled (RCT) trial will clinically validate the Report's effectiveness at motivating smokers to call a Quitline.

Pain and Smoking Study

This purpose of this study is to test the telephone delivery of a cognitive behavioral intervention (CBI), for smoking cessation among Veteran smokers with chronic pain.

Smoking Cessation in Workplaces in Hong Kong

This study has the following objectives: 1. To examine the employers'/managerial staff's knowledge, attitudes and practices in promoting smoking cessation in workplace. 2. To evaluate the smoking behaviours of participants before and after attending a smoking cessation intervention.

Diabetes and Smoking Cessation: a Gender-Oriented Study

People with diabetes still smoke at equivalent rates as non-diabetics. There is lack of evidence regarding interventions for smoking cessation among individuals with diabetes. The aim of this project is to assess the 12 months efficacy of a smoking cessation intervention tailored to diabetes and gender specificities, in a population of 500 smokers with type 2 diabetes. The secondary objectives are to assess the impact of smoking cessation on anthropometric outcomes, diabetes co...

Short Term Effect of Smoking Cessation on Human Metabolism

Investigating the short term smoking cessation on metabolism, examining of participant of smoking cessation workshops and former participants' file survey for metabolic aspects

Disseminating and Implementing a Smoking Cessation Program for Pregnant and Postpartum Women

This study tests whether a smoking cessation intervention for pregnant women that extends postpartum (Striving to Quit (STQ)) can be implemented and disseminated outside of the research environment that established its effectiveness (40% maintained biochemically verified 6-month abstinence). The research aim is: Is Striving to Quit more effective in achieving postpartum smoking cessation than "First Breath," the current standard of care for pregnant women in Wisconsin who smok...

Smoking Cessation Programme in Workplaces in Hong Kong (Phase III)

Smoking causes cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, cancers and diabetes, and it has been a leading risk factor for death globally. Despite the availability of smoking cessation services locally, most smokers do not use such services. Workplace is one of the most convenient platforms to provide smoking cessation services and over 55% of smokers are employed according to the local population-based survey. However, the effectiveness of a smoking cessation programme conducted ...

Pre to Postoperative Smoking Cessation

The study will evaluate the feasibility of integrating an intensive pre- post-surgical smoking cessation intervention into a hospital setting, and assess measures of postsurgical recovery as a function of smoking cessation status.

Brief Pain and Smoking Cessation Intervention in Adults With Chronic Pain

A brief smoking cessation intervention was developed to address smoking in the context of chronic pain to increase the intention to engage in smoking cessation treatment.

Helping Youth Smokers Stop Smoking Through the Youth Quitline Programme

The aims of the present study are: 1. To raise the awareness of smoking cessation service among youth smokers in Hong Kong; 2. To provide smoking cessation quitline service to youth smokers; and 3. To provide training to teenagers as peer smoking cessation counsellors.

Study Comparing Two Stop Smoking Intervention Efficacies

The proposed study will compare the efficacy of two psychological stop smoking interventions, amongst people living and working in the Lambeth and Southwark boroughs of London.

Smoking Cessation Programme in Workplaces in Hong Kong (Phase IV)

Smoking causes cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, cancers and diabetes, and it has been a leading risk factor for death globally. Despite the availability of smoking cessation services locally, most smokers do not use such services. Workplace is one of the most convenient platforms to provide smoking cessation services and over 55% of smokers are employed according to the local population-based survey. However, the effectiveness of a smoking cessation programme conducted ...


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