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Deliver an Smoking Cessation Intervention for Smokers Attending A&E in Hong Kong

This project aims to deliver an evidence-based smoking cessation intervention comprising the provision of brief cessation advice to smokers attending emergency departments and active referral to existing smoking cessation services.


Using ICT to Deliver BMI to Promote Smoking Cessation Among Smokers With Chronic Diseases: A Pilot Study

This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of a general health promotion (GHP) approach using information communication technology (ICT) to deliver a brief motivational interviewing (MI) to motivate smokers with chronic diseases to quit smoking. Subjects in the intervention group will receive a GHP approach using ICT (e.g., WhatsApp/WeChat) to deliver brief MI. Subjects in the control group will receive an individual face-to-face generic health advice plus a self-help bookle...

Brief Intervention to Promote Smoking Cessation in DM Smokers

The study is a randomized controlled trial (RCT) on a tailored smoking cessation intervention targeted type 2 diabetic patients who smoke (DM intervention). The objectives are: 1. to study the effectiveness of the DM intervention in achieving (a) smoking cessation, (b) smoking reduction, and (c) progress to a higher stage of readiness to quit; 2. the changes in levels of HbA1c between (a) the intervention group and the controls, and (b) quitters and contin...


Smartphone Application-based Smoking Cessation Programme Among Female Smokers

This project aims to develop a smartphone application to deliver a gender-specific programme for female smokers in Hong Kong. Through the smartphone application, we expect that our gender-specific smoking cessation programme can reach more female smokers in Hong Kong. The objectives is to promote smoking cessation among female smokers in Hong Kong.

SAW Lung Microbiome Study in Smokers and Never-smokers

The trial aims to analyse changes in the microbiome of the lower airways after smoking cessation. Microbiome analyses (upper airway swabs, bronchoalveolar lavage, transbronchial brushing) are conducted in smokers before and 6 weeks after smoking cessation. Never smokers serve as a control group and undergo the same sampling procedures once.

Using Information Communication Technology to Deliver Brief Motivational Interviewing to Promote Smoking Cessation Among Smokers With Chronic Diseases

This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of a general health promotion (GHP) approach using information communication technology (ICT) to deliver a brief motivational interviewing (MI) to motivate smokers with chronic diseases to quit smoking. Subjects in the intervention group will receive a GHP approach using ICT (e.g., WhatsApp/WeChat) to deliver brief MI. Subjects in the control group will receive an individual face-to-face generic health advice plus a self-help bookle...

Promoting Women's Health: A Gender Specific Smoking Cessation Program for Female Smokers in Hong Kong

This project aims to publicize quitting among female smokers, and encourage and support those who want to quit by providing face-to-face and/or telephone counseling. The objectives are to: 1. Build up a Women Against Tobacco Taskforce (WATT) with woman volunteers from various organizations to promote quitting in female smokers, and to arouse public awareness of the effects of smoking on sexual, reproductive and child health, and other diseases among wome...

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.

Building a Community-based Network to Promote Smoking Cessation

This study describes the development of a community-based network to promote smoking cessation among female smokers in Hong Kong.

Project Q Pilot: Smoking Cessation for Light Smokers

The purpose of this pilot study is to evaluate the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary efficacy of an intervention to promote smoking cessation among light smokers.

BE Smokefree: Behavioral Economics Incentives to Engage Adolescents in Smoking Cessation

More than 90% of adult smokers initiate tobacco use before age 18, making prevention and treatment of adolescent smoking a critical health priority. Behavioral economic interventions utilizing financial incentives can promote smoking cessation in adult populations. No studies have evaluated financial incentives among adolescents to promote engagement in effective smoking cessation programs through primary care settings. The goal of this study is to to compare, through a pilot, ...

Adaptation and Initial Evaluation of Transdiagnostic CBT for Anxious and Depressed Smokers

This study will look at the effectiveness of a new treatment protocol for anxious and depressed smokers. Participants with clinically significant anxiety or depression will receive either the standard smoking cessation treatment or the Unified Protocol for Smoking Cessation Treatment. This study will demonstrate that a single treatment protocol can effectively address both smoking and the complex emotional comorbidities that are widespread in smokers will provide a novel, impac...

Smoking Cessation for Hospital Employees With Low Education.

The aim of this trial is to develop a new tailored smoking cessation program for smokers with low education. Smokers are involved in design of the intervention. The effect of the intervention is then tested in a randomised controlled trial. Half of workplaces will be offered the intervention and the other half will be control group, not receiving any offer.

Financial Incentives for Smoking Treatment

Financial incentives for motivating changes in health behavior, particularly for smoking and other morbid habits, are increasingly being tested by health insurers, employers, and government agencies. However, in using incentive programs for smoking cessation, key unanswered structural and theoretical questions remain regarding their effectiveness, acceptability to patients, and economic sustainability. This trial aims to advance the science and implementation of financial incen...

Testing Pharmacological Therapies for Pregnant Smokers

Nicotine dependence has not been sufficiently addressed in current state-of-the-science cessation interventions for pregnant smokers. The weight of the evidence from the general population of smokers suggests that nicotine replacement therapies may be beneficial cessation aids for pregnant smokers who are unable to stop smoking. The tremendous potential of these therapies for promoting smoking cessation among pregnant women creates a pressing need for decision tools and protoco...

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 ...

Incorporating Financial Incentives to Increase Smoking Cessation Among Asian Americans Residing in New York City

Financial incentives for motivating health change have been increasingly employed in various healthcare sectors. They can be a potentially effective approach to promote smoking behavioral change and increase the use of evidence-based counseling and pharmacotherapy. Smoking cessation randomized clinical trials (RCT) incorporating financial incentives have been conducted in different populations; however, there has not been a randomized clinical trial coupled with a financial inc...

Impact Of Smoking Cessation Treatment Reimbursement On The Quit Rates In Smokers Motivated To Quit

This study is based on the hypothesis that access to smoking cessation treatment (SCT) reimbursement may significantly increase the number of successful quitters in a population of smokers motivated to quit by: 1) increasing the use of SCTs in quit attempts, and 2) by improving subject adherence to treatment.

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 ...

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.

Examination of Sleep, Smoking Cessation, and Cardiovascular Health

Most treatment-seeking smokers will fail in their attempts to quit smoking in the early days and weeks of quitting. Poor sleep (e.g., short duration) is an overlooked, but important nicotine withdrawal symptom that can affect up to 80% of treatment seeking smokers and predicts relapse. Addressing sleep deficits could promote cessation, particularly in smokers who may be vulnerable to poor sleep in one or more sleep metrics even before quitting. This study will address this conc...

Feasibility Trial of a Tailored Smoking Cessation App for People With Serious Mental Illness

Quitting smoking has important health benefits for people with serious mental illness, more than half of whom are smokers. Smoking reductions in this population, in turn, could contribute to saving billions of dollars in healthcare expenditures. Finding ways to deliver more effective and wider reaching smoking cessation interventions to individuals with serious mental illness is a pressing priority. Smartphone apps are a wide reaching technology that could provide a viable pla...

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.

Smoking Cessation: Financial Incentives

The aim of this intervention is to test if the investigator, by offering a financial incentive to smokers who abstinence from smoking, can: 1. recruit more smokers with low socioeconomic status to municipal smoking cessation programs 2. achieve higher abstinence rates at municipal smoking cessation programs among citizens with low economic status - Rather than by use of campaigns (=usual strategy) informing citizens about their options for support at ...

Treating Smokers With Mental Illness

This is a smoking cessation study that will enroll smokers who have been diagnosed with a severe mental illness. The study will use a combination of intensive tobacco treatment counseling and nicotine replacement therapy to assist smokers in cutting back on and quitting smoking over the course of six months.


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