Development and Evaluation of a Low Cost, Remote Method to Biochemically Verify Smoking Status Save

Date Added
February 5th, 2019
PRO Number
Pro00085109
Researcher
Jennifer Dahne

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Smoking
Summary

Although smoking cessation interventions are increasingly moving toward remote delivery, remote assessment of smoking behavior faces one key methodological limitation: the need for biochemical verification of smoking status. To address this need, we herein will develop a remote CO data capture system through which a smartphone-enabled CO monitor (iCO™ Smokerlyzer) is integrated with REDCap. Subsequently, we will conduct a remote feasibility trial with smokers to examine: a) validity of the remote iCO™/REDCap data capture system as compared to gold-standard methods for biochemical verification of smoking and b) compliance with remote CO monitoring via the iCO™/REDCap system as applied both to episodic (i.e., once per week) and granular (i.e., once per day) data collection.

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Lisa Coles
843-876-2291
colesl@musc.edu

Development and Testing of a Smoking Cessation E-Visit for Implementation in Primary Care Save

Date Added
June 5th, 2018
PRO Number
Pro00078077
Researcher
Jennifer Dahne

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Smoking
Summary

The goal of this study is to develop, refine, and complete preliminary feasibility testing of a smoking cessation electronic visit (e-visit) for implementation in primary care/family medicine. We will conduct a feasibility RCT (n=90) of the smoking cessation e-visit as compared to treatment as usual (TAU), delivered via primary care, with primary objective to provide effect size estimates for a larger RCT. Primary outcomes cluster around: 1) treatment feasibility, 2) treatment acceptability, 3) treatment satisfaction, 4) evidence-based cessation treatment utilization, and 5) cessation-related outcomes (quit attempt incidence, abstinence). We hypothesize that participants randomized to the e-visit condition as compared to those randomized to the TAU condition will have higher rates of cessation treatment utilization (medications, counseling) and superior cessation-related outcomes.

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Lisa Coles
843-876-2291
colesl@musc.edu

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