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Wolfson Institute of Population Health

Do e-cigarettes help smokers quit when not accompanied by intensive behavioural support?


Principal Investigator: Dr Katie Myers Smith

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Thank you for your interest in this new study. We are looking at whether weekly phone support is important to help smokers quit when using an e-cigarette or whether the advice can be provided in a one off phone call instead. Some people in the study will only receive support messages via email. Please read the Participant Information Sheet for full details on what is involved.

The study is run by the Health and Lifestyle Research Unit at Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine, Queen Mary University of London and is funded by the National Institute for Health Research - Health Technology Assessment (NIHR-HTA).

Further details can be found in the Participant Information Sheet 

If you are interested in taking part please click to email us:

This study has been reviewed and approvedby the NRES Committee South West – Central Bristol Research Ethics Committee (20/SW/0179).

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