Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine - Barts and The London

Nicotine delivery and user reaction to IQOS and different types of e-cigarettes

Health and Lifestyle Research Unit

Project Investigator:  Project Investigator: Dr Dunja Przulj

If you are interested in taking part please call: 0207 882 5722 (lines are open Monday-Friday, 9-5pm)

Or click the link to email us: health-research@qmul.ac.uk


Thank you for your interest in this new study looking at how much nicotine people obtain from different types/brands of e-cigarettes and other alternative nicotine delivery devices such as ‘heat not burn’ products.

The study is run by the Health and Lifestyle Research Unit at Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine, Queen Mary University of London.

 

If you decide to take part, we will ask you to come into our clinic at Stepney Green for morning sessions after not smoking or vaping for at least 12 hours. These sessions will take place on 4-5 separate occasions, lasting around 45 – 60 minutes. Within these times you will be given the opportunity to test different e-cigarette or alternative nicotine delivery devices.

 

Please note these sessions will involve blood sampling. 14 blood samples will be drawn over a 30 minute period.

 

You will receive compensation for your time and travel expenses at the end of each session.


Further details can be found on this (Participant information sheet [PDF 156KB])

If you are interested in taking part please call: 0207 882 5722 (lines are open Monday-Friday, 9-5pm), or click the link to email us: health-research@qmul.ac.uk

 

This study is approved by Queen Mary University of London’s Ethics of Research Committee (QMERC2018/09).