Enhancing pharmacological and behavioural support to reduce smoking relapse: A factorial RCT [ 2015 - 2020 ]

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Researchers: Prof Ron Borland (Principal investigator) ,  A/Pr Coral Gartner A/Pr Stuart Ferguson Prof Richard Mattick

Brief description Typically stop smoking services users use a base medicine for 8-12 weeks complemented by counselling, delivered via telephone in Australia. This is effective at helping people stop smoking in the short-term, but after one year most will have relapsed. Effective strategies to prevent smoking relapse are desperately needed. The use of stop smoking medicines beyond 8-12 weeks can help reduce relapse, but research (ours and others), find uptake to be modest. New products that deliver nicotine in va

Funding Amount $AUD 939,040.79

Funding Scheme Targeted Calls

Notes NHMRC-NIHR Collaborative Research Grant

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