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The Quit by Phone Study

Quit by Phone Study
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Project Main Description: 

Recruitment for this study will begin mid-June 2022. 

The Quit by Phone Study is a Clinical Trial being conducted by the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) at UNSW Sydney. The trial is looking at different types of telephone-based behavioural support to see which is the most effective at helping low-income smokers quit.

The services included in the study are:

  • A 12-month tailored text message program
  • NSW Quitline

We are looking for adult smokers who are located within 150km of the Sydney CBD and receive a government pension to take part in the Quit by Phone Study.

Benefits for participants:

  • Twelve months of telephone-based behavioural support at no financial cost
  • Reimbursement of up to $125 for time to participate in the trial
  • No travel required; all information collected over the phone

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Project Contact:
Mr. Jack Anderson
+61 (2) 9348 0759
jack.anderson@unsw.edu.au 

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Project Status: 
Current