University of Arizona College of Nursing “Be Smoke Free”

Published by The Bee News

February 17, 2023

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The University of Arizona’s College of Nursing is conducting a study for it’s Be Smoke Free campaign. Please visit their Facebook page for more information and to participate.

Info about the program:

The Be Smoke Free Program is an NIH-funded study that tests 2 different approaches to help people quit smoking. Program participants have 6 phone coaching sessions and receive 4 weeks of nicotine patches or lozenges, all at no cost. Each coaching phone call is about an hour. Participants can also receive up to $100 for completing all study activities.

Eligible participants:
• Are at least 18 years of age
• Smoke cigarettes as their main form of tobacco
• Have smoked every day for the past 30 days
• Have a smartphone with text messaging
• Speak and read English
• Live in Arizona
• Do not live with someone else who is already in the study

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