Install a smoking cessation application, use it for four weeks, and complete surveys
A Prospective Observational Study on Gamified Mobile Applications for Smoking Cessation Intervention
The purpose of this study is to investigate how certain features and elements in mobile applications designed to help people quit smoking affect a smoker’s confidence in their ability to quit and their motivation to quit. The study also aims to examine whether certain features and elements of mobile applications improve the likelihood of successfully quitting. A participant is asked to install a smoking cessation application, use it for four weeks, and complete online surveys. No face-to-face involvement is required!
7th October 2019
1st December 2020
Imperial College London
This study is run by Nikita Rajani, a PhD student from the Department of Primary Care and Public Health at Imperial College London.
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Participants will have access to a smoking cessation intervention delivered via a mobile app to help quit smoking.
Participants get free access to a mobile app for smoking cessation and a chance to win a £50 Amazon voucher.
There are no expenses for participating.