Enhancing Long-Term Smoking Abstinence Among Cervical Cancer Survivors (Project ACCESS)
The goal of this research study is to compare the efficacy of a treatment approach that comprises both Motivation And Problem-Solving (MAPS)-based telephone counseling and a personally-tailored SMS-delivered text-based approach to quitline-delivered smoking cessation treatment to help participants with a history of cervical cancer or high-grade cervical dysplasia quit smoking.
Primary Aim: Evaluate the efficacy of MAPS+ and ST in facilitating long-term smoking abstinence. Secondary Aim: Compare the magnitude of the mediated effects via common mechanisms (i.e., motivation, agency, and stress/negative affect) on smoking abstinence between the MAPS+ and ST treatment groups.
- Inclusion Criteria:
- At least 100 cigarettes or more smoked in participants lifetime
- Speaks English
- Currently smoke 1 cigarette or more in the past 30 days
- History of cervical cancer or high-grade cervical dysplasia
- Has a working smartphone
- Has a valid home address
- Reside in Florida at the time of study enrollment
- Exclusion Criteria:
- Receiving behavioral or pharmacological tobacco treatment
- Household member enrolled in this study
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