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Tobacco Treatment for Employable Californians, Total IMPACT Study
Previous findings indicate elevated risk for tobacco use among adults in California who are unemployed and seeking work. In a pilot study, tobacco use was associated with a longer duration of time out of work. This community-based participatory research study aims to deliver and evaluate the impact of a web-based job seeker tailored tobacco cessation intervention vs. a control group in the San Francisco Bay Area. This research investigates whether an employment-centered tobacco treatment intervention is efficacious in supporting abstinence and also associated with more timely engagement of employment.
Stanford is currently accepting patients for this trial.
Collaborator: San Francisco Employment Development Department
- Behavioral: ProChange ExpertSystem
Inclusion Criteria: Study eligibility will be defined as unemployed and job seeking at a
participating America's Job Centers of California (AJCC) organization and currently smoking
1 or more cigarettes daily and at least 100+ cigarettes in one's lifetime with a carbon
monoxide (CO) breath sample of 10 ppm or greater. The CO sample will be taken prior to
consenting potential participants. Participants must be 18 years or older, English
literate, able to provide at least three collateral sources of contact for follow-up
assessments, and not immediately planning to relocate out of California (though researchers
would continue to follow-up with participants who move out of area, and have demonstrated
success with doing so in prior studies). Dual use of e-cigarettes will not be an exclusion
Exclusion Criteria: Failure to meet inclusion criteria; non-job-seeking, persons employed
or underemployed, occasional/non-daily smokers, daily smokers with carbon monoxide readings
less than 10ppm, nonsmokers.
Ages Eligible for Study
18 Years - N/A
Genders Eligible for Study