Perinatal Attentional Retraining Intervention for Smoking (PARIS) covid
Tobacco Addiction | COVID-19 Inpatient | COVID-19 Outpatient
What is the purpose of this trial?
The proposed research intends to randomize 50 abstinent pregnant smokers to receive either the attentional retraining (AR) or control VP task. Participants will be asked to carry around a smartphone as they go about their daily lives for 2 weeks in their last month of pregnancy (Phase 1).
The smartphone will sound an alert randomly during the day, at which time participants will be asked to respond to a short set of questions assessing subjective states; this will be followed by a request to complete the AR (or control) procedures. This same procedure will be repeated for 2 weeks immediately after delivery (Phase 2).
Women will undergo a follow-up visit 3 months after the end of Phase 2, and complete an unmodified VP and follow-up assessments.
- Ages18 years - 40 years
- GenderFemale only
- Trial withNational Institute on Minority Health and Heath Disparities (NIMHD)
- Start Date08/24/2010
- End Date09/29/2022
- Last Updated07/18/2021
- Study HIC#1008007245