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Perinatal Attentional Retraining Intervention for Smoking (PARIS) covid

Conditions

Tobacco Addiction | COVID-19 Inpatient | COVID-19 Outpatient

Phase COVID-Pilot

What is the purpose of this trial?

Brief Summary:

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.

  • Ages
    18 years - 40 years
  • Gender
    Female only
  • Trial with
    National Institute on Minority Health and Heath Disparities (NIMHD)
  • Start Date
    08/24/2010
  • End Date
    09/29/2021

For more information about this study, contact:

Amanda Mele

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  • Last Updated
    10/01/2020
  • Study HIC
    #1008007245