Trial on the Effectiveness of Mindfulness Training for Smokers
This trial is active, not recruiting.
|Treatments||quit line plus mts, quit line only|
|Phase||phase 1/phase 2|
|Sponsor||University of Wisconsin, Madison|
|Collaborator||National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)|
|Start date||March 2010|
|End date||December 2013|
|Trial size||240 participants|
|Trial identifier||NCT01093599, 1K23DA022471-01A1, H-2009-0039|
The Mindfulness Training for Smokers study follows a randomized controlled design with 240 total participants. Both the study group and the control group will be enrolled in the Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line and will receive four weeks of nicotine patches. The control group will receive the Quit Line intervention alone where as the study group will receive the Quit Line intervention plus the Mindfulness for Smokers Intervention. The Mindfulness for Smokers Intervention provides four weeks of instruction in mindfulness meditation followed by four weeks of participation in a weekly meditation group. The principal hypothesis for the study is that Mindfulness for Smokers plus the Quit Line will lead to significantly higher rates of smoking cessation at 6 months than the Quit Line alone.
|United States||No locations recruiting|
|Other countries||No locations recruiting|
|Endpoint classification||efficacy study|
|Intervention model||parallel assignment|
time frame: 6 months post quit day
Changes in self reported measures of depression, anxiety and stress in study subjects vs controls
time frame: 6 months post quit day
Male or female participants at least 18 years old.
- Age: 18 years or over;
- Participants must express "high" motivation to quit smoking
- Participants must express willingness to attend "all" meetings for 2 months.
- Smoke 5 or more cigarettes per day
- Self report of alcohol use of 4 drinks or more a night on 4 or more nights per week.
- Self report of using chewing tobacco, snuff or cigars in the last week.
|Official title||Phase 2 Randomized Trial on the Effectiveness of Mindfulness Training for Smokers, a Novel Intervention Designed to Help Smokers Quit Smoking|
|Principal investigator||James M Davis, MD|
|Description||The MTS study is funded for through a five year K23 NIH training grant. The study follows a randomized controlled design with N = 240. Both the study group and the control group will be enrolled in the Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line, will receive four weeks of nicotine patches, and receive phone based counseling through the Quit Line. The control group n = 120 will receive the Quit Line intervention alone where as the study group n = 120 will receive the Quit Line intervention plus the Mindfulness Training for Smokers (MTS) Intervention. Mindfulness Training for Smokers provides 4 weeks of mindfulness meditation instruction followed by entry into a MTS meditation group. The total time for the study including recruitment, intervention and participant follow-up for N = 240 will be four years. The study will recruit subjects from the Dane county region through the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention (UW-CRTI). Recruitment will take place through the television and radio advertisements (appendix). In addition, the Wisconsin Quit Line web site will provide a link to the MTS study. With this link, quit line coaches will have a brief description of the study (see appendix) and will provide contact information for the study. Finally, the MTS web site (url: www.sittoquit.org) will provide basic introductory information available to the general public. The principal hypothesis for the study is that MTS plus Quit Line will lead to significantly higher rates of smoking cessation at 6 months than use of the Quit Line alone. Secondary hypotheses is that study group compared to controls will show significant differences in questionnaire results that test distress, depression, anxiety, attentional control, mindfulness and quality of life.|
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