We need your opinions about a new video program!
If you are a smoker or recent quitter and you use a cane, wheelchair, scooter, brace, walker, etc. to help you get around, you may be eligible for a discussion group.
The ABLE Project is a research study seeking smokers or recent quitters with mobility impairments to help us design a new video program.
You do not have to quit or want to quit in order to participate, and you will not receive smoking cessation treatment as part of this study.
If you qualify and agree to participate, you will attend a discussion group that will help us design a new video program.
Discussion groups will be held at several handicap accessible locations in Providence and surrounding areas.
You will be financially compensated for your time.
For more information or to find out whether you are eligible, please call The ABLE Project at 1-866-401-7277 (toll free), 401-793-8168, or email us at ABLE@lifespan.org.
The Miriam Hospital is looking for adult smokers to participate in an eight-week smoking cessation research program. Specialists in smoking cessation will work with qualified participants to help them quit smoking successfully.
Participants will complete a group-based, eight-week quit smoking program combined with either a health and wellness program or a yoga program. You may be eligible if you are:
18 years or older
Not currently practicing yoga or mindfulness-based therapy
Not currently pregnant
Smoke at least five or more cigarettes per day, or more
For more information, call 401-793-8223 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participants will be paid for their time.