Our single-blinded randomized controlled trial compared Quit Genius against Usual Care in 530 participants. Carbon Monoxide verified outcomes demonstrated a 52% quit rate in the Quit Genius versus 32% in the Usual Care arm at 28 days post quit date.READ THE PAPER
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The purpose of this randomised clinical trial is to compare the effectiveness of the Quit Genius app to “very brief advice” on quitting smoking. As well as smoking abstinence, the study will also look at the quality of life, self-efficacy and wellbeing of Quit Genius users.
In collaboration with researchers at Imperial College London the purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of Quit Genius on the self-efficacy and motivation of smokers wanting to quit. Cessation outcomes and app-engagement will also be assessed.