Results of peer-reviewed studies show that users who quit smoking using the Quit Genius program are more likely to successfully quit, compared with face to face intervention, or going cold turkey.
Using Health and Well-Being Apps for Behavior Change: A Systematic Search and Rating of Apps
McKay et al. / JMIR Mhealth UhealthView paper
Use of Gamification Strategies and Tactics in Mobile Applications for Smoking Cessation: A Review of the UK Mobile App Market
Rajani et al. / BMJ OpenView paper
Evaluating Mobile Phone Applications for Health Behaviour Change: A Systematic Review
McKay et al. / J Telemed TelecareView paper
Effective Behavioral Changes through a Digital mHealth App
Lin et al. / JMIR Mhealth UhealthView paper
Evaluation of Two Mobile Health Apps in the Context of Smoking Cessation
Tudor-Sfetea et al. / JMIR MhealthView paper
Quit Genius breaks the shell with an evidence-based program designed to engage and set each member up for a successful quit attempt.
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.
We are always excited to work with academic institutions and collaborators who want to make an impact on smoking cessation and behavioural healthcare. If this sounds like you, get in touch with us here.