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pLearn, Connect, and Quit Mobile Application Pilot Study

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A Pilot Study of the Learn, Connect, and Quit Mobile Application

This research study aims to develop and test the effectiveness of a mobile application for patients who smoke to use while waiting in the clinic exam room to see their provider. The application will present patients with a variety of videos designed to increase their engagement in evidence-based smoking cessation treatment and offer them action steps to engage in smoking-related treatment or discussions with their provider.

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Behavioral - Learn, Connect, and Quit Mobile Application

The Learn, Connect, and Quit (LCQ) Mobile Application is an application for electronic tablets that can: assess smokers' interest in quitting; answer smokers' questions about smoking, quitting, and available treatments; provide information about treatment options; communicate information about patients' smoking status, concerns, and treatment interest to their provider; and connect patients with treatment options including the Wisconsin Tobacco Quitline (WTQL), and other smoking intervention res ...read more on ClinicalTrials.org

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A Pilot Study of the Learn, Connect, and Quit Mobile Application

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NCT03978455

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