Stephenson Cancer Center Announces $20 Million TSET Expansion Grant to Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center

Active Studies

The OTRC offers several opportunities to participate in research. Some studies might take only a couple of hours, and others might be ongoing for months. For some studies, compensation for your time is available. The list below are studies currently open to recruitment.


Tobacco Treatment Research Program

Are you a current smoker interested in getting help to quit? This program offers free nicotine replacement therapy, in-person and over the phone counseling, ongoing support, and opportunities to participate in research.

If you have any questions about this program or are interested in participating, please contact:

Tobacco Patient Navigator
P: (405) 271-QUIT (7848)
E:  ttrp@ouhsc.edu
View Flyer [PDF]


Smoking Cessation for Cervical Cancer Survivors in a Safety Net Healthcare System: Project SUCCESS

Have you been diagnosed with cervical cancer? Do you smoke? The purpose of this study is to compare a program called Motivation and Problem Solving (MAPS) to the standard treatment to help patients with a history of cervical cancer quit smoking.

If you have any questions about this study or are interested in participating, please contact:

Project SUCCESS
(405) 271-8001 x 50560
E: project-success@ouhsc.edu
View Flyer [PDF]


Smartphone-Delivered Automated Video-Assisted Smoking Treatment for Patrons of a Food Resource Center: AVAST – FRC Pilot Study

 


Do you use the services of a Food Resource Center? Do you smoke? The purpose of this study is to test how well an automated smoking treatment program  helps smokers who use the services of a Food Resource Center.

If you have any questions about this study or are interested in participating, please contact:

Project AVAST
P: (405) 271-5710
E: project-avast@ouhsc.edu
View Flyer [PDF]

 


Pilot Randomized Clinical Trial of an Automated Smartphone based Smoking Cessation Treatment

Are you a current smoker who is interested in attending a tobacco cessation program to quit smoking? The purpose of this study is to help people quit smoking through different cessation treatment approaches. All of these approaches include use of a smart phone and app.

Project Smart-T2
P: (405)271-5755
E: ttrp@ouhsc.edu


Small Financial Incentives to Promote Smoking Cessation in Safety Net Hospital Patients - PREVAIL II

Are you a current smoker interested in earning gift cards to quit? This study is being done to compare a standard smoking cessation program (counseling & medication) to a treatment that also offers
gift cards for verified smoking abstinence.

If you have any questions about this program or are interested in participating, please contact:

Tobacco Patient Navigator
P: (405) 271-QUIT (7848)
E:  ttrp@ouhsc.edu
View Flyer [PDF]