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Developing a co-designed vaping cessation program for young adults

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Griffith University researchers are currently co-designing a vaping cessation program for young adults aged 18-24yrs (GU Ref 2022/925). 

Phase One of the research is complete - a national online survey of over 500 current and former vapers, examining their patterns of vaping, their quit intentions and attempts.

Phase Two has commenced - a series of co-design workshops. We are currently recruiting Key Stakeholders who may be involved in the care of young adults’ health, such as a General Practitioner, Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Addiction Specialist, Pharmacist, Counsellor, and/or Practice Nurse. 

The workshops explore vaping cessation, and ideas previously generated by vapers and former vapers of what they think a vaping cessation program should look like. Participants will be offered a gift voucher $50 as a token of thanks.

If you are interested in participating, please click on the link HERE to provide your best contact details and preferred times.

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact PhD Candidate, Nicola Rahman, Nicola.rahman@griffith.edu.au
 

PARTICIPANT INFORMATION SHEET

 

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