Cost-Benefit of Incentive-based Smoking Cessation for Pregnant Women Grant
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention solicits proposals for a study to assess the cost-benefit of a smoking cessation intervention tha
t targets pregnant smokers. The intent is to evaluate a high intensity and low intensity contingency management (CM) intervention on prenatal smoking cessation. The suggested approach is a three-arm randomized controlled trial to assess smoking abstinence at the end of pregnancy and the cost-benefit of different intensity levels of CM on prenatal smoking cessation.
Letter of Intent Deadline: February 4, 2013
Application Deadline: March 4, 2013
Award Amount: $560,000 per year for up to 5 years
More information about the Smoking Cessation for Pregnant Women Grant can be found online.