California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute

Research Opportunity

Despite advances in treatment of nicotine dependence, many people who quit smoking relapse within one year. Researchers at CPMC Research Institute are developing a new program to improve people’s chances of staying smoke-free once they’ve decided to quit – and avoid replacing smoking with other unhealthy behaviors - by learning mindfulness-based approaches to dealing with cravings and stress. Eligible participants who have recently quit smoking will be asked to attend a free 6-week training program, and to complete assessments three times so that the research team can evaluate the effectiveness of the classes.

To find our more about the program please contact:

Dr. Raymond Buscemi at 415-600-5772
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