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Title: Development of an online smoking cessation program for use in hospital and following discharge: Smoke-free recovery
Contributor(s): McCrabb, Sam (author); Balogh, Zsolt (author); Wallis, Mark (author); Paul, David  (author)orcid ; Henskens, Frans (author); Skelton, Eliza (author); Bonevski, Billie (author); Baker, Amanda L (author); Harris, Ian A (author); Attia, John (author); Lott, Natalie (author); Naylor, Justine (author); Doran, Christopher (author); George, Johnson (author); Wolfenden, Luke (author)
Publication Date: 2017
Open Access: Yes
DOI: 10.1136/bmjinnov-2016-000126Open Access Link
Handle Link: https://hdl.handle.net/1959.11/21814
Open Access Link: http://innovations.bmj.com/content/3/2/115Open Access Link
Abstract: Background Tobacco smoking can have negative health outcomes on recovery from surgery. Although it is recommended best practice to provide patients with advice to quit and follow-up support, provision of postdischarge support is rare. Developing an online smoking cessation program may help address this gap. Objectives This paper describes the development and pretesting of an online smoking cessation program (smoke-free recovery, SFR) tailored to the orthopaedic trauma population for use while in hospital and post-discharge. Methods Drawing on the DoTTI framework for developing an online program, the following steps were followed for program development: (1) design and development; (2) testing early iteration; (3) testing for effectiveness and (4) integration and implementation. This article describes the first two stages of SFR program development. Results SFR is a 10-module online smoking cessation program tailored for patients with orthopaedic trauma. Of the participants who completed testing early iterations, none reported any difficulties orientating themselves to the program or understanding program content. The main themes were that it was 'helpful', provision of 'help to quit' was low and SFR increased thoughts of 'staying quit post discharge'. Conclusions This study found that a theory and evidence-based approach as the basis for an online smoking cessation program for patients with orthopaedic trauma was acceptable to users. A randomised controlled trial will be conducted to examine whether the online smoking cessation program is effective in increasing smoking cessation and how it can be integrated and implemented into hospital practice (stages three and four of the DoTTI framework).
Publication Type: Journal Article
Grant Details: NHMRC/1063206
Source of Publication: BMJ Innovations, 3(2), p. 115-122
Publisher: BMJ Publishing Group
Place of Publication: United Kingdom
ISSN: 2055-642X
2055-8074
Field of Research (FOR): 111799 Public Health and Health Services not elsewhere classified
080399 Computer Software not elsewhere classified
Peer Reviewed: Yes
HERDC Category Description: C1 Refereed Article in a Scholarly Journal
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