Study to help women quit smoking

Study to help women quit smoking

Trinity College Dublin together with the Irish Cancer Society and the HSE, are inviting women from the Ballyfermot, Chapelizod and Cherry Orchard areas to take part in a new community based study to help women quit smoking.

The aim of the study is to figure out the best way to support women to stop smoking by comparing two different programmes; a community stop smoking programme, which is specifically designed for women, and a HSE stop smoking service.

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A new community based study is being held to help women quit smoking

The study is looking for 60 women, aged over 18, who currently smoke, to sign up and take part in this innovative new research study.

Each participant will be allocated to one of the two programmes, both of which will start in mid-February.

If you are a women, aged 18 or over, want to stop smoking and are interested in taking part in this exciting study, you can get in touch by:

Registering your interest online at, calling us on 01-231 6669 or by emailing wcq2 [at] irishcancer [dot] ie

Dropping into the local participating community and primary care centres in Ballyfermot and Cherry Orchard below: Ballyfermot Family Resource Centre, Ballyfermot Road; The Bungalow, Cherry Orchard Family Resource Centre, 28 Elmdale Drive, Cherry Orchard; Ballyfermot Primary Care Centre, Ballyfermot Rd, Cherry Orchard and Ballyfermot Chapelizod Partnership, 201A Decies Road, Ballyfermot.

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