The CHARM research study was designed to help us learn more about African American women cigarette and cigar smokers’ tobacco use and thoughts about using certain products to quit smoking. This research study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board at UAMS.
Be a part of Year 2!
This is an online, single-session study. Participants will complete a survey and either 1) a focus group interview or 2) complete a short assessment, watch a brief video, and then retake the short assessment.
- Everything can be completed online and in the comfort of your own home!
- You will be compensated for your time.
With your help, we can learn how to help African American women quit or reduce their use of cigarettes and cigars as well as increase the knowledge that is needed to create more specific and successful smoking cessation interventions for African Americans.
Year 1 (Completed in 2020)
Year 1 of the CHARM study consisted of a single, online-only study session that included a focus group interview, brief survey, and smell sensitivity test.
Why Might You Be Interested in This Study?
- Our Goal: To understand awareness, knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors related to tobacco use and using products to quit smoking to help improve smoking cessation among African Americans.
- During the study, we want to learn about your tobacco use and thoughts and views about certain products and quitting smoking without judging you.
- If you are an African American woman between the ages of 18–35 who smokes cigarettes or cigars and live in Arkansas.
- Compensation will be provided for your time.
How Can I Participate?
- Be African American or Black
- Be Female
- Be within ages 18 to 35
- Currently live in Arkansas
- Currently smoke cigarettes or cigars
- Have a working phone and home address
Still Want to Participant In This Study?
Interested in Participating in CHARM StudyIf you would like to know if you are eligible for this study submit the information below and we will contact you.
How To Contact Us
Thank you for your interest in this research study at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. To find out if you are eligible for the study, please contact:
Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
4301 W. Markham St. #820, Little Rock, AR 72205
Dina Jones, Ph.D., MPH
Center for the Study of Tobacco
Thank you for your interest in this research study!
This research was supported by University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Minority Research Center on Tobacco and Addictions, which is supported by the Arkansas Department of Health, Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Program with Master Settlement Agreement dollars, to Dr. Dina M. Jones.