The MyWay Project
National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) - Public Health Research scheme
Public Health Warwickshire
Dr Emmie Fulton, Principle investigator, Research Fellow, Coventry University, Professor Katherine Brown, Principle investigator, Professor of Health Psychology Applied to Public Health, Coventry University, Dr Katie Newby, Senior Research Fellow, Coventry University, Dr Kajal Gokal, Research Associate, Coventry University, Kayleigh Kwah, Research Assistant, Coventry University, Lauren Schumacher. Research Assistant, Coventry University, Dr Louise Jackson, Research Fellow in Health Economics, University of Birmingham , Prof Tim Sparks, Professor in Environmental Change, Coventry University, Dr Felix Naughton, Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology, University of East Anglia, Professor Tim Coleman, Professor of Primary Care, University of Nottingham
The MyWay Project is a randomised controlled feasibility trial of StopApp, a web-based self-administered interactive intervention designed to address the barriers that smokers typically face in accessing Stop Smoking Services. The aim of the trial is to establish the feasibility and potential health equity of a future randomised controlled trial of the StopApp intervention. The primary objective is to estimate recruitment and attrition rates of participants across three settings: GP surgeries, community settings and on-line; at baseline, intervention access, and two-month follow-up but also to estimate; the acceptability of randomisation, outcome and cost-effective measures, key costs, feasibility of accessing stop smoking service data , attrition rates across socio-economic groups and rates of stop smoking service attendance in both the treatment and control groups.