Smoking cessation research and programs continually expand Smokefree’s understanding of how to help people quit smoking.
Smokefree regularly works with researchers, practitioners, and program planners who are interested in incorporating Smokefree data or products (including websites, mobile apps, or text messaging programs) into a project or research study. These collaborations advance our understanding of smoking cessation, mHealth, vulnerable populations, and other health behaviors. Since Smokefree’s inception, the Smokefree team and its collaborators have published more than 60 peer-reviewed articles on these topics.
Please contact NCISmokefreeTeam@mail.nih.gov to discuss how we can help you meet your research or program goals.
We provide researchers, public health professionals, and a variety of organizations with data on the use of Smokefree products. Selected data on individuals, such as research participants, is available for researchers who are interested in conducting secondary data analyses. All data is confidential and no identifiable individual data is released. Data is typically delivered in Microsoft Excel files, and if requested, can be delivered through secure file transfer protocol.
Smokefree data may include: