Lung Cancer Clinical Trial

The Black Health Block Quit and Screen Project

Summary

The Black Health Block Quit and Screen Project seeks to engage Black health care providers in helping Black smokers quit tobacco use, including menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars, and screen for lung cancer early as strategies to reduce multiple chronic disease disparities.

The goal of this clinical trial is to test the feasibility and impact of the Black Health Block Culturally Tailored Training alone versus the Health Disparities and Lung Cancer Screening Training + the Black Health Block Culturally Tailored training modules on changes in knowledge, attitudes, and behavioral intentions related to provider advice to quit smoking and referrals for low dose computed tomography among health care providers randomly assigned to each condition. Participants will complete the training modules and complete pre- and post-tests to assess these outcomes.

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This clinical trial tests the feasibility and impact of the Black Health Block Culturally Tailored Training alone versus the Health Disparities and Lung Cancer Screening Training + the Black Health Block Culturally Tailored training modules on changes in knowledge, attitudes, and behavioral intentions related to provider advice to quit smoking and referrals for low dose computed tomography among health care providers randomly assigned to each condition.

In partnership with the National Medical Association, investigators will recruit 300 healthcare providers who provide clinical services to Black individuals who smoke smoke. Interested providers will be screened; if eligible, the will complete informed consent. Providers who complete the online consent and agree to enroll in the training study will be individually randomized to one of 2 conditions: The Black Health Block Culturally Tailored + the HDLCS or Black Health Block Culturally Tailored control condition alone. After randomization, providers will complete a pre-test assessing their knowledge, attitudes, and behavioral intentions related to provider advice to quit smoking and referrals for low dose computed tomography. Providers will then complete an online training. Providers will then complete a post-test assessing their 1) knowledge, attitudes, and behavioral intentions related to provider advice to quit smoking and referrals for low dose computed tomography and 2) preferences for the online materials and satisfaction with the training. Feasibility will be assessed using data on provider interest in the training and training reach.

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Eligibility Criteria

Inclusion Criteria:

Current National Medical Association (NMA) member
Serves a Black patient clientele who smokes
At least 20% of time (1 day per week) devoted to clinical care
Currently screens clients for tobacco use in the clinic
Have the capacity to refer smokers to a patient navigator
Willing to provide informed consent
Will provide contact email, address and phone.

Exclusion Criteria:

None

Study is for people with:

Lung Cancer

Estimated Enrollment:

300

Study ID:

NCT06350643

Recruitment Status:

Not yet recruiting

Sponsor:

University of Arkansas

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Virginia Commonwealth Univesity
Richmond Virginia, 23284, United States More Info
Mignonne Guy, PhD
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804-828-1731
[email protected]
Mignonne Guy, PhD
Principal Investigator

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Study is for people with:

Lung Cancer

Estimated Enrollment:

300

Study ID:

NCT06350643

Recruitment Status:

Not yet recruiting

Sponsor:


University of Arkansas

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