ABOUT THIS STUDY
1. 21 years of age or older
2. Self-reported daily smoker
3. Breath Carbon monoxide > 10ppm
4. Motivated to quit smoking completely within five weeks of the Screening Visit (>5 on reported motivation)
5. Capable of and agree to complete study requirements
6. Literate in English, self-report
7. Must be available for the duration of study
8. Informed consent obtained
9. Willing and able to provide additional data between visits using ecological momentary assessment (EMA)
10. Must own study compatible smart-phone (iPhone or Android)
1. Any self-report, diagnosis or treatment of heart attack, unstable angina, angioedema,
seizures, cerebrovascular accident (CVA) within the last six months.
2. Any self-report, diagnosis or treatment of bipolar, schizophrenia or suicidal ideation
within the last six months. (For suicidal ideation a score of ≥7 on the Suicidal
Behavior Questionnaire, see Appendix 15)
3. Self-report of diagnosis or treatment for depression within the past six months,
unless participant has written permission by their healthcare provider to participate
4. Systolic blood pressure 160 or higher and/or diastolic blood pressure 100 or higher
5. History of renal disease
6. Allergy to any of the ingredients in varenicline
7. Participation in another smoking cessation program or any type of clinical trial in
the past 3 months
8. Use of any smoking cessation medication in the past three months
9. Any other medical condition(s) which the licensed study physician deems unacceptable
for participation in this study
10. Positive drug screen indicating possible substance abuse (eg opiates, amphetamines,
benzodiazepines, cocaine or other substances), unless participant can show that the
medication has been prescribed by licensed clinical provider.
11. Consume greater than 21 alcohol drinks per week.
12. No two members of the same household may participate in this study
13. No study staff or their immediate family may participate in the study
14. Females who are pregnant, breast feeding, or not currently using a medically approved
form of birth control and unwilling to do so.
Acceptable methods of birth control include abstinence, oral contraceptives, the
contraceptive patch, the contraceptive ring, and condoms.
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