Behavioral Economic Intervention to Improve Psychiatrist Adherence to Tobacco Treatment Guidelines
Funded by: National Institute on Drug Abuse
Project dates: September 2018 - July 2022
Principal Investigator: Rogers E
Principal Investigator: Sherman, Scott

Effective cessation treatments exist for mental health patients, but smokers with mental health conditions encounter low rates of tobacco screening and treatment by psychiatrists. Strategies are needed to improve the implementation of evidence-based tobacco treatment in outpatient psychiatry. This study evaluated preliminary efficacy, provider perceptions, and barriers/facilitators to implementation of an opt-out approach to treating psychiatric patients for smoking.

Abstract on NIH RePORTER
Related Publications
Rogers ES, Wysota C, Prochaska JJ, Tenner C, Dognin J, Wang B, Sherman SE (2020).
A behavioral economic intervention to increase psychiatrist adherence to tobacco treatment guidelines: A provider-randomized study protocol
Implementation Science Communications, 1, 32. doi: 10.1186/s43058-020-00011-x. PMCID: PMC7331951.