"Little Cigar Study" could yield major insights.
Case Western Reserve University is looking for volunteers to participate in a research study* on little cigars. Its Department of Family Medicine is conducting the study.
CWRU is particularly interested in reaching out to young people between the ages of 14-17 who smoke little cigars, such as Black & Milds (or other similar products).
The study's aim is to learn more about the smoking habits of young people.
Do you know someone between the ages of 14-17 who is currently smoking little cigars?
- Please consider encouraging them to become a part of this study.
- You're welcome to download and print this informational flyer here.
Interested in participating? Here's what you need to know:
- The study requires a phone interview and survey lasting about 30-45 minutes. During this interview, you'll be asked to share your thoughts and knowledge about smoking little cigars.
- Participants will be given a gift card to Target or amazon.com for taking the time to be involved.
- Participation is entirely confidential; your personal information will not be shared.
- If you're interested in participating, email Little_cigar_study@case.edu or call 216-368-6592.
*This research is done under the direction of Susan Flocke, PhD of the CWRU Department of Family Medicine.