HABIT: Health & Addictive Behaviour Interventions
HABIT is a multidisciplinary research group in the School of Public Health, University of Queensland, with a focus on translational research on interventions that promote behavioural change, particularly related to addictive behaviours, such as tobacco smoking. Addiction to alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs are among the most common behavioural disorders in developed societies and contribute substantially to the burden of disease in Australia and worldwide.
If you are a current participant in one of our studies, please click on the study name in the menu bar to access the study materials or specific information about the research.
Not currently a research participant?
- We are often looking for research participants for different types of studies. Some of these just involve filling in online surveys. Others may be clinical trials of new ways to quit smoking.
- If you would like to register to participate in research on personal vaporisers (e-cigarettes) or quitting smoking, please vist our volunteer page. It is quick and easy to register to receive invitations to participate in the types of studies you are interested in.
- We also are looking for health practitioners to register as participants and/or to assist with recruitment for research studies.
Need to talk to the research team?
The research staff will be able to discuss any questions you may have and will provide guidance on where to get further information or assistance.
If you have any questions about your participation in this study please contact us at the UQ School of Public Health on (07) 3346 5478 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.