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ABOUT™—Dependence (ABOUT™—Dependence)

Philip Morris Products S.A.

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Basic description

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Background:

Philip Morris has launched an ongoing collaborative effort to develop fit-for-purpose measurement instruments (i.e., concept-driven instruments providing interpretable outcomes for the purpose intended) to enhance the scientific framework of harm reduction. This new initiative has resulted in the creation of the ABOUT™ Toolbox (Assessment of Behavioral OUtcomes related to Tobacco and nicotine products). The ABOUT™ Toolbox currently comprises five measurement instruments that are at various stages of development and validation.

The ABOUT™—Dependence is a self-report instrument designed to measure the perceived dependence associated with the use of tobacco and nicotine-containing products (TNPs), including smoke-free products (e.g. heated tobacco products, e-cigarettes, Nicotine Replacement Therapy products (NRTs), smokeless tobacco) and combustible products (e.g. cigarettes, cigars/cigarillos). The measurement of dependence on TNPs has primarily focused on assessing product-specific dependence (notably cigarette dependence) rather than overall dependence associated with the use of one or more TNPs. The ABOUT™—Dependence was developed to provide a measure of perceived psychological dependence associated with the use of different TNPs and across exclusive and multiple TNPs users.

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Authors

Philip Morris Products S.A.

Philip Morris Products S.A. (Switzerland)
Copyright
© 2018 Philip Morris Products S.A. All rights reserved

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Objective
To assess the perceived dependence associated with the use of a wide range of tobacco and nicotine-containing products
Therapeutic area
  • Behavior and Behavior Mechanisms
Therapeutic indication
  • Smoking
  • Smoking Cessation
Type of Clinical Outcome Assessment (COA)
  • pro PRO
Original language(s)
  • English for the USA
Bibliographic reference(s) of the original questionnaire

Chrea C, Acquadro C, Afolalu EF, Spies E, Salzberger T, Abetz-Webb L, Cano S, Arnould B, Mainy N, Rose J, Weitkunat R. Developing fit-for-purpose self-report instruments for assessing consumer responses to tobacco and nicotine products: the ABOUT™ Toolbox initiative. F1000Res. 2018 Dec 2;7:1878 (Full text article)

Chrea C, Salzberger T, Abetz-Webb L. Development of a Tobacco and Nicotine Products Dependence Instrument. Society for Research on Nicotine & Tobacco. 24th Annual Meeting. 2018 Feb (Full text article)

Chrea C, Salzberger T, Abetz-Webb L. Development of a fit-for-purpose tobacco and nicotine product dependence instrument. ISPOR Europe. 2018 Nov (Full text article)

Chrea C, Salzberger T, Abetz-Webb L. Psychometric validation of the ABOUT-Dependence : A Fit-for-purpose instrument to assess global dependence on tobacco and nicotine products. Society for Research on Nicotine & Tobacco. 25th Annual Meeting. 2019 Feb (Full text article)

Salzberger T, Cano S, Abetz-Webb L, Afolalu E, Chrea C, Weitkunat R, Fagerström K, Rose J. Addressing traceability in social measurement: establishing a common metric for dependence. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 2019 Nov; 1379(1):012024 (Full text article)

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Philip Morris Products S.A.

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