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Saturday 23rd September 2017

Hypnosis as a Therapeutic Tool in Patients With Reccurent Cystitis

Half of the women present an episode of cystitis once in their lives. A recurrence occurs in about 20% to 30% of the patients, and half of these patients will make more than 4 episodes per year, defining recurrent cystitis (CR). Complications such as pyelonephritis are rare (less than 0.5% of patients in the absence of underlying complication), however, CRs are responsible for a significant impact on women but also on society. Pain is at the forefront, but also the fear of not...


Thursday 21st September 2017

Dietary Factors and Racial Disparities in Prostate Cancer Aggressiveness

The North Carolina-Louisiana Prostate Cancer Project is a population-based case-only study of over 2,000 men newly diagnosed with prostate cancer designed to address racial differences in prostate cancer aggressiveness and survival through a comprehensive evaluation of social, individual, and tumor level influences on prostate cancer aggressiveness. Project 3 specifically aims to examine nutritional modulation of prostate cancer aggressiveness using dietary assessment and bioma...

Wednesday 20th September 2017

A Trial of an Online Chronic Pain Treatment for Military, Police and Veterans

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of an online acceptance-based behavioural treatment for chronic pain designed for military, police, and veteran populations. Participants will be randomized into either the treatment condition, or the wait-list control condition, and asked to complete a battery of measures which underscore the key facets of the fear-avoidance model of chronic pain. The pre, post, and follow-up measure scores will be analyzed through the mean...


Rehabilitation in Safety-net Settings for Patients With COPD

This study will examine COPD Wellness, a 10-week low-intensity pulmonary rehabilitation program consisting of group and home exercise, education, and social support can improve symptoms and increase physical activity in participants with COPD who receive care within a 'safety-net' healthcare system (e.g. County Hospital). Half of the participants will also receive an adherence strategy targeted at addressing unmet social needs, while the other half will undergo the intervention...

Effects of Schema Therapy vs. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Patients With Depression

The MPI-PT-Study: Schema Therapy vs. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Patients with Major or Persistent Depressive Disorder in an Inpatient and Day Clinic Setting: An outline Depressive disorders represent one of the most frequent diseases worldwide. Schema therapy, which was originally developed for patients with personality disorders and focuses on emotion activating techniques, became popular in the field of psychotherapy in the recent years and was also applied on axis-I-d...

Tuesday 19th September 2017

Comparing the Clinical Outcomes of DermACELL® With Integra® Bilayer Wound Matrix

Both DermACELL® and Integra® Bilayer Wound Matrix are indicated for deep soft tissue coverage and serve as a biological matrix for cellular migration. The current thinking about the utility of these products is to apply over the wound surface and wait until the graft is well vascularized (granular bed/neodermis). At that point a split thickness skin graft can be applied over this area to cover and heal the wound. This study will determine whether human allograft or xenograft ...

Peer Support for Women With Heart Disease: Women@Heart

Women with heart disease are more likely to die or suffer another cardiac event or stroke within 5 years of an index event compared to men. They are also more likely to suffer depression and report lower quality of life. Cardiac Rehabilitation programs have been designed to address these issues, but most women do not attend. Women indicate they have a greater need to talk about their experiences with heart disease and seek social support to help them cope. Peer support, the ass...

FANMI: Community Cohort Care for HIV-Infected Adolescent Girls in Haiti

The investigators will conduct a randomized controlled trial of Group Care in the GHESKIO Community Center versus Individual Care in the GHESKIO Adolescent Clinic for 160 HIV-infected adolescent girls age 16-19 years in Haiti (80 adolescents per arm). Group Care includes receiving integrated clinical and social support services in groups of 5-8 adolescents at a monthly visit. The primary outcome is retention in HIV care at 12 months after randomization.

Smartphone Applications Youth With Early Psychosis in Community Outpatient Settings

The project aims to test the utility of implementing a mobile health application ("mhealth app") in early psychosis care in the community outpatient setting and in the university medical center setting. We will enroll 60 individuals in the early stages of psychotic illness who are receiving care in two UC Davis affiliated community based early psychosis outpatient programs: the Aldea Child and Family Services SOAR Programs in Napa and Solano Counties (Napa SOAR, and Solano SOAR...

Development of Eye-tracking Based Markers for Autism in Young Children

To examine potential eye-tracking based markers for social processing deficits in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). To this end a battery of five eye tracking paradigms assessing social functioning will be evaluated in young children with ASD and compared with data from typically developing children. To additionally evaluate the specificity of the markers a group of children with disorders of delayed development other than ASD will be included.

Monday 18th September 2017

Social Cognition Training and Cognitive Remediation

Social cognition refers to mental operations that enable people to perceive, interpret constantly changing social informations. These processes allow people to rapidly, effortlessly and flexibly perceive and interpret rapidly-changing social information, and respond appropriately to social stimuli. Besides, this ability gives meaning to the actions of others. Impairments in this field may largely underlie social dysfunctions and reduce adaptive skills. Moreover, social cognitiv...

Peer Administered CBT for PPD

Postpartum depression (PPD) affects up to 20% of women and has profound effects on mothers and their infants. Unfortunately, fewer than 15% of women with PPD receive evidence-based care. This is at least partly due to significant difficulties faced by women in accessing cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), a preferred 1st line treatment. In Ontario at present, there is a significant lack of personnel trained to deliver CBT. This study will utilize a randomized controlled trial ...

Friday 15th September 2017

Determinants of Adolescent, Now Young Adults, Social Well-being and Health: Longitudinal Follow-up

Black and ethnic minority groups living in the UK experience high rates of chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and heart disease, general morbidity and poor mental health. The cause of these excess rates is unknown but obesity, smoking, diet and deprivation are important contributing factors. There is also global evidence of the association of these diseases in adulthood with health and deprivation in early life and childhood. Persisting social deprivation over the ...

The PRognostic Effect of Environmental Factors in Crohn's and Colitis

The PREdiCCt Study: This is a major study that is now being launched. This is the first study of its kind and is specifically directed toward understanding how environmental factors and the gut microorganisms influence IBD flare and recovery. For the PREdiCCt study we hope to recruit 1500 people in remission from Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis (illness under control) from 28 inflammatory bowel disease clinics across the UK. We hope to conduct the study in the fol...

Wednesday 13th September 2017

Joyful Parenting Pilot Project RCT Study

Aims: To enhance mental well-being of adolescents, adults and their families by creating a positive, happy and joyful environment in the community. Targets: Parents aged 12-59 and their family members in Hong Kong. Methods: Joyful Parenting Pilot Project will adopt the public health and family-focused approach, under the brand name of "Joyful@HK Campaign". Evidence-based and Evidence Generating approach with vigorous study design, both qualitative (e.g. focus groups) and ...

Optimizing Cervical Cancer Screening Modalities

This project aims to optimize cervical cancer screening adherence comparing Arm A (VIA) and Arm B self-sampled Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) testing and determine the molecular epidemiology of HPV, persistence level and identify factors responsible for persistence, and also characterizing the potential dysplasia by biomarkers that describe the disease stage in a population of Ethiopia. A cluster-randomized trial will be used in this study. The total number of ten kebele's(...

The Effects of Singing Training for Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) experience physiological and psychological complications, such as shortness of breath, anxiety and depression. This has negative influence on their social life, daily activity level and overall quality of life. Patients can participate in a pulmonary rehabilitation program (PR) for the purpose of better managing of the disease and its symptoms and for avoiding future relapses and hospitalisations. However there is a lar...

Tuesday 12th September 2017

Effect of Probiotics on Nasopharyngeal Microbiome of Children With Otitis Media With Effusion

The aim of this study is to investigate whether the microbiota in the upper respiratory tract (nasopharynx, adenoids and middle ear fluid) of otitis media with effusion (OME) patients is changed after 4 weeks of probiotic product intake. Therefore, bacterial DNA from swabs, fluid and tissue will be isolated via commercially available DNA extraction kits, followed by Illumina MiSeq sequencing in order to identify the bacterial species present in these samples. Furthermore, the c...

Prevalence of Pain Disorders in Employees of IKEA FRANCE Company

In France, the Direction of Research, Studies, Evaluation and Statistics, in their 2015 report on "Chronic pain: the state of health of the population in France - Indicators associated with the Public health ", shows that 34.6% of the working population declare themselves to be facing psycho-social risks, including chronic pain disorders. The main survey conducted in France on chronic pain showed that 32% of French people expressed daily pain for more than 3 months, with 20% r...

Aerobic Exercise and Cognitive Functioning in Women With Breast Cancer

In Canada, approximately 68 women are diagnosed with breast cancer every day. Chemotherapy-related cognitive changes (CRCC) are reported by up to 75% of breast cancer survivors during treatment and symptoms persist in 35% of survivors after treatment. Women report that CRCC negatively impacts their everyday functioning and substantially reduces their overall quality of life. Effective clinical interventions to manage CRCC are elusive. As a result, breast cancer survivors typica...

Maternal Emotions and Diet in Pregnancy

This study seeks to understand how a mother's emotional state in pregnancy influences her biological response to food intake.

Recovery Housing and Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome

Reinforcement-Based Therapy (RBT) is an intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment that includes relapse prevention skills training, goal setting, help with finding employment and abstinence-contingent rent payment for recovery housing in the community. It is meant to provide motivation for continued abstinence while enhancing social stability. In this study, treatment was offered to inner city opiate and cocaine users immediately following a brief medically-supported resid...

Sunday 10th September 2017

Using CBPR to Reduce HIV Risk Among Immigrant Latino MSM

The intervention is based on social cognitive theory and theory of empowerment education and was developed using community-based participatory research (CBPR). This study is a result of a long-term community-university partnership that has used and will continue to use CBPR throughout all phases of research. A total of 21 Latino MSM in rural NC have been screened and recruited to serve as LHAs. The CBPR partnership selected LHAs based on qualities of natural helpers and informa...

Thursday 7th September 2017

The Effectiveness of the Mobile-based Youth COMPASS Program to Promote Adolescent Well-being and Life-control

The aim of this randomized control trial is to examine effectiveness of individually tailored web- and mobile-based Acceptance- and Commitment Therapy interventions to promote adolescents' well-being and life-control and subsequently support their successful transition from basic education to upper secondary education. Our additional aim is to examine to what extent the effectiveness of the intervention varies according to intervention intensity and according to risk for school...

Clinical Trial of Chinese Herbal Medicine for Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF)

This open label clinical study will be conducted in School of Chinese Medicine Clinics at The University of Hong Kong (HKU) to preliminarily determine whether treatment with the herbal formula PROLUNG could improve Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) symptoms, respiratory function and the quality of life of patients with IPF compared with pretreatment baseline. We propose to recruit 30 participants. The diagnosis and screening will be conducted by respiratory physicians. Those ...


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