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EXTEND (International): Extending the Time for Thrombolysis in Emergency Neurological Deficits (International)

The primary hypothesis being tested in this trial is that ischaemic stroke patients selected with significant penumbral mismatch (according to imaging criteria) at 4.5 (or 3 hours depending on local guidelines) - 9 hours post onset of stroke or after 'wake up stroke' (WUS) will have improved clinical outcomes when given intravenous tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) compared to placebo.


To Evaluate the Paediatric Analgesia Slide

The Paediatric Analgesia Slide is a device developed for parents. Its development follows research into the Paediatric Analgesia Wheel, a device intended for use by hospital doctors. Previous research has shown the benefit of using aids such as the Paediatric Analgesia Wheel when simulating prescribing to children in hospital. At present, it is unknown whether this concept can be extended to use by parents when administering paracetamol to their children at home.

Preventing Depression in the Children of Depressed African American Mothers

This study will test a program for preventing depression from developing in the children of depressed African American mothers.


To Determine the Measurement Properties of the ACT in an African American Adolescent Population With Persistent Asthma

Purpose: To determine the measurement properties of the asthma control test (ACT) in a prospective clinical study in an African American adolescent population.

The Cost-efficacy of Psychological Intervention for Strengthening Parental Authority Among Parents of Diabetic Adolescents With Poor Glycemic Control

A three arms, open, randomized interventional study including 100 participants in order to evaluate the cost-efficacy of psychological intervention for strengthening parental authority among parents of diabetic adolescents with poor glycemic control. All participants will be randomized into three groups:1.The first group will get a psychological treatment in order to strengthen the parent's authority. 2.The second group will get an education of a nurse and a dietician. 3.The ...

Reducing Arrhythmia in Dialysis by Adjusting the Rx Electrolytes/Ultrafiltration, Study A

The primary purpose of this study is to test the feasibility of trials which change the dialysate (dialysis bath prescription) of potassium and bicarbonate according to a standardized algorithm and according to the results of blood testing performed prior to each dialysis. In addition, the trial will provide estimates of the extent to which performing dialysis in this way lowers the risk of abnormal heart rhythms in people with kidney failure who are being treated with chronic ...

Does Dapagliflozin Provide Additional Health Benefits To Dietary Counseling For Weight Loss?

Dapagliflozin is a medicine to treat diabetes. Its mechanism of action is via sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibition. In adults with diabetes, use of sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 inhibitors is associated with moderate weight (fat) loss, in addition to other health benefits, including decreased blood pressure, decreased inflammation, and decreased oxidative stress. It is unclear as to whether these health benefits are due to SGLT2 inhibition per se, or as a second...

Reduction of Environmental Tobaacco Smoke (ETS) Exposure In Pediatric Cancer Patients

SMOKN5 is aimed at studying ways to reduce environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) for children who are being treated for cancer. The study includes St. Jude parents whose child lives with at least one adult smoker who exposes the child to ETS, also called "secondhand smoke." We are comparing two groups of parents to see which group results in lower ETS exposure levels for the child being treated with cancer. The first group will receive the standard information and advice usually...

Effects of Infant Massage on Acceptance, Commitment and Conscience of Influence of Parents With Down Syndrome Babies

This study aims to analyze whether the course of infant massage serves as a tool to improve acceptance, commitment and awareness of influence of parents of babies with Down syndrome. These variables will be measure before and after the course of infant massage in the experimental group, investigators will make measurements with the same rate in the control group, but they will receive the course after the measurements.

Barriers to Adherence to Asthma Controller Meds in Low Income Urban Minority Adolescents

Poor adherence to appropriate asthma medications is an important risk factor contributing to high asthma morbidity and mortality in urban African American adolescents. As part of the ADEPT (Adolescent Disease Empowerment and Persistency Technology) for Asthma Pilot 2 study, a focus group was developed specifically to explore existing barriers to adherence among inner city African American adolescent asthmatics.

Reducing HIV Stigma for African American Women

African American women account for 66% of HIV infections in women in the U.S., AIDS is a leading cause of death for African American women, and African Americans have the lowest medication adherence rates compared to other groups in the U.S. One of the reasons for low medication adherence among African Americans is fear of stigma. HIV stigma has been linked to depression, psychological distress, poor quality of life, poor medication adherence and service utilization contributin...

International Travel Patterns and Risk Behaviour of Breast Cancer, Lymphoma Patients and Bone Marrow Transplant Recipients

This study also aims to raise awareness among both patients and health-care providers about the importance of pre-travel health consultation and preventive interventions prior to international travel. Through appropriate health counseling, cancer patients will have less risk of having travel -related health complications and thus have a better quality of life and overall improved sense of wellbeing.

Smart and Secure Children Program for Preschool Obesity

Many behavioral interventions designed to improve dietary patterns for ethnic and racial/minority preschoolers have produced modest outcomes. A limitation of these interventions include a failure to address key factors associated with dietary patterns for these children, such as parental stress levels. Therefore, the identification of intervention models that target these factors and are effective, acceptable, and feasible among parents of young minority children is important. ...

A Network Intervention for Reducing Sexual Risk for HIV With African American Men Who Have Sex With Men (AA MSM)

The purpose of the study is to examine the efficacy of a network-oriented "outreach intervention" to reduce HIV and sexually transmitted infection (STI) related risk behaviors among African American men who have sex with men (AA MSM)and their social network. The hypothesis is to determine whether the new intervention is more efficacious at reducing high risk sexual behaviors than the standard normal of care provided to the public (a single session of individual HIV counseling a...

Arab American Women's Health Study

This study evaluates how Arab American women's cultural values and sexual health are related to their physical and emotional health. The study will also examine whether engaging in a sexual health interview affects women's physical and emotional health.

Comparison Between Two Operational Techniques for Total Knee Replacement

Advance Knee osteoarthritis is treated by Total knee replacement. Since the first TKR in 1973 there has been continuous advance in implant technology as well as operative technique, yet current patient satisfaction after the procedure is accepted to be about 80%. There are a few operative techniques to perform TKR. Until recently the most common technique is the anterior approach to the knee and then using mechanical instrumentation to make the bone cuts for the femur and tibi...

Trial of Enhanced Pre-Consent Discussion

Nested within the COMBINE pragmatic clinical trial, the investigators will conduct a cluster randomized controlled trial to determine whether, in parents (of children with Crohn's Disease) or patients > 18 years old being approached for trial participation, a pre-consent discussion enhanced with decision aids is more effective than the standard pre-consent discussion in transferring knowledge to parents/patients related to trial participation.

Evaluation of Parent Intervention for Challenging Behaviour in Children With Intellectual Disabilities (EPICC-ID)

About 1-2% of the population have a Learning disability (LD). This is a lifelong condition characterised by an IQ less than 70, general developmental delay and limitations in day to day activities. Children and adults with LD are some of the most under-served groups in society, with well documented health disparities and at four times the risk of developing a mental disorder. Reports indicate that challenging behaviour, e.g. temper tantrums, aggression or self injury, occurs in...

An ED-based RCT of Lethal Means Counseling for Parents of At-Risk Youth

The National Action Alliance to Prevent Suicide recently released a research agenda aimed at significantly reducing suicide over the next decade (Prevention, 2014). Aspirational Goal 12, "Reduce access to lethal means that people use to attempt suicide," calls for identifying effective strategies to reduce a suicidal person's access to firearms and other lethal means (Barber & Miller, 2014). A promising strategy is to counsel patients seen in the emergency department (ED) for ...

Collaborative Assessment of ICU Recovery Needs

The primary purpose of this study is to better understand the impact of the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) THRIVE Collaboratives on patients, their families and clinicians. The investigators have formed an international and interprofessional evaluative team with experts in the field in an effort to explore interactions between survivors and THRIVE. This approach is reflective of the international ethos of SCCM and its collaboratives, with the potential to impro...

Medical Treatment Decision Making Using Adaptive Conjoint Analysis

In the setting of progressive or recurrent cancer, adolescent and young adult (AYA) patients, parents, and healthcare providers (HCP) are faced with multiple therapeutic options. Each treatment option has a unique risk/benefit ratio, resulting in a need to trade one desirable outcome for another or accept acute toxicities and treatment-related morbidity to increase the chance of survival. Adding to the complexity of this decision, stake holders characterize and value the risk/b...

The Influence of Education of Medical Team on Duration of Fasting Before Elective Medical Interventions Performed Under General Anesthesia in Children

The purpose of the study is to examine if an education program of the medical teams can help implementation of of NPO (nothing-per-os)orders in children before anesthesia for ambulatory medical interventions under anesthesia and decrease unnecessary long fasting. We shall ask parents of such children to fill in a questionnaire regarding pre-anesthesia fasting and regular eating and drinking habits. Thereafter, all medical teams involved with the administration of NPO orders wil...

MEDI-524 (Motavizumab) for the Prevention of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Disease Among Native American Indian Infants in the Southwestern United States

This study (MI-CP117) is a Phase 3, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial designed to determine if MEDI-524 compared to placebo will result in clinical efficacy in the reduction of RSV hospitalization in otherwise healthy Native American Indian Infants in the Southwestern United States during their first RSV season.

Posttraumatic Symptoms Among Toddlers and Their Parents Following Exposure to Terrorism

The project utilize experience and knowledge gained from previous early childhood projects in NYC post 9/11 and Sderot. The overall goals are: 1. Identifying young children (under 6 years old) and their parents who are suffering from posttraumatic distress in the aftermath of the continuing conflict on Gaza border, Israel. 2. Increasing the capacity of local institutions to treat toddlers and families at risk. 3. Providing resilience –building servi...

Facebook to Promote Physical Activity in Black Women African American Women

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the feasibility of a social media and text-message-delivered, Social Cognitive Theory-based, culturally relevant intervention designed to promote physical activity among African American women. An 8-week, 2-arm randomized trial will be implemented. Arm 1 will receive a culturally-relevant, technology-based physical activity intervention delivered via Facebook and text messages. Arm 2 (Comparison Group) will receive a standard print-base...


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