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10:31 EST 19th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Quality of the End of Life Care

End-of life care is one of the principle components of cancer care. Measurement of the quality of care provided for end-of-life cancer patients is an important issue. Recently there has been an increased emphasis on measuring and monitoring the quality of cancer care for the purpose of improving clinical practice. Despite increasing attention paid to end-of-life care in recent years, many studies have described difficulties in the final phase of life, including problems with ac...


m-Palliative Care Link: Improving Palliative Care for Late Stage Tanzanian Cancer Patients

This work aims to improve late-stage cancer patients' access to high quality, patient-centered symptom assessment and control via the creation, field test, and outcomes assessment of a scalable mobile application (mPalliative Care Link; mPCL)—built around a locally-validated Palliative care Outcome Scale— that links a limited pool of existing Tanzanian palliative care specialists with patients, lay/family caregivers, and local health workers.

Intervention to Improve Care at Life's End

The BEACON trial (Best Practices for End-of-Life Care for Our Nations' Veterans) was a six-site implementation study to evaluate a multi-component, education-based intervention to improve the quality of end-of-life care provided in VA Medical Centers.


Buprenorphine and Integrated HIV Care Evaluation

The purpose of this study is to assess the feasibility, cost and effectiveness of interventions designed to integrate buprenorphine treatment for opioid dependence into HIV primary care in ten HIV care centers in the U.S.

The Vitreous Proteome and Inflammatory Mediators in Ocular Inflammatory Disease

This study will examine the proteins of people with uveitis, or inflammation of the eyes. Evaluating the vitreous, the colorless transparent substance that fills the eyeball in back of the lens, is now possible with the use of new microtechnology. There is an opportunity to evaluate the kinds of proteins that are present in severe, noninfectious sight-threatening uveitis. Patients ages 18 and older who have been enrolled in the Multicenter Uveitis Steroid Treatment (MUST...

Glucose to Goal: A Model to Support Diabetes Management in Primary Care

Diabetes education is a very important part of diabetes care. Most people with diabetes receive care in primary care practices where diabetes education is not always available. This project tests a model designed to improve access to diabetes education services.

Transfusion-related EBV Infection Among Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplant Pediatric Recipients

In many countries, numerous steps are taken to minimize the risk of infection from transfused blood products. Typically, blood banking organisations will screen for an array of infectious pathogens as part of their quality control protocol. While transmission of these tested agents via transfusion has become exceedingly rare, the risk of transfusion-transmitted infections for which testing is not currently performed continues to be a concern. Among these untested infectious age...

Quality End-of-Life Care in Nursing Homes

The purpose of this study is to examine key organizational structures and processes (leadership, teamwork, communication, palliative care) and their impact on the quality of end-of-life care for dying residents and their family members.

What Happens in Vegas: PEP to PrEP Opportunities

Observational study looking at barriers to care for individuals seeking care, Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) after an actual or perceived exposure to HIV. Following PEP treatment subjects will be asked about there intent to transition to Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and surveyed about barriers to care or perceptions of care

Study of the Sensitivity of Manual vs Electric Aspiration to Detect Completed Early Abortion

With sensitive urine pregnancy tests, women are now able to confirm very early pregnancies. However, approximately one third of abortion facilities do not offer abortions at less than six weeks of pregnancy. Providers may be concerned that they will be unable to identify products of conception (POCs) in uterine aspirates after early abortion and about the time, cost and risk associated with following serum hCG levels when completed abortion cannot be confirmed by gross inspect...

Benfotiamine Effect on Advanced Glycation End Products(AGEs) and Soluble Receptors for AGEs(sRAGE) in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.

Several mechanisms have been implicated in the pathophysiology of the complications of diabetes mellitus (DM), one of them is the formation and accumulation of a heterogeneous group of compounds called advanced glycation end products (AGEs). The interaction of these compounds with their receptor, the receptor for advanced glycation end products (RAGE) triggers several signalling pathways which will lead to increase in inflammatory molecules and enhanced reactive oxygen species....

Advance Care Planning at London Health Sciences Centre

All patients admitted to London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) are asked to indicate their preferences for CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and other life-sustaining treatments that necessitate an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) admission. Complex, high-risk patients at LHSC require multiple admissions to the hospital towards their end-of-life (EOL). Documentation of their resuscitation status should be a part of a broader dialogue with patients around their goals of care (GOC) an...

Improving Cancer Family Caregivers' Knowledge and Communication About Care Options

The purpose of this two-year mixed methods study is to develop and test an intervention to improve cancer family caregivers' knowledge of care options (curative, palliative, and hospice care) and goals of care communication as part of a self-management (SM) training program. The two specific aims of this project are to: 1. Develop a psycho-educational intervention called Managing Cancer Care: A Caregiver's Guide (MCC-CG), for family caregivers of patients with br...

Improving Staff Attitudes and Care for People With Dementia: eLearning

The primary objective of this study is to determine whether a Person Centred Care online training programme confers significant benefit in terms of improving staff attitudes and quality of care of residents with dementia living in care homes, in comparison to enhanced usual training for professional care staff. There is considerable interest in e-learning and dementia from care home providers. Significant investment has been made into the production of resources for care staff...

Clinical Validation of Nutritional Supplements("Ketogenic Plus") Developed for Pancreaticobiliary Cancer Patients

Decreased bowel function and loss of appetite in patients who underwent pancreaticobiliary surgery contribute impaired nutritional status in postoperative period. It can also affect perioperative and oncologic outcomes negatively. Therefore it is important to improve nutritional status in postoperative period by supply tailor-made optimal diets. The investigators have developed customized postoperative diets and products for pancreaticobiliary cancer patients. This time, newly ...

Primary Dependence to Analgesic Drugs

Abuse of analgesics represents an important part of prescription drug abuse. The consequences in terms of morbidity and mortality at the population level could reach worryingly high levels, as illustrated by the US context. This issue should not focus only on opioid analgesics, but must also account for some antiepileptics or antidepressants with abuse potential (for example, pregabalin or gabapentin). In France, reports related to tramadol abuse are increasing, in particular s...

Buprenorphine and Integrated HIV Care

The purpose of this study is to examine the efficacy of providing two levels of psychosocial support along with buprenorphine/naloxone (BUP) maintenance to opioid dependent patients receiving their care in an HIV clinical care setting.

Study to Improve Care for Veterans During Serious Illness

Improving end-of-life care is of critical importance to the VA as it faces an increasingly aging and dying veteran population. Previous work within and outside of the VA has demonstrated serious deficiencies in the quality of care delivered near the end of life. Moreover, veterans in the VA system suffer from a higher rate of chronic and life-limiting illnesses and decrements in health-related quality of life compared with the age-matched controls. In FY2000 approximately 104,0...

Spine Pain INtervention to Enhance Care Quality And Reduce Expenditure

Low back and neck pain are among the leading causes of medical visits, lost productivity and disability. There is an urgent need to identify effective and efficient ways of helping subjects with acute spine pain while guiding practitioners towards high-value care. This trial will be a block and cluster-randomized open-label multi-centered pragmatic randomized clinical trial comparing healthcare spending and clinical outcomes for subjects with spine pain of less than six weeks d...

Vitamin D Increases Serum Levels of the Soluble Receptor for Advanced Glycation End Products in Women With PCOS

The purpose of this study is to investigate the mechanism that explain the beneficial clinical effect of vitamin D treatment in women with PCOS.

Remote Access to Care, Everywhere, for Parkinson Disease

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the feasibility, efficacy and the value of providing care to individuals with Parkinson disease directly into their homes. The specific aims are: 1. To demonstrate the feasibility of conducting remote evaluations of patients with Parkinson disease nationally; 2. To measure the impact of remote care on each patient's ability to improve his or her quality of life (QoL) and better manage his or her Parkinson ...

Critical Care EEG Course

Knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of electroencephalography would enable medical and nursing staffs to provide efficient and effective bedside EEG monitoring in critically ill patients. The aim of this study is to evaluate the ability of a 10-points EEG teaching program to allow bedside caregivers (medical and nursing intensive care unit staff) interpreting EEG in the critical care setting.

Stepped Care for Depression and Musculoskeletal Pain

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of a stepped care approach in treating depression and reducing pain.

A Study Comparing Pemetrexed Plus Best Supportive Care Versus Best Supportive Care Alone in the Treatment of Mesothelioma

Based on results from earlier clinical trials, Pemetrexed may have antitumor activity as a first-line agent in the treatment of mesothelioma. Given this, it is hypothesized that Pemetrexed may be active in second-line mesothelioma in which the standard treatment is best supportive care. This study will compare survival of previously treated patients with malignant pleural mesothelioma who receive Pemetrexed plus best supportive care to the survival of similar patients who rece...

Palliative Outcome Evaluation Muenster I

For patients with an advanced disease and their families an excellent and compassionate care is essential. However, in hospitals optimal end-of-life care is not yet fully realized and patient's needs are often not met. Palliative care is able to increase patients' quality of life and to carefully meet their and their families' needs. To improve the awareness of unmet needs patient-reported outcome measurement has been the pivot of latest palliative care research. Besides the i...


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