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ENACT Memory Group Visits

The Advance Care Planning Group Visit intervention is a new intervention that uses the strengths of group visits to promote advance care planning conversations and documentation. However, the Advance Care Planning Group Visit intervention was initially designed for individuals without cognitive impairment. This study will specifically investigate ways to adapt the Advance Care Planning Group Visit intervention for individuals with amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment.


The Life Participation for Parents as an Outcome Measure

Data was collected from Parents of children who were receiving occupational therapy services. Three assessment tools were used: 1. Life Participation for Parents, 2. Infant Toddler Sensory Profile, and 3) Child Behavior Checklist. Data was used to pursue 2 investigations. 1. Is the Life Participation for Parents responsive to change after intervention? 2. Are there correlations between child behavior, child sensory processing, and parental participation in thei...

Triple P for Parents of Children With a Diagnosis of Cancer

The purpose of the study is to assess the characteristics of parents who enroll in parenting interventions and to assess the utility and efficacy of a self-directed Triple-P intervention for parents of children with a diagnosis of cancer. The study aims to recruit parent(s) or primary caregiver of children with a diagnosis of cancer.Participants will be parents of children aged between 3-10 years who have had a diagnosis of cancer for 6 months or more. Recruitment will take pla...


Intervention to Promote Advance Care Planning for Older Adults in the Emergency Department

There is an urgent need to increase advance care planning among older adults in order to ensure that patients receive care of the end of life that is consistent with their values and preferences. Emergency departments (EDs) provide an opportunity to reach a large proportion of older adults who have not yet completed advance care planning at a time when they are likely to recognize the need for such planning. The purpose of this pilot is to examine the potential of a video-suppo...

Online Asthma Self-Management for Children Aged 5-10 and Their Parents

The potential benefits of this research to public health include improved understanding of cultural factors in pediatric asthma self-management, improved self-management skills for children, and better asthma management skills for their parents. This could result in eased suffering and improved quality of life for millions of children and their families, and also reduce the economic burden borne by society in the forms of medical expenditures and lost productivity.

Evaluation of an Advance Care Planning Activity: Feasibility Testing for a Randomized Controlled Trial

The overarching goal of this project is to facilitate engagement of individuals in effective advance care planning (ACP). Our specific objective is to conduct a randomized, controlled trial to determine whether playing a structured conversation game will increase the likelihood that participants will complete advance directives and perform other ACP behaviors compared to those who are provided with only standard ACP educational materials.

Advance Care Planning Coaching for Patients With Chronic Kidney Disease

This project will develop and test a model intervention for Advance Care Planning (ACP) for patients with advanced chronic kidney disease (CKD) cared for in nephrology clinics that have the capacity to consult with or refer to palliative care. Specifically, we will compare the effectiveness of having a trained ACP coach meet in person with patients to discuss their goals and preferences vs. providing patients with a packet of material to review on their own and then discuss wit...

An Intervention Study To Improve HPV Immunization in Haitian and African American Girls

In the United States, Black women are more likely to die of cervical cancer than White women. In developing countries and globally, Haitian immigrant women are more likely to die of cervical cancer than any other women in the world. Studies have shown a disparity in parental acceptance of the HPV vaccine with parents of Black adolescent girls being less likely to accept and comply with HPV immunization schedules than Whites. The objective of this study is to increase HPV imm...

Consumer Engagement to Increase Advance Care Planning

The specific aims of the project are: 1) to test the effectiveness of consumer-directed financial incentives paired with provider-directed financial incentives, compared to provider-directed financial incentives alone, for increasing advance care planning (ACP) among Medicaid beneficiaries; and 2) to assess perceptions regarding the appropriateness of consumer-directed financial incentives for ACP among study participants. The investigators hypothesize that consumer-directed fi...

Parental Knowledge and Beliefs About Infant Sleep Position

In the United States, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)is the leading cause of death in infants between the ages of 1 and 12 months. The etiology of SIDS is still not clear although a number of risk factors have been identified. Sleeping on the stomach has been identified as a major risk for SIDS. The rates of SIDS have dropped substantially in countries in which the usual sleep position has changed from the stomach to the side or back. Back sleep has been shown to be the mo...

Educational Intervention on Weight Management in Chinese-American Children

A randomized study is proposed to determine effects of 8 weeks of an interactive multimedia educational program compared to waiting list control group on improving health and weight status in Chinese-American children, ages 8 and 10, over a 6 months period. A total of 60 Chinese-American children and their families will be randomized to either the intervention group or waiting list control group. The intervention is based on Social Cognitive Theory and principles of Chinese cu...

Timely End-of-Life Communication to Parents of Children With Brain Tumors

A national priority for health care providers is to initiate early communication about palliative and end-of-life care (PC/EOL) for children with a poor prognosis. Communication about prognosis and advanced care planning is critical to empowering parents to make decisions about PC/EOL for their children. A single-group study to refine and pilot test a PC/EOL communication intervention is entitled, Communication Plan: Early through End of Life (COMPLETE). COMPLETE is designed to...

American Ginseng in Treating Patients With Fatigue Caused by Cancer

RATIONALE: American ginseng may reduce fatigue in patients with cancer. It is not yet known whether American ginseng is more effective than a placebo in treating cancer-related fatigue. PURPOSE: This randomized phase III trial is studying American ginseng to see how well it works in treating patients with fatigue caused by cancer.

Child-Physician Recommendation on Parental Adherence to Colorectal Cancer Screening

Physician recommendation has been shown to be one of the most significant predictors for colorectal cancer (CRC) screening. This study aims to identify the amount of parents of internal medicine residents at NYU who are eligible for CRC screening but have not received it. Investigators will perform an intervention and quantify the amount of parents eligible for CRC screening after the intervention. This study will entail sending 2 brief surveys (one before the intervention and ...

Integrated Multidisciplinary Patient and Family Advance Care Planning Trial

The purpose of this study is to compare ways to engage sick patients and their family members in Advance Care Planning (ACP) discussions. Two pathways will be tested, discussions using a Nurse Navigator led pathway versus usual care.

Attitudes, Beliefs, and Preferences of Older Stage I-III Breast Cancer Survivors Towards Physical Activity

This clinical trial studies the attitudes, beliefs, and preferences of older stage I-III breast cancer survivors towards physical activity. Studies have shown that older African-American and women of lower socioeconomic status are more likely than their Caucasian counterparts and women of higher socioeconomic status to have functional disability at the time of a new breast cancer diagnosis. Functional disability is the inability to independently complete activities of daily liv...

WAVe Study - Weight Adjusted Dalteparin for Patients Over 90 kg With Acute Cancer Associated Venous Thromboembolism

Cancer patients that develop blood clots are treated with low molecular weight heparin injections (LMWH). One kind of these LMWHs, dalteparin, has its dose determined based on a patient's weight using a formula of 200 international units (IU) per kilogram (kg). The current dosing of dalteparin approved by Health Canada has a maximum daily dose of 18 000 IU/day which is weight-adjusted for patients up to 90 kg. Any patient weighing more than 90 kg would take the same dosage rega...

Psychological Benefits of Camping in Treating Children With Cancer

RATIONALE: Children with cancer who go camping with other patients may have improved quality of life, self-esteem, and relationships with parents, family, and peers. PURPOSE: Clinical trial to study the psychological benefits of a 1-week camping trip for children with cancer.

Teachers and Parents as Partners During Middle School

There are two aims of this study (a) to examine the effect of Teachers and Parents as Partners on student, parent, and teacher outcomes in middle school and (b) identify barriers and facilitators to implementing Teachers and Parents as Partners in middle school for students with behavior concerns.

Teachers and Parents as Partners During Middle School RCT

There are two aims of this study (a) to examine the effect of Teachers and Parents as Partners on student, parent, and teacher outcomes in middle school and (b) identify barriers and facilitators to implementing Teachers and Parents as Partners in middle school for students with behavior concerns.

HIV Prevention Program for African American Teen Males

The purpose of this study is to test if sexual health interventions can reduce the incidence of STIs among African American teens (15 to 21 years old). By doing this study, we hope to help African American teens improve their condom use skills and encourage them to use condoms more frequently. If the number of STIs in this population can be decreased, the health of African American teen males will greatly improve. We also believe that sexual partners (typically African American...

Evaluation of an Interactive Opioid Risk Education Program (STOMP) for Parents

Millions of children and adolescents are prescribed opioid pain relievers each year, placing them at risk for serious adverse events and misuse in the home setting. Parents who manage these medicines, therefore, need to recognize opioid-related risks and make decisions that will both reduce these risks yet ensure effective pain relief for their children. The proposed research will evaluate new strategies to help parents learn about opioid risks, make safe and effective analgesi...

Intranasal Retinoic Acid Treatment for Patients With OlfactoryLOSS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

About One to 2 percent of the North American population below the age of 65 years experience olfactory loss to a significant degree. It can result from advanced age, Post-infestious/inflammatory disorders, Obstructive disorders (e.g. nasal polyposis, tumors), posttraumatic (head trauma) and neurodegenerative disorders. Only a few studies have shown benefits of specific therapy for olfactory loss. Vitamin has shown promise from both animal and human studies. However, none has s...

Study of the Quality of Sleep of Parents of Premature Children Compared to Parents of Full-term Children

This study evaluate the incidence of sleep disorders in parents of premature children hospitalized in unit care of neonatalogy or intensive unit care of neonatalogy, compared to parents of full-term child in maternity.

Advance Care Planning & Goals of Care Randomized Controlled Trial in Primary Care

Sometimes people with health conditions become ill suddenly and can no longer speak for themselves and another person (such as a family member) will make health care decisions for them. This means it is important for people to think about their wishes and tell others about them. This is called advance care planning. When people have done advance care planning, if they become very sick and cannot speak for themselves they are more likely to get the kind of health care they want ...


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