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Efficacy of a Couple-Focused mHealth Symptom Self-management Program

In this study, the investigators propose to test the efficacy of a couple-focused, web-based tailored prostate cancer symptom management program, Prostate Cancer Education and Resources for Couples (PERC) in a randomized clinical trial. A two-group (PERC versus National Cancer Institute (NCI) website plus treatment as usual) randomized controlled design will be used, and data will be collected at baseline (T1), 4 (T2), 8 (T3), and 12 months (T4) among 250 patients completing in...


Sleep and Inflammatory Resolution Pathway

Goal of this project is to investigate whether increases in inflammation that result from common patterns of restricting sleep on week nights and catching up on sleep over the weekend are caused by disruption in the newly discovered inflammatory resolution pathways. These pathways are crucial in the active termination of the inflammatory response, and their disruption may contribute to ongoing unresolved inflammation, which has been observed not only during periods of sleep res...

HIV Self Testing of Male Partners of Women in PMTCT

The investigators will conduct a randomized trial to evaluate whether provision of oral HIV self-test kits (HIVST) to HIV-positive pregnant women to provide to their male partner, increases the proportion of male partners who test and link to HIV care or prevention, compared to invitation letters for fast track testing. Pregnant women who are randomized to the arm with secondary distribution of HIVST to their male partners will be trained in the use and interpretation of HIVST,...


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Developing Advanced Blood-Brain Barrier Permeability Imaging for Early AD

Aging is the primary risk factor in aging-related dementia. An important initiating factor for the development and progression of cognitive impairment is disruption of the blood-brain barrier (BBB). BBB plays an important role in maintaining normal brain homeostasis and protecting neural tissues from toxins. It is hypothesized that such changes known to be common in aging and can be an early process that precedes Alzheimer's Disease (AD). The microvascular changes related to su...

Sleep Disruption in Post-operative Patients in the Neurocritical Care Unit

The role of sleep in patients admitted to the intensive care unit is an emerging field of research. There have been studies that show patients in the ICU have poor sleep including sleep fragmentation, multiple arousals, decreased stage 3 sleep and reduced REM sleep (1, 2, 3). Causes of poor sleep in the ICU include severity of illness, abnormal light exposure, and frequent arousals for medical care. Not only does poor sleep contribute to reduced cognitive function and delirium,...

PARTNERS HF: Program to Access and Review Trending Information and Evaluate Correlation to Symptoms in Patients With Heart Failure

The purpose of this study is to determine the value of diagnostic data obtained from Medtronic implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) with cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) to evaluate cardiovascular and heart failure related adverse events and health care utilization.

Improving Diabetes Outcomes: a Couples Intervention

Research has shown that diabetes affects both the patient and family, and that support from family and partners helps diabetes patients manage their illness better. However, diabetes programs rarely involve the partner. This is a study to develop and test an intervention that helps partners and patients who have type 2 diabetes better support each other. The intervention will be delivered over the telephone to reach more people. Our hypothesis is that an intervention that targe...

Impact of Hot Flashes on Sleep and Mood Disturbance

We plan to enroll 60 healthy, non-pregnant premenopausal women age 18-45 who do not have hot flashes (in order to have 30 women complete all study procedures) in a trial investigating the impact of hot flashes developed in response to an injection of a GnRH agonist, leuprolide (brand name: Lupron) on sleep disruption and mood. This study is designed to mimic the menopause transition. Based on previous studies, we expect that 2/3 of the women will develop hot flashes, naturall...

Secondary Distribution of HIV Self-tests: an Innovative Strategy for Promoting Partner Testing and Reducing HIV Risk

This cluster randomized trial will assess whether the provision of multiple oral-fluid based HIV self-test kits to HIV-negative women at high risk of acquiring HIV in western Kenya is an approach that promotes HIV testing among women's sexual partners, facilitates better sexual decision making, and reduces women's risk of acquiring HIV.

Treating Patients With Recurrent PCNSL With Carboplatin/BBBD and Adding Rituxan To The Treatment Regimen

RATIONALE: Monoclonal antibodies, such as rituximab, can locate cancer cells and either kill them or deliver cancer-killing substances to them without harming normal cells. Drugs used in chemotherapy, such as carboplatin, cyclophosphamide, etoposide, etoposide phosphate, and cytarabine, use different ways to stop cancer cells from dividing so they stop growing or die. Osmotic blood-brain barrier disruption uses certain drugs to open the blood vessels around the brain and allow ...

The Relationship Between White Matter Hyperintensity With Cognition and Emotion

White matter hyperintensity (WMH) has been found to be related with cognitive and emotional dysfunction. A presumed mechanism is that WMH disrupts the structural connectivity within a large-scale brain network, thereby impairing the brain's ability to integrate the neural processes efficiently. It is not yet clear, what the pattern of brain network disruption relates to WMH and how the brain network disruption induced by WMH has an effect on cognition and emotion performance. U...

Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) Prevention for Homeless at Risk for HBV/Hepatitis C Virus (HCV)/HIV

In this study, researchers from UCLA and Friends Community Center will work together in designing a program to assist young homeless stimulant-using gay and bisexual homeless men to complete the hepatitis vaccine and in reducing drug and sexual activity. Using nurse case management strategies, found successful with homeless adults as well as contingency management strategies, found successful with gay and bisexual homeless adults by the community partners, the investigators wil...

Retrospective Analysis in Quality of Care Measures in Pediatric Adenotonsillectomy Patients

The purpose of this study is to interrogate the Partners for Kids (PFK) and the pediatric health information (PHIS) databases in addition to our own perioperative Nationwide Children's data base to look at outcomes, resource utilization, and cost trends for adenotonsillectomy in the nationally versus locally. The investigators also want compare Nationwide Children's to other regional and national tertiary pediatric institutions.

Cardiovascular Impact, Quality e Quantity of Sleep in Bed Partners of Patients With Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common clinical condition associate with a negative impact not limited to the patients but also to the partner that sleep in the same bed. Is it reasonable to speculate that the partner suffer sleep deprivation, increased level of irritability, insomnia, fatigue, among others due to the loud snoring caused by the OSA patient. Although previous data reported impaired sleep quality in partners of patients with OSA, it is not clear in literature ...

Diabetes Support Project: Couples Intervention

Research has shown that diabetes affects both the patient and family, and that support from family and partners helps diabetes patients manage their illness better. However, diabetes programs rarely involve the partner. The purpose of this study is to test an intervention that helps partners and patients who have type 2 diabetes better support each other. The intervention will be delivered over the telephone to reach more people. Our hypothesis is that an intervention that ...

Care Partners Program

The proposed study will develop and test the efficacy and feasibility of a dyadic-based intervention program (DT), delivered through state-of-the art computer tablet technology. A novel feature of the investigation is its focus on both the caregiver and the recipient of care (person with AD) and the integration of an evidenced-based caregiver intervention and evidenced-based cognitive/functional training for the care recipient. The program will be tailored for the caregiver and...

Use of Mobile Apps for Those With PTSD and Their Partners

In layperson's language state the purpose of the study in 3-5 sentences. Previous research has demonstrated that intimate partners can positively influence those with PTSD to seek treatment. We have preliminary evidence to demonstrate that mobile apps, such as PTSD Coach can be helpful for those with PTSD, and the current study will provide Veterans with PTSD and their partners with a mobile app designed to promote engagement with evidence-based treatments for PTSD. The purpos...

Couples-Based Mindfulness for Young Breast Cancer Survivors

This study aims to improve relationship, psychological, and physical adjustment among young breast cancer survivors (YBCS; diagnosed at age 45 or younger) and their committed/life partners. A mindfulness-based stress reduction(MBSR) intervention has been designed to meet the specific needs for young breast cancer survivors and their partners. The intervention will be administered via a mobile/computer application (i.e., "app"), using a Android tablet supplied by the study. Befo...

Project Powerfood: Promoting Food Security, Equity, and Health

Project Powerfood is a pilot program aimed at addressing food insecurity and food access in primary care through the implementation of a food prescription program in collaboration with a number of community partners. The objectives of this project are: 1. Implement screening for food insecurity in adult and pediatric primary care practices at Mount Sinai. 2. Provide fresh fruit and vegetable "prescriptions" to be redeemed for farm shares from local partner...

Computerized HIV/Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Prevention Program

The purpose of the current study is to test a computerized HIV/STD prevention program with heterosexual African Americans. The hypothesis is that those exposed to the program will increase their correct and consistent use of condoms compared to those not exposed to the program.

Clinical Intervention in Frail Older People (FRAILCLINIC)

Frailty is the main risk factor for the development of incident disability in older people and one of the most important for other adverse outcomes (death, hospitalisation, falls, and permanent institutionalisation). Although frailty is a frequent condition in older adults who attend hospitals, little is known about its true prevalence in different settings of care. Better knowledge of this issue will inform the rational design of more effective strategies aimed at providing f...

IVM for Patients With Low Ovarian Response. Does it Improve IVFoutcomes and Does it Improve the Following IVF Cycle?

Poor ovarian response (POR) is one of the major therapeutic challenges in in vitro fertilization. Several therapeutic approaches for POR have been explored; yet, a single effective strategy has not yet been established. Recently, a live birth was reported after ovarian cortex fragmentation and in vitro disruption of the Hippo signaling pathway and activation of Akt signaling. During IVM procedure increased mechanical stimulation of the ovarian cortex takes place. , with the con...

Intervention to Assist MSM Disclose HIV Status to Casual Sex Partners

Men who have sex with men (MSM) remain disproportionately represented in the national HIV/AIDS statistics. Little progress has been made in understanding the nuances of MSM sexual behavior or communication that may be perpetuating the spread of HIV. Non-disclosure of an HIV-positive status may be a key factor responsible for male-male HIV transmission. There are no known intervention programs whose primary focus is to help MSM develop requisite skills to disclose their status t...

Effectiveness of a Mindfulness and Compassion Intervention for Pregnant Women and Their Partners for the Prevention of Stress and Depression During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

The aim of this study is to assess a mindfulness and compassion group intervention for pregnant women and their partners (8 weeks) for the prevention, reduction and treatment of stress, negative affect and depression in pregnancy and breastfeeding. This group intervention will also be compared with a Treatment as usual (TAU) group consisting in a childbirth education class taught by the Health Center midwife. The principal hypothesis is that the mindfulness and compassion inter...

RVA Breathes: A Richmond City Collaboration to Reduce Pediatric Asthma Disparities

The goal of this study is to evaluate a sustainable, community-engaged program to reduce asthma disparities among 5 to 11-year-old children in Richmond, Virginia. Richmond, an urban center, has been named the Asthma Capital, or "most challenging place to live in the U.S. with asthma," by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation three times in the last 5 years. To date, however, the city has no comprehensive, community-engaged asthma care program for those children at highest risk for ...


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