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TICOP Mobile App and E-platform: Providing Information and Support for Parents Caring for Their Child Cancer Survivor

This study aims to develop a mobile App (named "TICOP") for parents of a childhood cancer survivor and an E-Platform for health professionals which work in pediatric oncology area. The core objective is to evaluate the effects of these two digital tools (mobile app and platform) in the detection and prevention among parents of a childhood cancer survivor.


Health Literacy in Adults

Currently, both oral and written health education make certain assumptions about the health literacy of patients and their parents. The prevalence of health literacy issues is unknown in the adult congenital heart disease (CHD) population. Having a better understanding of a patient's and/or their parents' health literacy will help us develop appropriate education and teaching tools to meet the patient's and their parents' needs.

Reliability of Subjective Assessment of Fever by Parents and Health Care Providers in Children and Adolescents

Background: Fever is a widespread symptom in many diseases. Therefore, its value and diagnostic importance are well known. Fever in children is one of the common reasons for a visit to the pediatrician. Also, taking temperature is a very simple action and accessible to the general public. Temperature is measured in various parts of the body by using medical equipment. The type of method and thermometer varies according to the patient's age but often temperature is estima...


Determinants of Patient Delay in Doctor Consultation in Oeso-gastric Cancers

This study evaluates the role of socioeconomic and individual factors in the onset of the first symptoms of cancer and the first consultation with a doctor (patient delay) in oeso-gastric cancer.

Interactive Parent-Targeted Text Messaging in Pediatric Clinics to Reduce Caries Among Urban Children

This is a 3 year clincal study, to test the efficacy of a parent-targeted text message-based intervention program on caries incidence and oral health behaviors (child and parent). Parents (n= 850) across all pediatric clinic sites (Boston Medical Center and Community Health Centers (CHCs); DotHouse CHC and Codman Square CHC) will be randomized to receive either text messages (TMs) regarding oral health or TMs regarding child wellness. The study will enroll English and Spanish s...

ParentLink: Better and Safer Emergency Care for Children

The emergency department (ED) constitutes a high-risk environment for errors and poor quality of care. Pediatric patients are at increased risk of medical errors. We postulate that implementation of a patient-centered health information technology - ParentLink - can address system-level deficiencies and the unique “just-in-time” information needs of ED physicians and the parents of ill children. The proposed work delivers an innovative product – an electronic interface l...

Participation and Environment Measure-Plus (PEM-Plus) Care Planning Intervention

The goal of the proposed research is to achieve a major advance in promoting effective and efficient delivery of pediatric rehabilitation services for young children with developmental disabilities and delays. The investigative team will examine the usability, feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary effects of PEM+, an innovative web-based (mobile friendly) guide for care planning by parents of young children with developmental disabilities and delays. PEM+ is designed in p...

Impact of Parent's Presence in Neonatology

Every year 75000 new-born babies are hospitalized in neonatology yard in France with about 60000 born prematurely. Studies showed that parents presence is good for the baby development , decrease the stress due to hospitalization.It's also efficient for the attachment between the baby and parents. Although the team try to settle a good atmosphere to establish this link and let parents take their position,it seems that the time taken to stay with the baby is less moreover the ...

An Intervention to Address Parental Smoking During the Postpartum Hospitalization.

The purpose of the study is to find better ways to help parents quit smoking, thus improving their own health, the health of their children, and the health of other family members. This study tested the feasibility and acceptability of enrolling parents into a telephone quitline during postpartum hospitalization. Half of the parents in the study received quit smoking assistance (intervention group), and half of the parents did not (control group). The percentage of parental smo...

Actigraphy in Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension

Physical activity is an important factor in understanding how diseases can affect a child. Decreases in physical activity are sometimes the first thing that happens before a child is diagnosed with a disease. When a child sees their doctor, that visit reflects a single point in time. It does not capture how a child feels during the days in between visits to their doctor. This study plans to use special monitors called actigraphs to collect information about physical activity in...

Study to Develop a Reliable Nomogram That Incorporates Clinical and Genetic Information

In this research study, the investigators are trying to find a better way to set the dose of a common blood-thinning medication. Patients with blood clots or a risk of blood clots (or stroke) sometimes have to take an approved medication called warfarin. Warfarin is a commonly prescribed, approved blood thinning medicine taken by mouth. There is a certain level of warfarin that is best for each patient at a particular time. It is hard for a doctor to choose and maintain the ri...

Influenza Vaccination for Parents and Other Caregivers in the Pediatric Medical Home

We hypothesize that when offered influenza vaccine at little or no cost, in a setting where the value of the vaccine is connected to one's high risk child, vaccination rates for parents will approach 90-95%, similar to rates obtained in the NICU environment.

The Effect of Whiteboards on Patient Satisfaction

These days, particularly over the last decade, attention is being paid to the opinion of the patient and, in the case of pediatrics, the patient's family. Unfortunately, recent work has shown that this remains an imperfect process. Studies of inpatient families show that parents often leave hospital with only a minimal idea of side effects of drugs, who they can contact in the event that something goes wrong, and even something as simple as the date of the next medical visit. I...

Can Parental Activation Over the Internet Improve Pediatric Preventive Care?

This study is a randomized controlled trial of an evidence based, patient specific web site's ability to improve preventive practices in pediatric care. Parents visit the website within 2 weeks of a scheduled well child visit and are presented with a menu of age specific topics that they can read about as they wish.

PROS Brief Smoking Cessation Counseling in Pediatric Practice to Reduce Secondhand Smoke Exposure of Young Children

The investigators' long-term goal is to improve the quality of services targeting the prevention of secondhand smoke (SHS). Their specific aims are to: - refine components of office systems and counseling interventions for parental tobacco control in pediatric outpatient settings; and - pilot test the feasibility and efficacy of a parental tobacco control randomized controlled trial in pediatric office settings using 5 intervention and 5 comparison ...

Survey on Belgian Patients Suffering From Irregular Heartbeat and Starting Treatment With a Drug to Prevent Blood Clots in Blood Vessels and the Heart. This Study is Also Called BELANCOS.

In this study researchers want to learn more about the patient's and treating doctor's concerns about possible bleedings during treatment with drugs preventing blood clots in blood vessels and the heart - so called blood thinner. The study also wants to find out more about the patient's knowledge on the importance, risks and benefits of treatment with this drug group. Patients with irregular heartbeat not caused by valvular heart disease who will start treatment with a b...

Development of a Resiliency Training Program for Parents of Children With Specific Learning Disabilities

This study has three aims: Phase I: Through focus group interviews with expert clinicians, leaders of organizations, and parents with children with special needs, this study aims to identify the psychosocial needs of parents of children with learning disabilities, specifically a) the types of concerns that parents find most difficult and stressful b) areas of concern that lack support and resources, and c) areas of need for education and skill training. This study also a...

IUB(TM) SCu300B - Post Marketing Performance Study in Austria

Participating investigators will locate all IUB B insertions conducted at their facility at least 12 month prior the initiation of study data collection. The study is composed of 2 parts. Part one is collecting data out of patient's medical record which is accessible only to the doctor. This data is mostly demographic. Part two of the study comprises a phone call to the patients done by the doctor or by authorized site personnel. In the phone call the study purpose will be expl...

How Familiy Coping With Child Cancer Affects Child's Quality of Life?

Children with newly diagnosed cancer and their parents will be contacted and invited to participate. Upon agreement, children will be interviewed, both parents will fill out questionnaires and be additionally interviewed. Using a 3-wave longitudinal design, mainly self-reported parental we-appraisals and we-disease-appraisals, couple dyadic coping (DC) and parent-child DC during a course of 12 months will be examined. Additionally, during brief separate interviews, the parents'...

Group Sessions and Web-based Treatment Targeting Children With Obesity Age 5-12 Years and Their Families

The aim of this study is to assess the efficacy of group sessions and a web-based program for children with obesity age 5-12 years and their parents. The intervention consist of a doctor's appointment, four group-based education sessions over four weeks, psychical activity on prescription and a 12-week web-based treatment program and will be offered to children aged 5-12 years with obesity (International Obesity Task Force-BMI >30), and their parents.

Understanding Communication in Healthcare to Achieve Trust (U-CHAT)

Honest, clear, and empathetic communication between pediatric oncologists (POs) and parents of children with cancer (POCCs) is imperative to facilitating therapeutic alliance and ensuring that medical management aligns with the families' goals of care. Communication is particularly important during conversations about disease reevaluation, which often necessitate parental decision-making in the context of emotional distress. POs employ a spectrum of communication styles and str...

Parents' Experience of Their Children Stay in a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.

Children recovered in pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) suffer from severe conditions, sometimes life-threatening. Thus, priority is given to urgent somatic care, children medicalization is strong, invasive technics have to be used, and medical monitoring is close. A stay in PICU often leaves a painful memory to the child and family, and can lead to psychological morbidity such as post-traumatic stress disease. This study aims to assess parents' experience during their chi...

Development of the Pediatric Neurocognitive Functioning Questionnaire

This study will examine self-reported neurocognitive functioning in pediatric cancer survivors whose cancer therapy may have included cranial radiation, intrathecal chemotherapy, and high-dose intravenous antimetabolite chemotherapy. There is evidence that these therapies which are directed at the central nervous system (CNS) can lead to reduced volumes of normal-appearing white matter and neurocognitive dysfunction. Neurocognitive deficits can significantly impact pediatric c...

Communities Helping the Hearing of Infants by Reaching Parents

Hearing loss is the most common sensory congenital disorder and this condition is diagnosable and treatable. Children that are born with hearing loss have to undergo several hearing tests to diagnose the condition and many families are delayed in receiving this testing or never obtain the needed testing. This research employs a new method for helping children with hearing loss receive timely care by using a patient navigator, who is someone who teaches and provides emotional/so...

Mindfulness-based Arabic Guided Self-help for Parents of Children With Type 1 Diabetes

Kuwait ranks as the third country worldwide for the incidence of type 1 diabetes (T1D) with an incidence of 37.10 per 100,000 children. A systematic review revealed that anxiety and depression are common in parents of children with T1D . Despite the high incidence rate, only one study to date has examined the psychological impact of diabetes on parents of children with T1D in Kuwait. It was found that 50.8% of parents had elevated levels of anxiety and 46.7% had elevated levels...


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