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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 ...

BABEL Advance Care Planning in Long-term Care

1.0 SUMMARY Most Canadian nursing home (NH) residents are elderly and frail, have multiple chronic health conditions and impairments, and have dementia. In 2014, 244,000 Canadians lived in NHs, including 6% of those ≥65 y.o., at a cost of >$10 billion/yr. NH residents experience high rates of acute illness; approximately 33% have emergency department (ED) visits and 23% are hospitalized yearly. Many of these visits are avoidable, and expose residents to iatrogenic complicatio...

Parents Make the Difference II: Trial of a Parenting Intervention

Multisite randomized trial of a parenting intervention in Liberia for caregivers of young children. Two main objectives of the "Parents Make the Difference" program are to teach parents (a) skills for decreasing harsh punishments and replacing those with positive ways to manage children's behavior and (b) skills for having more positive interactions with their children, including interactions that encourage learning. As a result of positive changes in parenting, the investigato...

Asthma in Central Texas Project

Asthma is the most common chronic childhood illness and disproportionately affects children who are ethnic minorities and poor. Few studies of childhood asthma have been conducted with children who live in rural areas or have included Mexican American children in their samples. This study builds on the original R01NR007770 with findings that demonstrated the intervention could improve children's asthma self-management, asthma knowledge, metered dose inhaler skill, asthma severi...

Advance Care Planning for Critical Care - A Prelude to Breaking Barriers

Advance Care Planning (ACP) is a process of 'reflection and communication, in which a person with decision-making capacity makes decisions regarding their future health and/or personal care in the event that they become incapable of consenting to or refusing treatment' Most Canadians have not planned for end-of-life Care and are at risk of aggressive medical care that may not be compatible with their wishes. This study aims to systematically evaluate local barriers to making pe...

Implementing Advance Care Planning Conversation Tools in Family Practice

This study evaluates the use of advance care planning conversation tools with patients attending their family doctor's office. Patients complete tools about their values and wishes, and a health care provider uses a structured discussion tool to talk about the patient's health condition and future wishes. The patient's family member/substitute decision-maker is encouraged to attend and be part of the discussions.

Parental Management of Young Children's Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes is a lifelong metabolic disorder that affects 1 out of every 400-600 American children each year, with many children being diagnosed at younger and younger ages. To achieve proper diabetes control, it is necessary to conform or adhere one's behavior to a physician-prescribed diabetes self-care regimen. As such, parents of children with Type 1 diabetes must be highly involved in managing their child's disease on a daily basis, especially parents of affected chi...

Improving African American Glaucoma Patient Involvement in Visits and Outcomes

This is a research project about services provided to African American patients with glaucoma. The goal of the project is to improve communication between providers and African-American patients about glaucoma.

Preventing Motor Vehicle Crashes Among Young Drivers: Evaluation of the Checkpoints Program Presented by the American Automobile Association

Background: - Automobile crash risks are highest right after licensure and decline rapidly for about 6 months and then gradually for years, regardless of the amount of supervised practice driving or age at licensure. The only approaches to this problem that have demonstrated effectiveness are Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) and parental management. - The Checkpoints Program consists of persuasive messages and materials designed to increase ado...

The Effect of Diluted Sodium Hypochlorite Solution and Moisturizers on Skin Barrier Function in Atopic Dermatitis

The goal is this study is to investigate the effects of dilute bleach on the skin of subjects with atopic dermatitis and those with healthy skin. The second goal is to evaluate the effects of different moisturizers on the skin barrier of subjects with and without atopic dermatitis. The investigators hypothesize that the bleach bath will increase the skin pH, decrease the skin hydration, and increase skin water loss in all study subjects. Secondly, the investigators hypothesize ...

Prevention Program- Promoting Self Resilience, Positive Self-Image and Body Image Among Adolescents and Their Parents

Cluster-Randomized Clinical trial, which includes the development and activation of an intervention program among young adolescents and their parents. Study hypothesis is that the intervention program will yield improvement in adolescents whose parents participated in the program, in comparison with the adolescents whose parents weren't involved in the intervention. Results will be measured using the study questionnaire, to be filled out by the participants before, after, and t...

Improving Measurement Of Parents' Understanding Of Research Permission

Well-informed potential subjects are presumably better able to make autonomous decisions about the risks and benefits of participating in a research study than those in possession of less information. In actuality, prior research into consent understanding suggests that longer forms offering exhaustive information may inhibit rather than promote understanding. Moreover, technical wording in tools used to measure parent understanding of research permission may also lead to inhib...

PPrime: Parents Views on Diagnosis and Information-giving in Neonatal Care (Pilot Study)

The aim of the pilot study is to explore and identify the issues of concern to parents whose babies have been cared for in a neonatal unit and exposed to imaging, its influence on diagnosis and information-giving process

Organizing the Information Given to Parents of NICU Infants in Order to Reduce Their Anxiety

Being a parent to a premature infant in NICU is an anxious state. Parents ask a lot of questions, and look for information all the time. Organizing the information given to parents could reduce their anxiety. The parents will be divided into two groups: one group will get organized information, by a lecture at the first week of their infant's life, and the other group will not. Of course, questions will be answered all the time. The parents will answer a questionnaire on the fi...

Association Between the Support of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Team and Subjective Health of Parents to a Premature Infant

Preterm birth is a traumatic event for parents. They cope with threatening and unfamiliar environment of hospital, losing the parental role, and frustration. The NICU team is the main support source for these parents. Support and providing information are most important for parents, as they can have some control, involvement and self confidence during the hospitalization, and also feel healthier. The hypothesis of this study is that better support to parents lead to better subj...

Motivational Interviewing in NOURISH for Parents of Overweight Children

The purpose of this study is to investigate if a brief, motivational interviewing intervention (NOURISH+MI) can improve retention and treatment adherence for parents enrolled in an intervention for their child's overweight (NOURISH+). The investigators hypothesize that children whose parents participate in NOURISH+MI will demonstrate lower attrition and greater adherence with NOURISH+, ultimately leading to greater treatment effects, compared with children whose parents are ran...

Program for African American Cognition & Exercise

The study is designed to develop and evaluate a physical activity promotion program among elderly African Americans with a long-term goal of reducing risk of Alzheimer's disease. The motivation for this study is that previous exercise interventions have improved cognitive function in older adults with and without cognitive impairments, but these studies were largely conducted without substantial African American representation. Due to genetic and environmental differences betwe...

Physical Activity Intervention in African American Men After Radical Prostatectomy

The purpose of this pilot study is to evaluate the feasibility of recruiting African American prostate cancer survivors to a 12 week physical activity intervention study of three arms (aerobics, resistance training, and usual care) through physician referral and community advertisement strategies. In addition, the investigators will investigate the acceptance rate of the intervention and gather preliminary results on the effect of exercise on African American men's urinary and ...

Development of a Resiliency Training Program for Parents of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

This study has three aims: Phase I: Through focus group interviews with expert clinicians, leaders of organizations, and parents with children with ASD, this study aims to identify the psychosocial needs of parents of children with ASD, 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 aims to gather feedback on the ...

A Prospective Randomized Trial Using Roentgen Stereophotogrammetric Analysis of the Advance Medial Pivot Knee

The purpose of this study is to determine whether this particular knee replacement is better than those already on the market. By participation, it will further refine the design of future total knee replacements and perhaps increase longevity.

Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Adolescents and Parents

The purpose of this study is to examine the feasibility and acceptability of an adaptation of Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Adolescents (IPT-A) that includes greater and more structured involvement of the parents in the treatment.

Promoting Intrafamily Accountability for Reducing Cellphone Use While Driving in Adults and Their Teen Children

Research participants and their parents will be recruited to take part in a randomized control trial. Participants' and their parents' cellphone use will be observed during an initial baseline period. Participants and their parents will then be randomly assigned to one of two conditions: opt-out blocking with parental notification, opt-out blocking with bidirectional notification.

Patient-Centered Advance Care Planning

Based on theories regarding decision-making and patient education the investigators have developed Patient-Centered Advance Care Planning (PC-ACP). This intervention is designed to improve patient and surrogate knowledge of ACP, increase the congruence between patient and surrogate in treatment decisions, decrease the patient's and surrogate's conflict in making such decisions, and increase the consistency between patient preferences and the actual care they receive. The ACP ...

PURPOSE: A Social Media Intervention for Parent Support

The purpose of this study is to develop and test a social media-based (Facebook) intervention that provides support and skills to parents with adolescent children in treatment for substance abuse. The Facebook intervention, PURPOSE, will be 8 weeks long and led by other parents (peer leaders). Peer leaders will go through three 3-hour training sessions and be assessed at the end to confirm their understanding of study protocol and procedures. Two peer leaders will lead short (2...

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