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Treating Sleep Problems in VA Adult Day Health Care

The Veterans Millennium Health Care and Benefits Act (Millennium Act) of 1999 mandated the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to provide non-institutional long-term care to veterans. Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) is a key component of that spectrum of long-term care services. Veterans in ADHC commonly suffer from limited poor functioning, depression, cognitive problems and low quality of life. These factors can lead to continued deterioration in functioning, loss of independenc...


A Comprehensive Disease Management Program for Medically-Complex Substance Users

Disease management (DM) programs are being increasingly utilized by health plans to coordinate care, improve quality of care, and control costs in chronically ill individuals. DM programs for specific medical conditions, such as diabetes mellitus, congestive heart failure, and asthma, have demonstrated improvements in health outcomes and a number of studies have found economic benefits to these programs as well. There are fewer data evaluating multi-disease DM programs, and re...

SME Ambassadors Pilot Project Research Study

Aims: To enhance mental well-being of adults by creating a positive, happy and joyful environment in the community. Targets: Adults aged 18-59 in Hong Kong. Methods: SME Ambassadors Pilot Project will adopt the public health and family-focused approach, under the brand name of "Joyful@HK Campaign". Evidence-based and Evidence Generating approach with vigorous study design, both qualitative (e.g. focus groups) and quantitative (e.g. pre- and post- test), will be used to ...


Eat Well Live Well Nutrition Program

The purpose of the study is to develop and evaluate a dietary change program specifically for low-income, African-American women who are at risk for developing diabetes due to obesity. The program uses an innovative approach that emphasizes risk awareness, self-efficacy, and skills training through active learning exercises related to healthy eating. The program is delivered by peer educators in the community and addresses economic and cultural factors that are very important...

Family Listening Program: Multi-Tribal Implementation and Evaluation

This is a five-year R01 effectiveness trial where tribal partners are committed to assessing the Family Listening/Circle Program's effectiveness and disseminating the approach and intervention within Indian Country as a best practice in reducing substance abuse health disparities.Three specific aims of the grant are 1) To rigorously test effectiveness of FLCP; with a comparative longitudinal design within and across the tribes, with 4th graders to prevent substance initiation/u...

Evaluation of Implementation of a National Point-of-Care Ultrasound Training Program

This VA QUERI Partnered Evaluation Initiative will evaluate the impact of an immersive Point-of-care Ultrasound (POCUS) Training Course on provider skill acquisition and retention; the frequency of POCUS use by trained providers; and the barriers/facilitators to POCUS in the VHA. Data sources include pre- and post-course assessment tools, medical coding data, and course evaluations. Providers that participate in the POCUS Training Course will be compared to control providers fr...

Evaluation of a Living With Hope Program

The Living with Hope program was developed by the research team, a panel of experts and palliative patients and their families. The program was evaluated with 60 advanced cancer patients 60 years of age and older. Thirty received the program and 30 did not. After one week, those receiving the Living with Hope Program had higher hope and quality of life scores compared to those who did not. This suggests that the program is effective in increasing hope and quality of life for ol...

CHESS: Human and Computer Mentors for Prostate Cancer Patients

The aims include: 1. To measure the effect of the three study conditions on Quality of Life (QOL). - CHESS and Cancer Information Mentor will not differ initially (6 weeks) or late in treatment (6 months) in QOL - CHESS +Cancer Information Mentor will have the largest impact on QOL (initially and late in treatment) and will be significantly better than either CHESS or Cancer Information Mentor alone. 2. To measur...

The Effects of Faculty/Staff Exercise Program

This study focuses on analyzing the data collected from participants in the Faculty/Staff Exercise Program to determine the success and quantifying the results of the program. The investigators are interested in the effectiveness of this program on multiple levels, individual and group, as it is the first of its kind - an exercise program targeting the faculty and staff at a university.

Education and Supportive Partners Improving Self-Care (ENSPIRE)

The purpose of the Education and Supportive Partners Improving Self-Care (ENSPIRE) study is to compare the effect of a Family Partnership Intervention (FPI) over patient and family education and usual heart failure care on physical and mental health outcomes over an 8-month period. The study will examine three ways of giving heart failure patients and their family members information. This study will help scientists determine if learning these communication skills will help pe...

Anti-Smoking Program for Parents: Effects on Child Smoking

The purpose of this study is to determine whether an anti-smoking program for parents who smoke will lower the odds that their children will start smoking. The study will evaluate an activity-based program for parents and their children. The program is home-based and uses the mail for program delivery.

The Effect of Ear Plug and Eye Mask on Sleeping Quality in Critically Ill Patients

Sleep is a complex physiologic and behavioral process essential for rest, repair, well-being, and survival. Sleep is defined as a periodic, reversible state of cognitive and sensory disengagement from the external environment. Critically ill patients experience poor sleep quality. Surveys of ICU survivors have shown that sleep disruption, pain and intubation for mechanical ventilation are the major sources of anxiety and stress during the ICU stay. Many physiological, psycholog...

The Effects of Adding a Home Exercise Program to a Clinical Physical Therapy Program on Cancer-Related Fatigue

The purpose of this study is to find out if adding a home exercise program to a clinic physical therapy program will improve the fatigue experienced by patients being treated with concurrent chemotherapy and radiation therapy for high grade gliomas.

Pilot Study of Mitochondrial Biology in Human Platelets

Type II diabetes mellitus is rapidly becoming a global pandemic with a deleterious impact on cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. Understanding its pathophysiology is important for the development of future therapeutic interventions. Emerging evidence suggests interplay between mitochondrial dysfunction and the development of insulin resistance. Interestingly, mitochondrial dysfunction in skeletal muscle and adipose tissue are early events in the development of type II diabe...

Transcriptomic Study of ER 4017 Topical Application in Elderly Subject

The stratum corneum (SC) is the superficial layer of the epidermis situated at the interface between the body and its outside environment. Its strategic position confers it a crucial role of protection against aggressions. After disruption, the kinetic of cutaneous barrier is slower in elderly comparatively to young subjects. The purpose of this study is to investigate, by characterizing molecular events, the effectiveness of ER4017 (Hydroxypropyltetrahydropyrantriol) to resto...

Stroll Safe Outdoor Fall Prevention Program

The purpose of the study is to examine the feasibility of the program and data collection protocol to plan a multisite clinical trial. The program, "Stroll Safe", an outdoor fall prevention program, will take place in the lab space of the New York University occupational therapy department and in the surrounding neighborhood. Twenty-four people who meet the inclusion criteria will be enrolled after informed consent. Recruitment will include follow up with people who expressed ...

Evaluation of the BOKS Before-school Physical Activity Program

BOKS, Build Our Kids' Success, is a before-school physical activity program that has been implemented in over 2,000 elementary and middle schools. Students participate in the program for 12 weeks, two or three mornings per week for about 1 hour per session. This study if a non-randomized control trial seeking to 1) examine the extent to which participation in the before-school BOKS program improves, health, well-being, and performance, and 2) compare the results of a two-day-pe...

Valaciclovir to Prevent Transmission of Herpes Simplex Virus

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of the drug valaciclovir in preventing transmission of genital herpes from an infected to an uninfected sexual partner. Genital herpes is caused by the herpes simplex virus 2 (HSV-2), or, infrequently herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1). Valaciclovir prevents the herpes virus from multiplying and may also reduce its transmission between partners. Couples 18 years of age and older in which one partner is infected with HSV-2 (source pa...

Impact of an Intervention Combining Self-care and Hypnosis on the Well-being of Cancer Patients and Their Partners

Hypnosis-based interventions are starting to be tested in order to improve emotional distress and fatigue of cancer patients. However, most of these studies only include breast cancer patients and do no measure long-term effects of such interventions. Our randomized controlled trial aims to propose to 116 post-treatment cancer patients (all tumour localisations accepted) an 8-week groupal intervention combining hypnosis and self-care techniques. Primary outcomes (emotio...

Cooking Class Intervention Project for Men With Prostate Cancer and Their Partners

Prostate cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in Canada, with 24,000 new cases estimated for 2015. Prostate cancer patients often live with uncomfortable side effects of treatment, such as a decrease in bone health, weight gain, and challenges to their interpersonal relationships. Nutrition can improve outcomes for PCa survivors; however, dietary interventions for prostate cancer patients are limited. Therefore, this is a feasibility study that tests the impact ...

WalkLink: Internet-based Walking Program

The investigators propose a randomized controlled trial based on the Behavioral Ecological Model to evaluate: (1) the effectiveness of an internet-based fitness walking program delivered to patients with risk factors for cardiovascular disease and stroke; and (2) the contribution of social support networks to enhancing the effectiveness of the internet-based fitness walking program. The investigators will recruit 220 patients who are sedentary and have risk factors for cardiova...

A Trial of a Home Based Walking Program as an Alternate Program for Non Attenders at Cardiac Rehabilitation

The purpose of this study is to investigate if a home-based walking program is an acceptable alternative for those who choose not to attend formal cardiac rehabilitation programs and if such a program has an effect on coronary risk or physical fitness.

Teaching Skin Self -Examination to Melanoma Patients and Their Skin Check Partners

The proposed study is a continuation of a research program (STU00017005: Interventions to teach melanoma patients skin self-examination) designed to increase early detection of melanomas before they metastasize. In 2015, approximately 73,870 individuals in the U.S. will be diagnosed with invasive melanoma and about 9,940 will die from the disease. During 2002-2011, melanoma incidence increased at an average annual rate of 1.6% for men and 1.5% for women. People with a history o...

Effect of the BTL-799 Therapy for Disruption of Adipocyte Cells of Abdomen

The study is a prospective open-label single-arm study that includes four treatment procedures and three follow-up visits. Outcomes will be measured according to photography evaluation, subject's satisfaction and occurence of AE.

Sleep, Circadian Hormonal Dysregulation, and Breast Cancer Survival

Recent research provides evidence that disrupted circadian rhythms, including hormonal patterns and sleep, are associated with increased risk of breast cancer incidence and faster progression to mortality. We have observed that a loss of normal diurnal cortisol rhythm associated with more awakenings during the night predicts early mortality with metastatic breast cancer. Other recent studies have shown that nighttime shift work is associated with higher breast cancer incidence,...


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