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Magic Therapy to Relieve Pediatric Patient Anxiety and Improve the Hospitalization Experience

This study will assess the efficacy of magic therapy services in relieving pediatric patient anxiety and parent anxiety in an inpatient setting. It will also measure family satisfaction with child life services during the hospital visit and health professional opinions regarding such a therapy in an inpatient setting. The primary evaluation method will be through surveys. No prior investigations have studied using magic therapy as a primary tool to improve the psychological wel...

Screening for Endolymphatic Sac Tumours (ELSTs) in Von Hippel-Lindau (vHL) Patients

The purpose of the study is to investigate how best to screen for Endolymphatic sac tumors (ELSTs) in von Hippel-Lindau (vHL) patients in order to diagnose the ELSTs while they are still small so that hearing loss can be prevented. Up to 16% of vHL patients are known to develop endolymphatic sac tumors in the inner ear that can cause permanent hearing loss. However, the ELSTs are often not found before hearing loss has already occurred. The challenge for doctors is to diagnose...

Parent Engagement Package: Comparing Strategies for Engaging Parents Into Parenting Programs

This study tests the effectiveness of different strategies for engaging parents into an evidence-based parenting skills intervention, the Triple P Positive Parenting Program, offered universally to parents of children attending one of six public elementary schools.

Wellness and Weight Family Group Project

The purpose of the current study is examine the feasibility and efficacy of providing a behavioral family intervention in 30 youth 10 to 17 years of age who are obese and attending a multidisciplinary pediatric obesity clinic and their parents. Participating families will complete assessments consisting of weight status, dietary intake, physical activity, health-related quality of life, psychological functioning, home-food environment, parenting skills, and self-efficacy at pre...

Obstetric & Pediatric Evolution Following Parental Refusal for Early Termination of Pregancy Despite Fetal Risk

More and more parents decide to maintain pregnancy which could have been interrupted because of serious fetal pathologies. In this observational study, we examine obstetrical and pediatric evolution of these pregnancies, from 2006 to 2016 in Montpellier University Hospital.

Effectiveness of the Routine Use of Extubation Protocol on the Incidence of Occurrence of Failures Number of Extubation in Pediatric Resuscitation

The failure of extubation in pediatric resuscitation is most often described as the need for reintubation within 48 hours after extubation. The failure rate of extubation in pediatric intensive care varies in the literature there is between 4 and 22% failures. These failures result in increased mortality, morbidity with a use of larger tracheostomy, a prolonged residence time. The extubation is codified in adult resuscitation and tends to be increasingly in pediatric resuscitat...

Group Eczema Education Visits:Impact on Patient and Family Quality of Life

The objective of this study is to determine whether group educational visits improve the quality of life of patients referred to the Dermatology Clinic. Secondary outcomes will be to determine whether group educational visits influences other key elements of patient care such as topical steroid usage, disease exacerbations, emergency visits, and phone calls to the office. Lastly, the investigators hope to evaluate which aspects of the educational visit were found to be the mo...

Nonpharmacological Approaches and Parental Education in Children With Sickle Cell Disease

Aim: Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a hereditary disease. Approximately 5% of the world's population carries trait genes for haemoglobin disorders, mainly, sickle-cell disease and thalassaemia. The incidence of sickle cell disease varies according to different geographical locations. Persons with SCD experience both acute and chronic pain. it is important that nonpharmacological therapies be investigated and used as complements to pharmacological therapies to address and treat bo...

Study of the Physical and Emotional Needs of Parents Caring for Children Receiving Chemotherapy for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

RATIONALE: Studying the physical and emotional needs of parents who are caring for children receiving chemotherapy for cancer may help doctors plan effective treatments for the patient that allow for improved quality of life of the patient's family. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying the different physical and emotional needs of parents whose children are undergoing chemotherapy for acute lymphoblastic leukemia either in an outpatient clinic or in the hospital.

Long-term Effect of The Mother Infant Transaction Program (MITP)

The purpose of this study is to investigate if a cost and time effective intervention in a previous RCT for preterm infants and their parents can reduce the parents experience of concern and stress, and improve the childrens development in various aspects at three years of corrected age. Hypothesis 1: The preterm born children of parents who were enrolled in the earlier RCT have a higher developmental level then preterm children of parents who received the usual treatmen...

Design and Evaluation of Care Environment and Technology at Pediatric Radiotherapy

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the effect of changes in the care environment in pediatric radiotherapy. The definitions of the changes is a part of the study, and is constructed in collaboration with the institute of design at Umeå University. The implementation is however not part of the study, but done as part of Clinical routine. The study consist of two parts, where the first 1.5 years are a Control phase where the changes are designed and also function as a base...

Thirty Million Words- Well Baby Initiative

This comparative study of will evaluate the effectiveness of promoting critical language and cognitive development in infants of low-SES English- and Spanish-speaking parents. TMW-WB will target infants zero to six months and their parents during routine Well Baby pediatric visits at one week, one month, two months, four months, six months, and a final nine month follow-up.

Genetic Analysis of Pediatric Psoriasis

This study will ascertain approximately 150 subjects, which will include pediatric psoriasis patients diagnosed before age 12, parents not affected by psoriasis, and if a family history is indicated, up to third-degree family members. Saliva (or buccal swabs in the case of infants) will be obtained for DNA isolation.

Psoriatic Arthritis D2P Screening

The overarching goal of this study is to develop a direct-to-patient screening approach that will improve early Psoriatic Arthritis (PsA) detection in patients with psoriasis. Previously developed screening questionnaires were intended for use in the setting of a doctor's office to assist providers with referral decisions. However, these screening questionnaires are infrequently used in routine practice because of limitations with time and resources. The study will aim to devel...

Trans-incisional vs Laparoscopic Guided Rectus Sheath Block for Pediatric Single Incision Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

This is a prospective, double-blinded, randomized controlled study comparing the efficacy of trans-incisional rectus sheath block to laparoscopic guided rectus sheath block for pediatric single-incision laparoscopic cholecystectomy (SILC). umbilical hernia repair in children. Patients aged 10-21 years old undergoing SILC for cholelithiasis, cholecystitis, or biliary dyskinesia will be screened for study inclusion. Eligible patients and their parents/guardians will be app...

Dose Escalation and Remission (DEAR)

The proposed study will test whether increasing Lialda dose can reduce fecal calprotectin (FCP) levels, a marker of intestinal inflammation that is highly predictive of the risk of relapse among patients with quiescent ulcerative colitis. Sixty patients with FCP levels

Effect of Simulation on PALS Training

Patient simulation is a new and expanding technology that has proven effective as a teaching tool in various clinical settings, but data on pediatric simulation is lacking. Mock resuscitation scenarios have been shown in prior studies to be effective for improving knowledge, skill, and confidence in pediatric housestaff. Our objective is to assess the utility of a training program utilizing a human patient simulator of an infant as a teaching tool for pediatric housestaff tra...

Post-Operative Nausea and Vomiting in Children Submitted to Strabismus Surgery

Background: Postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV) is one of the main causes of patient and family dissatisfaction, which may delay the onset of oral intake and postpone discharge. In pediatric patients, the incidence of PONV is high, and in some studies it can reach values of 70%. Strabismus surgery is considered an independent risk factor for PONV. Palonosetron is a second generation antiemetic drug, 5-hydroxytryptamine receptor antagonist, with a long half-life, which allo...

Evaluating an Online Parenting Support System Disseminated by Pediatric Practices

This study will experimentally evaluate an internet-based version of the Triple P Positive Parenting Program, the Triple P Online System (TPOS), which presents the Triple P content in an interactive, video-enriched, and personalized format with 3-levels of flexible dosage, and will compare it against usual community services. Thirty pediatric clinics involving 100 practitioners in 9 counties across western Washington will be recruited and randomized to receive (a) access for th...

Transition to Adult Care in Type 1 Diabetes

Successful transition to an adult diabetes clinic is an essential part of both clinical and psychosocial care for emerging adults with type 1 diabetes (T1D). Pediatric patients are generally very well supported by their parents, significant others, and multidisciplinary clinical care teams, however, these support networks tend to change once patients reach adulthood and are required to transition to a more independent clinical care model with their adult care providers. This ch...

e-Unstuck: Interactive e-Learning Software for Parents to Support Executive Functioning and Behavior Regulation in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

The goal of this project is to develop and test e-Unstuck, an e-learning intervention that (1) provides advanced training to parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder without Intellectual Disability (ASDwoID) on how to implement the evidence-based Unstuck and On Target (UOT) curriculum at home and (2) is built on 3C's proprietary, state-of-the-art, Dynamic e-Learning Platform, an established platform with high ratings of quality, value, usability, and feasibility from e...

Evaluation of a Family-based Pediatric Obesity Program: TEENS+

Investigators propose to pilot an adolescent obesity intervention, TEENS+, to examine the feasibility of this dietary intervention strategy and preliminary effectiveness of two models of parental involvement within adolescent obesity treatment.

Effectiveness of Routine Measurement of HRQOL

Objectives: To find out whether routine electronic measurement and reporting on the patient's EQ-5D-5L health-related quality of life (HRQOL) data can improve HRQOL and pain control in patients with chronic musculoskeletal (MS) problems in normal outpatient care. Methods: Multi-center single blind randomized controlled trial in 542 adults with symptomatic chronic MS problems from four public (2 primary care and 2 Orthopaedics specialist) outpatient clinics in HK. All subjects ...

The Effects of a High-fiber Formula in Children With Failure to Thrive

The present study is designed to determine the gastrointestinal tolerability of enteral nutritional products, physicians and parents' overall perception of enteral nutrition products as well as providing basic demographic information on pediatric populations prescribed these formula for supportive treatment as part of the routine healthcare service in Turkey.

Understanding the Psychosocial Needs of Parents Who Have Lost a Child to Cancer

The purpose of this study is to understand the experiences and needs of parents who have lost a child to cancer. This will aid us in developing an intervention that may help parents cope with their loss.

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