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Anticoagulation Medical Home

The primary study goal is to improve the quality of care transitions for patients with new episodes of venous thromboembolism (VTE). Primary Outcomes: To measure differences in the quality of care transition, as measured by the Care Transition Measure (CTM)-15 in the investigators target population of patients with incident VTE randomized to either a multicomponent, anticoagulation medical home intervention or usual care. Secondary Major Outcomes: To measure the differe...


Pilot Study of the Feasibility and Efficacy of Working Memory Training in Children With Cochlear Implants

This study is an investigation of the effect of a computer-based working memory training program on memory and language processing in at-risk children (e.g., those with working memory weaknesses) who have received cochlear implants.

Pilot Study to Assess the Feasibility and Initial Efficacy of Therapist-as-consultant, Game-based CI Therapy

Pilot study to assess the feasibility and initial efficacy of therapist-as-consultant, game-based CI therapy. Pre/post study design. Participant received a target of 30 hours game-based motor intervention, 100 hours constraint of the less affected upper extremity, and 5 hours therapist consultation (including completion of a behavioral contract at the first study visit). Duration of intervention was 10 consecutive weekdays, with pre-treatment and post-treatment testing performe...


Improving Outcomes of Depression in Primary Care

Depression is common in primary care settings, and associated with substantial physical and psychosocial impairment and increased healthcare utilization. Despite efforts to educate primary care providers, depression is often undetected or undertreated in primary care settings. The main objective of this study was to determine the impact of a low-intensity, care management intervention on depression treatment outcomes of patients in a VA primary care setting.

Breastfeeding Support Intervention in Jaundiced Infants

Breastfeeding decreases the risk of many infantile infectious diseases and certain types of cancers in women. It strengthens the bond between mothers and babies and decreases the health care cost to society by making children healthier. Although it is controversial, breastfeeding has been reported to increase the risk of jaundice in the neonatal period. There is some evidence that mothers of hospitalized jaundiced infants discontinue breastfeeding early, as they feel responsi...

Screening for Atrial Fibrillation Among Older Patients in Primary Care Clinics

The overall goal of this study is to assess the effectiveness of screening for undiagnosed atrial fibrillation (AF) using simple, efficient, and portable electronic health and mobile technologies in a healthcare system. We propose to perform population-based screening for undiagnosed AF as part of usual care in patients ≥ 65 years when their vital signs are checked (spot-check) at scheduled outpatient visits in adult Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) primary care clinics. ...

Working Memory Training in Young ADHD Children

The purpose of this study is to investigate whether working memory training improves behavioral symptoms, neurocognitive performance, and neural functioning in young children with ADHD.

Implementation of a Population Health Chronic Disease Management Program

A pilot program was created by the network's primary care leadership team at Massachusetts General Hospital. A population health management program was implemented for chronic disease management. The investigators evaluated quality of care process and outcome measures over the first six months of the program and compared practices assigned a central population health coordinator to those not assigned this support.

Impact of Clinical Pharmacy Services Provided for Patients With Active Rheumatoid Arthritis

Enrolment of clinical pharmacy services in RA patients as a part of health care system has been investigated at many studies but not investigated in active RA patients before. This study aimed to detect drug therapy-related problems (DTRPs) in active rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients and Investigate the impact of clinical pharmacist interventions on the patient clinical outcome and quality of life (QoL). Methods:Prospective, randomized controlled study to be carried out at rhe...

Home Medication Reviews by Pharmacists in Ontario, Canada

RATIONALE: Several examples in the literature describe the types of medication management issues uncovered during the course of home-based medication reviews. For example, the investigators previously reported the outcomes of home medication reviews of 43 homebound community pharmacy patients, finding that 58% of patients were keeping medications in the home that were expired, duplicates of other current medications, or no longer therapeutically appropriate. Many ...

Evaluating an Intervention to Increase Use of Call Centre Support for Self-managed Medical Abortion

Self-management of medical abortion (MA) pills purchased from pharmacies is considered to be one of the reasons behind falling morbidity and mortality from unsafe abortion in recent years. While pharmacy workers commonly sell MA medications over the counter, they have inadequate knowledge about how women should take the medications and their potential complications, and do not offer adequate information and counselling to women buying the drugs. This study aims to evaluate if a...

Cognitive Intervention at the End of Therapy for Survivors of Childhood ALL Treated on TOTXVI

Computer-based cognitive training has been found to be helpful for improving attention and working memory in pediatric and adult patients with existing cognitive difficulties. A previous study was conducted at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital with survivors of childhood cancer who were experiencing difficulties with attention and/or working memory. Findings from that study indicated that the use of Cogmed, computer-based cognitive training, is effective in improving attent...

Referral From Primary Health Care Centers to a Physical Activity Program. A Randomized Controlled Trial

Declining physical activity and the associated rising burden of disease is a major public-health problem and it has long been known that being physically active has positive health effects. The virtual absence of a public health practice infrastructure for the promotion of physical activity at the local level presents a critical challenge to control policy for chronic disease. We aimed to assess the efficacy of a 3-months physical activity program in primary health care to crea...

Physical Activity on Prescription in Patients With Metabolic Risk Factors.

The aim of this study is to evaluate a one year intervention with physical activity on prescription (PAP) treatment for patients in a primary health care center setting versus an enhanced PAP-support with physiotherapist regarding physical activity (PA) level, metabolic health effects and health-related quality of life. One hundred ninety patients, 27-85 years, physically inactive, having at least one component of the metabolic syndrome and not responding with increased PA lev...

Computer-Assisted Access to Specialist Expertise

The goal of this research was to determine if providing specialist input to primary care providers (PCPs) by means of informal consultation could improve the process and outcomes of care for diabetes. Several studies support the role for specialists and their specific knowledge and expertise in a variety of disorders including diabetes. A variety of methods have been designed to optimize the use of specialty expertise including practice guidelines and disease management approac...

Dose Escalation Study Combining Oral Capecitabine (Xeloda) and Radiotherapy for Patients With Unresectable Liver or Cholangiocarcinoma

Our long-term working hypothesis is that if 3-D radiation is combined with the effect of capecitabine one hopes to see improved and durable tumor response and survival with acceptable toxicity. The primary objective is to determine the maximum tolerated dose of capecitabine used along with 3-D conformal radiation therapy. Capecitabine will be taken by mouth each day of radiation. The total daily dose should be taken as two divided doses approximately 12 hours apart, within 30...

Delivery of Pharmacogenetic Testing in a Community Pharmacy Setting

This study aims to compare patient use of and satisfaction with community pharmacist-delivered pharmacogenetic (PGx) testing delivered along or as part of a medication therapy management (MTM) service. Pharmacist and patient outcome measures will be collected by surveys, interviews, and review of pharmacy records.

Improving Care of Osteoporosis: Multi-Modal Intervention to Increase Testing and Treatment (ICOMMIITT)

The purpose of this study is to rigorously test the incremental impact of simple, generalizable interventions to improve healthcare among older women at high risk for osteoporosis. Building on the experience of our UAB interdisciplinary team we have designed an innovative, scientifically rigorous, and highly feasible implementation research project in partnership with two Kaiser Permanente (KP) research centers. Kaiser Permanente, one of the Nation's largest Healthcare Organiza...

Effects of Measurement of Handgrip Strength on Physical Activity Level for Patients With Diabetes Type 2

Background: It is recommended that patients with diabetes type 2 keep themselves physically active and it is known that good muscular strength has a positive effect on these patients. Aim: To determine whether physical activity level increases and whether other risk factors for cardiovascular disease are positively affected by including measurement of handgrip strength as part of the regular care program for patients with diabetes type 2 in primary care. Method: Patient...

A Trial of Cognitive Training in Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is associated with a wide range of symptoms impacting a number of different domains, including cognitive impairment. Given the array of cognitive deficits associated with schizophrenia and their relationship to daily functioning, numerous research groups have examined the impact of cognitive remediation on many aspects of cognition. However, it is currently unclear as to which domains of cognition should be targeted to produce the most widespread and durable benef...

Development of Ursodeoxycholic Acid 300 mg at Hospital Das Clinicas of the University of São Paulo School of Medicine

A manipulation and an integral part of the pharmaceutical practice, where, in addition to the supply of medicines and personalized products, they represent an alternative to the therapeutic schemes, manipulating drugs of almost all of them as therapeutic categories. One of the products and ursodeoxycholic acid, commercially known as Ursacol, a bile acid physiologically present in human bile, approved by Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária (ANVISA), among several indica...

Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment in Primary Care

This add-on study of providing tobacco, alcohol and other drug screening, brief intervention and referral for treatment to a primary care high risk diabetic population leverages the existing research resources of a funded parent project "Duke University CMS Innovation Award Southeastern Diabetes initiative (PI: Robert M. Califf, MD)" to explore the feasibility of implementing Screening for substance use, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment services in Primary Care (SB...

Virtual Gout Clinic

The overarching goal of the investigators project is to identify best practices in gout and hyperuricemia management, translate these evidence-based practices into a highly generalizable strategy for optimal delivery of gout care, and implement and evaluate such a strategy in a large, population-based healthcare setting. With the use of novel but readily-accessible technology, the investigators will examine the use of a novel, large-scale, and relatively low-cost pharmacy-based...

Psychotherapy Treatment of Deployment-Related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Primary Care Settings

The purpose of this study is to evaluate Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for deployment-related post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) that can be used by behavioral health consultants working with Service Members in the primary care clinic. CBT is a well-researched, very effective individual (one-to-one) treatment that is designed to help people to directly deal with traumatic events they have suffered in the past, including combat. Many Service Members prefer to see behavio...

Daily Delivery and Supervision of Psychotropic Medication for High-Risk Patients With Severe/Persistent Mental Illness

The main study intervention is the daily witnessing of participant self-administration of medications by trained pharmacy staff to ensure compliance. The staff in question will be provided by Leila pharmacy and will in addition provide support so that individuals can transition back into living independently through reminders to attend regularly scheduled medical appointments and counseling on correct use of prescribed medications.


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