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Peer Approaches to Lupus Self-management

The Peer Approaches to Lupus Self-Management (PALS) study is a randomized, controlled in which 360 African American women with lupus will be recruited from the MUSC SLE database (60 mentors and 300 mentees). The peer mentoring intervention (patients will be matched with peer mentors who are considered competent in the management of their condition to provide modeling and reinforcement to participants) will occur by telephone for approximately 60 minutes every two weeks for 24 w...


Peer-Delivered Behavioral Activation for Methadone Adherence - Pilot Phase

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the feasibility and effectiveness of a peer-led, brief, behavioral intervention to improve adherence to medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD) among low-income, minority individuals living with opioid use disorder (OUD) in Baltimore, Maryland. The intervention is based on behavioral activation (BA) and is specifically designed to be implemented by a trained peer recovery specialist. In this pilot trial, the investigators will evaluate...

Supporting the Mental Health Workforce

Emotional Health Association will engage Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health providers that employ peer workers in a training and technical assistance intervention designed to support, increase, and retain an effective peer workforce. This intervention consists of a Co-Learning Collaborative, several training sessions, and the creation of Implementation Teams. Peer workers will also be encouraged to attend Recovery International, an established network of self-help s...


Peer-mentored Cooking Classes for Parents of Toddlers: Do Families Cook More and Eat Healthier After the Intervention?

This study aims to test the effectiveness of a community-located, peer mentored intervention to improve home food preparation practices in families with young children.

Community-based Venues for Delivery of Healthcare Services: Proof of Concept Pilot

The investigators propose to offer a package of evidence-based health services to women in three hair salons in the Umlazi township of Durban. Based on community feedback in previous survey and qualitative work, the package has been designed to include daily PrEP, family planning/contraceptives, and STI screening. Interested salon clients at intervention salons will elect which services to use. An additional three salons will serve as controls, offering no health services to cl...

Ibedrift- A Trial Comparing a New Approach to Musculoskeletal Pain Consisting of Education and Peer Involvement to Treatment as Usual

A randomized controlled trial comparing a new approach to musculoskeletal pain consisting of education and peer involvement to treatment as usual. All local government employees in 1-3 Norwegian municipalities will be invited to participate.

Effectiveness of Peer Support on Quality of Life in Recently Diagnosed Breast Cancer Patients

This study examines effectiveness of peer support of breast cancer patients. Half of the participants received peer support via telephone in addition to usual care and another half are give the usual care only.

Success in Health: Impacting Families Together

This study evaluates and compares the efficacy of professional versus peer-based delivery of family-based treatment for childhood overweight and obesity in elementary school aged children. Families will be randomized to receive treatment from professionals or to receive treatment from professionally-trained peer interventionists. Some parents will then be invited to serve as peer interventionists for the next group of families.

Prevention Support for People Leaving Jail

This study will provide HIV prevention and related support services to men who have sex with men and transgender women who have substance use disorders upon release from jail. The researchers will compare the utilization of HIV prevention and other support services between individuals who receive routine case management provided upon release from jail to those who have access to GeoPassport, a global position service (GPS)-based mobile app, incentives, and peer mentor support.

Peer-enhanced Intervention to Support Teen Weight Loss

The purpose of this study is to determine whether adding a peer-based intervention based on an outward bound model is more effective than a standard behavioral weight intervention for helping adolescents lose weight.

Building Wealth and Health Network: A Microfinance/TANF Demonstration Project

The goals of the The Building Wealth and Health Network (The Network) are to develop and rigorously test an asset building model that will build financial, social and human capital through asset building, financial education and trauma-informed peer support. Program components include: 1) Matched savings accounts; 2) Financial literacy classes; and 3) Peer support groups using the Sanctuary ® trauma-informed approach to social services. This program is offered in partnership w...

Peer Support for Post Intensive Care Syndrome Self-Management

A prospective, 2-arm, single-blind, randomized controlled clinical feasibility trial design is planned. Forty CCI survivors will be randomized (1:1) to either the PS-PICS (peer support) intervention or usual care (control) group.

Effectiveness of the Healthy Workplace Participatory Program With Peer-led Teams in Public Sector Healthcare Facilities

Safety & Health through Integrated, Facilitated Teams (SHIFT) is an intervention study to enhance employee health, safety, and well-being in public sector healthcare institutions in New England. The investigators will evaluate the effectiveness of an adapted form of the Center for the Promotion of Health in the New England Workplace (CPH-NEW) Healthy Workplace Participatory Program (HWPP) for strengthening cohesiveness, engagement, and impact of pre-existing joint labor-managem...

Cost-effective Hearing Aid Delivery Models

One of the most commonly reported reasons for people not seeking hearing aids (HAs) intervention is the high cost of HAs and the associated audiological fitting services. Because HAs fitted using the audiologist-based service-delivery model (AUD model) are unaffordable, more and more Americans purchase amplification devices via over-the-counter service-delivery models (OTC models) to compensate for their impaired hearing. Although OTC amplification devices are gaining populari...

the Peer-Led Self-Management Program

Elderly patients have the deficiency of motivation and confidence in self-management that are mainly influenced by physiological function, social psychology, emotion and low health literacy, resulting in poor self-management and glycemic control. According to the study, elderly patients can learn the skill of self-management more effectively through the peer leaders who have the same culture background, the life experience in disease care and the successful self-management expe...

Peer Education Program for HIV/AIDS Related Sexual Behaviors of Secondary School Students

Worldwide, about 50% of all new cases of HIV occur in youth between age 15 and 24 years. Studies in various countries show that both out of school and in school adolescents and youth are engaged in risky sexual behaviors. Peer-based interventions have become a common method to effect important health-related behavior changes and address the HIV/AIDS pandemic. This study therefore aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of peer education in improving HIV knowledge, attitude, and pre...

Package of Community-based Mental Healthcare Services in Preventing Perinatal Mental Disorders

During pregnancy and in the year after birth women can be affected by a range of mental health problems. Anxiety and depression are the most prevalent mental illnesses during the perinatal period. In low socio-economic country like Bangladesh, there is a huge knowledge gap. Perinatal mental disorders are preventable or manageable conditions if can be addresses primariliry at the community level. Better antenatal detection of depression offers an opportunity for earlier interven...

Peer Mentors for Adolescents in HIV Affected Families

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of a peer mentoring program designed for youths ages 9 to 15 whose parents or guardians are HIV infected. The program will focus on the youths' mental health, school performance, alcohol and drug use, personal and social behaviors, and behaviors that might expose them to HIV. The study is expected to enroll predominantly minority youth.

Map Healthcare Provision Outside the NHS

- To collect data to show which sites outside of the NHS are currently being signposted to patients by Healthcare Multidisciplinary Professionals - To collect data about these sites, from patients who have been referred or signposted to sites outside of the NHS from a Healthcare Multidisciplinary Professional - To develop a database of potential healthcare sites outside the NHS that could become involved in NIHR Healthcare

Engaging Patients With Mental Disorders From the ED in Outpatient Care

This study will compare the effectiveness of professional and peer care managers in improving linkage to and engagement in outpatient care after an emergency department (ED) discharge, as well as the mechanisms by which engagement occurs. The study will use a multi-site randomized trial study design across 8 EDs in South Carolina with telepsychiatry programs; each site will have one professional care manager (social worker or nurse) and one peer specialist care manager. Eligibl...

Aiming to Improve Readmissions Through InteGrated Hospital Transitions

The purpose of this study is to better enhance transitions of care for the highest risk, complex patients, Carolinas HealthCare System (CHS) has designed an Integrated Practice Unit, called Transition Services (CHS-TS).CHS-TS aims to improve patient outcomes through innovative approaches that leverage analytics and technology, while bridging care coordination and communication gaps. During their hospitalization, CHS-TS patients enter into a transition pathway that includes the ...

Cornerstone: Boundary Spanning Case Management and Peer Support for Transition Age Youth With Mental Disorders

The purpose of this study is exploring a theoretically guided intervention, Cornerstone, which provides system 'boundary-spanning' services, including therapeutic services and mentorship, to transition-age youth with mental disorders. Cornerstone is designed to improve mental health service engagement and outcomes. The study uses a mixed methods approach to refine Cornerstone, and a hybrid design examining feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary impact with a randomized tri...

Does a Peer Navigator Improve Quality of Life at Diagnosis for Women With Breast Cancer?

Women indicate the greatest needs for counseling at the time of initial diagnosis for primary breast cancer. The time of initial diagnosis is also often the time of greatest need for information for women and their families. However, this is the time when a woman, overwhelmed by shock and trauma, is least likely to absorb information provided or seek new sources of information. An informed peer navigator with carefully trained communication skills can judge the level of inform...

Improving Insulin Therapy With Enhanced Care Management

VA diabetes patients often have difficulty managing their self-care and accessing clinic-based services; many also lack social support to help them meet the demands of their illness. Enhanced support is especially important when undertaking and sustaining new challenging self-care tasks, such as initiating or intensifying insulin treatment regimens. Although some VAs have implemented telephone nurse care management programs supported by automated calling services, many are relu...

Peer-Supported Diabetes Self-Management Support

The objective is to evaluate the efficacy of a web-trained workforce of Hispanic and African American diabetes peer mentors delivering Diabetes Self-Management Support (DSMS) to patients with poorly-controlled diabetes.


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