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An Interactive Text-Message Based Brief Intervention to Reduce Substance-Impaired Driving Among College Students

Substance-Impaired Driving among college students remains a significant public health concern and may be the single riskiest substance-related outcome among young adults. Brief Interventions (BIs) have been shown to reduce alcohol-impaired driving among college students, but are not often implemented - despite their demonstrated efficacy - because it is not economically feasible for universities to hire and train staff to deliver in-person BIs to all college substance users. Ve...


Repeat Emergency Department Visits Among Patients With Asthma and COPD

The purpose of the proposed study is to determine whether the addition of inhaled corticosteroids to treatment with oral corticosteroids and albuterol would reduce repeat emergency department (ED) visits among patients treated for acute exacerbations of asthma and COPD discharged from the emergency department to home. The investigators hypothesize that patients treated with inhaled corticosteroids in addition to oral corticosteroids and albuterol will have lower rates of 30-da...

Acute Effects of Exercise in College Students With ADHD

The overall objective of this study is to examine physical exercise as an intervention for ADHD. The rationale for the proposed study is that physical exercise could serve as an effective treatment for college students with ADHD that has low costs, low risks, and ancillary health benefits and may address the limitations of existing treatments. The central hypothesis is that college students with ADHD will exhibit greater degrees of improvement in executive functioning (i.e., su...


Engineering an Online STI Prevention Program: CSE2

The overall objective of the proposed research is to reduce the incidence of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among college students. The investigators propose to accomplish this by using the innovative, engineering-inspired multiphase optimization strategy (MOST) to develop a highly effective, appealing, economical, and readily scalable internet-delivered behavioral intervention targeting the intersection of alcohol use and sexual risk behavior. The rate of STIs on colle...

Risk Stratification in the Emergency Department in Acutely Ill Older Patients

Procedures for identification of high-risk elderly patients in the emergency department are lacking. We aim to identify the risk factors associated with an adverse outcome in elderly patients who visit the emergency department (ED). Second, we aim to find practical tools to identify those elderly patients who are at risk for an adverse outcome in an early stage (by applying and testing triage and risk stratification scores, clinical impression and laboratory results).

Health Wearables and College Student Health

The purpose of this pilot randomized trial is to determine (1) the effectiveness of the Polar M400, used in combination with a twice-weekly Facebook-delivered Social Cognitive Theory-based health intervention, in the promotion of more healthful physical activity and nutritious eating behaviors over 12 weeks in college students versus a comparison group; and (2) the validity and reliability of the Polar M400 in the assessment of free-living (i.e., non-laboratory based) physical ...

Searching Biomarkers of Acute Intestinal Ischemic Injuries

The aim of the SURVIBIO study is to characterize acurate biomarkers for acute mesenteric ischemia, in particular at early stages. In the study, the development of biomarkers will be based on the analysis of human biological samples from patients and controls that will be conserved in our biological library. Samples will be analysed in the Laboratory for Vascular Translational Sciences (LVTS, Inserm U1148), in the Department of Biochemistry (Pr Puy, Dr Peoc'h), in Paris V unive...

A Community-based, Behavioral Intervention to Improve Screening for Hepatitis C Among High-risk Young Adults in Wisconsin

The goal of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a brief, computerized behavioral intervention for promoting screening for hepatitis C and reducing risky behavior for people who inject drugs (PWID).

Inhaled Steroids at Discharge After Emergency Department Visits for Children With Uncontrolled Asthma

Many children have asthma and this causes problems with their health. A lot of children with uncontrolled asthma use emergency departments for asthma care, and so this is an ideal place for an intervention for these children. One intervention is prescribing inhaled steroids to children with uncontrolled asthma, but currently this is rarely done in the emergency department. Inhaled steroids have been shown to be good at making children better long-term when they have uncontro...

Topical Intranasal Tranexamic Acid for Epistaxis in the Emergency Department

It is estimated that epistaxis results in 4.5 million emergency department visits per year throughout the United States. Due to the adverse effects of standard treatment options for epistaxis, tranexamic acid (TXA) may be considered an attractive option. In previous studies, when used with nasal packing, TXA showed faster time to control of bleeding. The goal of this study is to determine the efficacy and safety of topical intranasal TXA applied via atomizer for patients with e...

Infected Elders in the Emergency Department: Outcomes and Processes of Care

The purpose of this study is to determine factors which predict a complicated hospital course and then to develop from these findings an Emergency Department guideline to assist in knowing who is at highest risk of elderly patients with infection presenting for care.

Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line Medicaid Incentive Evaluation

The study is designed to test the hypotheses that financial incentives can increase both participation in smoking cessation treatment and resulting cessation rates, when they are offered to BadgerCare Plus (Medicaid) smokers as part of their health care.

Clinical Decision Support System to Define 30 Day Adverse Clinical Events for Emergency Department Acute Coronary Syndromes

Acute coronary syndromes are among main complains for patients presenting to emergency department. Risk classification systems are used to classify patients to appropriate risks and help physicians manage diagnosis strategies and treatments. Purpose of this study is to develop a clinical decision support system for patients presenting to emergency department with the help of statistical machine learning.

C-reactive Protein Information and Blood Cultures for Emergency Department Patients With Sepsis

Patients with sepsis (2 or more systemic inflammatory response syndrome criteria and suspected infection) assessed in the emergency department have blood cultures obtained to identify potential blood stream infections (BSI). Blood cultures are expensive, sometimes inaccurate, and only positive about 10% of the time in the emergency department. This study evaluates the effect of physician knowledge of C-reactive protein (CRP) levels on ordering rates of blood cultures in emerge...

Engineering an Online STI Prevention Program

The overall objective of the proposed research is to reduce the incidence of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among college students. The investigators propose to accomplish this by using the innovative, engineering-inspired multiphase optimization strategy (MOST) to develop a highly effective, appealing, economical, and readily scalable internet-delivered behavioral intervention targeting the intersection of alcohol use and sexual risk behavior. The rate of STIs on colle...

TU Tough: Mental Toughness Training for College Success

The aims of this study are to (1) assess the extent of psychological distress for incoming first-year students at the University of Tulsa (Part 1), (2) assess the impact of "mental toughness" training on the trajectory of psychological well-being and academic success (Part 2), (3) assess the impact of mental toughness training on neural and behavioral reactivity to affective stimuli and decisions (Part 3), and (4) examine genetic markers of resiliency in college populations and...

Alcohol Health Education Among College Drinkers

Alcohol use among college students is both widespread and problematic. There are many negative consequences associated with frequent alcohol use, ranging from mild (e.g., hangovers, missed classes) to severe (e.g., assault, even death). Online interventions targeting alcohol use among college students reduce alcohol consumption and associated problems. These interventions are popular among colleges because they are relatively inexpensive and easily disseminated. However, online...

Efficacy and Safety of Penthrox® Combined With a Standard Analgesia (SoC) in Adult Patients Admitted to the Emergency Department With Moderate to Severe Pain Associated With Trauma

A phase 4 randomised, double-blind study to assess the efficacy and safety of Penthrox® used from the outset in multimodal analgesia, in combination with the standard analgesic protocol used in the department, for conscious adult patients presenting in an emergency department with moderate to severe pain associated with a trauma

Quit and Win Contests to Improve Smoking Cessation Among College Students

Standard Quit and Win contests, in which smokers typically quit for one month in return for the opportunity to win prizes, are simple and easy to implement and may be cost-effective in encouraging smokers to quit. By extending contest length and enhancing counseling content, Quit and Win contests may be more effective at encouraging smoking abstinence. This study aims to evaluate the efficacy of extended and content-enhanced Quit and Win contests to enhance smoking abstinence ...

Calcium DXA: Impact of Calcium Supplements on Lumbar Spine Bone Mineral Density

We, the investigators at the University of Wisconsin, hypothesized that ingesting calcium tablets prior to a spine bone density scan will not affect the bone mineral density as measured by dual energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA).

Morphine Versus Morphine-promethazine Combination for Acute Low Back Pain Relief in the Adult Emergency Department

Acute low back pain is a common cause for emergency department visits. Controversy remains regarding the optimal medication for acute low back pain relief. The investigators hypothesized that administration of pharmacological anxiolysis in addition to analgesia will improve pain relief and patient management in the emergency department.

Naturalistic Adasuve Clinical Trial Study

There is limited information on the best psychoactive medication to treat agitated patients in the emergency department. The intent of this study is to fill in knowledge gaps in the current practice of treating psychiatric patients in the acute care setting. The purpose of this study is to determine the best treatment for agitated psychiatric patients in the emergency department.

Reduction of Peanut Reactivity and Immune Modulation With Anti-IgE Therapy

This pilot study is collaboration between the Weill Cornell Medical College, Department of Genetic Medicine and Yale University and will examine the pathways involved in allergic response, primarily in food allergy; specifically peanut allergy.We will also study non-allergic donors as well as patients with atopic disorders, primarily as control subjects.We believe that this study will lead to discovery of significant pathways involved in the allergic pathway that can be explore...

Music to Reduce Pain and Anxiety in the Pediatric Emergency Department

Many medical procedures aimed at helping children can cause them pain and distress. If children experience certain levels of pain or distress, it can have long lasting negative effects. The emergency department can be a particularly stressful place for children and their parents. There are also many procedures that children may have in the emergency department that can cause pain and distress. These include procedures such as needle pokes, stitches, or setting a broken bone...

Geriatric Assessment and Intervention for Older Patients With Frailty in the Emergency Department

Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment (CGA) is an established approach for better detection of frailty-related problems and includes individualized treatment plan with multi-discipline supportive and treating measures for the older frailty patients. However, there is limited evidence of feasibility and efficacy of the CGA when provided in the emergency department setting. In the GAOPS-study the efficacy of the CGA in emergency department setting will be studied by randomize...


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