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Study of Meningococcal B Vaccine and ACWY Conjugate Vaccine in Healthy Adults

The study involves the measurement of immune response to vaccination with three doses of a meningococcal B vaccine and a single dose of a meningococcal ACYW conjugate vaccine in healthy adults (Laboratory workers). The study will be completed at the Manchester Medical Microbiology Partnership in the UK and will enrol staff who may be at potential occupational exposure to meningococci. Blood samples will be taken before and after each vaccination and used to determine if the v...


Person-centred eHealth for Treatment and Rehabilitation of Severe Stress and Burnout Syndrome

The goal of the research project PROMISE is to translate the person-centred care (PCC) principles into an eHealth (the use of information and communication technologies for health) context. A developed PCC eHealth platform will be used as a tool to identify patients´ resources to enhance coping and living with their illness by means of a dialog and partnership with staff and relatives. The PCC eHealth platform will not replace, but instead be used as add on treatment to usual ...

Expanded Access With Trappsol(R) Cyclo (TM) for an Individual Patient With Late Onset Alzheimer's Disease

To afford urgent access to a potential-disease modifying treatment, Dr. Diana Kerwin, in partnership with CTD Holdings, the manufacturer of Trappsol (R) Cyclo(TM), will administer the product to a patient with Alzheimer's Disease who has no other disease-modifying treatment options.


Development of Thermoablation Device

The purpose of this academic-industrial partnership will be to compare two thermoablation modalities using devices adapted to low and middle income countries (LMICs) to traditional CO2-based cryotherapy for the treatment of cervical precancer. The investigators will investigate whether the cure rates of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia 2 and more severe diagnoses (CIN2+) with these devices are non-inferior compared to that of conventional cryotherapy. The results of this stud...

The Safety of Boostrix Following Routine Immunization of Pregnant Women

The purpose of this study is to assess the safety of Boostrix administered on or after the first day of the 27th week of pregnancy by conducting a post-marketing study that will provide safety information to the public and healthcare providers. This will be one of the largest cohorts of pregnant women vaccinated with Boostrix in the U.S. Through partnership between Kaiser Permanente Southern California (KPSC) and the sponsor, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), information about the safety ...

Perioperative UtiLisation of SupplEmental Oxygen

The World Health Organisation recommends that all patients having a general anaesthetic for surgery should be given 80% oxygen as this might reduce their risk of getting an infection after their operation. However there remains a lot of uncertainty about how much oxygen patients should be given whilst undergoing surgery. In other areas of medicine evidence is slowly emerging to suggest that giving less oxygen may be as safe or even safer than giving high amounts of oxygen (e.g....

Safety and Immunogenicity of EBA-175 RII-NG Malaria Vaccine Administered Intramuscularly

Malaria is an illness caused by a parasite (an animal or plant that lives in or on a host) that enters the human body through the bite of an infected mosquito. The purpose of this study is to find out about the safety of an experimental malaria vaccine and whether the vaccine causes humans to produce antibodies (proteins made by the body's immune system to help control or prevent infection). Four strengths of the vaccine will be tested. The lowest strength of the vaccine will b...

North Carolina Prostate Cancer Comparative Effectiveness & Survivorship Study (NC ProCESS)

NC ProCESS is a cohort of patients from diverse backgrounds diagnosed with early prostate cancer, who were enrolled from January 2011-June 2013. These patients were recruited throughout North Carolina, and also in partnership with institutions across the country. Patients enrolled before they start treatment, and are then followed prospectively through treatment and then afterwards. This observational study collects information on quality of life, cancer control, and health car...

Self Care TALK Study - Promoting Stroke Caregiver Health

Most stroke survivors return home, where their care is supported by family and friends. Although family caring at home is usually rewarding, it is often challenging, too. The demands and responsibilities of caring for a loved one at home can be stressful. The actual activities of caregiving vary according to the needs of the stroke survivor, but can include helping with bathing, dressing, eating, and many other activities. Caregivers must learn care techniques and how to manage...

A Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Intervention for Childhood Asthma Using Air Filters and Air Conditioners

The burden of childhood asthma is borne disproportionately by children living in poverty and in urban centers, many of whom are from communities of color and are at greater risk for environmental exposures. Given the complex interaction of physical and social environmental factors on childhood asthma, there have been increasing calls for comprehensive efforts using a community-based participatory research (CBPR) approach. Community Action Against Asthma is a long standing CBPR ...

Testing the Implementation of EIT-4-BPSD

This pragmatic trial focuses on implementation of an evidence based process to increase person-centered management of behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) in nursing homes, referred to as EIT-4-BPSD. The findings from this study will add to what is known about implementation of effective interventions in nursing homes, will serve as a model for other programs and care approaches, and will help facilities and staff implement quality person-centered care, whic...

PSMA-PET Guided Radiotherapy

PSMA PET/CT has demonstrated higher sensitivity in detecting metastases than current imaging standard of care (CT and bone scan). [18F]DCFPyL is a promising high-sensitivity second generation PSMA-targeted urea-based PET probe. The hypothesis is that definitive radiotherapy (RT) informed by PSMA-PET findings will lead to improved cancer control outcomes compared to RT guided by conventional staging only. This study utilizes cmRCT design in companion to PERA (Partnership initiat...

Partnership for Research on Ebola VACcinations

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and immunogenicity of three vaccine strategies that may prevent Ebola virus disease (EVD) events in children and adults. Participants will receive either the Ad26.ZEBOV (rHAd26) vaccine with a MVA-BN-Filo (MVA) boost, or the rVSVΔG-ZEBOV-GP (rVSV) vaccine with or without boosting, or placebo.

Local Injection Lidocain and Ischemic Compression in Treatment of Woman With CPP and Abdominal Miofascial Syndrome

Considering the described facts above, we formulate the hypothesis of that through the comparison of the effectiveness it enters the two main techniques of treatment for woman with secondary chronic pelvic pain the abdominal miofascil syndrome (injection of local anaesthetic and ischemic compression), could be defined more adequate the therapeutical protocol for the treatment of this pathology. We believe that this measure could significantly diminish the expenses with the trea...

Diagnosis of Insulin Resistance: 13C-Glucose Breath Test Vs HOMA Index.

The prevalence of type 2 diabetes is rising in the population for many years. It is now recognized that a period of glucose intolerance precedes the clinical symptoms appearance. This is due to a combination of b-cell dysfunction and insulin resistance. It is estimated that this pre-clinical phase of type 2diabetes may antedate the onset of overt diabetes by 10-12 years. Furthermore, insulin resistance is considered to be a main component of the metabolic syndrome and associate...

Safe Hands at the Sharp End- Implementing Aseptic Technique in the Operating Room

The aim of this integrated Knowledge Translation (iKT) study is to develop and test a multifaceted implementation intervention for feasibility, acceptability and effectiveness. The intervention will be tailored to fit the context of the operating room (OR), to promote OR team members' use of aseptic techniques during the care of frail persons undergoing acute fracture surgery of the hip. Through the use of an iKT approach, the investigators hypothesise that building on l...

Implementation of the NPMS Obstetric Hemorrhage Bundle at a Tertiary Center: Utilization of the Delphi Method

The National Partnership for Maternal Safety (NPMS) developed an obstetric hemorrhage consensus bundle to provide every United States birthing facility consistent, validated practice guidelines. To facilitate implementation of each element of this bundle at the participants large tertiary center, the investigators utilized the Delphi method to identify deficiencies, perceived barriers to implementation, and multidisciplinary consensus on changes with high feasibility and impact...

Cooperative Re-Engagement Controlled Trial (CoRECT)

CoRECT will help identify the important components of a data-sharing partnership between health departments and HIV care providers, and determine the extent to which a health department intervention can increase the number of HIV-infected persons out-of-care who: (a) link to an HIV clinic; (b) remain in HIV medical care; (c) achieve HIV viral load suppression within 12 months; and (d) achieve durable HIV viral load suppression over 18 months. We will also measure the cost-effec...

A Community-based Implementation Model for HIV Prevention and Testing in Malawi

This implementation study is testing whether community members can use a 3-step model (prepare, roll-out and sustain) to implement an efficacious peer group HIV prevention intervention with fidelity and effectiveness in a single district in Southern Malawi. A collaborative partnership including university researchers and district government, health system and traditional leaders will support community volunteers in implementation. Both the implementation process and the effecti...

Clinical Outcome in Patients With Spinal Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas (COPSDAVF)

Spinal dural arteriovenous fistulas (SDAVFs) are the most common vascular disorder of the spine and account for approximately 70% of spinal vascular malformation.They are a rare pathology with an excepted incidence of only 5-10 new cases per million inhabitants per year. Most fistulas are found in the thoracolumbar region and > 80% of all SDAVFs are located between T6 and L2, whereas the cranio-cervical, cervical and sacral fistulas are more rare. SDAVFs have an overwhelmingly ...

Partnership to Improve Nutrition and Adiposity in Prenatal Clinical Care: a Pilot and Feasibility Study

This study will pilot and assess feasibility of a prenatal intervention for obese pregnant women based on the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP). Intervention group participants will meet with a clinic dietitian for 15 minutes at every prenatal appointment to complete a DPP-based curriculum and receive breastfeeding education. Control group participants will receive usual prenatal care. Outcomes include reach and dose of the intervention, gestational weight gain, dietary intake,...

The Impact of Reducing Overtreatment on Quality of Life in Children With Refractory Epilepsy

The primary aim of the study is to determine the effect of reducing the number and/or dose of anti epileptic drugs on an individual's quality of life and seizure control in people with difficult to control epilepsy and who are on polytherapy. This is a randomised trial so children will be divided into two groups, with reduction of anti epileptic drugs in the first group (withdrawal group) and no change to their medications in the second (control group). Irrespective of the gro...

The B'N Fit POWER Initiative: A School-Based Wellness Initiative for Bronx Youth

The findings of this study will establish the feasibility and efficacy of B'N Fit POWER and given the wide presence of MSHP, MMCC and other afterschool programs, there is significant potential for dissemination of B'N Fit POWER to many other clinic-community partnership sites enabling the development of a larger grant that will test the effectiveness and dissemination process to several schools in the Bronx. The translation of a traditional clinical-based weight-loss interventi...

Better Antibiotic Prescribing Through Action Research

This PAR (participatory action research) study to improve antibiotic prescribing quality in a GPC (general practitioner cooperative) during OOH-care (out-of-hours-care) uses a mixed methods approach using qualitative as well as quantitative techniques. In a first exploratory phase we will work on partnership development and mapping the existing issues. In a second phase the focus will be on facilitating change and implementing interventions through PDSA (plan do study act) cycl...

Internet-based Intervention to Prevent Risky Sexual Behaviors in Mexican Adolescents

The objective of this study is to design and evaluate an internet-based educational strategy to prevent sexual risk behaviors in Mexican adolescents. Methods: A field trial with one intervention and one comparison group, with ex-ante and ex-post measurements will be conducted in 2 public secondary schools. Adolescents between 14 and 15 years of age will participate. The intervention will be conducted in one school and the other school will serve as a comparison group, where inv...


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