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Expanding Rural Access: Distance Delivery of Support Groups (Main Study)

The study will answer two questions about women with breast cancer in rural communities: 1. Will they find this support group format utilizing videoconferencing acceptable and rewarding? 2. Will they report a greater sense of emotional and informational support, and less depression and traumatic stress, than the control groups of women who wait to participate until after the first groups have ended?

Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD) Support Groups and Veterans

In this study, we will compare the quality of life in veterans having ICD who attend the ICD support groups to those who do not. We ask them to answer a set of quality of life questionnaires at baseline and then at 3,6,9 and 12 month visits. These questionnaires would be analyzed to assess if attending support groups made a difference. These results will be compared to a similar study done at Emory University on non veterans.

Safety and Feasibility of Normothermic Machine Perfusion to Rescue Orphan Livers

Orphan livers are organs that have been declined for clinical use by all centers due to their marginality. The current standard of care of liver preservation before transplant is cold storage. NMP may allow these livers to be evaluated before transplantation. NMP has already been used in a clinical setting with promising results.The advantage to utilizing NMP is that it would attenuate the incidence and clinical impact of classical preservation injury, reduce EAD and other comp...

A Study of Protein Metabolism, Microbiome and Investigational Probiotic Use in Patients With ALS

ALS, also known as "Lou Gehrig's" disease, is a neurodegenerative disease which is fatal. Treatment for ALS is limited and currently consists of primary symptom relief or support. In addition, time from diagnosis to death averages 3-5 years. New Biotic, LLC has submitted an Orphan Drug Designation Application for an investigational probiotic and have indicated the need for more study of this orphaned drug in ALS patients.

Primary Care Patients With Depression for Internet-Based Social Support

The purpose of this study is to develop and pilot test two interventions that lead to at least 30% of individuals with depression presenting to primary care engaging with an Internet-based depression support group. The investigators will identify primary care patients with depression who state they have access to the Internet and are willing to consider treatment for depression. In the primary care office they will be given one of three interventions introducing them to the I...

Online Support Groups for Depression and Anxiety

The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of online support groups for anxiety and depression.

The Effect of Group Treatment for Depression: A Study of Metacognitive Therapy, Mindfulness and Support Groups

This study evaluates the effect of metacognitive group therapy on depression compared to mindfulness groups and supportive groups. The participants, all with a history of depression and with current symptoms of depression, will be randomized to one of the three group interventions.

Caregiver Burden and Depression: Caring for Those Who Care for Others

The purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of support group intervention for primary caregivers of a person with dementia or similar cognitive impairment.

From Clinic to Community Study

This study is a 12-month study. There are two different groups in the study. Both groups will enter the study after the graduation from 8-hour diabetes education course taught at VGH, St. Paul's, or Richmond Hospital. The first group will receive on-going support from their peers who have diabetes and are trained specifically to help other patients with diabetes. The second group will receive the usual care.

Mother's Milk Messaging: Evaluation of a Bilingual APP to Support Initiation and Exclusive Breastfeeding in New Mothers

This study is being conducted to evaluate the breastfeeding support program utilizing bilingual English-Spanish tailored text messages and online support to support exclusive and continuous breastfeeding for new mothers--comparing texting alone, texting with an online support group to those with usual care. The cost involved in moderating the online groups and providing bidirectional consultation when needed will be evaluated and qualitative feedback from a subset of mothers in...

Talking Time: Telephone Support Groups for Informal Caregivers of People With Dementia

Caring for people with dementia (PwD) at home requires an enormous amount of time, organization and commitment. Therefore, informal caregivers (ICs), mainly relatives, of PwD often feel a high burden. Even though support groups on-site have shown positive effects on the subjective well-being and on the perceived social support of ICs, relatives either have no time or opportunity to leave the PwD alone or there are no support groups in the vicinity. The Talking Time project ther...

Smoking Cessation in Groups and With Tobacco Pastils

The purpose of this trial is to examine if smokeless tobacco combined with group support might increase smoking cessation rate compared with groups support in smokers.

The Scleroderma Patient-centered Intervention Network (SPIN) Support Group Leader Education Program Feasibility Trial

Many people living with a rare disease turn to peer-led support groups to cope with their condition and access educational resources. Systemic sclerosis (SSc), or scleroderma, is a rare autoimmune connective tissue disease where peer-led support groups play an important role. There are currently approximately 200 SSc support groups in Canada and the US, most of which are led by people with SSc. Many SSc patients, however, cannot access support groups. In other cases, support gr...

Support Groups for Patients With Mild Cognitive Impairment and Their Partners

This study aims at developing and evaluating a support group program for patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and their partners. These patients have defective memory function but are not demented. However, there is an increased chance of developing dementia in the near future; 10-15% per year for MCI patients, in contrast to 1-2% per year for healthy elderly persons. For the patients and their caregivers this means that they are confronted with feelings of uncertainty...

The PrEliMS Feasibility Trial

The PrEliMS study is a mixed-methods feasibility randomised controlled trial of a point of diagnosis intervention programme which aims to provide emotional support for newly diagnosed people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). This feasibility study will enable us to plan for a definitive trial to evaluate the clinical and cost-effectiveness of this point of diagnosis intervention programme. The aim is to assess the feasibility of the trial procedures and intervention, and to evaluat...

Support, Health, and Fibromyalgia

This study tests the effects of social support and education on the health and well-being of people with fibromyalgia (FMS). We recruited 600 adults with a confirmed diagnosis of FMS from a large health maintenance organization. We randomly assigned the study participants to one of three groups. People in the social support group met with others who suffer from FMS for 2 hours every week for 10 weeks, and then monthly for an additional 10 months. The social support and educatio...

Do Community Cancer Support Groups Reduce Physiological Stress in Women With Primary Breast Cancer?

Women with primary breast cancer may benefit from participating in supports groups as they cope with treatment and the psychological challenges of survivorship. Studies have documented that these women benefit from support groups run in a university setting; however, no one has documented that they benefit from community cancer support groups. Many community cancer support groups exist and provide service to a large number of women with breast cancer. It is important to know if...

Reintegration: The Role of Spouse Telephone BATTLEMIND Pilot Study

This study will expand the Department of Defense (DoD) one time, face-to-face post deployment BATTLEMIND training for spouses of Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom (OEF/OIF) Guard/Reserve service members into year-long, telephone groups focusing on education, skills building and support. The goal is to build spouses' resilience to cope with reintegration, help them serve as a support system for returning service members, and ease the transition for families pos...

Transplantation of Hematopoietic Progenitors From Haploidentical Donor With Selective in Vitro Depletion Allo-reactive Lymphocytes in Patient With High Risk Hematological Malignancies

Therapeutic exploratory study to evaluate safety, open, nonrandomized, multicentre, prospective, of cohort of patients who will receive different doses of allo-depleted lymphocytes . This project joins in this pioneering worldwide initiative with its own technology based on the use of proteasome inhibitors in vitro, which advantages are, over other methods described, the continuing viability of regulatory T cells and the use of a product to generate allo-depletion that, ...

Spouse READI (Resilience Education And Deployment Information) Post Deployment Telephone Support Groups

This 12-month study is for spouses or significant others of service members who have returned from Afghanistan or Iraq. This study will determine if participating in a telephone discussion group, offering education, skills building, and support, will help increase post-deployment adjustment. There will be 225 spouses recruited for this study.

Feasibility and Preliminary Efficacy of Support Figure Attendance at Bariatric Patients' Clinical Visits

The purpose of this study is to examine the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary efficacy for the inclusion of support figures and romantic partners throughout the bariatric surgery process, from pre-surgery to two months post-surgery. This will be done using a four-arm randomized controlled trial (RCT). Using simple randomization, female patients in romantic relationships will be randomized into partner attended (PA) groups and treatment as usual (PA-TU) groups; patient...

Lentiviral-mediated Gene Therapy of Fanconi Anemia Patients Subtype A

This is an open, Phase I / II clinical trial to evaluate the safety and efficacy of a hematopoietic gene therapy procedure with an orphan drug consisting of a lentiviral vector carrying the FANCA gene for patients with Fanconi Anemia of Subtype A . CD34 + cells derived from bone marrow and / or mobilized peripheral blood (fresh and / or cryopreserved) from patients with Fanconi subtype A (FA-A), will be transduced ex vivo with a lentiviral vector carrying the gene FANCA (orpha...

Testing the Effectiveness of Telephone Support for Dementia Caregivers

The primary goal of the study is documentation of effectiveness of telephone support groups to reduce caregiver burden and stress. Caregivers who participate in intervention (Telephone Support) should experience lower levels of stress, burden and health care utilization (lower use of psychotropic drugs, fewer scheduled/unscheduled medical visits, lower rates of institutionalization, more efficient use of time in managing care recipient problems) compared to those caregivers in ...

Development of In Vitro Functional Assays From Primary Cells of Patients With Monogenic Diseases

The objective of this project is to build a collection of biological samples consisting of fibroblasts and primary keratinocytes from patients with orphan monogenic diseases and to use these cells in the customization of functional tests. The miniaturized tests we are setting up make it possible to distinguish patient cells from control cells. They can be used to test molecules or for the development of diagnostic tests. As part of the research protocol, the investigating phys...

Chama Cha MamaToto: a Pilot Study of Peer Support Groups in Kenya

Preventing maternal and newborn deaths remain high on the global agenda. To address this, the Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare (AMPATH), in partnership with the Government of Kenya, launched Chama cha MamaToto, a community-led peer-support model that groups women together in pregnancy and infancy. Central to the chama approach is the integration of health, social and financial literacy education with a savings/loans program.

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