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Activating Messages for Enhancing Primary Care Practice (AMEP2): Effectiveness Study

This trial consists of two linked substudies. Substudy 1: Activating Messages for Enhancing Primary Care Practice (AMEP2): Effectiveness Study Substudy 2: Activating Messages for Enhancing Primary Care Practice (AMEP2): Toxicity Study The purpose of the Effectiveness Study is to assess the comparative effectiveness of three multimedia educational interventions (a targeted educational video, a tailored interactive multimedia computer program, and an "attention...

Quit4hlth: Enhancing Tobacco and Cancer Control Through Framed Text Messages

This study evaluates a text messaging intervention through a smokers' quitline. Smokers will either receive 30 weeks of tailored, gain-framed text messages or 30 weeks of tailored, standard care text messages, both combined with standard quitline treatment. We hypothesize that the gain-framed text message intervention will increase cessation rates at 30 weeks as compared to standard care text messages.

Messages for Increasing Dairy Consumption

Over 35,000 Canadians, 65% of men and 72% of women aged 31-50 years fail to consume the recommended number of milk and milk product servings (≤2 servings per day). Given the wide range of health benefits associated with increased dietary intake of milk and milk products the objectives of this study were to conduct a prospective, 5-arm randomised controlled trial in order to test the effectiveness of a variety of messages for increasing milk and milk product consumption in men...


Text Message Based Maintenance Intervention

The study presents findings from a randomized clinical trial evaluating the effects of text messages encouraging short emotion regulation exercises on the course of psychopathological symptoms after inpatient treatment for depression. In this context, the study also compares the effectiveness of standardized versus personalized text messages.

Effectiveness and Cost-effectiveness of Telephone-delivered Psychotherapy for Depression in Primary Care

The aim of the study is the examination of effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a telephone-based psychotherapy (Tel-PT) for depression compared to treatment as usual in primary care.

"SMS - Heals My Health"

Therapeutic patient education is an approach that has shown its usefulness in rheumatology, but the duration of its impact is limited, and therapeutic revisions are regularly necessary. The practice of physical activity is one of the goals of TPE in rheumatology and new technologies, such as SMS messages represent a possible complementary tool to amplify behavioral changes The study primary objective is to evaluate the impact of individualized SMS compared to standard SMS messa...

Implementation of a Best Practice Primary Health Care Model for Low Back Pain

POPULATION: Low back pain (LBP) is a major health problem commonly requiring health care. In Sweden, primary care professionals require an evidenced based model of care for LBP. INTERVENTION: The multi-faceted implementation of a best practice BetterBack model of care for LBP. CONTROL: Current routine practice for LBP care before implementation of the BetterBack model of care. OUTCOME: Patient reported measures (function, activity, health), therapist reported measures ...

Controlling Hypertension in Native American and Other Populations

The study evaluates the use of automated motivational messages, visit reminders, and medication reminders (using interactive voice response technology or text messages) to improve blood pressure control among adults with hypertension that receive their care at the First Nations Community Healthsource clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Half of the participants will receive usual care, while the other half will receive the automated calls or text messages and have the option to r...

The Management of Diabetes in Everyday Life Program

The overall goal of this study is to compare how well motivational messages (text messages from the doctor's office), diabetes health coaches, and enhanced usual care with diabetes education materials (provided at the doctor's office) work to help African-American adults with uncontrolled diabetes improve their diabetes self-care decisions. Self-care is difficult when you have diabetes, especially when patients have other medical conditions, their diabetes is uncontrolled, and ...

Salud al Día: Engaging Latino Parents in Pediatric Primary Care

Objective: To conduct a pilot randomized controlled trial comparing the effectiveness of a parent support intervention consisting of periodic text messages and educational support (video, collateral materials),and usual care on the healthcare engagement of limited English proficient (LEP) Latino parents during their child's first year and to examine its impact on healthcare utilization and primary care quality.

Patient Portal - Flu Reminder Recall

This trial is taking place in Los Angeles, CA at clinics within the UCLA Health System. Despite the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendation in 2010 that all people above 6 months of age should receive an annual flu vaccine, vaccination rates remain low: at 6m-4.9 yrs. (70%), 5-17.9 yrs. (56%), 18-64.9 yrs. (38%), and >65 yrs. (63%). The investigators will assess the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of 1, 2, 3 MyChart R/R messages as compared to t...

Low Back Pain - What's Next? Stratified Care Compared to Current Practice

Background Studies in the United Kingdom find the stratified care model of the STarT Back Tool (SBT) to be superior to usual care in primary care low back pain (LBP) patients. However, considerations on differences in health care and social systems across countries are required before taking steps towards any recommendations of implementing stratified care into other health care services. Objective To investigate the effectiveness of the stratified care model of the SBT, when ...

Does the Message Matter? Enhancing Adherence in Healthcare Through Persuasive Messages

In this research we propose to develop a comprehensive model to explain how users process persuasive messages. We then propose to experimentally test varying the persuasiveness of message content in various domains, and assess their impact on adherence by both physicians and patients. Finally based on our conceptual model and results from the experimental data we propose to develop preliminary guidelines to assist developers in designing effective messages.

Enhancing Source Credibility in Tobacco Regulatory Communications

This study will assess the impact of cigarette constituent messages with and without FDA source and quit information in a randomized controlled trial. We hypothesize that cigarette constituent messages will increase intention to quit compared to messages about littering cigarettes (the control). We also hypothesize that constituent messages that include FDA source and quit information will increase intention to quit compared to messages without that information.

Practice of Acceptance, Awareness, and Compassion in Caregiving (PAACC)

The Primary objective of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness of mindfulness based caregiver intervention, Practice of Acceptance, Awareness, and Compassion in Caregiving (PAACC) compared to an established cognitive behavior therapy based dementia caregiver intervention, Resources for Enhancing Alzheimer's Caregiver Health (REACH) in improving caregiver burden and quality of life of care recipient.

Text Messaging in Healthcare Utilization

Our overall goal is to assess the feasibility and effectiveness of using text messages as an educational tool in order to improve health care utilization among the parents and caregivers of newborns; in particular, we seek to understand how educational text messages counteract the effects of low health literacy as it relates to non-urgent visits to the emergency department.

Patient Retention in HIV Medical Care in a Primary Care Practice in Australia

The purpose of this study is to determine linkage and retention in care in patients with HIV infection and reasons for loss to follow up Care in a High HIV-caseload Inner City Primary Care Practice in Sydney, Australia. The investigators hypothesise that patients attending HHMP will have higher rates of linkage and retention in care than the US HIV-infected population, and equivalent to Australian modelling.

e-CHAMP: Enhancing Care for Hospitalized Older Adults With Memory Problems

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a cognitive screening program coupled with a computerized decision support system in improving the quality of care for hospitalized older adults with cognitive impairment.

Telemedicine-Based Collaborative Care to Reduce Rural Disparities

Across the country, Community Health Centers are participating in the Health Disparities Collaboratives sponsored by the Health Services Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The Health Disparities Collaboratives integrate three complementary conceptual frameworks: 1) the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's (IHI) Breakthrough Series Model; 2) the Improvement Model (i.e., Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles); and 3) Wagner's Chronic Care Model. The Chronic Care model uses pati...

Using Practice Facilitation in Primary Care Settings to Reduce Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease

The primary purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of practice facilitation as a quality improvement strategy for implementing the Million Hearts' ABCS treatment guidelines for reducing cardiovascular disease (CVD) among high-risk patients who receive care in primary care practices in New York City. The ABCS refer to the following: Aspirin in high-risk individuals (A), Blood pressure control and management (B), Cholesterol management (C), and Smoking cessation (...

Impact of Text Messages to Promote Secondary Prevention After Acute Coronary Syndrome

The study is a two-arm, parallel, randomized clinical trial. The purpose of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness of automated mobile phone text message-based intervention for secondary prevention after acute coronary syndrome hospitalization. Text messages will include information about lifestyle modifications, medication adherence and cardiovascular risk factor control. The participants will be randomized into intervention and control groups in a 1:1 ratio. The intervent...

Enhancing mHealth Technology to Activate Chronic Care Patients

Multi-site feasibility study designed to assist type-2 diabetes patients in self-care activities. The study includes Bluetooth-enabled medical devices (i.e. scales, blood pressure cuffs, glucometers, and activity monitors) for both intervention and control groups. Those in the intervention group will have the devices linked too a mobile health care environment that provides key benefits that include: device data trending, reinforcing tailored behavioral messages, and enhanced c...

Enhancing Care of the Aged and Dying in Prisons

The mission of corrections is to provide custody, control and care for incarcerated individuals. United States prisons are required by constitutional law to provide adequate care for growing numbers of older inmates who will likely spend their final days in prison. This Phase II project focuses on the correct users accessing correct learning strategies in the correct setting (i.e., interdisciplinary prison staff accessing high quality products designed to educate and lead pract...

Recognition of Abnormal Pediatric Blood Pressures in Primary Care

This study will look at general pediatricians' effectiveness at screening children for elevated blood pressure values in the primary care setting. Two new screening tools will be introduced and their effectiveness will be measured against current practice by way of medical chart review.

Translation of an Intervention for Violence Among Adolescents in Emergency Departments

The translation study aims to refine and package intervention and training materials essential to translating an efficacious Emergency Department (ED) based Brief Intervention (BI) for violence (SafERteens) for two delivery methods: by ED staff on site or by therapist remotely. The study will take place in two phases. During the Effectiveness phase, we will determine the effectiveness of the interventions [on-site therapist delivered BI + text messages (n=133); remote therapy d...

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