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WittyFit - Live Your Work Differently

Individuals spend one third of their life working. Age of retirement is regularly pushed back. The main challenge in the nearest future will be to maintain workers health to deal with their work till retirement. Morbidity before retirement has a huge cost, both in public health and economically for companies. Numerous factors increase morbidity such as stress at work, sedentary and low physical activity, and poor nutrition habits. Nowadays, digital world wildly invades lives an...


Examining Parkinson's Disease-Related Retirement: Results of Turkey

Although Parkinson Disease's (PD) is usually associated with an older patient population, 5% of patients are diagnosed at age 50 and 30% before 65 years of age. This shows that many patients with PD have diagnosed during the active study and have long periods of normal retirement. After the diagnosis of Parkinson's patients, the duration of leaving of employment vary between 0 and 25 years. It was found that patients' full-time working capacity decreased by up to 80% and they q...

Impact of a Multi-modal Multi-professional Intervention on the Nurse on Antibiotics Prescribing in EHPAD Retirement Home

The purpose of this study is to measure the impact of a multimodal intervention through the nurse in relation to prescribers, residents and their families, on antibiotics prescribing for urinary infection in EHPAD Retirement Home


Fit and Strong! Plus Comparative Effectiveness Trial

This randomized controlled trial is comparing outcomes of customary Fit and Strong!, to Fit and Strong! Plus, an enhanced version of the program that incorporates weight management. We hypothesize that Fit and Strong! Plus participants will show improved diet behaviors at 2, 6, 12, and 18 months that will be accompanied by a significant 5% weight loss at 6 months and maintained to 18 months, compared to participants in customary Fit and Strong!.

SeniorWorkingLife (Danish Title: SeniorArbejdsLiv)

Due to demographic changes across Europe there are strong political interests in maintaining the labour force by prolonging working life, i.e. increasing retirement age. The present study investigates push and stay mechanisms for labor market attachment among older workers or people who have recently retired.

Measuring the Impact of Taking Care in the Context of an Innovative System for Keeping Dependent Elderly People in Their Homes

The purpose of this study is to compare life quality of patients taking care by DIAPASON 92 with patients or residents from control group EHPAD (retirement home)

Strong Families Strong Forces: Supporting Active Duty Families With Very Young Children

The purpose of this research is to evaluate the efficacy of the Strong Families Strong Forces Parenting Program compared to a parental self-care (Strong Parents) condition in a sample of 150 Active Duty Families with children ages birth to 5 years.

High Flow Ventilation With Volume Guarantee

The trial is a pilot study performed in the NICU's at Oslo University Hospital and Haukeland University Hospital preparing a multi-center randomized, controlled unblinded cross-over study, comparing high frequency ventilation (HFV) with and without volume guarantee (VG).

A Physical Activity and Diet Program to Prevent Accumulation of Abdominal Fat Mass in Recently Retired Men and Women

Advancing age in itself is associated with changes in body composition. However, during transitional life stages, such as retirement, detrimental changes on diet and physical activity may occur. This might lead to weight gain and accumulation of abdominal fat. To prevent these changes, participants receive a low-intensity intervention on energy balance and related behaviours. After six months, one and two years, the effects will be studied by comparing the intervention ...

Balance Recovery Training for Fall Prevention in Retirement Communities

The goal of this translational research study is to evaluate the efficacy and feasibility of balance recovery training as an on-site fall prevention exercise intervention for older adults living in retirement communities. Falls are the leading cause of injuries and injury-related deaths among older adults over the age of 65 in the United States. While it is generally accepted that exercise helps prevent falls, exercise does not always reduce the number of falls, and it remain...

Evaluation of the Prevalence of BPPV and Longterm Effects of Its Therapy Using the Rotundum Device in Retirement Homes

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is one of the most common types of vertigo, especially in elderly. Therefore the investigators have set the goal to evaluate the prevalence of BPPV and its therapy using the Rotundum device in elderly living in retirement homes. Furthermore the investigators use a questionnaire to evaluate possible predictive signs to improve the diagnosis of this disease.

Best Function of Range of Motion (cRCT)

Mobility is a crucial factor for independence and quality of life in older people. However, the majority of those in retirement homes are not physically active to maintain mobility and independence. The aim of the cluster randomized controlled bestform trial in 20 retirement homes (1:1 randomization) is to evaluate the efficacy of a multimodal exercise program for older people living in retirement homes in comparison to usual care over 6 months. Within the intervention ...

Study of Whether Educational Visits to Primary Care Professionals Improves the Quality of Care They Provide.

The purpose of this study is to find out whether educational visits by Pharmacists, who are already employed as advisers in health organisations, improve the prescribing habits of primary care doctors.

Comparing Two Different Modes of Ventilation in Pretem Neonates Bilevel VG and PRVC

Intubated preterm infants between 800-1200 grams and under 32 weeks of gestational age will start with PRVC ventilation mode, basal blood gases and work of breathing will measured. After that mode will shift to Bilevel Volume Guarantee mode for two hours than clinical and other parameters will be checked again. After this intervention, patients will allocated to PRVC or Bilevel VG group for remaining time.

Paracetamol Versus Placebo in Conjunction With Strong Opioids for Cancer Pain

National guidelines advocate the use of paracetamol in conjunction with strong opioids for cancer pain, despite a lack of evidence for its efficacy. Work is needed to examine the analgesic benefit of paracetamol in this large patient group. The investigators aim to establish if paracetamol in combination with strong opioids provides superior analgesia for cancer related pain over strong opioids alone.

Multilevel Intervention for Physical Activity in Retirement Communities

The purpose of this study is to assess whether a 6-month multilevel physical activity intervention can significantly increase physical activity levels in sedentary adults, 65 and older, living in Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs). Sedentary residents (N=320)in 16 CCRCs will receive the multilevel MIPARC intervention or a control health education program for 6 months. A group randomized control design will be employed with site as the unit of randomization. The int...

Efficacy of Fibrin Sealant to Reduce the Amount of Post-thyroidectomy Drain

Fibrin sealant has been studied to reduce post-thyroidectomy drain and hospital stay as well. However, no strong evidence from well-designed clinical trials is available. Harmonic scalpel is a ultrasonic vibrating scissors which makes it easy to cut and coagulate the tissues, thus reducing op time and postoperative drain, which is important to minimize hospital stay. The investigators hypothesized that fibrin sealant combined with harmonic scalpel-assisted procedure could guara...

Strong Hearts: Rural CVD Prevention

Strong Hearts, Healthy Communities is a research study which aims to reduce cardiovascular disease (CVD), improve quality of life, and reduce CVD related health care costs in rural communities. The investigators' aim is to better understand how changes in lifestyle can affect the health of rural women and others in their communities.

Evaluation of Strong & Steady - Fall Preventive Group Exercise Program

The aim of the study is to investigate the effect of Strong and Steady (S&S) group exercise on fall risk and physical function among community-dwelling older adults over 12 months. A cluster randomized stepped wedge design will be used.

Strong People Strength Training Study

The Strong People Strength Training study aims to assess whether a community-based progressive strength training program can improve risk factors for diabetes and heart disease in older rural adults.

Comparison of Automated Oxygen Control With and Without Automated Pressure Control in Preterm Ventilated Infants.

This is a cross-over randomized study. Eligible participants are preterm infants born at less than 32 weeks gestation (23+0 to 31+6 weeks), who are receiving conventional mechanical ventilation through an endotracheal tube and have a need for supplemental oxygen at the time of enrolment. The planned sample size is 19 subjects completing the study with both arms (38 study periods). The objective of this crossover study is to evaluate the efficacy of the automatic oxygen control ...

Safety and Effectiveness of THIODERM STRONG in the Correction of Nasolabial Folds

This is a prospective, open label, dose-escalating, multicenter clinical investigation to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of THIODERM STRONG in the correction of nasolabial folds. The performance is assessed using the 5-point Nasolabial Folds Severity Rating Scale (NLF-SRS) at Week 12 compared to baseline.

Strong Heart Study Analyses Obesity and Lipoproteins

To examine the relationship of obesity and body fat distribution to lipoprotein concentrations in members of the Strong Heart Study.

Live Long Walk Strong (LLWS) Rehabilitation Program: What Features Improve Mobility Skills

This study is being performed to evaluate the efficacy of the Live Long Walk Strong rehabilitation program in Veterans 50 years and older. This study will also examine the features of the program that contribute to improved gait speed.

Strong Men, Strong Communities

SMSC will inform the design and implementation of culturally informed, community-based lifestyle interventions for diabetes prevention in AI men in our partner communities and elsewhere, as well as in men of other minority groups who experience a heavy burden of diabetes.


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