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Study to Improve Partner Services for STD Prevention

The goal of this study was to examine the efficacy of patient-delivered partner treatment (PDPT) compared to standard partner referral (PR) and booklet enhanced partner referral (BEPR).


Investigation of the Two Level Simplify® Cervical Artificial Disc

This study is intended to demonstrate that the Simplify® Cervical Artificial Disc (Simplify® Disc) is at least as safe and effective as conventional anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) when used to treat two contiguous discs from C3 to C7 following discectomy at two contiguous levels for intractable radiculopathy (arm pain and/or a neurological deficit) with or without neck pain or myelopathy due to abnormalities localized to the levels of the two contiguous disc s...

Health Partner Evaluation at Princeton

This is a prospective, single-center, randomized, comparative, controlled study. Princeton HealthCare System will enroll a total of 296 subjects (18 years or older) who are electing to have total knee or hip replacement surgery. Subjects will be randomized to either the treatment group (Health Partner alongside standard care) or the control group (standard care alone). Health Partner is a combination of an iPhone or iPod Touch Operating System mobile application and a health ca...


Investigation of the Simplify™ Cervical Artificial Disc

This study is intended to demonstrate that the Simplify™ Disc is at least as safe and effective as conventional anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) when used to treat one level between C3 to C7 for cervical degenerative disc disease (DDD) defined as intractable radiculopathy (arm pain and/or a neurological deficit) with or without neck pain or myelopathy due to a single-level abnormality localized to the level of the disc space in subjects who are unresponsive to c...

Control of Trichomoniasis

This study is designed to try to find the best method of partner notification and treatment for partners of women with trichomonas

Primary Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence in India

The goal of this study is to test and evaluate the feasibility, acceptance, safety, and efficacy of an an intimate partner violence (IPV) intervention in recently-married, low-income husband-wife dyads in Pune, India.

Recovering From Intimate Partner Violence Using Strengths and Empowerment (RISE)

Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a major health concern for women Veterans. IPV is associated with numerous physical and mental health conditions. VHA is implementing IPV screening programs to identify female patients who experience past-year IPV. Despite strong evidence that screening increases detection of IPV, less is established about how to intervene following IPV disclosure in health care settings, in order to improve health outcomes. Existing healthcare-based intervent...

Brief Intervention to Reduce Drinking and Intimate Partner Violence in Women

The purpose of this study is to examine whether adding a brief alcohol treatment to standard violence intervention programs for women will result in reduced drinking, reduced partner violence perpetration, and reduced partner violence victimization. We hypothesize that, relative to standard care, women receiving the additional brief alcohol intervention will have better alcohol use and partner violence outcomes.

Addressing Gender Based Violence in HIV Testing and Counseling

The overarching goal of this study is to pilot an approach to HIV testing and counseling (HTC) that addresses intimate partner violence. The results of the study will fill an important gap in the literature and contribute to efforts by Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya—and the HIV and sexual and reproductive health field globally—to better address intimate partner violence in our work.

The Utility of Clinical Milestones Pathway in a Cardiovascular ICU

The economic burden of health care is becoming a greater burden from year to year. Medicare spending, which represented 20 percent of national health spending in 2013, grew 3.4 percent to $585.7 billion, a slowdown from growth of 4.0 percent in 2012. This slowdown was attributed largely to slower enrollment growth and impacts of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and sequestration. Per-enrollee spending in 2013 grew at about the same rate as 2012. The push to create Accountable Car...

Treatment of Intimate Partner Violence and Substance Abuse in a Forensic Setting

Intimate partner violence is a significant societal problem. However, treatment of IPV perpetrators is far from effective, which may be partly due to the fact that the role of substance abuse is not taken into account. There is considerable evidence that a strong relationship between the use of alcohol and other drugs and intimate partner violence exists. Besides, a few studies indicate that reducing substance use may have a positive impact on IPV. Therefore, in this study, per...

Women Abuse and the Role of the Family Doctor.

The study tested a training to improve recognition of abused female patients in family practice.Effect measures of the training were: number of reported cases wherein the doctor suspected and discussed partner abuse and the number of non-obviuos reasons to suspect partner abuse.We assumed that following a training would improve the recognition of abused women. Secondary to this trial we explored gender differences of family doctors in discussing partner abuse and we inte...

Partner Involvement During Pregnancy and Its Association With Maternal Health Behaviors

This study assessed the relationship between pregnant women, partner support, and cigarette and alcohol use in pregnancy.

Evaluation of Counseling for Partner Notification

- In the formative stage of the project, we have investigated through qualitative and quantitative studies to identify a potential intervention to promote partner referral for sexually transmitted patients in Bangladesh. - We conducted a quasi-randomised trial to evaluate if single session counseling is effective in improving partner referral for patients with sexually transmitted infection.

Partner-Assisted Emotional Disclosure for GI Cancer

The long-range goal of this research is to develop better ways of helping GI cancer patients and their caregivers cope more effectively with the demands of the disease. The study is designed to test the hypothesis that a partner-assisted emotional disclosure intervention will be more effective in enhancing patient' psychological adjustment than a cancer education condition.

Brief Intervention for Substance Use and Partner Abuse Among Females in the ER

The purpose of this study is to target co-occurring problems of substance use and intimate partner violence (IPV) using a computer-based intervention, B-SAFER (Brief intervention for Substance use and partner Abuse for Females in the Emergency Room). This project will develop and test the computer-based intervention, examining primary outcomes of substance use and utilization of relationship safety resources.

Uterine Irrigation Method in Infertility Patients Who Require PGD

The study will involve 30 pairs of male and female sexually intimate partners who are carriers for a genetic disease (e.g Sickle Cell Disease or Thalassemia) and at high risk of transmitting the gene. The female partner will be superovulated to mature multiple oocytes which can be fertilized, inseminated with her partner's sperm through intra-uterine insemination (IUI). Four to six days after IUI, the female partner will undergo a non-surgical uterine lavage procedure to recove...

Partner Notification for Chlamydia in Primary Care

The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of partner notification by general practice nurses with referral to a specialist clinic for people with genital chlamydia diagnosed in a community setting. We hypothesised that referral to a specialist would be more effective in ensuring treatment of the sexual partners of infected people than the simpler nurse-led strategy.

A Multicenter, Randomized, Parallel Group, Double-Blind, Placebo Controlled, Flexible Dose Escalation Study To Evaluate Sexual And Relationship Satisfaction In The Female Partner Of Men With Erectile Dysfunction Treated With Sildenafil Citrate

To compare the effects of sildenafil versus placebo on the female partner's sexual satisfaction as assessed by Question 3 of Female Partner of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) Subject Questionnaire (FePEDS-Q): "Over the past 4 weeks, when you had sexual intercourse, how often was it satisfactory for you?" For ED subjects, determine difference in the Erectile Function domain of International Index of Erectile Function (IIEF) between sildenafil citrate and placebo at end of the treatme...

Computer-Assisted Screening for Intimate Partner Violence in Family Practice

This study tested the effectiveness of computer-assisted screening for identifying patients at risk of intimate partner violence (IPV) in a Canadian family practice. It was hypothesized that the use of computer-assisted screening among female patients would lead to higher rates of IPV discussion-opportunity and IPV detection during medical consultations, compared to patients receiving standard medical care.

The Use of HIV Self-tests to Promote Partner and Couples Testing: a Randomized Trial

This randomized controlled trial will explore whether the provision of oral HIV self-test kits to women can increase HIV testing among their male partners. The study will recruit adult women from antenatal care and post-partum clinics in Kisumu. Each participant will be randomized to either receive two HIV self-tests or to receive counseling referring their partner to HIV testing (standard of care). Over a 3 month period, we will obtain information from study participants on ho...

Efficacy Trial of Raices Nuevas

This trial will test the impact of a culturally tailored and theory driven primary intimate partner violence prevention intervention with Spanish speaking Latino men.

Spine Pain INtervention to Enhance Care Quality And Reduce Expenditure

Low back and neck pain are among the leading causes of medical visits, lost productivity and disability. There is an urgent need to identify effective and efficient ways of helping subjects with acute spine pain while guiding practitioners towards high-value care. This trial will be a block and cluster-randomized open-label multi-centered pragmatic randomized clinical trial comparing healthcare spending and clinical outcomes for subjects with spine pain of less than six weeks d...

Safety and Effectiveness of Computer Screening for Intimate Partner Violence

The purpose of this study is to see if using a computer kiosk to screen men and women for intimate partner violence victimization and perpetration is safe and effective. We hypothesize that screening will not result in any adverse events.

Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 (HSV-2) Suppression to Prevent HIV Transmission

The University of Washington has received funding to conduct a proof-of-concept trial to assess the impact of suppression of genital herpes on HIV infectiousness. This study (the Partners in Prevention Study) will enroll HIV discordant heterosexual couples in which the HIV-infected partner is co-infected with herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2) to test the efficacy of twice daily (bid) acyclovir (400 mg) given to the HIV-infected partner to prevent transmission to his/her HIV ...


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