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13:19 EDT 15th August 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Qualitative Analysis of Hospital Executives, Physician Administrators, and Hospital Legal Counsels' Perceptions of End-of-Life Care

Interviewing hospital executives, physician administrators and hospital legal counsel who work in a hospital setting (academic, governmental, private or community hospital) about their perceptions concerning current and future end-of-life care provided in their facilities


Improving Contraceptive Counseling in the United States

This project develops a contraceptive counseling protocol (CCP) grounded in scientific evidence and evaluates the CCP for promoting behaviors conducive to preventing unintended pregnancy among women. The project develops and refines the CCP using focus groups and in-depth interviews with (a) key administrators in the national office of Planned Parenthood (b) key administrators in participating Title X clinics, (c) contraceptive counselors, and (d) clients of the health centers....

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Implementing a Participatory, Multi-level Intervention to Improve Asian American Health Study

This feasibility and acceptability study will be conducted at 3 community outreach centers serving an urban, low-income Chinese population. The study will evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of implementing a partnered intervention to improve the oral and general health of low-income, urban Chinese American adults and of using remote data entry into an electronic health record (EHR). The research staff will survey a sample of Chinese American patients screened at each ce...


Promoting HIV Self-testing With Real-time Online Counseling for MSM in Hong Kong

Objectives To evaluate the efficacy of a program promoting HIV self-testing (HIVST) with online real-time counselling (HIVST-online) among men who have with men (MSM) in Hong Kong. Participants Inclusion criteria are: i) Hong Kong Chinese speaking males aged ≥ 18 years old, ii) self-report having had anal sex with at least one man in the last six months, iii) willing to leave contacts (mobile phone and/or social media account), and iv) having access to online face-to-face co...

CAMS-RAS: for Suicide Prevention

The overarching goal of this research is to create a tool that could reduce suicide rates, increase delivery of efficacious suicide interventions, and decrease overall costs associated with suicidal behaviors. With this in mind, investigators intend to: (1) develop and scientifically validate a relational agent for suicidal patients that delivers Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS), an efficacious and cost-effective intervention developed by David Jobe...

Smart Television and Exercise Promotion for Independent Living Facilities

Physical activity (PA) has physical, emotional, and cognitive benefits for seniors (e.g., increased strength and balance, reduced frailty, fewer falls, improved brain function, lower mortality risk), yet many seniors have limited access to exercise options due to numerous barriers (e.g., transportation concerns, financial costs, fear of injury/falling). This project will overcome common exercise barriers by creating an interactive web-enabled TV program (i.e., Smart TV), adapte...

The Impact of Medicaid Health Homes on Patients With Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is common in the United States; about 1 in 10 people have the disease. Diabetes can cause devastating health events, such as hospitalizations, kidney failure, blindness, amputation, heart attack, stroke, painful nerve damage (neuropathy), and death. There are many barriers for patients with diabetes that get in the way of controlling risk factors, following recommendations, and getting the care they need from the health system to help prevent these complications...

Building a Novel Antibiotic Stewardship Intervention for Nursing Homes

The OASIS Collaborative is an organizational intervention aimed at reducing unnecessary antibiotic use in skilled nursing facilities. The first target of intervention is the tasks carried out by nursing staff after a change in condition and after an antibiotic prescription is initiated. The second target are the management staff who provide feedback to staff. The third target are the administrators who identify and overcome organizational barriers to implementation. In t...

Early Intervention for Suicide Risk Among Immigrant Youth

The purpose of this project is to develop and test a family-based preventive intervention for suicide risk among 1st and 2nd generation immigrant Latino/a adolescents. The intervention will focus on reducing suicide risk by reducing family conflict and intergenerational cultural conflict and improving parent-child communication. We will first develop the 8-session preventive intervention with quantitative data from analysis of existing longitudinal studies and qualitative feedb...

POL and Access Intervention to Reduce HIV Stigma Among Service Providers in China

In this project, UCLA's Center for Community Health (CCH) will develop an efficacious intervention trial integrating both individual and structural components to reduce HIV- related stigma among service providers in China and therefore benefit people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). The purpose of this study is to develop a feasible, practical and low cost intervention strategy that will prevent and/or reduce the negative effects of HIV-related stigma among health service p...

Yo Puedo! Diabetes Self-Management Education + mHealth in Mexico City

The aims of this study are: 1. To translate an evidence-based diabetes self-management education (DSME) program, Yo Puedo!, to the cultural norms, expertise of providers, and systems of care in Seguro Popular clinics in Mexico. The program will be adapted through a collaborative team of diabetes experts in the US and Mexico, Seguro Popular clinic administrators, physicians, nurses and adults with type 2 diabetes (T2D) in Mexico City, Mexico. This ...

CAMS Relational Agent System (CAMS-RAS) for Suicide Prevention

This Phase II study is a continuation of the Phase I feasibility study where the investigators fully met and exceeded project aims to design, build, and test the usability and acceptability of an avatar-based system, the Virtual-CAMS (V-CAMS, formerly called CAMS-RAS), for use by suicidal ED patients and medical personnel responsible for their care. Phase II includes a formative phase, during which the investigators will continue conducting usability and acceptability tests of ...

Mobile Technology to Support Physical Therapy Exercise

Osteoarthritis is the leading cause of disability in the U.S, particularly in older adults. Exercise is an evidence-based treatment option that improves pain and disability outcomes in adults with osteoarthritis, but adherence to prescribed exercise is generally low. Technology such as mobile applications (apps) for smartphones and tablets offers the potential to support exercise adherence through evidence-based components and enhanced communication between physical therapists ...

A Comparison of Language Intervention Programs

Brief Summary: Nearly 7% of elementary school children present with difficulties learning and using language. Unfortunately, language impairments are often long lasting and may have serious social, academic, and vocational ramifications. More than 1 million children receive language intervention in the public schools each year, and many more are seen in hospitals and other clinical settings. This randomized clinical trial compares the language outcomes of Fast ForWord t...

Effects of a Patient Driven Assessment Process With Complex Pain Patients

The objective of this study is to engage patients with chronic pain and other key stakeholders in an iterative process of pilot-testing a validated patient generated instrument, the Measure Yourself Medical Outcome Profile (MYMOP), to support primary care encounters and provide a direct comparison between a strategy of incorporating patient reported outcomes into the package of care for complex pain patients and usual care. The specific aims of this phase of the project are to:...

Patient Centered Assessment and Substance Use Disorder Treatment Study (PCAST)

California counties are in the process of implementing a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Medicaid 1115 Substance Use Disorder (SUD) demonstration. The demonstration requires that patients be assigned to addiction treatment settings and levels of care systematically, using comprehensive biopsychosocial assessments and guided by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) patient placement criteria. RTI International, a nonprofit research institute, and Universi...

A Comparison of Two Cognitive Batteries in People With Schizophrenia

The investigators will compare the test-retest reliabilities of two cognitive batteries in people with schizophrenia: Cognitive Drug Research Computerized Cognitive Assessment System ("CDR") and MATRICS Consensus Cognitive Battery ("MCCB"). The investigators hypothesize that there will be a statistically significant difference in the test-retest reliabilities between MCCB and CDR. In addition, the investigators hypothesize that each of the two batteries will better measure cert...

Recovery Roadmap Phase II Small Business Innovation Research Grant

Recovery Roadmap: A Collaborative Multimedia Tool for Person-Centered Recovery Planning is a highly interactive web-based tool that provides guidance for providers and people in recovery, and promotes widespread implementation of Person-Centered Recovery Planning (PCRP). The Recovery Roadmap prototype was developed and tested by the Center for Social Innovation (C4), in partnership with Yale University's Program for Recovery and Community Health (PRCH), under a Phase I Small Bu...

Perioperative Care of Breast Reconstruction With Latissimus Dorsi Flap and Tissue Expander: Early Discharge Protocol in a Day Surgery Setting

The pedicled latissimus dorsi flap is a piece of tissue taken from the back that is used to reconstruct the breast after cancerous tissue is removed. Over the years, improvements in surgical technique and pain control have decreased the length of stay in hospital after this procedure. Recently, early discharge after breast reconstruction using another very similar pedicled flap, called the transverse rectus abdominis flap, was shown to be safe, patient-centered, and associated ...

Digital Star: HIV Prevention for Youth in Mental Health Treatment

Teenagers in mental health treatment are at greater risk for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. This greater risk comes from many factors, some of which are related to poor emotion regulation and low self-confidence. There is a need for an HIV prevention program specifically for these at-risk teens. The goal of this study is to develop a computerized HIV prevention study tailored to adolescents in mental health treatment. The first part of the study will develop cor...

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The Efficacy of Peer Support Model for Depression Care in Patients With Diabetes Mellitus

Introduction: The prevalence of Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is on the rise the world over. About 30% of DM patients suffer from Depression. Depression in DM patients is associated with adverse outcomes including poor medication adherence, poor glycaemic control, and early death. In resource constrained sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) clinics where patient volumes are high and staff shortages rife, peer support has been suggested as a means of delivering psychosocial care for persons with c...

Treatment for Comorbid Social Anxiety and Alcohol Use Disorders.

Alcohol use disorders (AUD) and social anxiety disorder (SAD) are highly comorbid and associated with significant impairment. Social anxiety comorbidity is associated with poorer addiction treatment engagement and outcomes. Thus, addressing underlying SAD symptoms that may lead to and maintain alcohol problems, as well as undermine successful treatment for AUD, is warranted. This proposal aims to develop and evaluate a fully integrated outpatient program for comorbid SAD and AU...

Wise Mind: Environmental Approach for Obesity Prevention

The study will be conducted in four Catholic schools with children enrolled in Grades 2 through 6. Girls and boys and children of all racial types are eligible for participation in the study. We anticipate that approximately 1,000 to 1200 children will volunteer for the study. We request enrollment of 1200 children. To participate, parents must grant written consent and the child must assent by signing a consent form that is attached. Two of the four schools that volunteer for ...

Multi-College Bystander Efficacy Evaluation

Bystander interventions, recognized as promising violence prevention strategies, are unique in their engagement of all community members to 1) recognize situations that may become violent and 2) learn to safely and effectively intervene to reduce violence risk. Based on their promise, the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (SaVE) now requires all publicly-funded colleges to provide bystander intervention. With SaVE's policy intervention requiring bystander interventions, a ...

Feasibility of a Paternered Approach to Prevent Diabetes

The Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) demonstrated that an intensive lifestyle intervention resulting in modest weight loss and increased physical activity can delay or prevent the development of type 2 diabetes in those at increase risk for the disease. The lifestyle program used, however, was not designed for delivery on a public health scale. Successful DPP translation will require a sustainable partnership between a health care system and an established community organizati...


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