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An Online Pain Education Program for Working Adults

Pain is popular among working population and it is a strong predictor of poor quality of life. In this study, an internet-delivered pain education program will be provided to working adults aims at helping patients equip with pain-related knowledge and useful skills and evaluate the effectiveness of the internet-delivered program. Participants will be recruited follow snowball sampling and will be randomly allocated to experimental group and control group by 1:1 ratio. The inte...

Pilot Study of an Online Therapeutic Education Program for Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease

EDUMICILOR is a monocentric prospective pilot study for patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). During the study, patients will participate in an online therapeutic education program. They will first have an appointment with a nurse to establish a personalized educational diagnosis. Then they will participate in the online therapeutic education program for about 6 months (depends on the educational needs, expectations and patient's availabilities). The main obj...

RAHelp.Org: An Online Self Management Program for Adults With Rheumatoid Arthritis

The objective of this study is to determine the effects of an arthritis self-management program and an online support community delivered via an encrypted, secure web site on psychological well-being, pain, quality of life, global health status, and social supporting in adults with RA.

Caregivers' Online Training for Recovery From Hip Fracture

This project will test feasibility to deliver an online education and skill development program for family/caregivers of older adults recovering from a surgically repaired low-trauma hip fracture.

Pain Self-management Program for Older Adults

It is well documented that severe pain is more common in older adults than it is younger persons. Of concern, older adults may not have access to traditional face-to-face self-management programs, which are recognized to be valuable in chronic pain management. Access to effective self-management approaches is particularly important for older adults who may have mobility limitations or live in remote areas, or have difficulty accessing health care services. The development of ef...

Effectiveness of a Pain Education Program on Chronic Neck Pain Patients

This project aims to study the effectiveness of a pain education program in the improvement of chronic pain and disability/impairment. Assuming the definition established in the United States in 1975 on the fourth working group of the National Conference on Preventive Medicine: "Health education must be a process that informs, motivates and helps people to adopt and maintain practices and healthy lifestyles, environmental advocates changes necessary to facilitate these objectiv...


The Effectiveness of an Electronic Pain Management Programme (ePain) for Working Population With Chronic Pain

Pain in commonly found in working population. The working population who aged from 15 to 64 is the largest portion of population in Hong Kong. Also, the prevalence of chronic pain in this population group is high. The issue requires special attention. Researches demonstrated pain affects a person in a multidimensional way. Pain induces negative effects to both the physical and psychological aspects. The levels of depression, anxiety, stress are increased and quality of life is ...

Evaluation of a Pilot Shard-care Program for Patients With Chronic Pain in the Champlain-LHIN

The study is evaluating an intervention consisting of a five week online mindfulness program for patients being referred to the Pain Clinic and triaged to eConsult. A pain specialist will be in contact with the patient's family physician to confirm it's appropriate and then a therapist will initiate contact with the patient to assess eligibility. The therapist will be a registered health professional with experience with patients with chronic health problems and will be support...

Pain Neuroscience Education and Exercise in Institutionalized Older Adults With Pain

The primary objectives of this study are to: - Evaluate recruitment procedures and adherence rates; - Evaluate the ability to understand the concepts of pain neurophysiology; - Evaluate the acceptability of an intervention program based on pain neuroscience education and exercise by institutionalized older adults and the institutions where they are.

Meditation or Health & Wellness Education Via Internet for Adults 50-80 Years Old

1. Telephone Eligibility Screening 2. Baseline Visit, includes online questionnaires, physical measures, cognitive tasks, voice recordings, physical recordings of brain waves, heart rate, breathing rate, and sweat during computer tasks, collect saliva samples and respond to handheld device that rings randomly for the two days following the visit 3. Randomized to receive (a) an internet-based Mindfulness Meditation program, (b) an internet-based H...

Prospective, Randomized Study of the Impact of a Education Program for Patients Suffering From Low Back Pain

According to the WHO, therapeutic education is intended to help patients acquire or maintain the skills they need to optimally manage living with a chronic disease. Low back pain is frequent and therapeutic education could be a promising option. The purpose of the study is to evaluate the impact of a therapeutic education program for patients suffering from low back pain.

Improving Functioning in Persons With Chronic Pain Post-SCI Through Virtual Classroom Education

Chronic pain (pain that is that is present for a long period of time) is very common among people with spinal cord injury (SCI). The purpose of this study is to compare how well two different web-based education programs reduce the level to which chronic pain interferes with daily activities and well-being.

Effects of Pain Neuroscience Education vs. Pain Self-Management Education in Low Back Pain

Chronic low back pain interventions may include exercises, manual therapy, health education, and pain education, strategies based on psychological or behavioral change approaches, as well as biopsychosocial interventions. Pain self-management programs basically aim to engage the participant in activities, stimulating the patient to be more active in life and live despite the pain. However, pain neuroscience education is a new approach recognized as therapeutic patient education...

Online Spaced Education to Improve Fall Prevention by Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic, progressive and neurodegenerative inflammatory disease that affects young adults. In many countries it has been described as the main cause of neurological incapacity in this age group. Due to the neurological impairment, patients with multiple sclerosis have a high incidence of fall. According to studies, MS patients fall three times more than general population. In the present study, the question to be answered is: education of individual...

Effectiveness of an Online Prevention Program in Reducing the Risk of STD Infection in Young Adults

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of a tailored interactive online risk reduction program versus a standard online risk reduction program in reducing the risk of STD infection in young adults.

EMPOWER: Randomized Trial of Online Chronic Pain Management Program to Reduce Reliance on Opioid Analgesic Medications

This is a 10-month internet-based randomized controlled trial to evaluate whether an online chronic pain management program ("E-Health") can assist with reduced opioid reliance in chronic pain patients. About half of the eligible participants will receive access to the E-Health program in addition to their standard chronic pain treatment; the other half will just continue receiving their standard chronic pain treatment.

Online WIC Nutrition Education to Promote Farmers' Market Fruit and Vegetable Purchases and Consumption

This study is evaluating the WIC Fresh Start program, a theory-driven, web-based nutrition education lesson to promote farmers' market fruit and vegetable purchases and consumption among women enrolled in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC).

Effectiveness of Technology-enabled Exercise Program in Firefighters With Shoulder Pain.

To assess if a technology-enabled Exercise program plus Education (TEEP + E) is more effective than Education program (EP) alone, in providing better outcomes (quality of life, at-work disability and productivity loss, firefighters' perception, adherence, overall improvement/deterioration) in firefighters with shoulder pain, at 3-, 6-and 12-month follow ups.

Remote Mindfulness Education PLV

This is a study designed to learn more about the use of an online remote education and mindfulness practice program for the pain and anxiety associated with provoked localized vulvodynia.

Physiotherapy Re-education of Pre-activation of the Transverse Abdominis in Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain

Hypothesis: The hypothesis of the study is that the physiotherapeutic re-education of the pre-activation of the transverse abdominal muscle decreases pain intensity in patients with chronic non-specific low-back pain by at least 30% and is more effective than conventional treatment. Aims: the principal aim is to determine the effectiveness of a physiotherapeutic re-education program based on the pre-activation of the transverse abdominal muscle on pain intensity in adult...

The Gaming for Medical Education Reseach (G4MER) Program

The "G4MER" Program aims to investigate whether serious games add value to medical education in comparison to an online learning package or clinical practice guidelines. The investigators will perform a series of investigator-blinded randomised control trials on doctors, nurses, and medical students at Sydney Children's Hospital. Participants will be given access to their randomly allocated intervention for 8 weeks or 5 days, and will be assessed using multiple choice questions...

Effects Of A Computerized Working Memory Training Program On Attention, Working Memory, And Academics, In Adolescents With Severe ADHD/LD

Our primary aim is to determine whether a computerized working memory (WM) training program will help students with severe learning and attention problems, in terms of improving their WM. Additional aims are to determine whether the WM training will also result in improvements in the students' concentration and school work, and how long any beneficial effects will last (i.e., whether the students will continue to show improvements once the training program has stopped).

Managing Chronic Pain Through the Web

One in five Canadians currently lives with chronic pain and the prevalence is expected to increase 70% by 2025 due to the aging population. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy ("ACT") is a promising treatment for chronic pain and self-help psychological interventions can improved access to validated intervention. This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness and change processes of a web-based intervention program with minimal therapeutic contact, compared to a bibliotherapy and ...

Mindfulness Meditation for Chronic Low Back Pain in Older Adults

Among mind-body therapies, there is evidence for an association between pain reduction and mindfulness meditation. Mindfulness meditation provides a potentially safe, effective, nonpharmacologic, noninvasive, simple method for pain relief and increased function that could be used for the frailest older adult. Additionally, mindfulness meditation addresses the multiple dimensions that are affected by chronic pain. The primary objective of this study is to determine the impact of...

Post Discharge Online Telerehabilitation Program

This study will evaluate the sustainability of pain and functional outcomes along with return to opioid use in a population of patients that successfully completed a comprehensive interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation program. In addition, this study will compare outcomes sustainability and return to opioid use between pain program graduates who receive post discharge self-management resources consisting of a DVD with videos of recommended flexibility practice (standard of care...

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