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Patient Perceptions and Willingness to Enroll in Clinical Trials

The objective of our study is to determine which factors affect willingness to participate in gynecologic oncology clinical trials. Women with a diagnosis of gynecologic malignancy will be approached to complete a survey assessing willingness to participate in clinical trials. The validated Attitudes and Randomized Trials Questionnaire (ARTQ) will be used to assess willingness to participate.

Teledermatology Mobile Apps

This study will measure the impact of two teledermatology apps, VA Telederm and MY Telederm, WITH TWO SEPARATE TRIALS on access to dermatology care. The overall hypothesis is that sites implementing Department of Veterans Affairs' (VA) teledermatology mobile apps will significantly augment the use of teledermatology and improve Veterans' access to skin care relative to control sites. Specifically, the investigators hypothesize that VA Telederm will facilitate the implementation...

Feasibility, Acceptability and the Effects of Two Publicly Available Physical Activity Mobile Apps

Within the new digital health care landscape, the rise of health applications (apps) creates novel prospects for behaviour change opportunities. The commercial market is saturated with apps that aim to increase physical activity (PA) with more than 49,000 PA apps available in the major app stores in 2016 [1]. Despite the wide distribution and popularity of PA apps, research on the efficacy of the apps is lacking. This project focuses on exploring the potential for increasing P...

The "ToPIC" Study = Tool to Improve Participation In Clinical Trials

The purpose of this study is to pilot the "ToPIC" tool, a communication tool to facilitate clinical trial decision making conversations between oncologists and patients.

Improving Informed Decision Making for Cancer Clinical Trial Participation

The goal of this study is to develop and pilot test a multi-communication approach to improve informed decision-making about cancer Clinical Trials (CTs) participation by increasing awareness of CTs and Mays Cancer Center (MCC) services (treatment care capacities, reputation and resources), positive attitudes towards CTs, self-efficacy and intentions to consider CTs as an appropriate treatment option for cancer (intention to participate) among patients attending the MCC (clinic...

Factors Influencing Cancer Patients Participation in Clinical Trials in China.

This research studies factors affecting Chinese patient participation in cancer clinical trials and their knowledge regarding clinical trials. The investigators design this study to determining how patients makes decisions about participating in a clinical trial and know about patients' attitude toward clinical trials. The investigators aim to find ways to make cancer clinical trials in China more efficient and satisfied patients participating in clinical trials in China.

Smartphone Apps for Pediatric Resuscitation

Medication errors are common in children. Characteristics of errors during critical situations in the Emergency Department are ill-defined and might be more frequent than previously thought. However, optimal strategies to eliminate the risk of prescribing errors remain unknown. Many smartphone apps have been suggested over the last years with some of them designed to calculate medication dosage for children. The impact of these apps to decrease dosage error has never bee...

Simultaneous Care: Linking Palliation to Clinical Trials

This is a multi-site randomized control trial taking place at six cancer centers. UC Davis is the lead site. Additional performance sites include the City of Hope Medical Center, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center at the Univ. of Washington, USC Norris Cancer Center, UCSD Cancer Center, and Johns Hopkins Cancer Center. Clinical trial patients and their caregivers who are randomized to the intervention arm of the study are scheduled for three educational sessions. The sessions foc...

Comparison of Men's Prevention Apps to Research Efficacy

A randomized three arm control trial to examine the efficacy of two distinct apps (LYNX and MyChoices) developed for young men who have sex with men (YMSM) compared to standard of care (SOC) information about HIV testing and PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis).

Study Buddy for Cancer Trials

The Study Buddy Embodied Conversational Agent (ECA) acts as an adviser to patients participating in clinical trials, promoting protocol adherence and retention, providing anticipatory guidance and answering questions, serving as a conduit to capture information about complaints or adverse events, providing an avenue for communicating about updates; and providing guidance for those withdrawing from a protocol. The Study Buddy will use a web-based ECA infrastructure developed for...

Evaluating Patient Participation in Phase I Clinical Trials

RATIONALE: Understanding why patients participate in a phase I clinical trial may help doctors plan better treatment for cancer. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying to determine the reasons for participation, perceptions, and expectations of patients receiving treatment for cancer in phase I clinical trials.

The Moms Online Video Exercise Study

The purpose of this study is to test feasibility and acceptability of an online platform that uses mobile apps and videoconferencing tools to increase activity levels in mothers with young children.

Prospective Observational Long-term Safety Registry of Multiple Sclerosis Patients Who Have Participated in Cladribine Clinical Trials

Prospective Observational Long-term Safety Registry of Multiple Sclerosis Patients who Have Participated in Cladribine Clinical Trials

Study of Blood and Tissue Samples From Cancer Patients Treated on NCI Surgery Branch Clinical Trials

RATIONALE: Studying samples of blood and tissue from patients with cancer in the laboratory may help doctors learn more about changes that occur in DNA and identify biomarkers related to cancer. PURPOSE: This research study is looking at blood and tissue samples from cancer patients treated on NCI Surgery Branch clinical trials.

Computerized Cognitive Training in Epilepsy

The purpose of this randomized uncontrolled single-site trial is to evaluate the efficacy of two novel computerized cognitive enhancing software packages for improving cognitive and behavioral outcomes in patients with epilepsy.

Comparison of Mindfulness Meditation Tools For College Students

The purpose of this study is to determine what tools best assist university students develop a personal meditation practice to self-manage stress. The two treatment conditions are 1) independent meditation using web-based tools and apps, and 2) independent meditation using web-based tools, apps and EEG-based neurofeedback. Outcomes of interest include acceptability, adherence, changes in mental health (i.e., anxiety, stress), physical health (i.e., sleep, inflammation), resilie...

An Evaluation of the Psychological Impact of Early Phase Clinical Trials in Cancer Patients.

This is an exploratory prospective observational cohort study to establish the levels of psychological distress in early phase clinical trial patients and evaluate the psychological impact of early phase clinical trials on cancer patients. Participants will be requested to complete self-reported questionnaires, measuring levels of anxiety, depression and hope, at different time points along the clinical trials pathway.

Analyses of Human Samples Collected in Clinical Trials

Cancer patients in clinical trials donate various human samples (e.g., serum, plasma, blood, urine, feces, bile, saliva) for research purposes. The purpose of this study is to conduct further analyses on these existing samples from clinical trials that are being performed outside of, but in collaboration with, the National Cancer Institute.

Changes in Physical, Cognitive and Emotional Function 5 and 10 Years After Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage (aSAH)

The current study is a continuation of the study "Effect of early rehabilitation in patients with acute aSAH" which was approved by the Regional Committee for Medical Research Ethics, South-East Norway, archive number 2011/2189, Clinical Trials number 0925-0586 (Clinical Trials gov. identifier NCT01656317). The original study was a prospective, controlled, interventional study comprising patients managed at the neuro-intermediate ward following repair of a ruptured intracranial...

MATCh Parents' Supplemental Survey

Primary Objectives: 1. To collect data on health behaviors in the parents of MATCh study participants 2. To collect and/or update risk factor data from the parents of the MATCh study participants.

Multidrug Resistance Proteins in Patients Enrolled in Clinical Trials Outside of the National Cancer Institute Center for Cancer Research

RATIONALE: Studying samples of tumor tissue or blood from patients with cancer in the laboratory may help doctors learn more about cancer and the development of multidrug resistance in patients. PURPOSE: This laboratory study is looking at multidrug resistance proteins in patients enrolled in clinical trials outside of the National Cancer Institute Center for Cancer Research.

Study of Decision Making in Patients Participating in Phase I Clinical Trials

RATIONALE: Studying individuals who are enrolled in phase I clinical trials may help to improve the way in which clinical trials are conducted. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying patients' personality traits, reasons for participating in the trial, and understanding of their medical situation, prognosis, and risks and benefits of participating in a phase I trial.

Use of a Smartphone Mobile Application (App) to Enhance Smoking Cessation Treatment

The goal of this research study is to compare the effectiveness of 2 different smartphone applications (apps). The apps are designed to help you quit smoking in combination with tobacco cessation (quitting) counseling. This is an investigational study. Up to 24 participants will be enrolled in this study. All will take part at MD Anderson.

Increasing Access of Latinas Into Breast Cancer Clinical Trials

"Increasing Access of Latinas into Breast Cancer Clinical Trials" aims to develop and pilot test a multi-communications approach - using a culturally relevant computer video, a tailored booklet and a patient navigator (PN) - to empower Latinas to make informed decisions about breast cancer clinical trials (BCCTs). This two-year study features a cohort design with random assignment of Latina breast cancer patients from the CTRC to an intervention or usual care control group (56 ...

Alzheimer`s Disease Acitretin Medication

The trials investigates the changes of cerebral spinal fluid APPSα levels under oral therapy with acitretin 30mg daily in patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease.The present study aims to demonstrate an enhancement of the α-secretase activity by acitretin as measured by increased CSF APPSα levels in human AD. Second, the safety and tolerability of acitretin in AD patients should be proven.

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