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Project to Use Community Health Workers to Reduce Maternal Deaths

The purpose of this trial is to establish if several interventions will help women in rural Tanzania access health care services during pregnancy and at the time of delivery. The interventions include education about the importance of attending antenatal care visits with nurses and facility deliveries, a voucher for transport to access the health facility at the time of delivery, and supplies to be used either at the health facility, or on route if the women does not make it to...


Transfer to Another Health Care Facility Following Critical Illness

The purpose of this study is to identify acute and chronic medical conditions that are identifiable early in the course of critical illness that are associated with transfer to another health care facility (versus to home) upon hospital discharge.

Healthier Living Canada

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of an online Chronic Disease Self-Management Program for participants in Canada living with chronic health conditions. This pilot will look for improvements in health status, health behaviors and health care utilization.


Brain-to-Society Diagnostic for Prevention of Childhood Obesity and Chronic Disease

This multi-national program applies a breakthrough approach to childhood obesity called, Brain-to-Society (BtS) Diagnostic Approach. In Montreal, Canada and Palwal, India, the investigators will recruit two cohorts of 612 children (6 to 12 years; 306 boy/306 girls) where Whole-of-Society (WoS) transformations are taking place (industrialized societal context with peaking childhood obesity and where a broad governmental plan to promote healthy lifestyle has been adopted -Canada;...

SURVIVAL PLUSS: Increasing Capacity for Mama-baby Survival in Post-conflict Uganda and South Sudan

Universal coverage of good quality facility based care globally could prevent nearly 113,000 maternal deaths, 531,000 stillbirths and 1.3 million neonatal deaths annually by 2020. Yet, only 57% of pregnant Ugandan women choose to deliver at health facilities. This unacceptably low coverage of facility based births could explain, in part, the high maternal and perinatal mortality estimates in Uganda. While multiple studies have examined factors associated with this low utilizati...

Animal Allergy in Korean Pet Owners, Pet-related Industry Workers, and Laboratory Animal Reseachers

We investigated the prevalence of animal allergy and sensitization to animal allergen among participants in international symposium of Korean association for laboratory science (laboratory animal researchers) and companion animal exhibition (pet owner and pet-related industry workers).

The Effectiveness of Health Facility-based and Community-based Care for Tuberculosis

The purpose of the study is whether the provision of tuberculosis care using volunteer community health workers or self-administered treatment for 7 months is equally effective with the existing 8 months of TB care in public health facilities by health workers. Patient care by volunteer community health workers and 7 months of self-administered treatment are more patient-convenient delivery options than the ongoing TB care in health facility.

Evaluation of the Effectiveness and Impact of Community Case Management of Severe Acute Malnutrition

HYPOTHESIS: Investigators hypothesize that by provision of care at household level in a community through lady health workers will as effective (recovery rate, burden of SAM, cost effective, coverage) as through health care providers at facility level. OBJECTIVES 1. To evaluate the effectiveness (rate of recovery, burden & coverage), of SAM standard management of children 06-59 months delivered at household level by first level health care providers (Lady he...

Community Directed Treatment of Soil-Transmitted Helminths Among Young Children in Zambia

The WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR) developed a Community-Directed Treatment (COMDT) approach, which has been adopted in the control of onchocerciasis and lymphatic filariasis. WHO has recommended the use of COMDT approach in the control of schistosomiasis and STH infections. The COMDT approach has been compared with the school based programmes in certain African countries,but not with the health-facility based approach. The pro...

Mycoprotein, Resistance Training, and Hypertrophy

Protein is vital for the preservation of health and optimal adaptation to training. However, animal proteins come with economic and environmental issues. The study will investigate the effect of non-animal vs animal based habitual protein consumption on muscle protein metabolism and changes in muscle mass and function over a longer period of time.

Receiving Radiation Therapy in the MRgRT Research Facility

The aim of this study is to evaluate the technical performance of magnetic-resonance guided radiotherapy (MRgRT) facility at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and the impact on the workflow of the clinical team in this facility.

Animal Allergy in Korean Veterinary Researcher

The investigators will evaluate sensitization to animal allergens and allergic symptom during contacting animal allergens in Korean veterinary researchers who attend their annual conference. The investigators will compare sensitization to animal allergen and other clinical and occupational factors between subjects who suffer from allergic symptom during contacting animal and those who do not.

Addiction Among Mental Health Professionals

Our goal is to determine the representations of addiction among caregivers working in the field of mental health. We hypothesize that caregivers, despite their investment in care, have a negative social representation of patients suffering from addictive disorders, which could be related to a lack of training on the pathology and its social repercussions.

Chamas for Change Validation

This team has shown that chamas can be tailored to increase the uptake of health services in pregnancy and infancy, sustain themselves beyond the period of funding and become integrated within a county's health strategy. However, further investment is warranted to validate this intervention in a new region to ensure the positive effects on MNCH are a result of chamas and can be replicated. The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that chamas are an effective service-delivery...

HIV Self-Testing Africa Zambia

This study consists of a Cluster Randomised Trial (CRT) of community and facility-based HIVST distribution by the Society for Family Health (SFH) in multiple rural and peri-urban settings. The study will take place in 6 matched pairs of health facilities and their catchment areas have been selected for study inclusion in collaboration with the district medical office (DMO). One clinic catchment area from each pair will be randomly allocated to the HIVST arm (intervention) and t...

The Impact of Non-monetary Incentives on Facility Delivery in Rural Zambia

This study measured the impact and cost-effectiveness of a low-cost, non-monetary incentive ("mama kit") on rural facility delivery rates in Zambia.

Study to Evaluate Safety and Feasibility of Using OGX-011 in Combination With Second Line Chemotherapy in Patients With HRPC

This study is for patients with cancer of the prostate gland, which has metastasized or spread outside the prostate to other parts of the body. Patients have already been treated with a drug called docetaxel or Taxotere® (with or without the addition of a steroid called prednisone) some time in the recent past. They either did not respond to this therapy or responded to this therapy, but now the cancer is progressing (growing larger or has spread to other areas of the body). ...

Home-based Versus Health Facility-based Care in Uganda

The investigators propose to compare home-based management of fever/malaria (HBMF) to health facility-based care using a cluster-randomized design in Tororo, a rural area of Uganda with high malaria transmission. Prior to the study, a census survey will be conducted to enumerate and map households, and to characterize the population. The target population will be divided into 16 clusters, defined as the catchment area of lower-level public health facilities. Clusters will be ra...

Determine Return on Investment in Heart Failure Remote Monitoring Program

The study will test a hypothesis that the remote monitoring with text and email alerts sent to study subject and optional family/other caregiver (Intervention 1) will have a higher return on investment compared to remote monitoring with nurse researcher follow-up telephone communication to study subject (on Blue alerts) or study subject's healthcare professional (on Red alerts) (Intervention 2) and self-monitoring without intervention (Control).

Factor Product Utilization and Health Outcomes in Patients With Hemophilia

Recombinant factor VIII Fc (rFVIIIFc) and recombinant factor IX Fc (rFIXFc) are extended half-life coagulation factors approved by Health Canada in 2014 for the treatment of severe hemophilia A and B, respectively. The objectives of this observational study is to describe the change in annual factor consumption, clinical and patient-reported outcomes for patients who switch from recombinant factor VIII (rFVIII) and recombinant factor IX (rFIX) to rFVIIIFc/ rFIXFc in Canada, and...

Rapid Evaluation of Seasonal Influenza Vaccine

This is an invitation to consider taking part in a research study occurring just before the upcoming influenza vaccination program across Canada. The purpose of the study is to closely assess influenza vaccine safety and immune responses, as part of a nationwide, annual surveillance project sponsored by the Public Health Agency of Canada. Such scrutiny is important given the changing nature of flu vaccines from year to year.

Bacteremia Antibiotic Length Actually Needed for Clinical Effectiveness

The World Health Organization, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Association of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (AMMI) Canada, and Health Canada have all declared antimicrobial resistance a global threat to health, based on rapidly increasing resistance rates and declining new drug development. Up to 30-50% of antibiotic use is inappropriate, and excessive durations of treatment are the greatest contributor to inappropriate use. Shorter duration trea...

Triple Aim Psychotherapy: Aimed at Improving Patient Experience, Population Health, and Cost

Community mental health programs in publically-funded jurisdictions such as Canada often have limited budgets in order to provide services, which can result in inadequate access to effective treatment for patients. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is a gold-standard psychotherapy for depression and anxiety. In order to improve access to treatment, community mental healthcare settings often provide CBT in a group format for patients experiencing mild-to-moderate symptoms. Howev...

Mother-Child Relationships During Pregnancy Among Bofi Foragers

This study will examine changes in mother-child relationships when mothers are pregnant, because this period may involve conflicts between mothers and children. A widely held evolutionary theory postulates that because parents and offspring share only about 50 percent of their genes, conflicts occur and would most likely occur at times when parental investment decreases. Offspring benefit from obtaining maximal parental investment and may demand more investment than parents a...

Comparative Effectiveness Study Telerehab Versus Conventional

This study aims to compare the effectiveness of an exercise program delivered in a conventional facility-based format versus a telerehabilitation format, which takes place in the home. Exercise can improve mobility and perhaps decrease the rate and extent of disability in people with MS. Evidence shows that traditional, facility-based exercise training may help people with MS consistently participate in exercise or to exercise at a higher, more intense level. Despite this evide...


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