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The purpose of this study is to test the effectiveness of USES, a strengths-based enhancement to supported employment (SE), as compared to supported employment alone.
The aim of this search is to realize the subjective experiences of employment among schizophrenic patients by qualitative analysis. We plan to recruit 50 people diagnosed with schizophrenia and divide into two groups, employment and unemployment. Every subjects will complete the demographic data, the evaluation of severity of disease, the record of medication and an intensive interview about their employment experiences. Finally, we will analysis the thick descriptions to under...
This project seeks to evaluate the feasibility and effectiveness of combining cognitive remediation and Supported Employment Program (SEP) services to improve work outcomes in people with a serious mental illness who have been unable to benefit from vocational services (i.e., acquire or maintain a job). Cognitive remediation involves treating and improving cognitive impairments, such as memory (e.g., short-term and working memory), attention span, or problem solving skills. It ...
To determine and compare the long term (thirty year) relationship of total cholesterol and mortality in Blacks and whites in a predominantly urban Charleston, South Carolina cohort and a predominantly rural Evans County, Georgia cohort with special emphasis on the investigation of the association of low cholesterol to all cause, cardiovascular disease (CVD), and non-CVD mortality.
To examine the role of isolated systolic hypertension and other predictors of all-cause and coronary heart disease mortality in elderly Blacks and whites of the Charleston Heart Study cohort of 1960 and to compare and pool those findings with the Evans County Heart Study findings in order to develop a logistic risk function for Blacks. Also, to identify predictors of physical functioning in older Blacks and whites and to prepare rosters of the off-spring of the Charleston coho...
The primary purpose of this study is to ascertain the effectiveness of tailored, peer based sleep health education and social support in increasing adherence rates to recommended Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) evaluation and treatment among blacks at risk of Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
Many persons with schizophrenia have difficulty getting and keeping a job. This study is designed to compare the benefits of four sessions of motivational interviewing or illness education in increasing employment rates accruing from participation in supported employment.
To develop a prototype questionnaire for the detection of angina pectoris in Blacks.
The purpose of this study is to obtain long-term clinical data from patients approximately 15 years after their first clinical event, who participated in the former BENEFIT 304747 study and were treated at least once within that study. This study will collect clinical information on the disease course, on disability, relapses, cognitive function over time, quality of life, depression, fatigue, resource use, and employment status. In addition, brain MRI is performed.
The aim of this project is a research-based evaluation of a multidisciplinary program focusing on moving citizens from unemployment and social security benefits to employment and education in Sonderborg Municipality. The citizens who are assigned cannot readily enter the labor market or can get education through employment initiatives in the Job Centre in Sonderborg Municipality because of complex health-related troubles. The project is designed to include a prospective observ...
Background: To improve employment prospects for people in the chronic stages of mental illness, the gold standard is a program called Individual Placement and Support (IPS). Little research on IPS has been done with clients in the early stages of mental illness. This project aims to assess the incremental effectiveness of the IPS model of employment support over treatment-as-usual in a representative sample of early-psychosis clients . Method: One hundred consenting clients fro...
This prospective randomized study evaluates the impact of Supportive Employment (SE) compared to standard vocational rehabilitation (VRP) on occupational, sobriety, psychiatric, and quality of life outcomes and health care costs for veterans with chronic posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
This collaborative research project will build capacity to support evaluation and referral of black men and women at risk for sleep apnea at the community level. It will examine whether a culturally and linguistically tailored peer-based sleep health intervention will increase adherence to recommended sleep apnea screening and treatment among blacks in barber shops, beauty salons and churches.
RATIONALE: Studying quality-of-life, employment, peripheral neuropathy, and informal care costs in patients having cancer treatment may help identify the intermediate- and long-term effects of treatment on patients with breast cancer. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying quality of life, employment, peripheral neuropathy, and informal care costs in women who are receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer.
The 12-month study will investigate a cognitive training augmentation of supported employment to improve cognitive performance and work outcomes, which are expected to result in improved quality of life and community integration for veterans with mild to moderate traumatic brain injuries. The primary hypothesis is that compared to veterans who receive enhanced supported employment, those who receive supported employment plus cognitive training will work more weeks during the 12...
Blacks or African Americans have greater risk of and are more likely to die from type 2 diabetes (T2DM). Major barriers to effective diabetes care for Blacks include poor diabetes knowledge, self-management skills, empowerment, and perceived control. Few prior studies have tested interventions to address these barriers in combination, especially among Blacks who have the greatest burden of diabetes related complications. This study provides a unique opportunity to address this ...
The primary aim of the study was to determine the effectiveness of a form of supported employment, Individual Placement and Support (IPS) compared to existing good quality rehabilitation and vocational services for people with psychotic illnesses in terms of ‘open’ employment outcomes (in the competitive labour market), and to examine its relative effectiveness in the context of different European welfare systems and labour markets. The primary hypothesis was that IPS patie...
To conduct an analysis of the epidemiology of coronary heart disease (CHD) in Blacks using data collected from the 'Survival and Ventricular Enlargement (SAVE) Following Myocardial Infarction' study.
In this randomized controlled trial, the researchers investigated the effectiveness of integrated supported employment (ISE) as compared with individual placement and support (IPS) and traditional vocational rehabilitation (TVR) for people with schizophrenia in mainland China.
This study will test the efficacy of a nationally recognized employment training and placement program (Project SEARCH) when applied to youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders. It is designed to examine a single overall research question: Research Question: To what extent does a collaborative, employer-based employment training and placement program improve the employment outcomes, need for support, social responsiveness, self-determination, and quality of life of young adults wi...
The research will first examine data obtained from YRI participants to investigate effects of the group sessions on psychosocial functioning outcomes in youth aged 15 - 24. The research also intends to examine whether youth participating in YRI and complementary income generating activities will fare better than an employment only control group. Finally, the research intends to examine whether utilizing lay health workers are a is cost-effective and scalable method for addressi...
To examine the role of Transcendental Meditation in stress reduction and prevention of hypertension in Blacks.
To determine the genetic epidemiology of coronary heart disease (CHD) risk factors in Blacks.
To compare the effects of two stress reduction techniques, Transcendental Meditation (TM) and Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR), on the control of mild hypertension in elderly Blacks with hypertension.
North American blacks tend to have low blood levels of vitamin D because pigmentation blocks vitamin D production in the skin. They also have higher rates of developing type 2 diabetes and higher rates of complications from the disease compared with whites. Although there is compelling evidence that adequate vitamin D may reduce the risk for type 2 diabetes in whites, recent evidence from a national survey demonstrated an association of vitamin D with diabetes in whites but n...