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A Virtual Reality-based Radiation Therapy Education Program

The objective of this study is to compare the effectiveness of an immersive virtual reality (VR)-based education program with the form of patient education commonly provided by clinics (e.g. an educational video) at delivering education to breast cancer patients as they prepare for radiation therapy treatment. Self-evaluation questionnaires completed by participants will be used to measure changes in informational needs and anxiety, stress, preparedness and satisfaction levels ...


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Impact Evaluation of MotherWise Program

Mathematica was awarded a contract by ACF to conduct the evaluation of selected grantees offering Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education Programs.This particular evaluation will focus on the University of Denver's MotherWise program, which offers relationship education and other supports to low-income women expecting a baby. The program has three core components: (1) 18 hours of core workshop sessions using the Within My Reach relationship education curriculum supplemented...

Workplace Based Rehabilitation for Low Back Disorders

The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of back supports plus education upon recovery from a work-related low back disorder. The study tests the hypothesis: the use of back supports plus health education is not different from health education alone in promoting recovery from a work-related low back disorder in consideration of personal, health, and job factors. Significant improvements in physical health, neurogenic symptoms, back pain disability, and low back pain ...


Reducing Barriers and Sustaining Utilization of a Cervical Cancer Screening Program in Rural Senegal

This research project will investigate the determinants of cervical cancer screening uptake and sustained utilization in this region and develop and evaluate a context-specific peer education behavioral intervention to improve uptake. Research supports the effectiveness of peer education in increasing cancer screening rates but, currently, no cervical cancer screening peer education program specific to rural Senegal exists. To inform the participatory development of this progra...

Facilitating Employment for Youth With Autism

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...

Efficacy of Exercise Using Connected Activity Trackers and Therapeutic Education in Localized Breast Cancer

The 3-year DISCO study aims to systematically implement physical activity in breast cancer patients. The primary objective is to investigate the efficacy of a connected device (personalized non-supervised exercise program including a wristband as activity tracker, a smartphone application, and a website) and the efficacy of a therapeutic education program on the physical activity level of patients at the end of the 6-month programs. The research hypothesis is that patients part...

Addressing Mental Health in African American Job Training Adolescents and Young Adults

This project's focus is twofold—to change the culture of an employment training program for adolescents and young adults (Youth Opportunities, or "YO") to more fully address the many mental health issues faced by its participants and to expand and improve the quantity and quality of mental health services for YO members. Four project components have been carefully selected to address the mental health issues of YO members: (1) Mental health education/training for YO staff an...

From the Model to the Adaptation of a Therapeutic Education Program (TEP) in Cancer Research

The use of oral targeted therapies draws new medical management but also new practices for the patients (compliance), their family and the healthcare professionals [1,2]. These therapies have sometimes heavy toxicity: side effects to identify, to treat, and for the patient to learn to manage. This situation underlines the importance of a therapeutic education to accompany this "learning" [3]. Nevertheless, in France, the therapeutic educational programs, built according to the ...

Optimizing Life Success Through Residential Immersive Life Skills (RILS) Programs for Youth With Disabilities

In Canada, between 3.6% and 7.7% of children under 19 years old are thought to have a chronic health condition that results in disability or limits to activity. These young people have difficulty finding jobs, attending school, living independently, and forming relationships with other people. These poorer life outcomes are partly the result of a lack of life skills. Life skills include the ability to solve problems and set goals, which allows youth to deal with the demands of ...

Alleviating Pre-operative Anxiety With Innovative 3D Immersive Virtual Reality

To construct and evaluate an immersive 3D simulation to familiarize patients with the pre-operative experience, and investigate whether A) immersive 3D virtual reality video can reduce pre-operative anxiety, and B) how this approach compares to current practice of viewing traditional educational videos.

Exercise Therapy and Patient Education for Individuals With Hip Osteoarthritis. a RCT.

Aims: 1. Evaluate the effect of an exercise therapy program and patient education, versus patient education only, on hip function among patients with radiologically verified hip OA 2. To identify biomechanical differences during gait, one-leg standing , and two-legged-raise analysis in patients with hip OA following either exercise therapy and patient education program, or a patient education program only. Main Hypothesis: Significa...

Procedural Simulation for Difficult Airway Training in Anesthesiology Resident Education Program

Difficult airway management is a crucial point that may influence outcomes of patient in this critical situation. Education for this topic is of main importance for resident of anesthesiology. Procedural simulation workshop allows participant to use device dedicated to difficult airway management. Investigators included this workshop to a state education program of anesthesiology resident in second year and compared to their homonym in another state where no specific organized ...

Tools And Practices To Decrease CVD And Complications In The Diabetic Population Of Mexico

This project will look to improve standards of care for diabetic patients by evaluating a program that supports participants in making healthy lifestyle changes. The program consists of 13 educational sessions that contain information about the prevention and care of diabetes and cardiovascular disease, physical activity, nutrition, community health and emotional well being.

Training Using Immersive Virtual Reality

In this study, the investigators examine the cognitive load and performance of a laparoscopic procedure in immersive virtual reality and controlled virtual reality in a randomized, controlled setup. Virtual reality (VR) simulators combined with head mounted displays (HMDs) enable highly immersive virtual reality (IVR) for surgical skills training, potentially bridging the gap between the simulation environment and real-life operating room (OR) conditions. However, the increased...

Evaluation of a Diabetes Self-Management Education Program for Non-Intensified Insulin Therapy in Type 2 Diabetes

A new diabetes education program for the initiation of non-intensive insulin therapy in type 2 diabetic patients (MEDIAS 2 CT) was developed. In the evaluation, this new developed program is compared with an education programs which is currently used for diabetes education. It is expected that the new developed program (MEDIAS 2 CT) can demonstrate non-inferiority with regard to the main outcome variable glycemic control. If non-inferiority can be demonstrated superiority of t...

Effects of an Exercise and Lifestyle Education Program for Diabetics and Prediabetics

The purpose of this trial is to pragmatically investigate whether participation of diabetics and prediabetics in an Exercise and Lifestyle Education Program (i.e., exercise and education classes) results in better disease-related knowledge, functional capacity, health behavior, and cardiometabolic health parameters when compared to Exercise Program (i.e., exercise class only). In addition, the effects of these interventions will be evaluated on other outcomes: quality of life, ...

Active Recreation Through Community-Healthcare Engagement Study

Current obesity treatment guidelines recommend 26 or more hours of behavior treatment, delivered over a 6-month period in a multidisciplinary weight management clinic. However, this guideline is not feasible in real-world clinic settings where medical visits are costly and poorly reimbursed, and attrition is high, particularly among the most vulnerable children. The National Collaborative on Child Obesity Research has issued a call for research investigating healthcare-communit...

Community Health Workers and Diabetes Education

The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of a diabetes education program delivered to CHW in improving the metabolic control of patients with type 2 DM. The study is a randomized controlled trial conducted in a primary care unit. Eight CHW, providing care for 118 patients, are randomized in two groups to receive a one-month diabetes education program (intervention group, patients n= 62) or an education course in other health issues (control group, patients n= 56).

Nurses' Foot Health and Work Well-being

This study supports and promotes work well-being of nursing personnel from the perspective of foot health in health care organizations. Half of the participants will receive an electronic foot health education program to improve their foot self-care knowledge, while the other will receive anything. The outcomes of this project include recommendations and tested educational program to occupational health care for improving foot health of nurses.

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.

RVA Breathes: A Richmond City Collaboration to Reduce Pediatric Asthma Disparities

The goal of this study is to evaluate a sustainable, community-engaged program to reduce asthma disparities among 5 to 11-year-old children in Richmond, Virginia. Richmond, an urban center, has been named the Asthma Capital, or "most challenging place to live in the U.S. with asthma," by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation three times in the last 5 years. To date, however, the city has no comprehensive, community-engaged asthma care program for those children at highest risk for ...

Dietetics Education Focused on Malnutrition Prevention

The intervention tested in this research project aims to reduce the unplanned hospitalizations in CHF patients by preventing the malnutrition using a personalized dietetic education program. This new program provides concrete solutions to patients by offering balanced menu ideas, adapted to their tastes and social-cultural habits, and a panel of recipes easy to make, inexpensive and tasty (despite the lack of salt). This new educational program should improve the dietary behavi...

Assessment of Patient Satisfaction Program "Gestational Diabetes"

This study seeks to evaluate patient satisfaction within the patient therapeutic education program "gestational diabetes" (multidisciplinary and multi-professional program) to see if they deem effective to limit the impact of gestational diabetes on pregnancy . Patients are questioned on the skills acquired in everyday life, the effective support in personal development, development of self-determination capabilities and communication with health professionals. This stud...

Impact of a Therapeutic Education Program of Patient on the Evolution of the Cardiovascular Chronic Disease

The Exploration Center for Prevention and Treatment of Atherosclerosis (CEPTA, Bordeaux Hospital University) showed that following myocardial infarct (MI) or ischemic stroke (TIA or stroke), the global management (medical and educational) of patients led to very long-term satisfactory results in terms of reduction of cardiovascular (CV) risk and morbidity and mortality. However, the specific effect of therapeutic education beyond the conventional treatment has never been an ade...

Benefits of Exercise and Education for Individuals With Parkinson's Disease (BEEP)

The research outlined in the BEEP proposal aims to test whether a 12 week exercise program alone or combined with a 12 session education program will benefit the physical, emotional and social well being of individuals in early to mid stages of Parkinson's Disease compared to a Control group and whether these benefits are maintained once the programs are complete and over the following 9 months.


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