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Introduction and Aim: With the increase in life expectancy in cancer, it gains importance in the care process and the problems experienced by caregivers. However, the problems experienced by individuals caring for cancer patients are often ignored. The most common problems faced by cancer caregivers are sadness, anxiety, sleep disorders, and fatigue. Although reflexology has positive effects on sleep and anxiety in different patient groups, there is no study on its effectivenes...
The purpose of this study is to understand the level of caregiver burden related to caring for a patient who goes home within the first 24 hours following surgery. As the caregiver they are providing care to a family member, friend, or neighbor. Even when not formally trained, the care they provide is important to the patient's recovery. Providing care in this manner can be stressful. This study will help us understand what aspects of the patient's recovery are most difficult f...
The purpose of this study is to examine the preliminary efficacy of a telephone-administered cognitive-behavioral therapy intervention for anxiety in older adults (65 years and older) with cancer and their primary informal caregiver. This study will examine the impact of the intervention on patient and caregiver anxiety (primary outcome) and depression, distress, and quality of life (secondary outcomes) relative to a usual care control condition.
The purpose of this study is to examine the impact that serving as a caregiver for a patient undergoing hematopoietic stem cell transplant has on the caregiver. This will include looking at the caregiver's level of burden, depression, anxiety, somatic symptoms, fatigue and overall distress. It will also look at whether caregiver burden leads to an increase in hospitalization and overall outcome.
The aims of this study will be to evaluate the effect of motivational interviewing (MI) to improve self-care in heart failure (HF) patients and caregiver contributions to HF self-care. Also this study will evaluate the effect of MI on the following secondary outcomes: In HF patients: HF somatic symptom perception, generic and specific quality of life, anxiety and depression, sleep quality, mutuality with caregiver, hospitalizations, use of emergency services, and mortality; In ...
People under stress, such as those caring for an ill family member, often have trouble with their sleep. The aim of this study is to see if reducing stress and changing a caregiver's sleep and wake patterns will improve his/her sleep. The investigators also will see whether improvements in sleep result in improved mood, health, and general functioning.
Reflexology massage applied before burn dressing reduces pain, anxiety and sleep problems
This trial studies caregiver burden, quality of life, and symptom distress of patients and their informal (unpaid) caregivers at different palliative care settings. Cancer caregiving may affect a caregiver's life physically, emotionally, socially, and financially. Studying caregiver burden may help investigators learn about caregivers' opinions on stress of caregiving, and about the factors related to caregiver burdens.
The purpose of this research study is to examine the effects of playing classical music in the waiting room on caregiver anxiety. People who enter the study will be asked a few identifier questions including age and relation to patient and then will be asked fill out a survey regarding anxiety.
This study will explore predictors of how caregivers might adapt to children diagnosed with a pervasive developmental disorder (PDD), including autism, Asperger s syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder, Rett s disorder or other not specified PDD. PDD presents particular challenges for caregivers because of the communication and socialization challenges of affected children and because of the uncertainty surrounding the cause, prognosis and recurrence risks. Peo...
Elderly cancer patients need more help from their relatives and for longer than young adults. Our hypothesis of research is that the needs and resources to help the couple " elderly patient/caregiver ", are at least in part socially determined and that the implementation of a personalized support plan to help the caregiver (PSP) taking into account needs, resources and expectations of the primary caregiver in addition to those of elderly patients with cancer may partly c...
This study evaluates the effect of a physical exercise + caregiver skills training on feelings of burden, mood, and biological markers of inflammation in persons who provide care for Veterans with a TBI or dementia. Half of the caregivers will participate in a balance and flexibility + caregiver skills training program, while the other half will participate in a moderate/high intensity aerobic and resistance + caregiver skills training program.
This research is being done to learn whether services to the caregiver to provide emotional, instrumental and social support can improve quality of life and other outcomes. The Caregiver-Support program provides services that are not usually available to caregivers of persons with heart failure and other chronic conditions.
This pilot clinical trial studies the COMFORT (C-Communication, O-Orientation and opportunity, M-Mindful presence, F-Family, O-Openings, R-Relating, and T-Team) caregiver intervention in improving communication and reducing distress in caregivers of patients with lung cancer. Caregivers of patients with cancer may experience stress and anxiety due to difficulty communicating with family, friends, and healthcare providers, or feeling unable to communicate openly. A communication...
This study determines in people with chronic SCI the health and functional impact and user acceptance and satisfaction - of a 6-month comprehensive Lifestyle Intervention; the impact and user acceptance/satisfaction of a Complementary Caregiver Curriculum (CCC) on SCI caregiver health and function and whether the complementary caregiver curriculum (CCC) enhances health and functional benefits obtained by the SCI dyadic partner enrolled in the LI program.
This study will test whether transitional care targeting care needs of seriously ill, skilled nursing facility (SNF) patients and their caregivers will help to improve SNF patient outcomes (preparedness for discharge, quality of life, function and acute care use) and caregiver outcomes (preparedness for the caregiving role. caregiver burden and caregiver distress).
The purpose of this study is to develop more effective ways to help patients and their caregivers cope with cancer pain. The investigators are looking at the usefulness of a Caregiver-Guided Pain Management Training Intervention versus Pain Education.
This pilot clinical trial studies how well Prepare to Care kit works in improving caregiver support in patients with stage I-IV head and neck cancer. Prepare to Care kit may increase knowledge about head and neck cancer and enhance stress-management skills.
Caregiver education and training programs that specifically target caregiver informational and training needs during the survivorship period have been limited. In recognition of families' direct involvement in health care decision-making, health advocacy and care provision, programs are needed that can maximize families' caregiving abilities and skills and provide them with the information and resources they may need to identify and address elderly cancer patients' post-treatme...
The purpose of this study is to determine whether a training intervention to improve caregiver confidence for family caregivers of patients with palliative care needs at home, is acceptable to patients and their caregivers.
Caregiver's burden in rehabilitation is important for both patients physical and mental health. Therefore researching caregivers burden and treatment of any depression or associated any psychological disorders of caregiver is crucial.
Aim and objectives: To determine the efficacy of foot reflexology versus standard care for improvement of the sleep quality of postpartum women following vaginal birth. Background: Sleeplessness is one of the major problems experienced by women in the postpartum period following vaginal birth. Design: A single-blind, randomized controlled trial was conducted between July 2016 and March 2017. Methods: In this trial, a total of 54 postpartum women were divided into the i...
This study is about the patients life ending and their caregiver, when a return to home is planned. This is a behavioral sciences study (= interventional study for french law)
Aim: To compare the effect of foot reflexology and placebo foot reflexology on colic symptoms such as pain, ineffective sleep, and colicky crying periods in infants with colic. Method: The study was conducted as a single-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial in a child hospital between June 2016 and March 2017. To start with, 20 infants with colic were randomly selected for the reflexology group, and 25 babies with colic were randomly selected for the placebo group. Simp...
The Primary objective of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness of mindfulness based caregiver intervention, Practice of Acceptance, Awareness, and Compassion in Caregiving (PAACC) compared to an established cognitive behavior therapy based dementia caregiver intervention, Resources for Enhancing Alzheimer's Caregiver Health (REACH) in improving caregiver burden and quality of life of care recipient.