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The Effect of a Descriptive Norm Promoting Vegetable Selection in a Workplace Restaurant Setting: an Observational Study

Encouraging individuals to eat fruit and vegetables is difficult. However, recent evidence suggests that using social-based information might help. For instance, it has been shown that if people think that others are eating lots of fruit and vegetables, that they will consume more food to match the 'norm'.The purpose of this study was to determine whether social norm messages could be used to enhance vegetable purchases in workplace restaurants, in an observational study.

Improving Work Flow Through Cognitive Ergonomics. An Intervention Study

The main aim of the SujuKE study is to test the effectiveness of workplace cognitive ergonomics development program designed to decrease cognitively disrupting work conditions and work-related cognitive stress, and to improve work flow. The cognitive ergonomics workplace intervention includes cognitive ergonomics workshop, work experiments, and intervention task questionnaires. Its effect on changes in subjective measures of work conditions, work flow, stress, and work producti...

Study for the Employment Retention of Veterans

The Study for Employment Retention of Veterans (SERVe) is a randomized controlled trial, available exclusively to Oregon employers of veterans. It is designed to develop and scientifically evaluate Veteran-supportive supervisor training (VSST) that may enhance retention of veterans, with the goal of improving workplace culture and general well-being to our service members. The intervention, applied to workplace supervisors, will be measured by experience of veterans, assessing ...

A Study Comparing the Efficacy and Safety of IDP-120 Gel in the Treatment of Acne Vulgaris

The primary objective of this study is to compare the efficacy, safety, and tolerability of IDP-120 Gel to IDP-120 Component A, IDP-120 Component B, and IDP-120 Vehicle Gel in subjects with moderate to severe acne vulgaris.

Trial of Health at Work Workplace Health Intervention

This pilot study will compare workplace health intervention delivered by advisors based in GP practices with normal GP care to assess the usefulness of the concept and its potential for wider use in a larger randomised controlled trial.

Efficacy of Social Cognition Training in Schizophrenia

The term social cognition refers to how social information is processed. Individuals with schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder have been shown to have significant deficits in social cognition. Moreover, it has been speculated that these deficits may in turn have a negative impact on their overall functioning. Behavioral interventions targeting social cognition are just beginning to emerge, and there is a need to evaluate their efficacy. Objectives: This is a smal...

Evaluating Methods to Increase HIV Testing, Access to HIV Care, and HIV Prevention Strategies

This is a five-part study that will take place in the Bronx, NY, and Washington, D.C. The different components of the study will focus on increasing the number of people being tested for HIV, evaluating ways to link HIV-infected people to HIV care sites, evaluating methods to reinforce antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence, and evaluating a counseling program that focuses on HIV prevention.

Case Management for Frequent Users of the Emergency Department

The purpose of this study is to evaluate a specific case management intervention for frequent users (FU) of Emergency Department (ED). Compared to infrequent or non-users, most of the ED-FU visitors are identified as vulnerable patients because they are more likely to be of low social and economical status, be more isolated and live alone. They report more chronic medical conditions, have a higher mortality rate and consume more healthcare resources. In the literature, ...

The Effect of Workplace Interventions on the Treatment of Low-back Pain

The study evaluates the effect of workplace interventions on work ability promotion among workers with back problems. The half of participant will receive Information, advice and guidance for back problems in addition to participatory workplace actions organized by Occupational Health Physiotherapist. The other half will receive only Information, advice and guidance without workplace intervention.

Examining Exercise, Health Coaching and Meditation for University Employees

There is evidently great potential in implementing workplace health promotion programs, but more randomized trials are needed to determine which interventions are worksite-effective in helping to decrease inactive behaviors and increase engagement in healthy lifestyle activities. For employers, it could mean improving the health and productivity of employees. For workers, especially those in physically and/or psychologically demanding positions, it could mean developing strengt...

Exercise at Workplace for Manual Material Handling Workers

This study aim to evaluate the effectiveness of exercise at workplace for manual material handling workers. This is a randomized control trial study by cluster with three parallel groups (n=200). Participants will be randomized in three groups: (1) control group - will be receive ergonomics orientation . (2) Intervention group - exercise at workplace four times per week, during 15 minutes; (3) Intervention group 2 - exercise at workplace three times per week, during 15 minutes....

CRT-Guanfacine for SPD

This is a study to assess the efficacy augmenting cognitive remediation therapy (CRT) with a pharmacological agent for individuals with schizotypal personality disorder (SPD). Impaired cognition, along with functional and social skill deficits, is a core feature of schizophrenia and schizophrenia spectrum disorders. A better understanding of the cognitive and functional impairments in schizophrenia-related conditions, as well as the identification of interventions that can redu...

Understanding the Value of Community Vital Signs in Primary Care

Social determinants of health (e.g. the income, education, and environment of patients) may exert greater influence on health outcomes than traditional clinical factors (e.g. lab results, diagnoses, and family history). Calls for integrating primary care and public health are therefore increasing, but merging these domains of care is logistically difficult. Research is lacking on the incremental benefit of adding public health data at the practice level-- in improving either he...

Social Phobia Intervention Study of Mannheim

Primary objective: The purpose of this study is to examine efficacy and efficiency of a Stepped Care Program (SCP) for patients with Social Phobia in comparison to the standard cognitive therapy for Social Phobia according to D.M. Clark. Secondary objective: Further, it is intended to identify mechanisms of change which mediate treatment outcome and to identify differential predictors for therapy success for the two treatment conditions.

Social Media Listening in Improving Clinical Trial Recruitment in Patients With Cancer

This pilot clinical trial studies how well social media listening works in improving clinical trial recruitment in patients with cancer. Social media listening and recruitment on Twitter may enhance enrollment for cancer-related clinical trials.

Online Program for Social Anxiety

The purpose of this study is to investigate the efficacy of an online program in reducing symptoms of social anxiety, unhelpful thoughts, avoidance behaviours, fear of negative evaluations and improving quality of life in students with above-average social anxiety.

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Multifaceted Implementation Strategies for Implementing a Guideline for the Prevention of Common Mental Disorders at the Workplace in Schools

Given today's high prevalence of common mental disorders and related sick leave among teachers an urgent need exists for a more sustainable working life for this professional group. One way of doing this is by improving schools' social and organizational risk management. Recent reports have shown that many schools in Sweden however lack a structured approach to the management of social and organizational risks. In 2015, we launched the first Swedish occupational health guidelin...

Stage-specific Case Management for Early Psychosis

One of the commonly adopted strategies in improving outcome in psychotic disorders is by focused, specific and intensive intervention in the initial few years of the disorder. However the effects of intervention and the optimal duration of intervention have seldom been examined in randomized studies. This study uses a randomized controlled study design to investigate the effectiveness of stage-specific case-management in improving outcome of first episode psychotic disorders. I...

Return to Work After a Workplace-oriented Intervention for Patients on Sick Leave Due to Burnout

The study aims to evaluate the effect on return to work of a workplace intervention with patients being treated for burnout. The intervention intends to reduce job-person mismatch through patient-supervisor communication.The hypothesis is that the intervention group will show a more favourable outcome than a control group with respect to return to work.

Effects of Installing Height-adjustable Workstations on Office Workers Workplace Sitting Time and Productivity

The purpose of this study was to look at the effects that height-adjustable workstations on occupational sitting time and workplace productivity in office workers. Participants workplace activity (sitting, standing and walking) and productivity was measured before the installation of the height-adjustable workstations. Workplace activity and productivity were then measured four weeks after the installation of height-adjustable workstations and four weeks after the removal of he...

Component and Couple Analysis of Cancer Communications

Component and Couple Analysis of Cancer Communication CHESS, the Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System is an innovative technology that provides information, social support and skills training to women with breast cancer. Previous CHESS clinical trials found improved patient outcomes but little is known about what services in CHESS produce those results. This study will examine whether breast cancer patient outcomes change when conceptually distinct CHESS services (...

Interventions to Increase Workplace Wellness

Behaviour changes such as improving nutrition, increasing physical activity, and decreasing obesity are linked with lower mortality and morbidity and fewer cancers. Health promotion programs in the workplace are a promising way to reach a large segment of the population. This project evaluated the efficacy of three approaches - all of which were based on previous research and programs with demonstrated positive benefits - on cancer-related outcomes (healthy eating, physical act...

Trauma Services Intervention to Prevent Violence

Primary outcome: Research participants and their network contacts will be followed over 6 months to assess whether a social work case management protocol results in reduction of trauma services recidivism and criminal violence arrests.

Workplace Productivity of Persons Who Use Controlling Behavior With Intimate Partners

The goal of this project is to pilot-test an instrument that is designed to assess the relationship between persons who use controlling behavior with intimate partners, as a risk factor for perpetrating intimate partner violence, and workplace productivity. The goal is to validate a survey instrument that can be applied to other workplace settings to measure productivity losses associated with controlling and aggressive behavior, which will serve to inform the development of w...

Reducing Contact Centre Call Agents' Sitting Time

The study investigates whether a workplace intervention can encourage highly sedentary contact centre call agents to sit less and move more at work. The effect of the intervention will be assessed at 12 weeks and 9 months. The hypothesis is that the intervention will reduce workplace sitting and increase workplace standing and light walking.

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