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12:52 EST 13th November 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Dissemination of Colorectal Cancer Screening to Primary Care Physicians

The aim is to assess the efficacy of an intervention, academic detailing, a brief, frequently repeated educational program, on increasing recommendations for colorectal cancer screening among primary care providers by comparison to a service-as-usual control. The study is a stratified randomized clinical trial of primary care physicians, stratified by distinct urban communities in the New York metropolitan area. The primary outcome is colorectal cancer screening recommendations...


Pilot Study of the National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable Toolbox (NCCRT) to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates

The American Cancer Society and The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in collaboration with The National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable published "How to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening rates in Practice: A Primary Care Clinician's Evidence-Based Toolbox and Guide" in 2005. This toolbox outlines evidence-based interventions aimed at increasing colorectal cancer screening by primary care providers and their office staff. The Toolbox contains the tools to design a m...

Increasing Primary Care Physician Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates

The purpose of the study is to determine if a Web-based intervention increases physician rates of colorectal cancer recommendation rates in a group of physicians participating in the American Board of Internal Medicine's Maintenance of Certification Program. This study will also compare the content of practice improvement plans submitted by the diplomats in each study arm to determine the components of the plans that are associated with colorectal cancer rates.


Increasing Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Screening In Primary Care

Colorectal cancer screening remains lower than optimal. The purpose of this study was to test the efficacy of phone-based motivational interviewing versus tailored communication versus usual care in increasing CRC screening in primary care clinics.

Low Literacy Intervention for Colorectal Cancer Screening

Of 17 performance measures of hospital quality regularly reported for the Veterans Administration (VA) health care system, rates of colorectal cancer screening are the lowest.

Colorectal Cancer Screening Intervention in UWPN Clinics

The purpose of this study is to determine if a prototype colorectal cancer screening program with the services of a cancer prevention specialist will increase utilization of appropriate colorectal cancer screening tests.

Impact of the Distribution to Attending Physicians of a Nominative List of Their Patients Not Participating in the Organised Screening of Colorectal Cancer

Objective : to demonstrate that providing to GPs a list of their patients who are not compliant to colorectal cancer screening will 1) enhance patient participation to screening, and 2) decrease the proportion of cancer diagnosed outside the screening organisation. Design : Randomised controlled study, 3 parallel arms. Enrollment: GPs allocated in the 3 groups of the study will be all GPs 1) from the "Loire-Atlantique and Vendée" geographic area (1300 GPs on average) and 2) w...

Evaluation of an Intervention to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening in Primary Care Clinics

This study is a three-arm randomized controlled trial to implement and evaluate the relative effects of: 1) clinic-focused intervention; 2) combined patient- and clinic-focused intervention, and 3) usual care on the provision of colorectal cancer (CRC) screening in primary care clinics. The study will also examine the relative effects of the intervention conditions on secondary behavioral outcomes (e.g., clinician-patient discussions about CRC screening) and on intermediate o...

Screening TO Prevent ColoRectal Cancer (STOP CRC) Among At-Risk Chinese and Korean American Primary Care Patients

The objective of the study is to conduct a randomized controlled trial to determine the impact of a multi-level culturally-sensitive decision support intervention on colorectal cancer screening adherence among 400 Chinese and Korean American primary care patients.

Promoting Colorectal Cancer Screening in Rural Emergency Departments

This trial will compare the effects of a culturally targeted intervention designed to assist participants to identify and overcome individual barriers to colorectal cancer (CRC) and to promote CRC screenings using motivational interviewing (Ml) delivered by a lay health advisor (LHA) compared to the current standard-of-care (distribution of a brochure describing CRC screening services offered by the hospital) on CRC screening compliance.

Quality Improvement of Patient-Provider Communication For Colorectal Cancer Screening

The immediate objective of this proposal is to assess the effectiveness of a multi-faceted intervention to improve patient-provider communication about colorectal cancer screening in improving patient adherence with colorectal cancer screening recommendations. This intervention consists of: (1) guiding the communication process through patient activation to initiate a colorectal cancer screening discussion; (2) optimizing communication content through the use of a prompt sheet;...

Uncovering the Barriers of Colorectal Cancer Screening Amongst Siblings of Colorectal Cancer Patients.

To determine amongst siblings of colorectal cancer patients:1. The knowledge, perception and barriers towards screening colonoscopy. 2. The current screening colonoscopy adoption rate. 3. If patients would engage them through active engagement by healthcare providers in a bid to improve their receptiveness towards and partake in colorectal cancer screening. 4. The method(s) that Colorectal cancer patients adopt to communicate with them. 5. If tailored interventions addressing l...

Innovative Tools to Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates in Manitoba

The primary purpose of the study is to investigate the efficacy and effectiveness of a community-based nurse managed telephone support line (Provincial Health Contact Center; PHCC) and Colorectal Cancer Information and Screening Website in supporting Primary Care Providers (PCP) from Winnipeg, Manitoba (Canada) in their efforts to improve colorectal cancer (CRC) screening Fecal Occult Blood Test (FOBT) compliance in average risk men and women 50-74 years of age. Secondary outc...

Colorectal Cancer Screening Intervention Trial

Colorectal cancer is the second deadliest among cancers and disproportionately affects African Americans. The Colorectal Cancer Screening Intervention Trial(CCSIT) project has as its goal to test three interventions designed to increase screening rates among medically underserved African Americans in the Metropolitan Atlanta area. It is designed to increase awareness of modifiable risk factors and promote the benefits of screening as a means of early detection of colorectal ca...

Computerized and Mailed Reminders in Increasing the Rate of Colorectal Cancer Screening in Adults With an Average Risk for Colorectal Cancer

RATIONALE: Screening may help doctors find colorectal cancer sooner, when it may be easier to treat. Computerized and mailed reminders may help increase the rate of colorectal cancer screening in adults with an average risk for colorectal cancer. PURPOSE: This randomized clinical trial is studying how well computerized and mailed reminders work in increasing the rate of colorectal cancer screening in adults with an average risk for colorectal cancer.

Audit of Lung Cancer Screening Practice in Chest Physicians: An Update

The investigators will conduct nationally representative survey in chest physicians in Egypt in 2016-2017. Self-adminstered questionnaires will be used to assess the physicians' knowledge of lung cancer screening guidelines, beliefs about the effectiveness of screening tests, and ordering of screening chest radiograph, low-dose spiral computed tomography, or sputum cytology in the past 12 months.

A Program for Improved Family Screening for Colorectal Cancer

A first- degree family history of colorectal cancer (CRC) or adenoma before age 65 is associated with a high risk of CRC. For these high-risk subjects, the French 2013 recommendations advise colonoscopy screening, but participation is insufficient (26-54%).The purpose of this project is to propose, through association of multidisciplinary research teams (public health, sociology, linguistic), actors on the field (physicians, organized screening facilities), and decision makers,...

Colorectal Cancer Screening Among Primary Care Physicians of the Swiss Sentinel Surveillance Network

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third leading cause of cancer mortality in Switzerland, and kills 1600 people annually. Most deaths could be prevented by screening, but the 2012 Swiss national health survey found that only 40% of 50-75-year-olds had been tested within recommended intervals (26% with colonoscopy in the last 10 year, 7% with fecal occult blood test [FOBT] in the last 2 years, and 7% with both). If screening starts at age 50, in the average risk population absolute...

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Effect of Mailed Invites of Choice of Colonoscopy or FIT vs. Mailed FIT Alone on Colorectal Cancer Screening

This is a pragmatic, randomized, controlled trial comparing whether a mailed outreach intervention offering patients who are not up-to-date with colorectal cancer (CRC) a choice of completing a home Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) test or scheduling a screening colonoscopy increases CRC screening completion compared to a mailed FIT kit outreach program (which does not offer an explicit choice of screening modality). The trial will be conducted in a racially and socioeconomicall...

Screening Tests in Detecting Colorectal Cancer

RATIONALE: Screening tests may help doctors detect cancer cells early and plan more effective treatment for colorectal cancer. PURPOSE: Randomized screening trial to compare the effectiveness of fecal occult blood testing with that of DNA-based testing of stool and blood in identifying colorectal cancer.

Message Framing and Colorectal Cancer Screening

The main purpose of this study is to promote colorectal cancer (CRC) screening among individuals who have never been screened, with these individuals being members of a panel who participant in online studies. The primary study goals are to test effects of the matching between level of comparative risk feedback for colorectal cancer (CDC), that is, how one's risk compares to others, and message framing (Gain vs. loss frame) on CRC screening intentions and screening as well as m...

PRESEPT Study: Evaluation of SEPT9 Biomarker Performance for Colorectal Cancer Screening

The purpose of this study is to collect blood specimens and clinical data from screening guideline eligible individuals designated by their physician to receive a screening colonoscopy, and to evaluate the performance of a colorectal cancer-specific DNA methylation biomarker for detection of colorectal cancer in this cohort. Based on the outcome of the colonoscopy, polypectomy, biopsy and surgical tissue histopathology, the clinical utility of Septin 9 as colorectal cancer scr...

PROSPR Project 2: Comparative Effectiveness of FIT, Colonoscopy, & Usual Care Screening Strategies

The overall goal of the Parkland-UT Southwestern Population-based Research Optimizing Screening through Personalized Regimens (PROSPR) is to optimize colon cancer screening through personalized regimens in our integrated safety-net clinical provider network, which serves a large and diverse population of under- and un-insured patients in Dallas. Together, three research projects will assess clinic, system, and organizational factors associated with over-, under- and guideline-...

Traditional Print Communication Methods, Simple Electronic Communication Methods, or Usual Care in Increasing How Often Older Women Undergo Colorectal Cancer Screening

RATIONALE: Finding out which communication method affects a participant's decision to undergo colorectal cancer screening may help increase the number of participants who undergo screening. It is not yet known which communication method is more effective in increasing how often participants undergo colorectal cancer screening. PURPOSE: This randomized clinical trial is studying traditional print communication methods to see how well they work compared with simple electronic co...

Regional Native American Community Networks Program (RNACNP)

Aim: Determine the overall effectiveness of a targeted digital messaging intervention at improving colorectal cancer (CRC) screening rates compared to care as usual. Hypothesis: Screening rates will be higher for patients who receive the digital messaging intervention, compared to the control group in which patients receive care as usual.


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