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Integrating Services for Noncommunicable Diseases in Continuum of Care for Mothers and Children

The objectives of this cluster randomized control trial are to examine the effect of combined intervention of the utilization of continuum of care (CoC) card and health education on the completion of CoC services among mothers and to examine the effect of health education on NCDs and nutrition on mothers' knowledge on NCDs and nutrition in Myanmar. Pregnant women between 12-20 weeks of pregnancy will be recruited and assigned into intervention arm (n=600) and control arm (n=600...


Decreasing Youth Involvement in Violence in Burundi

The purpose of the current study is to examine the psychological well-being of youth within the context of participation in political violence during the 2015 election period in Burundi. In detail, the investigators are interested in fostering improved outcomes in a peace-building initiative aimed at youth in Burundi by reducing the mental health-related stress of the initiative's most severely affected participants. In addition, the investigators are interested in learning mor...

Dedalo Study Protocol: the Evaluation of a Community-level Multicomponent Lifestyle Intervention Effectiveness

The reduction of non-transmissible diseases (NCDs) is a community health priority and many NCDs are lifestyle related. In order to promote healthy lifestyle in Vercelli, the Local Health Authority (ASL) and the municipality of Vercelli and the University of Novara have realized the Dedalo project: a multicomponent community intervention. In Italy, few are the study evaluating the effectiveness of the multicomponent community intervention. Thus, aim of the study is to evaluate t...


Reducing Behavioral Risk Factors of NCDs: Protocol for a School-based Health Education Program in Bangladesh

This is a before-after designed intervention study conducted in two randomly selected secondary schools- one was selected randomly as intervention school and the another as control school. A baseline survey was conducted among the students of both schools by a pre-tested questionnaire to attain their current status of knowledge, attitude and practices related to NCDs. Afterward, students were enrolled in the intervention group who met the eligibility criteria from the intervent...

Implementation of Guidelines on Family Involvement During Primary Psychotic Disorders.

This study will develop and evaluate a complex intervention to implement guidelines on family involvement for patients with primary psychotic disorders (F20-29 in International Classification of Diseases ICD-10) in the psychiatric outpatient clinic, by using a cluster randomised design. Fifteen Norwegian outpatient clinics participate in the study, and each of them constitutes a single cluster, except for two collaborating clinics who are considered one cluster. Of the f...

Community-based Management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in Nepal

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is the fourth most important cause of death worldwide and is one of the commonest non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in Nepal. The presence of risk factors like indoor and outdoor air pollution, the high prevalence of smoking and lack of general awareness of COPD makes it a serious public health concern. However, no attempt has been made in Nepal to estimate its burden and address the disease at the community level. This community-base...

Pulmonary Effects of 100% Biodiesel Exhaust

Air pollution is a global environmental and health concern, contributing to onset and deterioration of respiratory and cardiovascular diseases. As climate change and dependence on diminishing fossil fuel supplies have taken center stage in political and scientific debates, renewable carbon-neutral fuels like biodiesel receive increasing attention. The most common biodiesel within the European Union, rapeseed oil methyl ester (RME) is perceived to be a "green fuel", as it is sus...

Global Congestive Heart Failure Registry

Heart failure (HF) is a major health problem worldwide but there is no global HF study that documents demographics, socioeconomic and clinical factors, diagnostic and management patterns, etiology, biomarkers, co-morbidities, treatments, quality of life, barriers to care and outcomes in all parts of the world. Such knowledge is essential in the prevention and treatment of this global disease. The Global Congestive Heart Failure Registry (G-CHF) is a global registry of approxima...

Neurocognitive Empowerment for Addiction Treatment (NEAT) in Opioid Use Disorder and Amphetamine Use Disorder: A Randomized Clinical Trial

Chronic drug addiction is not only associated with increased mental health symptoms, such as anxiety and depression, but also with brain (neural and cognitive) deficits. These neurocognitive deficits (NCDs) in memory, attention, decision-making, self-control and judgement disturb normal daily functioning and attempts for abstinence. These NCDs are also associated with worse long-term treatment outcomes. Current treatment programs for addiction to opioids and amphetamines are ma...

Maximal Leg Press Strength Training Study for Coronary Artery Disease Patients

Maximal strength training has been shown to increase muscular strength, muscular volume and work economy. An 8 week maximal leg press training regime will be conducted on cardiac heart failure patients to evaluate whether they increase their maximal leg press strength, work economy, serum testosterone and quality of life. The study hypotheses are that: 1. Aerobic work capacity will increase due to increased work economy, without increases in maximal oxygen uptake. ...

Effects of WB-EMS in Runners.

The subjects will be randomly distributed into 3 experimental groups: training with basic global electrostimulation (WB-EMS-SRT), training with specific global electrostimulation for runners (WB-EMS-WT) and control group (CG). Initially and at the end of the intervention period, which will consist of six weeks, the subjects will undergo a series of tests: (1) Maximum incremental effort test in tapestry to exhaustion to determine cardiorespiratory capacity (VO2max) and threshol...

Prevalence,Knowledge and Attitude of HIV /AIDS in Luxor

Human immunodeficiency virus infection is a global pandemic problem. About 35.3 million infected people in the world, so causing a great social, economical, political and cultural problems worldwide. In 1986 Egypt's first AIDS case was discovered , since then the number of infected cases cases are increasing.According to United Nations 2016 statistics, there are about 11,000 infected people living with Human immunodeficiency virus in Egypt.

Use of Low-cost mHealth Intervention to Enhance Outcomes of Noncommunicable Diseases Care in Rural and Refugee Settings

Rural areas and refugee camps are characterized by poor access of patients to needed noncommunicable disease (NCD)-related health services, including diabetes and hypertension. This community trial study aims to assess the effect of employing low-cost mHealth tools on the accessibility to health services and improvement of health indicators of individuals with NCDs in rural areas and refugee camps in Lebanon.

Identifying Effective Approaches to Counseling on Firearm Safety

Each year in the United States (U.S.), over 40,000 individuals die by suicide, and approximately half of these deaths occur by intentional, self-inflicted gunshot wounds. Given these staggering statistics, efforts to minimize individuals' access to firearms during at-risk periods has been identified as a critical if fraught suicide prevention strategy. Among individuals at risk for suicide who present to clinical settings, a crucial component of the clinical management of suici...

Impact of a Health and Mental Health Promotion Intervention Among Jordanians and Syrians.

Given the heightened risk of NCDs and mental health issues, it is critical for Jordanians and Syrian refugees to have access to prevention based health services. To address this need, the following project seeks to examine the capacity of Primary Care Health Centers to provide preventive services to empower patients to manage NCDs and potential mental health issues for those who are experiencing distress. The primary research question in this evaluation study is: Does p...

Intravenous and Oral Fosfomycin in Hospitalised Neonates With Clinical Sepsis

Neonatal sepsis has a high risk of morbidity and mortality. The current WHO and national guidelines recommend antibiotics to which resistance is reported in neonatal populations, although the available data is limited. Research on alternative empirical regimens for neonatal sepsis which are affordable, safe and cost-effective, with a step-down oral option, is needed. AMR is an issue of global public health concern and is one of the WHO's global health priority areas. Understand...

Feasibility and Interest of a HIV Quarterly Preventive Global Care in Men Who Have Sex With Men in Sub-Saharan Africa

The objective of the study is to evaluate the feasibility and interest of a HIV quarterly preventive global care for men who have sex with men (MSM) in sub-Saharan Africa to help reducing HIV incidence in this key population, their female partners, and the general population. This interventional, open label, multicenter, multidisciplinary cohort study will be conducted in Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Mali and Burundi. All participants will receive a HIV quarterly preventive glob...

Effect of Multimodal Exercise Training on Walking Economy in Individuals With Parkinson's Disease

Sustained ambulation is a challenge for individuals with Parkinson's disease (PD) as walking economy is frequently compromised. There are also various disease-related skeletal muscle alterations that may contribute to performance fatigability during ambulation. Concomitantly, individuals with PD experience substantial difficulty maintaining sustained forward progression at push-off during the gait cycle due to diminished force production. Exercise is commonly prescribed for the...

Evaluation of Novartis Access; a Non-communicable Disease (NCD) Access Initiative

Countries throughout the world are facing a growing non-communicable disease (NCD) burden. In developing countries, medicines to treat NCDs are often difficult to access or too expensive for many households. Novartis/Sandoz has recently launched Novartis Access, an initiative to subsidize a basket of NCD medicines sold to purchasers in program countries and delivered through the public and non-profit health sectors. This study will evaluate the impact of Novartis Access on the ...

Limits of Stability in Sitting in Healthy Controls and Participants Post Stroke

In this cross-sectional study we will compare the limits of stability in non-ambulatory participants post stroke compared to healthy controls. This will be done by placing participants in a seated position on a force platform, that will measure centre of pressure displacements during a leaning task in multiple directions. The results of the limits of stability test will be compared to standard clinical Measures of trunk control and functional balance, to see if there is a relat...

Effect of Increased Oxygenation in the Air During Endurance Training in Stable Angina Pectoris Patients

The study investigates whether endurance training breathing 100% oxygen gives a additional improvement in performance measured as maximal oxygen uptake, compared to training without extra oxygen supplementation. In addition work economy, stroke volume and cardiac perfusion is measured. The hypothesis of the study is that increased oxygenation of the air increases performance, stroke volume, work economy and cardiac perfusion.

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Effectiveness of Financial Incentives and Text Messages to Improve Health Care in Population With Moderate and High Cardiovascular Risk

Cardiovascular diseases are increasing throughout the developing world and are the cause of almost 16.7 million deaths each year, of which 80% occur in low and middle-income countries. As more than three fourth of the global burden of cardiometabolic diseases are related to risk factors connected with lifestyles or behaviors, such as smoking, unhealthy eating, low physical activity, and harmful consumption of alcohol. This burden could be dramatically reduced by changing indivi...

Sero-epidemiology of Priority Arboviruses in French Guiana

Dengue is an important public health problem despite the efforts of local health authorities to mitigate the impact of epidemics and the epidemiology of dengue evolved from an endemo-epidemic to a hyper-endemic state. In late 2013, the first local transmission of chikungunya virus in the Americas was identified in Caribbean countries and territories including French Guiana. Rapidly, more than 16,000 suspected local Health authorities had reported cases. In May 2015, the Pan Ame...

Effectiveness of an Early Nutrition Program on Promoting Breastfeeding and Optimizing Infant Growth and Diet Quality

Effective early life programs that reduce the long-term non-communicable diseases (NCDs) risk could bring great economic benefits to the society. However, there is a lack of local data on the effect of nutrition on child growth and most research on early life intervention focus on disease models such as obese women to improve offspring health outcomes. There is limited research on postpartum interventions in the community that optimize maternal and infant nutrition through impr...


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