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Intervention to Improve the Adherence in Community Pharmacies

The ANM is the first initiative that puts advanced pharmaceutical care into practice in Andalusia (Spain). The aim of this is study is to evaluate the effectiveness of the intervention Assistance to New Medicines (ANM) in the improvement of adherence to treatment in community pharmacies.


24-Hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring in Community Pharmacies

This study is designed to explore the feasibility of providing 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring in community pharmacies. The investigators hypothesize it will be feasible for community pharmacies to provide the service to assist medical providers in the diagnosing and management of high blood pressure. The investigators will also survey participants regarding their experience with the service as well as conduct interviews with participating pharmacists and medical p...

The Feasibility of Using a General Health Screen to Increase HIV Testing in Community Pharmacies

The purpose of this study is to see if offering a general health screening tailored towards high-risk groups (African immigrants, injection drug users (IDUs), and minority men who have sex with men (MSM)) will increase human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing, counseling, and linkage acceptance rates in community pharmacies.


Enhancing a Sustainable Pharmacy-based Immunization Program in Two States

The study's aim is to enhance current immunization activities in community pharmacies through targeting the two most commonly available non-seasonal vaccines in community pharmacies, namely pneumococcal and herpes zoster vaccination services. The study will compare the change in the number of pneumococcal and herpes zoster vaccinations administered in pharmacy from the corresponding 6-month period prior to the intervention to the 6-month intervention period between intervention...

A Study of Inhaler Use in the Community

This is a prospective cohort observational study of inhaler adherence in a community care setting (ie. general practice clinics and pharmacies in the community).

A Pilot Study of a Community Health Agent-led Diabetes Self-Management Program

This was a pilot study to assess the feasibility and acceptability of training Community Health Agents in Motivational Interviewing in real-life primary care centers.

Telemonitoring of Blood Pressure in Local Pharmacies

The TEMPLAR project is an observational, cross-sectional, multicenter study involving several community pharmacies spread all over Italy. The aim of the project, the currently largest Italian ABPM Registry, is to analyze the 24-hour ABPMs performed in community pharmacies enabled for this service in accordance with the current Italian regulations, in order to evaluate the level of BP control in the community and to provide scientific evidence on the usefulness of a telehealth n...

Effect of Violent First-Person Shooter (FPS) Video Games on Shooting Accuracy

The present research tests the effects of violent shooting games on behavior within the game (Pilot Study) and on behavior after the game is turned off (Experiment Proper). The Experiment Proper is an exact replication of a previous study conducted in our lab that was retracted (see citation), but with a larger sample to get more reliable results (N=287 rather than N=151).

Development of a Community Engagement Activity for Advance Care Planning

This study will determine the feasibility of using an end-of-life conversation game (called "My Gift of Grace") as a community engagement activity series to help caregivers, patients with chronic illness, and/or their families perform advance care planning.

An Accessible Digital Intervention to Promote HIV Testing/Counseling and Prevention Among Adolescents

This is Phase II of a study previously registered on ClinicalTrials.gov (NCT02812329). Phase II focuses on adapting and expanding the reach of a previously developed video game aimed at HIV prevention. The game will be adapted to include web access/distribution and be evaluated using a randomized controlled trial.

Healing Through Education, Advocacy and Law (HEAL) in Response to Violence

This is a 3-year comparative effectiveness study funded by the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) and will test an adapted priority-based patient navigation versus care as usual among 300 survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) recruited from, and/or referred from, University of Rochester Medical Center providers. The goal is to improve patient safety, depression, and health function over the course of 12 months. In the Community Health Worker -Personaliz...

Diagnostic Potential of PET/MRI in Cardiac Sarcoidosis

The aim of the study is to find better and more specific non-invasive methods to diagnose and stage cardiac sarcoidosis with the use of advanced imaging modalities, simultaneous 3T MRI and PET. Cardiac sarcoidosis is a disease of possibly fatal outcome in young people. The use of a combined PET/MRI system with 18F-FDG and a new inflammation-tracer (18F-GE180) can become a future game changer. Sarcoid induced focal inflammation in myocardium should show high 18F-GE180 uptake. 1...

Changes in Adherence After Playing "My Life With CF" Game

Nonadherence to treatment regimes among patients with cystic fibrosis (CF) is well documented in the literature. Unfortunately, few interventions have been successful at improving adherence rates in this patient population. Within the pediatric population, specifically adolescents, attitude toward treatment directly effects adherence to treatment. Changing attitude includes making conscious decisions regarding adherence or non-adherence and should include an understanding of wh...

Pilot Study to Assess the Feasibility and Initial Efficacy of Therapist-as-consultant, Game-based CI Therapy

Pilot study to assess the feasibility and initial efficacy of therapist-as-consultant, game-based CI therapy. Pre/post study design. Participant received a target of 30 hours game-based motor intervention, 100 hours constraint of the less affected upper extremity, and 5 hours therapist consultation (including completion of a behavioral contract at the first study visit). Duration of intervention was 10 consecutive weekdays, with pre-treatment and post-treatment testing performe...

A Mobile Phone Game to Prevent HIV Among Young Africans

This project will test the feasibility of an electronic game to prevent HIV among African preadolescents, delivered via inexpensive Android smart phones. In order to collect feasibility data for a future randomized controlled trial, this study involves the pilot-testing of the intervention with a sample of young people in Nyanza region, Kenya, where 11.4% of young women ages 15-24 are HIV-infected. This feasibility study will be carried out with the Kenya Medical Research Insti...

Involving Community Pharmacies in Improving Asthma Outcomes in an Urban Pediatric Population

This study seeks to determine whether education provided in community pharmacies and monthly reminder calls can improve compliance with asthma medications. We hypothesize that those pediatric patients with asthma 12 months to 12 years of age who receive comprehensive asthma care as part of a validated intervention (1) who are randomized to receive enhanced community pharmacy care will have significantly greater compliance with inhaled corticosteroids (ICS) six months after enr...

Innovative Biofeedback Interface for Enhancing Stroke Gait Rehabilitation

This study will conduct a preliminary evaluation of and obtain user data on a novel game-based visual interface for stroke gait training. Study participants will complete one session comprising exposure to gait biofeedback systems in an order determined by block randomization (3 blocks). Participants will be exposed to 3 types of biofeedback interfaces: - the anterior ground reaction forces (AGRF) biofeedback game (projector-display, non-augmented reality [AR]) ...

Sinasprite: A Pilot Feasibility Study for Patients With Anxiety or Stress

The investigators are proposing a prospective one-arm cohort study testing the feasibility of a game designed to improve symptoms in adults with mild levels of stress, depression, and anxiety. The study will take place at Madigan Army Medical Center. Primary outcomes include usage data including time, frequency and duration of app use, participant satisfaction with the game, and comments and suggestions regarding participants' experiences using the Sinasprite game over a 12-wee...

Assessment of the Prescriber's and the Pharmacies Overview of Patient Medication by Use of the Fidelity Coefficient.

The purpose of this study is to twofold. We wish to introduce a new patient-descriptive parameter, the 'Fidelity Coefficient', and use it to assess and compare the overview of patient's medication possessed by the general practitioners and the pharmacies.

A Game-based Educational Approach to Promote Child Safety Knowledge and Behaviours

The project will design and develop a game for teaching safety as a way to reduce childhood injury. To evaluate the effectiveness of the designed game, a randomized controlled trial (RCT) following the CONSORT RCT guidelines will be conducted. All students in Primary 4-6 (equivalent to US Grades 4-6) from the participating school will be invited to join the trial, which will be then randomized into the game or health education group. All students in the game group will be invit...

iVision - Development of a Game-based Therapy for Children With Cerebral Visual Impairment

The objective of the present study is to develop a therapeutic, adaptive, and enjoyable game that will be used by children with CVI between the mental age of 3 and 12 years. Such a game will be easy to use and implement by the children, their parents, and therapists.

Serious Game for Parkinson's Disease Patients

In this study the investigators aim to assess the feasibility and acceptability of a serious game to rehabilitate gait and balance disorders in 10 patients with Parkinson's disease previously operated for deep brain stimulation of the sub thalamic nucleus.

A Social Media Game to Increase Physical Activity Among Older Adult Women

This study will test the effects of a social media game on the physical activity of older adult women. The game will consist of playful weekly challenges that require sharing photographs on a private social media group and also wearing an activity monitor to track steps. Participants will be randomized to this game group or to receive the activity monitor only.

Evaluation of a Computer Game Based Rehabilitation System for Assessment and Treatment of Balance and Gait Impairments in Individuals With Parkinson's Disease.

Examining the feasibility and acceptability of the computer game based rehabilitation system for improving balance, gait and executive function in individuals with PD. This will involve a pilot case series intervention study of individuals with PD will be conducted.

Using Serious Games to Improve Social Skills in Autism

The investigators will conduct a small-scale randomized control trial comparing the intervention game to an active control game, and will assess outcomes at multiple time points (pre-, post-, 6-month follow-up). These outcomes will include a wide range of behaviors that are measured along a continuum from controlled lab-based tasks to uncontrolled, real-world social interactions between dyads.


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