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14:56 EDT 17th October 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Computerized Questionnaires in Assessing Symptoms, Pain, Depression, and Physical Function in Patients With Metastatic and/or Advanced Locoregional Cancer

RATIONALE: A computer-based system for assessing symptoms may be effective for patients with metastatic or advanced cancer. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying how well computerized questionnaires work in assessing symptoms, pain, depression, and physical function in patients with metastatic and/or advanced local/regional cancer.


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RU-486 in the Treatment of Bipolar Depression

Bipolar disorder is a chronic and recurrent illness which involves episodes of mania and depression. It is believed that disturbance of the stress hormone system (the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal or HPA axis) may cause thinking and memory problems and make the depressive symptoms worse in bipolar disorder. Early studies have shown that mifepristone may have antidepressant effects (may improve the symptoms of depression) and may also maintain or enhance cognition (memory and t...

Pilot Study Assessing Computerized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression

Standard treatments for depression in specialty care settings are effective but resources for delivering empirically supported psychotherapies are often limited. Computerized cognitive behavioral therapy (cCBT) is an effective and highly scalable treatment for depression that might help expand services in psychiatric settings, however, little is known about its efficacy in this population. The present study aims to establish the efficacy of a internet-delivered cCBT program ("B...


Computerized Information-Processing Bias Retraining in Depressed Adolescents

This study will examine how well a novel four-session computerized program, designed to help adolescents learn to interpret ambiguous situations less negatively, reduces symptoms of depression and decreases negative information-processing biases.

Use of Conversation and Acoustic Signals in Measuring Depression Severity

The purpose of this study is to test a new monitoring technology that uses the sound of a depressed person's speech to assess the severity of depression symptoms. The Vocal Social Signals Platform (VSSP) is software that analyzes the non-verbal characteristics of a person's speech. This study will test this software to see if it could be a useful measurement tool for assessing depression symptoms. Participation in this study requires coming to the research headquarters twice...

Depression in Men With Physical Disabilities

This project is intended to develop an evidence-based peer group counseling program that addresses depressive symptoms in men with physical disabilities. Expanding treatment options for depressive symptoms in men with physical disabilities will improve their access to care. The benefits of men with physical disabilities receiving effective treatment for depressive symptoms include better health, independent living, and longer life.

Study Assessing Risk Factors for Abdominal Pain in Children With Inflammatory Bowel Disease

To characterize persistent abdominal pain in children with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) by examining factors such as disease type, activity and location, psychosocial factors, and genetics. The investigators hypothesize that by using patient pain and psychological assessments in addition to analysis of blood, stool and colonic biopsies, we can better characterize factors that predispose children and adolescents with IBD to have persistent and/or disproportionate abdo...

Evaluation of a Physical Intervention for Persistent Post-Concussive Symptoms

A concussion occurs when a person receives an impact to the head. The most common persistent symptoms that generate from a concussion are headaches, depression, lack of balance and dizziness. One recommendation to alleviate persistent symptoms of concussion is rest. Research findings indicate that the benefit of rest is inconclusive to help individuals suffering from a concussion return to activities of daily living. One treatment approach in reducing concussion symptoms is phy...

A Computerized Intervention for Depression

The primary purpose of this study is to examine how much change in depressive symptoms will be observed in persons who use an electronic Problem Solving Treatment (imbPST) compared to a control group at pre-, mid-point, and post-test assessments.

Validation of Computerized Vision-Targeted Quality-of-Life Questionnaires

This study will test and compare computerized and paper versions of eye questionnaires. Questionnaires are used in medicine to gain a better understanding of how a disease can impact a person's quality of life. Computerized versions of such questionnaires are often as good as or better than paper versions, but there has been no direct comparison of the two. This study may help in the development of eye questionnaires used to understand symptoms and monitor patients in clinical ...

Effects of Exercise on Depression Symptoms, Physical Function, and Quality of Life in Community-Dwelling Elderly

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of 8-week exercise training on depression symptoms, physical functions, and quality of life in the community-dwelling elderly.

Cognitive Changes Associated With Breast Cancer Treatment

Patients with cancer often complain that their "mind does not seem to be clear." This can be due to stress, depression, anxiety, or physical problems caused by cancer or the treatments used to control symptoms. There are many purposes for this study; one of them is to learn about the effects of chemotherapy on the brain, and another is to identify useful tools to detect these effects. The results of this study may stimulate new research comparing different treatments to the cur...

An Investigation Into the Role of Walking in Treating the Symptoms of Knee Osteoarthritis: The WalkOut Study

There are over 8.75 million people in the United Kingdom with osteoarthritis in their knees. The effect of this condition can be debilitating. Symptoms are due to wear and tear of the knee joint. Some people can suffer with knee pain and stiffness. This study will look at whether walking improves the symptoms of knee osteoarthritis. Investigators will recruit anyone with knee pain over the age of 45 years in Nottingham. Participants will undergo a full assessment by a qualifie...

Movement for Depression - An RCT Assessing Physical Activity Promotion for People With MDD

Randomized clinical trial that aims to increase physical activity levels in people with depression and to evaluate if the increase on PA levels has impact on clinical and biological measures.

Behavioral Activation-Rehabilitation to Improve Depressive Symptoms & Physical Function After Acute Respiratory Failure

More and more people are surviving after receiving life support for respiratory failure in the intensive care unit, but these patients often experience problems with depression and physical functioning that lead to reduced quality of life. There is a lack of treatment for these patients, with past research suggesting that treatment may be more successful if mental and physical health are addressed at the same time. This research evaluates whether a therapy delivered via telepho...

Evaluation and Diagnosis of People With Pain and Fatigue Syndromes

This study will examine people who have pain or fatigue symptoms with a known or unknown diagnosis to determine eligibility for other research studies. No treatment is offered under this protocol. People 18 years of age or older with symptoms of pain and fatigue may be eligible for this study. Participants undergo standard examinations needed to diagnose or evaluate their symptoms. The results of the test are used to screen subjects for possible participation in other Nu...

Acupuncture and Breast Cancer Rehabilitation

The patients were divided into two randomized groups with 24 patients per group, which were given weekly treatment for 10 weeks, one group treated with Kinesiotherapy lasting 30 minutes and the other group followed Kinesiotherapy the same protocol for another 30 minutes acupuncture using predefined points. The patients were assessed at baseline, after five weeks and at the end of 10 weeks. Responded to an evaluation form about their registration and social data. The physical ...

The Effect of Medical Exercise Therapy on Pain, Function and Physical Activity in Patients With Knee Osteoarthritis

The aim of the project is to investigate effects of medical exercise therapy (MET) on patients with knee osteoarthritis. MET is a common physical therapy intervention, and the project aim to strengthen the evidence of this intervention. An experimental cohort design is chosen, and 20 participants will be followed for 6 months. Assessments will be clinical tests, questionnaires and accelerometer measurements before, during, and after a 3 month period of exercise (3 days per week...

Dissemination and Implementation of Function Focused Care for Assisted Living

This study will evaluate pain, management of pain, behavioral symptoms, and the quality of staff-resident interactions between residents with and without dementia, test the relationship of these variables to participation in function focused care at baseline, and consider if there is a differential impact of FFC-AL-EIT between those with and without dementia with regard to participation in function focused care, functional outcomes and physical activity over the 12 month study ...

Validation of Standardized Questionnaires on Depression for Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) (VADERA I) and Investigation of the Frequency of Depression in RA (VADERA II)

The purpose of this study is to validate standardized questionnaires on depression for rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and to investigate the frequency of depression with RA. The study will include 2 parts, VADERA I and VADERA II. In VADERA I, 300 participants will be surveyed twice at an interval of 3 months regarding their current emotional condition using standardised questionnaires. On the basis of the results of VADERA I, in VADERA II, the selected questionnaire will be used to ...

Short-Term Effects of PT on Physical Activity

The primary purpose is to examine the impact that physical therapy (PT) interventions, including manipulations, have on physical activity levels outside of the clinical environment in persons with low back pain (LBP) as measured both objectively with an accelerometer and subjectively with questionnaires. The secondary purpose is to determine if a relationship exists between objective physical activity, self-perceived disability pain catastrophizing thoughts, BMI, age, six-minu...

Cognitive and Psychiatric Effects of Linaclotide on Patients With Constipation

Irritable Bowel syndrome - constipation predominant (IBS-C) is a chronic and disabling,disorder of the gut that is characterized by abdominal pain or discomfort. Approximately 50% of patients with IBS-C will also meet criteria for anxiety or depression. Anti depressant medication is widely used in the treatment of IBS. Linaclotide is a novel medication for IBS that is also effective at relieving pain associated with IBS, which may be in part to signalling between the gut and t...

Internet-based Program for Prevention and Early Intervention of Adolescent Depression

Background: Depression is prevalent and can have devastating effects on the life of adolescents. Computerized intervention programs for depression have shown positive results. There is less evidence in prevention and early treatment for depression in Latin American adolescents. Purpose: The purpose of this study is to determine whether a stepped internet-based program is effective to prevent and early intervene depression in adolescents attending 9th to 11th grade in eig...

Vortioxetine for Menopausal Depression

The broad goal of this study is to examine the efficacy and tolerability of vortioxetine (flexible dose) for the treatment of major depressive disorder (MDD) in symptomatic women around the menopausal transition. We hypothesize that an eight-week treatment with vortioxetine will promote a significant improvement of depression symptoms and other menopause-related physical symptoms.

Cognitive Rehabilitation in Patients With Depression

Depression is a highly prevalent and debilitating mental disorder, ranked one of the leading causes of disability worldwide. Several studies have identified neuropsychological deficits in populations of depressed patients affecting domains including attention, memory and executive functioning. These deficits often persist even in patients whose depressive symptoms have remitted. Cognitive impairment in depression represent a core feature of depression, and a valuable target for...


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