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Marital Functioning Among Combat Veterans

The purpose of this research study is to examine marital dynamics related to husband-wife reunification following the veteran's return


Effects of Intra-Uterine Slow-Release Insemination on Pregnancy Rate in Women Designated for Artificial Insemination

A couple that does not achieve pregnancy though regular attempts for a year are defined infertile couple. This condition is caused by faulty functioning of the reproduction system of the husband or wife or both. If there are no organic defects and there is no definite injury to the reproductive system (ova or spermatozoa), the specialist doctor generally decides to put the couple into a fertility treatment program. Artificial insemination is one of the important ways of achievi...

Primary Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence in India

The goal of this study is to test and evaluate the feasibility, acceptance, safety, and efficacy of an an intimate partner violence (IPV) intervention in recently-married, low-income husband-wife dyads in Pune, India.

Feasibility Study of Couple Therapy Treatment for Situational Couple Violence

The purpose of this study is to understand whether the couple therapy that is used in practice is effective in preventing situational couple violence. More specifically, we will focus on couples with mild to moderate forms of situational couple violence to investigate how couples therapy can be effective in preventing the escalation and recurrence of situational couple violence. For this purpose, the response of partners to therapy will be investigated by integrating self-repor...

Exercise Treatment of Mild-Stage Probable Alzheimer's Disease

The purpose of the study is to determine if participation in an exercise program helps memory loss from getting worse, and if it improves daily functioning and attitudes of those with probable Alzheimer's disease. It will involve participation of both the person with memory loss and someone who knows their daily activities (e.g., husband, wife, adult child, or caregiver).

HIV-discordant Couple Intrauterine Insemination

The investigators propose to treat couples who wish to have a child in which the man is HIV-positive and the woman is HIV-negative. The investigators call these couples HIV-discordant. On the average, an HIV-positive man, who does not participate in high-risk activities, will transmit HIV to a female partner one in every one thousand acts of intercourse without a condom. To reduce transmission of HIV, HIV-discordant couples are counseled to avoid intercourse altogether, or to...

Couple Interaction and Health Behaviors

This study will focus on corrosive couple coercion and its impact on behaviors and regimen adherence. Investigators will invite adult couple-dyads for a total of two visits. Couples will be randomly assigned to either a cognitive or behavioral condition. Investigators will use a within subject experimental design over 2 visits. Each couple will engage in two problem solving/conflict resolution discussions over 2 visits (10 min for each partner's issue related to the relationshi...

Intensive Weekend Retreat Multi-Couple Group Therapy for PTSD

The purpose of this study is to test an intensive, multi-couple group version of a couple therapy for PTSD delivered to active duty Service Members or Veterans with PTSD and their romantic partners in a single weekend retreat. The study will be conducted on or near Fort Hood in Kileen, Texas. Twenty-four couples will be treated with this therapy and assessed immediately before treatment, 1 month after treatment, and 3 months after treatment.

Impact on Family or Care-givers of Very Old ICU-survivors, Trajectories and 6 Months' Outcome in the Very Old.

It is known from extensive documentation that second victims in critical illness often are the care givers of the patients: family, friends or other persons. Although this has not been specifically studied in the very old patients, there is no reason to believe that this group will be different from other ICU patients. Even more so, in this very old age patient group there are seldom any older relatives. Partners, like wife/husband or other cohabitants, may be dead or themselve...

Pilot Study to Assess the Efficacy of Cognitive-behavioral Couple Therapy for Provoked Vestibulodynia

The current pilot study aims to assess the feasibility and preliminary efficacy of a novel, 12-week targeted couple intervention (CBCT) for women with vulvodynia and their partners.

Couple-Based Meditation for Metastatic Lung Cancer Patients and Their Partners

The goal of this behavioral research study is to learn the opinion of patients and their partners about a couple-based meditation program. Researchers also want to learn the effect of this program on fatigue, distress, sleep quality, and quality of life. Researchers also want to learn about the opinions of patients and their partners who take part in a cancer-related discussion session.

Couple-based Interpersonal Psychotherapy on Postnatal Depression and Family Sense of Coherence

Postnatal depression is a common public health problem which has long-term sequelae on the family and the infant's psychosocial development. Interpersonal psychotherapy has demonstrated its value as one of the most effective interventions for postnatal depression. The aim of this study is to examine the effect of a couple-based interpersonal psychotherapy for first-time Chinese mothers and fathers on depressive symptoms, family sense of coherence, and marital relationships imme...

Pathway Taking Into Account PeriConceptional Environment for Infertile Couple

Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after 12 months of unprotected intercourse, It affects approximately one in six couples pregnancy. Many lifestyle factors of the couple's pre and peri-conceptional environment (weight, diet, alcohol, tobacco, coffee, drugs, exercise, stress, sleep, pollution...) are risk factors for infertility. Weight gain, in both members of the couple, is associated with an increased risk of Assisted Reproduction Technology (ART) failure an...

Couple-Based Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorders and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

The purpose of this study is to develop and test a couple-based treatment for veterans with an alcohol use disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Pilot Test of a Couple-Based Medication Adherence Intervention for HIV-Positive Women and Their Male Partners in South Africa

The purpose of this study is to collect quantitative data related to developing and testing a couple-based intervention (CBI) for HIV-positive women's medication adherence in the region of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. The CBI, called START (Supporting Treatment for Anti-Retroviral Therapy) Together, will be a manualized intervention focused on women's ART adherence and enhancing the couple's communication and problem-solving behavior. The preliminary efficacy of the CBI on HIV-...

Move 2 Health: A Couple-Based Physical Activity Intervention for Cancer Survivors

This pilot study will develop and test a couple-based physical activity intervention among cancer survivors and their partners. Aim 1: To determine the feasibility and acceptability of a couple-based physical activity intervention for cancer survivors. Feasibility will be quantified using rates of study eligibility, overall accrual, attrition, and adherence to the study protocol. Acceptability will be assessed via couples' ratings on a standardized measure of treatment effecti...

International NaProTechnology Evaluation and Surveillance of Treatment for Infertility and Miscarriage (iNEST)

NaProTechnology (NPT) is a treatment option for infertility or miscarriage that identifies issues in a couple's fertility and fixes them to the extent possible by medical intervention. An important part of NPT is teaching couples to monitor the signs and symptoms of the woman's fertility cycle (menstrual cycle) with the Creighton Model FertilityCare System (CrMS). The purpose of the study is to look at outcomes among couples who consider or get NPT treatment to help them...

The Effect of Delivery Mode on Inter - Couple Relationship, Sexual Function and Pelvic Floor Activity

Pregnancy and delivery have a major impact on couple's inter personal relationship. Different modes of delivery have different effect on pelvic floor function, and it is known that instrumental vaginal deliveries have the worse effect, though various common anatomical injuries have been described following vaginal delivery. Pelvic floor dysfunction has the potential to ameliorate sexual function, and the investigators hypothesis is that the impact of delivery on pelvic floor di...

Cannabis and Thought Disorder in Schizophrenia

Recent studies have suggested a strong relationship between cannabis use and the level of thought disorder in subjects with schizophrenia. Moreover, the level of thought disorder has been associated with an increased functional connectivity between the temporal lobe and the Putamen. However, the brain mechanisms underlying these two relationships are still poorly known. Better understanding these mechanisms is important to improve patients' care, in particular among treatment-r...

Study of the Prevalence of Complications Occurring in the Mother-newborn Couple During the First Month After Returning Home, Since the Introduction of Standard Outpatients (According to HAS 2014 Recommendations) at the Amiens-Picardie University Hospital

Prior to the HAS recommendations of March 2014, the "mother - newborn" couple was discharged from the maternity home at 4 days after delivery by AVB and 5 days after caesarean section. The stay in maternity allowed a follow-up of the newborn whose weight gain and the occurrence of a jaundice; And monitoring of the mother whose milky ascent and psychological feelings. In March 2014, the HAS published new recommendations on maternity leave arrangements for the "mother - n...

Can Thought Field Therapy (TFT) Be Helpful for Patients With an Anxiety Disorder?

The purpose of this study is to find out if Thought Field Therapy has effect on certain anxiety disorders; agoraphobia, social phobia, and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Primary Birmingham Hip Resurfacing Arthroplasty Using a Metal-on-Metal Couple in the Young Active Patient

To prospectively obtain data about the clinical and radiological results of the resurfacing technique as primary hip prosthesis in young active patients

Dialogical and Narrative Processes in Couple Therapy for Depression

The main aim of the project is to develop couple therapy for depression with special interest in dialogical and narrative processes in therapy. Parenthood, and different psychosocial phenomena, such as domestic violence, suicidal behaviour and alcohol abuse in relation to the client's specific depressive state will be analysed. The second main aim of the study is to analyse the effectiveness couple therapy for depression as a real world study. The good and poor outcome of dif...

Protect and Connect: Couple HIV Prevention for Drug Involved Male Offenders

This study is a randomized controlled trial (RCT) that will rigorously evaluate the implementation, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a couple-based integrated HIV and drug abuse prevention intervention (Connect II) with drug-involved male offenders charged with misdemeanors and their primary female sexual partners, implemented by frontline providers in Criminal Court, Community Court or probation (CCP) sites in NYC, compared to CCP standard treatment of care services (TA...

Demand Creation for Couples' HIV Counseling and Testing

This study aims at assessing the effect of a demand-creation intervention on couples' HIV counseling and testing (couples' HCT) uptake among married couples who have never tested together as a couple. The study is being implemented in 12 clusters; six intervention and six comparison clusters. A total of 1,538 couples will be enrolled into the study; 769 couples per arm. Couples in the intervention communities are invited to participate in small group, couple-focused or men-only...

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