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Community-Based Care Management For Teen/Young Adult Mothers and Fathers

Teenagers who become parents often struggle with new challenges as they try to take care of their children and themselves. Programs that provide teens with support, education, and counseling may help teens to become the best parents they can be and reach their own goals. Health care providers who take care of pregnant and parenting teenagers are trying to find out what types of programs are most helpful for the physical, emotional, and social health of pregnant and parenting te...


A Study of the Effect of Patient Education (Talking Health Together) in Improving Doctor-patient Communication

This study is being carried out to see if patients make the lifestyle changes or take their medication as instructed by their doctor during their visit as a result of the T.H.T. patient-education training. Proper information exchange between doctors and patients is an important part of quality health care. Although many patients would like more information, they often do not ask for it directly during doctor-patient visits. The patient-training in this study specifically aims...

Reach Out and Read Arabic to Promote Arabic Literacy in Toddlers

The goal of this study is to encourage parents to read Arabic books to their children in order for this to become a daily habit; by extension children will grow up loving to read Arabic books and ultimately improve their Arabic literacy. The investigators' hypothesis is that the "Reach Out and Read Arabic" intervention can be implemented in a middle income country setting where recruited participants will complete the study; and that the intervention will lead to higher propor...


Parenting Skills Intervention in Improving Medication Adherence in Pediatric Cancer Patients

This trial studies how well a parenting skills intervention works in improving medication adherence in pediatric cancer patients. The parenting skills intervention provides support and skills training to parents who administer medicine daily to their child and may improve the child?s taking of medications correctly as prescribed by the doctor. Ultimately, this may improve treatment outcomes, among children who are experiencing an illness.

Individual vs Cohort Long Distance Advising for Mental Care for Congenital Cataract Guardians

Nowadays, doctors put mental health at a prior place and pay more attention to the psychological problems of ill kids' parents. In our research, we try to find a new modern and efficient psychological counseling mode to improve the mentality of parents and relieve their anxiety and depression. We divide guardians of parents into two groups .One group is given the traditional follow-up by regular phone call every month. The other is in a wechat group. A doctor send the useful in...

Establishing the Collaborative Care Model of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine-Pediatric Atopic Dermatitis

In Taiwan, there are many patients suffer from pediatric atopic dermatitis. Because of the clinical characteristic of repetitive and scratchy, which will affect the patients' quality of life and lead to the medical heavy budget. TCM may play an important role in this disease and help patient to improved their health. In this project, we aim to establish a Collaborative Care Model of TCM and Western Medicine, to achieve the multiple goal in clinical treatment, research and medic...

Use of a Patient Decision Aid for Gastrologic Endoscopy in a Pediatric Setting

Parents need understandable information in order to make appropriate choices for their child's health care. This is especially true when making decisions about invasive medical procedures. Parents need to understand what will happen, the risks involved, how these risks will be managed and what other options they have before they can decide what is best for their child. The present proposal involves the creation of a novel patient decision aid about the gastro endoscopy procedur...

REACH-OUT: Chicago Children's Diabetes Prevention Program

The purpose of this research study is to evaluate two nutrition and exercise programs in children ages 9-12 who are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes. This study also includes the involvement of parents or guardians who are willing to participate in these programs with the child.

Palliative Care and Symptom Management for the Pediatric Oncology Patient

The goal of this study is to learn about the communication, decision-making, symptom management, emotional adjustment, and spiritual needs of parents and pediatric patients treated at the Children's Cancer Hospital at M. D. Anderson. Primary Objectives: 1. Determine the palliative care service needs of pediatric cancer patients and their parents, including communication, decision-making, symptom management, emotional and spiritual support when receiving trea...

Phase II Trial Of ZK-EPO (ZK 219477) In Metastatic Melanoma

The purpose of this study is to find out how effective an investigational drug named ZK-Epo is against melanoma. Although ZK-Epo has been studied in the treatment of cancer, it is not approved for use in treating melanoma. This research is being done because currently there are only a limited number of treatment options for patients who have melanoma that has spread to distant organs. We expect each patient to be in this study for at least 2 cycles. One cycle lasts for 21 ...

Informed Consent in Pediatric Cancer Trials

Background: - Informed consent is the process by which prospective participants in clinical trials learn about clinical research in order to decide whether they want to enroll in the study. It consists of meetings and discussions with the health care team. - Phase I clinical trials are designed to determine what dose of an investigational agent is safe to administer to patients. Objectives: - To study communication, comprehension and deci...

Perifosine With Temsirolimus for Recurrent Pediatric Solid Tumors

The purpose of this study is to test the safety and effectiveness of 2 drugs, perifosine in combination with temsirolimus in children with solid tumors. Neither drug is currently part of the standard treatment of solid tumors in children. Both drugs have been tested alone to treat solid tumors in children with little success. There is now new insight that if given together, perifosine and temsirolimus may work together to stop the growth of solid tumors and may also make them s...

Referred vs Spontaneous Visits at Pediatric ER: an Outcome Study

Since 80's, admissions in Emergency medical services increase regularly. Children represents 30% of the patients in Emergency medical Service. Only 20% of admissions are hospitalized and only 3 % need emergency care. Consequences are team's exhaustion, a reduction of healthcare quality, a slowdown in emergency care. Investigator decided to realize an epidemiologic prospective study in Emergency medical and surgical Pediatric Service in Strasbourg Teaching Hospital to compare c...

Parent Willingness to Participate in Tobacco Trials in the Pediatric Clinical Setting

Little is known about what factors influence parental decisions to participate or to decline participation in tobacco trials offered in the pediatric clinical setting. Further, it is unclear what proportion of parents treated in our setting would elect to receive formal assistance with quitting smoking or consider alternative approaches that could facilitate eventual smoking cessation. While the recommendation to parents is generally to quit smoking, some may be unwilling or ...

Using Multimedia Digital Health to Enable and Engage Pediatric Inpatients and Their Parents

This project leverages digital health technology to support patient engagement and shared decision-making between families, patients, and providers. The investigators will start by finalizing the educational module and adding randomization for the trial (Aim 1). The investigators will then complete iterative user testing in the live system through measurement of educational module views and usability feedback interviews with 20 end users (Aim 2). The investigators will then con...

The Influence of Doctor-patient Communication on Patients' Willingness to Take Medication

The experiment aims at investigating whether the doctor-patient communication has an influence on patients' willingness to take medication. Patients' attitude towards the medication is manipulated via a critical film sequence. Afterwards patients of the two experimental groups have a communication with one of the investigators of the study. Patients are told that the investigator is a medical doctor. The "doctors" either communicate in a patient-centered or doctor-centered styl...

IGRA and Mantoux Response in Children With Suspected Latent or Active TB Infection

The aim of this project is to analyze the potential contribution of IGRA test QuantiFERON-TB Gold In Tube test (QTF-GIT, Cellestis Limited, Carnegie, Victoria, Australia) in the diagnosis of tuberculosis (TB - active or latent) in pediatric subjects (0 and 17 year)s recently exposed to infection (indicated as "contacts") or with clinical suspicion of active TB, and to compare the results obtained with those of the TuberculinSkin Test (TST; gold standard). The project is expecte...

Genomic Structural Variation in Cancer Susceptibility

This study will look for new types of gene changes that may be related to cancer in some patients. Some gene changes (mutations) are passed on from parents to offspring (child). Other gene changes are new and are seen for the first time in a child. They are not seen in the parent. Some of these gene changes may cause cancers in the offspring. We will look for gene changes by studying patients with cancer their parents and family members without cancer. In this study, we ...

Ultrasound Guided Quadratus Lumborum Block Versus Caudal Block in Pediatric Patient

The purpose of this research study is to find the best way to decrease pain in children whom have had low abdominal surgery. Investigators will perform two technique;Caudal block or Quadratus lumborum block .The method used is often chosen by which one the doctor has more experience using. The Investigator plans to find out if one of the methods is more effective and/or safer than the other method. The results of this study will help learn how to best control pain in children ...

Improving Quality and Consistency in Family Education Prior to First Discharge Following Pediatric Cancer Diagnosis

When a child is diagnosed with cancer the family's world is turned upside down. Parents have high levels of stress because they must learn important information about their child's diagnosis,medications and treatments. They must also learn how to care for their child once they have left the safety of the hospital. Parents have voiced that during this time they receive too much information, have paper overload, and hear and read different information causing them to feel confuse...

Introduction and Maintenance of Still Eating Protein Blends in Support of Infant Nutritional Goals

The purpose of the study is to test a food supplement to: - Show that the food supplement is well tolerated and safe to feed to infants; - Find out how often parents/caregivers feed their infants the food supplement; - Find out how parents/caregivers usually add the food supplement to infants' regular solid or liquid food; and - Learn what aspects of the food supplement are more or less attractive to infants and to parents/caregivers.

Improving Therapeutic Patient Education for Atopic Dermatitis: Evaluation of a Parent Handbook

The objective of this research is to evaluate the effectiveness of an educational handbook for parents of children with atopic dermatitis (AD) in improving clinical outcomes for pediatric patients with AD and their parents. The handbook was developed by an interdisciplinary team of healthcare providers to facilitate therapeutic patient education as a routine component of care for pediatric patients with atopic dermatitis (AD). Patient education is an important element of practi...

Postoperative Activity Restrictions in Children

This study will investigate the need for and length of postoperative activity restrictions in children following a laparoscopic appendectomy or inguinal hernia repair. Currently, no consensus exists and restrictions are based on doctors' experience and preference. Children and their parents/guardians will decide if they wish to participate in this study. Those who wish to participate and who are eligible to participate will decide which postoperative activity restrictions they ...

Mitomycin C Versus Bacillus Calmette-Guerin in the Intravesical Treatment of Non-Muscle-Invasive Bladder Cancer Patients

The purpose of this study is to compare the bladder cancer treatments, Mitomycin C (MMC) and Bacillus Calmette Guerin (BCG), to find out which is better. In this study, the patient will get either the Mitomycin C (MMC) or the Bacillus Calmette Guerin (BCG). They will not get both. The patient had a Transurethral Resection (TUR) to make the diagnosis of bladder cancer. A biopsy was done and removed any tumors the doctor saw. Even after the doctor removes the tumors, the ...

Intelligent Customer-driven Solution for Pediatric Surgery Care for Parents and Their Children Undergoing Circumcision

This study aims to (1) develop an intelligent customer-driven solution for pediatric surgery care for parents of children undergoing circumcision and their children; (2) examine the effectiveness of the intervention on outcomes of parents (self-efficacy in child care, perioperative knowledge, and satisfaction in perioperative care, need for information and anxiety) and children (preoperative anxiety and postoperative pain); and (3) explore users' (parents, children, health care...


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