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Plan and Pledge, HIV Self-testing in South Africa

The Plan and Pledge pilot will incorporate behavioral economics approaches (nudges) into the pre-existing STAR self-test fixed-site distribution program, implemented by Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute (Wits RHI) at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. The objective of this pilot is to examine the use of commitment strategies to increase uptake of HIV self-testing in South Africa.


Meals-for-Moms: Experimental Grocery Store Study

This is a study about how the price of foods affects food buying choices at the grocery store. The price of foods can have a big impact on what people choose to buy and prices change over time. This study is being done to see how changes in food prices affect what mothers choose for their families.

Food-for-Families: Experimental Grocery Store Study

This is a study about how the price of foods affects buying choices at the grocery store. The price of foods can have a big impact on what people choose to buy and prices change over time. This study is being done to see how changes in food prices affect what mothers choose for their families.


Shop For Success: Experimental Grocery Store Study

The purpose of this research is to study how the price of foods affects food buying choices at the grocery store. The researchers are interested in this topic because the price of foods can have a big impact on what people choose to buy and prices change over time. The researchers are doing this study to see how changes in food prices affect what foods mothers choose for their families.

Eliminating Hepatitis C Virus

Initially, HCV Informatics (C-IT) will be used to filter the EMR data of the one million people who receive care at Mount Sinai and identify candidates for HCV testing (baby boomers, patients with HIV infection) and candidates for HCV treatment (patients with positive test results for HCV RNA and no record of treatment).once treatment candidates have been identified through this proactive approach, their providers will be directly notified. HCV champions and patient navigators ...

Motivational Incentives for Enhanced Drug Abuse Recovery: Drug Free Clinics - 1

The purpose of this study is to test the utilization of incentive values (considerably lower than those typically used in research clinics) to motivate clients to attend treatment and initiate and sustain abstinence.

P3 Ghana Cookstove Study

Background: Despite their potential health and social benefits, adoption and use of improved cookstoves has been low throughout much of the world. Explanations for low adoption rates of these technologies include prices that are not affordable for the target populations, limited opportunities for households to learn about cookstoves through peers, and perceptions that these technologies are not appropriate for local cooking needs. The P3 project employs a novel experimen...

Effect of Inpatient Pulmonary Rehabilitation on Frailty in Candidates for Lung-Transplantation

Frailty in lung transplant candidates increases the risk of delisting and adverse transplantation outcome [1]. Furthermore, preoperative frailty is associated with a higher one-year-mortality rate after transplantation in frail compared to non-frail candidates. Mortality increases with severity of frailty [2,3]. Decreasing the frailty-status of a LTx-candidate is therefore an approach to improve the pre- and also posttransplant situation. There is some evidence that frailty in...

Sit-to-stand Trainer in Patients After Lower Limb Amputation

The study will include rehabilitation inpatients after unilateral lower limb amputation who are candidates for walking with a prosthesis. Those in the experimental group will receive training using a sit-to-stand trainer device in addition to standard training of standing-up with the help of a physiotherapist. Those in the control group will only receive the standard training. The effects of the rehabilitation programme will be assessed using the 30-Second Chair Stand Test befo...

Risk Factors for Potential Drug -Drug Interactions: Study in Surgical Intensive Care Unit -Zagazig University Hospitals.

Drug drug interactions is frequent in critically ill patients due to polypharmacy, different drug groups and prolonged ICU or hospital stay

Community-led Responses for Elimination: Controlled Trial of Reactive Case Detection Versus Reactive Drug Administration

This study is designed to compare the effectiveness of reactive focal drug administration (RFDA) using dihydroartemisinin+piperaquine (DHAP) versus reactive focal test and treat (RFTAT) using artemether+lumefantrine (AL) as a routine process for identifying and eliminating malaria transmission as measured through achieving zero seropositivity in children under five in Southern Province, Zambia. These two strategies are potential candidates for expanded malaria operational surve...

Joint Status in Subjects With Severe Hemophilia A in Relation to Different Treatment Regimens

The joint status (knees, ankles) of patients suffering from severe Hemophilia A (too little blood clotting factor VIII in blood) is evaluated in a single magnetic resonance imaging session. No study medication is given.

Cellular Effect of Cholesterol-Lowering Prior to Prostate Removal

There is evidence in human studies as well as animal studies that treatments to lower cholesterol can reduce the risk of dying from prostate cancer.To decide if cholesterol-lowering therapy can slow the growth of prostate cancer, the investigators would like to lower cholesterol prior to surgery and then measure the growth of prostate cancers cells when the prostate has been removed. The investigators will use the combination of two drugs that is approved by the U.S. Food and D...

Behavioral Economic Methods for Assessing Tobacco Product Abuse Liability: Study 7

Participants will be given the opportunity to purchase ventilated, unventilated, and alternative nicotine products at different prices using an account balance based on their typical, daily nicotine product purchasing. Additionally, account balances will differ across trials.

A Placebo Controlled Study of MR901 for the Relief of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms Due to Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

This study investigates the safety and efficacy of a photosensitive drug (talaporfin sodium) activated by an intraurethrally placed drug-activating device. Two different light doses will be tested against placebo groups in this 4-arm study.

Intra-patient Study With Polymer Free Drug Eluting Stent Versus Abluminal Biodegradable Polymer Drug Eluting Stent With Early OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography) Follow up

The objective of the study is to evaluate the process of early re-endothelialization of the Coroflex® ISAR Drug-eluting stent compared with the Ultimaster® Drug-eluting stent

A Study to See If Taking One or Two Extra Drugs Can Lower HIV Levels in Patients Who Have Failed Their Anti-HIV Drug Treatment

The purpose of this study is to see if adding 1 or 2 drugs to the anti-HIV therapy of patients whose HIV levels increased while taking their anti-HIV drugs can lower viral load (amount of HIV in the blood) and keep it low up to Week 24. (This study has been changed. Previously, only patients whose levels increased on their first round of anti-HIV drugs were being studied.) Anti-HIV drug treatments that contain a combination of 3 or more drugs can lower HIV levels, raise CD4 cel...

Phase 2 Randomized Study to Compare Ultrasonic Drug Delivery to Standard of Care for the Treatment of Infections in Non-Healing Wounds

This is a randomized study to compare the safety and efficacy of a single dose of up to 2 grams of cefazolin administered using a new drug delivery method called Ultrasonic Drug Delivery (UDD), combined with standard of care (SOC) antibiotic therapy, oral or IV, compared to standard of care (SOC) antibiotic therapy alone, in treating chronic wounds with skin and soft tissue infection, containing gram-positive pathogens, in lower extremities.

Physical Inactivity in Candidates of HSCT

Decreased number of steps and poorer quality of life are prevalently observed among candidates of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT). However, impairments in other aspects of physical activity measurement including energy expenditure, physical activity duration, metabolic equivalents of daily task (METs) and lying down duration are still unknown in candidates based on comparison with healthy individuals, which was therefore aimed to investigate in current study.

Phase II Study of Vandetanib in Individuals With Kidney Cancer

This study will examine the effectiveness of an investigational drug called ZD6474 (also known as vandetanib or ZACTIMA). Vandetanib is an experimental drug that is designed to prevent the growth and development of new blood vessels on tumors and to prevent the direct growth of cancer cells. It has been tested in a number of clinical trials on adults with cancer, but the United States (U.S.) Food and Drug Administration has not specifically approved it as a cancer treatment. Th...

Innovative Approaches to Increase F&V Intake Thru Worksites

The purpose of this project is to study the efficacy of a delivery system to offer fresh fruits and vegetables (F&V) at discount prices for purchase at worksites in conjunction with educational interventions on increasing employees' F&V consumption in comparison to an intervention receiving fruit and vegetable markets alone or a comparison intervention.

Physical Functions in Allogeneic-HSCT Candidates

Physical inactivity and impairments in physical functions have been observed in patients due to hematological malignancy itself and treatments of chemotherapy, radiotherapy, corticosteroids. However, no study investigated relationship of physical activity with pulmonary and physical functions in allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) candidates. Therefore, investigation of the relationship among outcomes in allogeneic HSCT candidates was aimed.

DDI Effectiveness and Clinical Awareness

The DECART study will determine if primary care physicians, including internists and family physicians, are able to identify and address drug-drug interactions among simulated patients and whether those physicians, when given access to Aegis Drug-Drug Interaction test results, improve patient management, take steps to reduce DDI risk, and optimize unnecessary resource utilization.

Basel Stent Kosten Effektivitäts Trial Drug Eluting Balloons vs. Drug Eluting Stents in Small Vessel Interventions

The investigators hypothesize that in a real-world population undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) for de-novo stenoses in small native vessels with a diameter

A Dose Escalation Study of a Combination Antihypertensive Drug in the Treatment of Various Groups of Patients Who do Not Respond to Single Drug Treatment of Their High Blood Pressure

The initial 12 week portion of this 20 week study will examine the ability of a combination of olmesartan medoxomil and amlodipine to lower the blood pressure of patients with high blood pressure who have not had sufficient blood pressure reduction using one anti-hypertension drug (monotherapy). The final 8 weeks of this 20 week study will examine the ability of a combination of olmesartan medoxomil, amlodipine and hydrochlorothiazide to lower blood pressure in the same patien...


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