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Contingency Management Treatment Duration

310 alcohol abusing or dependent patients beginning intensive outpatient day treatment at community-based clinics will be randomly assigned to one of four conditions: (a) standard treatment as usual (ST) at the clinic without contingency management (CM); (b) standard treatment with contingency management for 12 weeks with a 0.5 probability of winning prizes for each negative sample submitted; (c) standard treatment with contingency management for 24 weeks with a 0.34 probabilit...


A Photoaging Mobile App Promoting Poster Campaign for Preventing Smoking in Secondary Schools

The purpose of this study is to determine whether photoaging mobile app promoting poster campaigns are effective to reduce smoking prevalence among adolescents in Germany. This is measured via questionnaire.

Healthy Weight Poster, Multi-site Study

This is a multi-site, cross-sectional study of 3-8 year old children and their parents presenting for a well-child check. The investigators are assessing whether a novel, educational, exam room poster can effectively prompt parents to ask their pediatricians about their children's weight status and improve parents' perceptions of their children's weight status.


Parent/Caregiver Conference Attendance Feasibility

This study will assess and evaluate conference attendance feasibility and will gather feedback about preferences and barriers to attendance at the American Society for Nutrition annual conference.

Health Education for Physiotherapy in Soccer Players

INTRODUCTION. Health education based on interventions with new information and communication technologies. OBJECTIVE. To compare the effectiveness of an educational physiotherapy intervention in footballers, in face-to-face mode (conference) versus an intervention mediated by ICT, on the risk of medical injury with the Functional Movement Screen [FMS]. MATERIAL AND METHODS. A randomized clinical trial (RCT) was carried out. The population consisted of 100 participants d...

Testing the Impact of Two Posters on Contraceptive Knowledge, Contraceptive Preferences, and Perceived Pregnancy Risk

This study tests two posters that teach people about contraception: one designed by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and one designed by the researchers. The investigators hypothesize that the new poster will have more increased (1) contraceptive knowledge, (2) willingness to use effective contraception, and (3) perceived pregnancy risk than the CDC poster. This study will expand useful knowledge because contraceptive knowledge, willingness to use effective contraception,...

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...

Brief Tobacco Cessation Intervention

Traditional smoking cessation clinics and telephone quitlines are expensive and 'passive' as they require motivated smokers to visit the clinic or make a phone call to seek help. However, in most middle-resource countries, smoking cessation clinics are not well publicized. Most health care professionals (HCP) are not active in performing smoking cessation counselling to their patients. They are not aware of the available smoking cessation services or the benefits of such servic...

E-alcohol Therapy - an Evaluation of Alcohol Therapy Delivered Via Video Conference

The study evaluates whether the introduction of e-alcohol therapy (alcohol therapy delivered via video conference) can break with some of the barriers related to alcohol treatment and thereby appeal to people with a problematic alcohol use (Alcohol Use Disorder Test score ≥ 8). The study aims to evaluate the effect of e-alcohol therapy on initiation, treatment compliance and alcohol intake as compared to treatment as usual .

HIV-1 Specific Immune Responses in Thai Individuals With HIV Dementia

A total of 60 participants will be enrolled. They will be in 3 groups 1. ARV-naïve, HIV-positive ≥ 20 year of age with HAD (n=20) who intend to start ARV 2. ARV-naïve, HIV-positive ≥ 20 year of age without HAD (n=20), who intend to start ARV 3. HIV-negative ≥ 20 year of age (n=20). The protocol team will work with the primary care physician to ensure that the subjects receive standard HIV and ARV care; however, initiation of ARV is not a requirement ...

Hip Abductor Strengths, Limping and Trochanteric Tenderness After Hip Arthroplasty Due to Femoral Neck Fracture

A prospective cohort study to compare the direct lateral and poster-lateral approach concerning abductor function. Patients admitted with a femoral neck fracture operated with either a total or a hemiarthroplasty through a direct lateral or a poster-lateral approach were screened for inclusion. Patients with altered mental status SPMSQ >7, pathological fractures, non-walkers were excluded. Those who fulfilled the inclusion criteria and non of the exclusion criteria were follow...

Promoting Smoking Cessation in the Community Via "Quit to Win" Contest 2017

The present study will examine (1) the effectiveness of regular messages and semi-personalized instant messaging with AWARD brief advice and active referral to smoking cessation (SC) services and (2) explore the use of CBPR model to build capacity and to engage community partners in taking on this important public health issue for sustainability in the community. In addition, a process evaluation will be conducted to assess the effectiveness of the recruitment activity and how ...

Building Capacity and Promoting Smoking Cessation in the Community Via "Quit to Win" Contest 2018

The present study will examine (1) the effectiveness of a combined intervention of face-to-face brief cessation advice (AWARD), active referral of SC service plus financial incentive on encouraging SC services use and (2) explore the use of CBPR model to build capacity and to engage community partners in taking on this important public health issue for sustainability in the community. In addition, a process evaluation will be conducted to assess the effectiveness of the recruit...

Brief Tobacco Cessation Counselling: Mini Train-the-trainers Program

Physicians play a critical role in reducing tobacco use by advising smoking patients to quit. After receiving such advice to quit smoking, patients were more likely to report trying to quit, quitting for at least 24 hours, making more quit attempts, and having more successful quitting outcomes compared with those who received no such advice. On the other hand, most physicians are not performing smoking cessation counselling, and miss the opportunities to advise patients to quit...

Quality of Preanesthesia Teleconsultation : a Randomized Controlled Trial.

Since the publication of the law " Hôpital, Patients, Santé, Territoire " of 2009 in France, the development of telemedicine is a public health issue. It is also a government priority registered in the government investment plan of 2017-2018. The quality of preanesthesia teleconsultation at home, through video-conference, has never been tested in practice.The aim of this study is to evaluate the quality of preanesthesia teleconsultations through video-conference, compared wi...

Varenicline In-Patient Study

This Investigator Initiated Research Award (IIR Award #WS981308) is a two-part pilot study that aims to examine acceptability and feasibility of varenicline use during an acute (72-hr) smoke-free hospitalization (Part 1) and 4-weeks post-hospitalization (Part 2). The sample, 40 women and 40 men, will be hospitalized patients smoking at least 10 cigarettes/day prior to hospitalization. Intention to quit smoking will not be required for study participation. Using a double-blinded...

Randomized Controlled Study to Incentivize Doctors for Appropriate Use of Medical Care in NL

Choosing Wisely Canada is a campaign for promoting appropriate use of medical services to reduce unnecessary prescribing and unnecessary diagnostic tests. Its success depends on physicians' uptake of the campaign's recommendations on appropriate use of health care. This study will conduct a cluster-randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effects of two low-cost incentives for physicians to promote their uptake of Choosing Wisely recommendations in Newfoundland and Labrador ...

Adherence Connection for Counseling, Education, and Support

This Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award - (K23) seeks to provide the advanced knowledge, skills, and experience for the candidate's career transition to an independent nurse scientist. Her long term goal is to become a leading nurse scientist in designing, implementing, and evaluating technology supported behavioral interventions targeted for improved disease self-management (i.e. medication adherence, retention in care) among human immunodeficiency vir...

The Effectiveness of Waiting Room Posters for Stroke Education

The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of posters in improving patient awareness and knowledge of the signs and symptoms of stroke. The control group study will be conducted in the first two weeks. Subsequently, the intervention arm will occur in the subsequent two weeks.

Recording and Modulation of Neuronal Mechanisms During Operant Conditioning: a MEG Study

Background: - Most of the time, humans make decisions according to their consequences, especially if they will be beneficial, and will avoid or try to avoid doing an action if it has a bad outcome. The way that the brain prepares a movement has been studied in detail, but the way the brain makes decisions before carrying out an action is still poorly understood. Researchers are interested in learning more about the decision-making process and how it affects the brain. ...

Mentored Clinical Career Award in Adolescent Substance Abuse

The goal of this project is to determine the barriers to, and risks and benefits of random laboratory drug testing for adolescents with identified drug or alcohol problems.

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UNDISTORT Correction of Distortions in Diffusion MRI V1.0

This is a three-year project funded by a Cancer Research UK Multidisciplinary Award and brings together a team from UCL Division of Medicine, Computer Science and University College London Hospital. The aim is to develop Magnetic Resonance (MR) sequences and mathematical algorithms to reduce the distortions in MR images, especially of the prostate.

Remote Delivery of Weight Management for Adults With IDD

The purpose of this study is to compare different weight loss programs in people with IDD to see which program works better.

Does Implant Design Improve Postoperative Flexion?

This study will evaluate whether design features of one implant design allows more knee bend than the other. Patients will have 1 design in the left knee and 1 design in their right knee. Both knee surgeries will be on the same day.

Cognitive-behavioral Intervention Via a Smartphone App for Depressive Symptoms in Caregivers

Major depression is a common disorder among non-professional caregivers, and it can be disabling and costly. Although there are effective psychological interventions to prevent depression, most of them involve in-person treatment. New technologies have the potential to overcome the barriers this format presents, which limit accessibility to such interventions. The main objective of this project is to evaluate the effectiveness of a cognitive-behavioral intervention in the preve...


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