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17:32 EST 24th November 2017 | BioPortfolio

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The Impact of Family Financial Support on Parental Mental Health

We have partnered with financial coaching organizations to establish what we have termed a "Medical-Financial Partnership (MFP)" that offers financial coaching to improve financial and mental health. We will evaluate the MFP's impact on mental health using the Kessler-6 emotional distress scale.


The Impact of Family Financial Support on Cognition

We have partnered with financial coaching organizations to establish what we have termed a "Medical-Financial Partnership (MFP)" that offers financial coaching to improve financial and mental health. We will evaluate the MFP's impact on cognition using the PROMIS Cognition Short form 8a.

A Study Investigating the Effects of Niagen™ in Healthy Adults.

This study will evaluate the effect of repeated doses of Niagen™ on Niagen™ metabolite concentrations in blood, urine and muscle. There will be 3 doses of Niagen™ compared to a placebo. One quarter of subjects will receive the low dose of Niagen™, one quarter will receive the moderate dose of Niagen™, one quarter will receive the higher dose of Niagen™ and one quarter will reveive the placebo.


The Impact of Family Financial Support on Parental Stress

We have partnered with financial coaching organizations to establish what we have termed a "Medical-Financial Partnership (MFP)" that offers financial coaching to improve financial and mental health. We will evaluate the MFP's impact on family economic strain and parental stress.

The Impact of Family Financial Support on Child Health

The investigators have partnered with financial coaching organizations to establish what the investigators have termed a "Medical-Financial Partnership (MFP)" that offers financial coaching to improve financial and mental health.The investigators will evaluate the MFP's impact on child overall health rating.

The Impact of Family Financial Support on Health Related Quality of Life

We have partnered with financial coaching organizations to establish what we have termed a "Medical-Financial Partnership (MFP)" that offers financial coaching to improve financial and mental health. We will evaluate the MFP's impact on health related quality of life using the PROMIS-10 Global Short Form.

Financial Incentives to Translate ALLHAT Into Practice: A Randomized Trial

The purpose of this study is to determine whether financial incentives for guideline-recommended treatment of hypertension are effective. We hypothesize that patients with hypertension cared for by physicians or physician groups receiving financial incentives will be more likely to be prescribed guideline-recommended anti-hypertensive medications and achieve JNC-7 guideline-recommended blood pressure goals compared to patients who are treated by providers that do not receive an...

Dyadic Coping in Breast and Prostate Cancer Patients and Their Spouses

The purpose of this study is to focus on dyadic coping as one of the main factors that enhance resilience in adjustment to cancer, while also assessing other protective factors for coping with traumatic events. Specifically, the study aims are: 1. To assess the level of post traumatic distress, functional impairment and depression among breast and prostate cancer patients and their spouses. 2. To assess resiliency factors such as flexibility, self efficacy and...

Financial Incentives to Increase Pediatric HIV Testing

The purpose of this study is to determine whether giving small financial incentives will motivate parents to test their children for HIV.

Enhancing Physical Activity and Weight Reduction Through Smartcare and Financial Incentives

The investigators are planning to conduct a pilot RCT of young obese population to evaluate the effect of smartcare with or without financial incentives for 12 weeks. Participants will be randomly assigned to a three-arm of control, smartcare, and smartcare plus financial incentives group.

Southern California Nutrition Incentive Program

The specific aims of this proposal are to implement SCNIP in 6 Northgate Gonzalez Markets across San Diego, Orange and LA counties (2 in each county), and determine which level of financial incentive rebate (specifically, $10/month, $20/month, or $40/month) optimally increases the purchase and consumption of SNAP eligible fruits and vegetables.

Analgesic Potentials of Preoperative Pregabalin,Magnesium Sulphate and Their Combination in Acute Post-thoracotomy Pain

This study evaluates the effect of giving preoperative adjuvant drug as pregabalin or magnesium sulphate or a combination of both drugs to decrease postoperative morphine consumption and pain intensity in the first 24 hours in postoperative period . quarter of patients receive single dose oral pregabalin 300mg 1 hour preoperatively ,other quarter receive single intravenous Magnesium sulphate 50mg per Kg over 200ml saline over 20 minutes preoperatively , other quarter receive co...

The Weigh Forward, Financial Incentives for Maintenance of Weight Loss

This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of financial incentives in improving and maintaining weight loss.

Consumer Engagement to Increase Advance Care Planning

The specific aims of the project are: 1) to test the effectiveness of consumer-directed financial incentives paired with provider-directed financial incentives, compared to provider-directed financial incentives alone, for increasing advance care planning (ACP) among Medicaid beneficiaries; and 2) to assess perceptions regarding the appropriateness of consumer-directed financial incentives for ACP among study participants. The investigators hypothesize that consumer-directed fi...

Developing a Dyadic Intervention for Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI)/HIV Prevention in Youth

This pilot project will evaluate the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary effectiveness of a couples-based behavioral intervention [COUPLES] that augments individual evidence-based interventions with joint health education counseling for STI-affected AYA dyads within a primary care setting.

Effects of Individual, Dyadic, and Collaborative Plans on Physical Activity in Parent-Child Dyads

AIMS: The project aims at investigating of the effects of three types of planning (individual planning, collaborative planning, and dyadic planning) on physical activity.The influence of three planning interventions are compared with an active control condition, including physical activity education. PARTICIPANTS: The effects of the interventions are evaluated among parent-child (aged 10-14) dyads, with a minimum of 50 dyads enrolled into the each arm of the trial (a total of ...

Financial vs. Non-Financial Rewards for Weight Loss and Weight Maintenance

Three of every four Veterans are overweight or obese, and weight loss is associated with reduced morbidity and mortality. The VA MOVE! program for weight loss is moderately effective but only reaches a small percentage of overweight Veterans. This proposed study will test whether a patient incentive program that gives Veterans non-financial incentives, such as Seattle Mariners baseball tickets, for losing one pound per week over 16 weeks is effective. An effective patient-incen...

Integrating Financial Management Counseling and Smoking Cessation Counseling to Reduce Health and Economic Disparities in Low-Income Immigrants

This is a 24 month pilot project that will implement and evaluate an innovative program that integrates financial counseling with smoking cessation counseling for low-income immigrants.

The Financial Impact of Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplantation on Patient and Family

The purpose of this pilot study is to determine the feasibility of conducting a study of out-of-pocket costs and the long-term financial impact of allogeneic stem cell transplant.

Financial Incentive for Smoking Cessation in Pregnancy

Maternal smoking during pregnancy (MSDP) increases the risk of adverse pregnancy and birth outcomes and may have long-lasting effects in the offspring.Financial incentives may increase smoking abstinence rate in pregnancy and therefore reduce MSDP related negative health effects. This is a randomized open label study comparing financial incentives for smoking abstinence with no financial incentives for smoking abstinence.Research objectives 1. To test the efficacy of financi...

Effects of Individual, Dyadic, and Collaborative Plans on Physical Activity in Partner-Partner Dyads

OBJECTIVE: The project aims at investigating of the effects of three types of planning (individual planning, collaborative planning, and dyadic planning) on physical activity among dyads.The influence of three planning interventions are compared with an active control condition, including physical activity education. PARTICIPANTS: The effects of the interventions are evaluated among dyads of two adults (partner-partner dyads). Adults forming dyads (e.g. two romantic partners, ...

Financial Incentives for Weight Reduction Study

Financial incentives for motivating changes in health behavior, particularly for weight loss in obese individuals, are increasingly being tested by health insurers, employers, and government agencies. However, a key unanswered question regarding weight loss is how to structure these incentive programs to maximize their effectiveness, acceptability to patients, and economic sustainability. Focusing on obese patients living in neighborhoods with a high concentration of low socioe...

Financial Distress in Patients With Advanced Cancer

Advanced cancer has an adverse effect in virtually all dimensions of patients' lives (physical, psychosocial, spiritual, familial, role function). One of the less frequently explored effects of cancer is its impact on personal finances and the contribution of financial-related distress to overall suffering and quality of life. Financial issues have been recently found to be the second most frequent source of distress identified by cancer patients in a community cancer center co...

Heartstrong Pilot Program

This is a 6-month pilot study intended to test the effect of financial incentives on improving medication adherence in AMI patients; to test the effect on adherence of removing financial incentives; and to test the effect on the enrollment rate of modifying recruitment procedures.

Testing a Positive Psychology-based Intervention for Couples Coping With Stroke

This study aims to pilot test an 8-week, self-administered dyadic (couples-based) positive psychology intervention for couples coping with stroke using a randomized, waitlist control design. Mood and well-being will be assessed pre- and post-intervention, and at 3-month follow-up. It is expected that both partners will demonstrate improvement in mood and well-being.


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