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Long-term Usage of the Fitbit® Among Medical Residents

This is a one year follow up survey study after a Fitbit® challenge study to determine if wearing a Fitbit® motivates residents to increase their physical activity. This study seeks to determine if residents continue to use the Fitbit® after one year.


Inner Engineering Yoga Program on Short and Long Term Health Effects (ISHA-Impact): A Longitudinal Study

This study intends to include any participant who has registered and plans to attend the Inner Engineering In-Person Completion Course. This course was offered at two time periods (March and April 2019) in Los Angeles and Philadelphia, respectively. We are currently recruiting for the upcoming conferences in Toronto & Dallas (November 2019). We anticipate that this study can include up to 5,000 study participants. Participants would attend this course and complete the pre-modul...

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.

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.

Fitbit® Based Physical Activity Intervention After Total Knee Replacement (TKR)

The purpose of this study is to: 1. Determine whether the Physical Therapy (PT) & Fitbit® intervention should proceed to a full-scale clinical trial. This decision will be based on three hypotheses: Treatment promise (Hypothesis 1A): People in the PT & Fitbit® will walk 1250 more steps/day and spend 7 min/day more in moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) than the control at discharge and at 6 months, Safety (Hypothesis 1B): < 5% will have advers...

Internet-based Acceptance and Commitment Training for Elite Ice Hockey Players

The aim of this study is to investigate whether an internet-based psychological training program will enhance performance and affect mental health related factors in elite ice hockey players. The psychological training program is based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), a modern form of Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and is delivered over the internet (hence called "I-ACT"). Elite players in Sweden will be invited before the 2019/2020 season. I-ACT will start for enrolled...

Fitbit Pilot Study in Post-operative Lumbar Degenerative Spinal Stenosis Patients

Spinal stenosis is a common orthopedic spine condition that limits individuals ability to walk and stand because of nerve compression. Surgical treatment can alleviate leg pain and improve function such as increasing physical activity. This study will use Fitbit technology to monitor patient's post-operative physical activity. It will evaluate the efficacy of a Fitbit incentive based walking program on improving post-operative physical activity and rehabilitation.

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.

Fitbit for Postoperative Ambulation

This trial will investigate whether using reminder alarms with a wireless activity tracking device (Fitbit) will increase daily ambulation in individuals who have just had colorectal surgery.

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.

The HOPE Trial:Helping Our Patients Excel

This research study is evaluating a new smartphone application named the "Helping Our Patients Excel (HOPE)" app with Fitbit devices. The HOPE app was designed to learn about improving quality of life

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...

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.

Physical Activity in the Medical Workplace

Decreased physical activity is not only associated with multiple chronic medical conditions, including obesity, but also with depressed mood, and other negative emotions. As many employed adults spend a great deal of time at work where we are predominantly sedentary, strategies to increase physical activity at work are being pursued to help improve the physical and mental health of Americans. This 17 week randomized controlled trial will investigate changes of occupational phys...

A Survey of Financial Toxicity in Rural Cancer Patients

This project aims to elucidate the prevalence of financial toxicity, identify significant risk factors for toxicity, and understand the burdens of the specific St. Johnsbury rural population. These data will drive future, larger studies to investigate how to alleviate the burden of financial toxicity, especially in vulnerable patient populations.

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.

Impact of Fitbit Plus Weight Management Program on Physical Activity and Metabolic Disease in Obese Adolescents

This study is evaluating the feasibility and efficacy of using Fitbit Charge HR devices to remotely track the physical activity of obese pediatric patients who are concurrently enrolled in a comprehensive weight loss intervention program. Patients will receive Fitbit devices and will be called weekly to review their average daily steps and heart rates. Patients will receive the Fitbit either at the beginning of classes or upon completion of classes. Patients will then be foll...

Comparing Fitbit® Quality of Measured Sleep to Sleep Measured by Polysomnography in the Sleep Lab

This study is to evaluate a commercial tool on the market (Fitbit®) that also quantifies sleep. No one has studied how pediatric patients perform with it and how accurate it is in measuring their quality of sleep. This study will use the obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) questionnaire completed by parents and Fitbit® together and evaluate how they perform against the polysomnography (PSG).

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.

Comparing Differing Financial Incentive Structures for Increasing Antidepressant Adherence Among Adults

The investigators will test using financial incentives by leveraging decision-making biases to improve adherence to antidepressants among adults newly prescribed antidepressants. This study will compare the effects of usual care, increasing financial incentives, and decreasing financial incentives on daily antidepressant medication adherence and depression symptom control of non-elderly adults with Major Depressive Disorder.

Phase 1-2a Study of EBNA1 Inhibitor, VK-2019, in Patients With Epstein-Barr Virus-positive Nasopharyngeal Cancer

This study is a First-In-Human clinical trial to assess the safety and preliminary efficacy of VK-2019, an orally administered EBNA1 inhibitor, for the treatment of patients with advanced nasopharyngeal carcinoma.

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...

Fitbit and Social Support in Knee Replacement Patients & Buddies

Patients undergoing TKA typically report improved health-related quality of life, increased physical function, and reduced pain. Despite these improvements, physical activity levels remain unchanged, or only minimally increase from pre-operative levels, yet do not reach the same level of activity observed among healthy populations. TKA patients often expect their activity levels and function to improve following surgery, but the majority of patients' activity levels 5 years pos...


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