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11:48 EDT 19th July 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Care Ecosystem: Navigating Patients and Families Through Stages of Care

This is a 3 year clinical trial evaluating the benefits of a program that supports model care for patients with dementia and their family caregivers. Subjects will be recruited from several sites in San Francisco. Subjects determined to be eligible will be consented and randomized into one of two groups. Two thirds of patients will be enrolled into Navigated Care that provides them with assistance in meeting important benchmarks in their care, for example completion of legal...


Locally Prepared Supplement to Support Growth and Brain Health

This study is a randomized controlled trial with a main goal to assess the effects of a locally-prepared food for prevention of malnutrition and stunting, in comparison with standard village practices and also a widely available aid food supplement in 8-12 villages in Guinea-Bissau. The supplement intervention will be for 24-30 weeks. The primary outcome will be cognitive tests of executive function. Secondary outcomes will be changes in standard anthropometric benchmarks of gr...

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Pilot Study on a Locally Prepared Food Supplement to Support Growth and Brain Health

This study is a randomized controlled pilot for a future larger trial. The goals of this pilot are: a) to assess feasibility of delivering a locally prepared supplement in rural communities, and b) to generate pilot data for sample size estimates needed for a larger trial. The study will test the effect of a supplement prepared locally with local and imported ingredients on changes in standard anthropometric benchmarks of growth, cognition, immune function, hemoglobin and skin ...


Merging Yoga and Self-Management to Develop Skills

Aim 1: Develop and manualize the MY-Skills intervention. Using focus groups, clinical reasoning, literature, and findings from previously tested interventions of yoga and self-management, the researchers will develop, refine, and standardize the MY-Skills intervention for chronic pain. In parallel, the researchers will develop a control group that includes exercise and health and wellness education. The expected outcomes include MY-Skills intervention workbooks for participants...

Management of Glaucoma w/ SLT or Trabecular Stent Bypass Microsurgery Using the Diopsys VEP/PERG Protocols

The purpose of this study is to establish electrophysiological benchmarks, using the Diopsys Visual Evoked Potential/ Pattern Electroretinogram (VEP/PERG) protocols of populations with Glaucoma before and after either Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT) or Trabecular Stent Bypass Microsurgery.

Comparison of Ways to Prepare Patients for Decisions About Joint Replacement Surgery

Ministries of Health consider wait lists for total joint replacement a top priority. Research priorities to manage wait lists indicate the need to establish benchmarks that consider patient preferences. However, patients' preferences for hip or knee replacements are strongly associated with their misperceptions of the indicators for, and the risks and benefits of, these procedures. These misperceptions can be corrected with the use of patient decision aids. When decision aids a...

Improving Quality of Care in Child Mental Health Service Settings

We recently completed an NIMH R34 in which we piloted a patient- and provider-informed tablet-based toolkit designed to facilitate delivery of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) - a treatment that was selected because it addresses a wide range of symptoms using techniques shared by other treatments for emotional and behavioral disorders. The tablet-based toolkit consists of numerous components (e.g., videos, interactive games, drawing applications) that are de...

Health Literacy in the General Population in Belgium

The aims of the study are: - To measure health literacy (HL) levels in a sample composed of members of a health mutual (Solidaris), and its potential associations with several determinants (health, health services consumption, health behaviours...) - To identify potential groups at risk of a lower HL - To identify the determinants of HL level

A Feasibility Study to Test if Adding Patient Decision Aids to Screening for Eligibility for Surgery Decreases Unnecessary Referrals for Total Joint Replacement

Ministries of Health consider wait lists for total joint replacement a top priority. Research priorities to manage wait lists indicate the need to establish benchmarks that consider patient preferences. However, patients' preferences for hip or knee replacements are strongly associated with their misperceptions of the indicators for, and the risks and benefits of, these procedures. These misperceptions can be corrected with the use of patient decision aids. When decision aids a...

Trial Embedded in an Electronic Personal Medical Health Records

This is a research study to determine if a personal health record, called myHERO, will help improve health. A personal health record is a secure internet (also called online) tool that contains personal health information like medications, diagnosed conditions, allergies and laboratory values (like CD4 cells and viral load). This study will also help explain if a personal health record influences the relationship with a doctor or nurse practitioner and their patients. The purpo...

Oral Health Literacy Tailored Communication

The purpose of this study to investigate attitude, oral health literacy and psychological factors in order to evaluate if these factors are important for oral health in adults. The hypotheses are: - Multiple interactive demographic, and social and psychological factors contribute to the level of attitude and oral health literacy. - There is an association between the level of oral health literacy and oral health status - A structured intervent...

Infant Mental Health-Home Visiting Randomized Controlled Trial

The primary objective is to rigorously evaluate the effectiveness of the Infant Mental Health Home Visiting (IMH-HV) model on maternal and child outcomes according to legislative standards via a randomized controlled trial. The research team will recruit caregivers and their children (0-24 months) or pregnant women (n=72) from locations across Washtenaw County to participate in the IMH-HV RCT. Half of the women will be randomly assigned to a treatment as usual (TAU) control gro...

Defining Benchmarks in Bariatric Surgery

Aim: To define benchmark outcomes in minimally-invasive primary bariatric surgery. Design: Multicenter retrospective cohort study. Assessed outcomes: Morbidity as defined by the Clavien-Dindo classification for surgical complications, the Comprehensive Complication Index® (CCI®) at discharge, at 3 months and at latest follow-up. Evolution of body mass index (BMI) will be also analyzed. Hospital eligibility: High volume centers (> 200 bariatric operations per year) from at ...

Medical Self-Management for Improving Health Behavior Among Individuals in Community Mental Health Settings

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of a medical illness self-management program in improving the health and health behavior of people who are receiving care at a community mental health center.

Randomised Trial of Health Coaching in Secondary Prevention of Diabetes and Heart Disease

A randomised trial with individual patients as units of observation will be carried out. Health coaching is used to modify health behaviour and thus improve disease control and health status, as well as use of health care services. A personal health coach is assigned to each patient and they are in weekly contact through telephone. The intervention lasts for 12 months. No intervention is offered to the patients in the control arm.

Using Tailored Emails to Motivate Healthy Behavior Among Employees

The purpose of this research is to evaluate the efficacy of a multi-component email health promotion program on employee adoption of health promoting behaviors and secondarily on health status, work productivity and health care costs.

Nurses' Foot Health and Work Well-being

This study supports and promotes work well-being of nursing personnel from the perspective of foot health in health care organizations. Half of the participants will receive an electronic foot health education program to improve their foot self-care knowledge, while the other will receive anything. The outcomes of this project include recommendations and tested educational program to occupational health care for improving foot health of nurses.

Childhood Asthma Program in NYC Health Department Clinics

To demonstrate that the New York City Department of Health Child Health Clinics could improve the health status of Black and Hispanic children with asthma by providing them with a comprehensive system of continuity of care that included pharmacologic treatment, family health education and community outreach.

Training Program and Mobile Health Message on Promoting Family Holistic Health

In this study, the investigators would use the training workshops as a capacity build method to deliver the holistic health knowledge for the trainers and ambassadors implementing and assisting the community-based programs for the public. The investigators hypothesize that the training workshops and mobile health messages would promote the health awareness and the health of the participants. The investigators would expect the participants influence the health behavior and attit...

ACTIVATE: Standard Worksite Health Program vs. Activated Consumer

A 3-year, randomized, controlled trial comparing a traditional worksite health promotion program and an activated consumer program on health practices, health status and patient activation measures.

Trial of Health at Work Workplace Health Intervention

This pilot study will compare workplace health intervention delivered by advisors based in GP practices with normal GP care to assess the usefulness of the concept and its potential for wider use in a larger randomised controlled trial.

Coordinated Oral Health Promotion (CO-OP) Chicago

This study assesses the impact of oral health promotion delivered by community health workers in medical clinics, Women, Infants and Children (WIC) centers, and family homes. Investigators will assess oral health behaviors in children aged 0 to 3.

Anesthesia Quality Institute National Anesthesia Clinical Outcomes Registry

The Anesthesia Quality Institute (AQI) is home to the National Anesthesia Clinical Outcomes Registry (NACOR), a data warehouse that has been designated as a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) reporting. With 20 million cases and growing, Anesthesia Quality Institute's clinical data provides an evidence-based rational that informs treatment choices and helps control treatm...

My Health eSnapshot - A Preconception Health Research Study

The purpose of the research is to identify the prevalence of preconception health (PCH) risk factors in the Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph (WDG) catchment area and to determine whether or not a client-driven electronic preconception health risk assessment tool "My Health eSnapshot", for use during healthcare visits, will increase preconception health knowledge and behaviour change among women of reproductive age (15-49 years).

Hans Kai: Impact of a Peer Lead Community Health Program on Behavior Change, Mental Health, Health Efficacy and Social Support Comparative Control Study

To study the difference between participants interested in a lifestyle change when enrolled in Hans Kai or not when comparing behaviour change, social support, self health efficacy and mental health. Hans Kai is a community based, peer led program that is low cost and self sustaining, which places participants through a 9 week health school to learn skills related to improving health such as nutrition, exercise, sleep, stress management etc. Once completed, participants form a ...


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