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The Police-Mental Health Linkage System

The aim of this randomized, controlled trial is to study the effectiveness of a potential new form of pre-arrest jail diversion for people with serious mental illnesses: the Police-Mental Health Linkage System. In the case of an encounter with a police officer, for half of the participants, during the background check, a message will notify the officer that the subject has mental health considerations. The notice contains a phone number of a provider working at the mental healt...

Adapting Daily Activity Performance Through Strategy Training

Individuals with cognitive impairments after stroke sustain significant disability in their daily tasks, and account for a significant proportion of stroke-related healthcare costs. The proposed study examines a novel intervention, strategy training, that shows promise for helping individuals with stroke-related cognitive impairments reduce disability in daily tasks, which may lead to reductions in healthcare costs. We predict that strategy training will result in significantly...

High Blood Pressure Strategy (HBPS)

This program developed by the HSFO aims at helping people of Ontario and their primary healthcare providers better diagnose, manage and control high blood pressure. The High Blood Pressure Strategy brings together healthcare providers and patients to improve the way in which family doctors, nurse practitioners and pharmacists work together and with patients towards improved control of high blood pressure through the use of evidence-informed tools combined with local systems cha...

CMO Letter to Reduce Unnecessary Antibiotic Prescribing March 2018

This trial aims to reduce unnecessary prescription of antibiotics by general practitioners (GPs) in England. Unnecessary prescriptions are defined as those that do not improve patient health outcomes. The intervention is to send GPs a letter from the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) that gives feedback on their practice's prescribing levels. Specifically, GPs in practices whose prescribing has increase by more than 4% over the past year will receive a letter stating that "The great ...

Digital Online Consultations - Effects on Antibiotic Prescribing in Primary Care

BACKGROUND/SIGNIFICANCE: With developments in mobile health and the abundance of smartphones, online consultations have emerged as a popular form of primary care in Sweden. Controversy exists regarding diagnostic accuracy, appropriate prescription of antibiotics, and effects on care-seeking patient behavior following implementation of online consultations. As empirical research is lacking, we seek to evaluate online primary care consultations compared to physical consultations ...

Training Lay Healthcare Workers to Optimize TB Care and Improve Outcomes in Malawi

Task shifting of less complex healthcare tasks to lay health workers (LHWs) is increasingly employed strategy to address the global shortage of skilled health workers. Despite availability of effective treatment, tuberculosis (TB) remains an important cause of mortality with 1.3 million lives lost globally to TB in 2012. The greatest proportion of new TB cases occurs in Africa and over 95% of TB deaths occur in low income countries (LICs). In response to the combined high TB bu...

Production of Clinical-grade Anti-CD19 Chimeric Antigen Receptor T Cells for Refractory B-cell Malignancies

Immunotherapy is a promising therapeutic approach for patients with cancers. Patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) experiencing early relapse less than 18 months from diagnosis had very poor prognosis with 5-year survival rate of 21% (1). Recent clinical trials demonstrated that infusions of autologous T cell modified with chimeric antigen receptors (CARs) induced durable complete remissions in patients with relapse or refractory B-cell ALL (2-4). The editors of Scie...

A Screening Strategy for Q Fever Among Pregnant Women

Q fever in the Netherlands is becoming more common. A Q fever infection is a serious threat to certain risk groups,including pregnant women. Pregnant women are more often than the general population asymptomatic. Studies from France show that an infection with Coxiella burnetii may cause obstetric complications including spontaneous abortion, intrauterine fetal death, intrauterine growth retardation and oligohydramnios. The aim of this study is to assess the effectiveness and ...

Implementation of Multifaceted Patient-Centered Treatment Strategies for Intensive Blood Pressure Control (IMPACTS)

The IMPACTS study utilizes an effectiveness-implementation hybrid type 2 design to achieve two primary goals simultaneously: 1). to test the effectiveness of a multifaceted implementation strategy for intensive BP control among underserved hypertensive patients at high risk for CVD, and 2). to assess the acceptability, adoption, feasibility, fidelity, and sustainability of the multifaceted implementation strategy in patients, providers, and healthcare systems.

Virtual Gout Clinic

The overarching goal of the investigators project is to identify best practices in gout and hyperuricemia management, translate these evidence-based practices into a highly generalizable strategy for optimal delivery of gout care, and implement and evaluate such a strategy in a large, population-based healthcare setting. With the use of novel but readily-accessible technology, the investigators will examine the use of a novel, large-scale, and relatively low-cost pharmacy-based...

Comparative Effectiveness of Two Tobacco Cessation Interventions for Employees of Partners HealthCare, Inc.

Specific Aim: To conduct a randomized controlled trial among permanent employees of Partners HealthCare, Inc., and their adult dependents, who are current tobacco smokers. The trial will compare two interventions designed to help smokers stop using tobacco: (1) External Coaching Program (Standard Care) and (2) Internal Coaching Program, a chronic disease management strategy for treating tobacco use and dependence.

Carbohydrate Antigen 125-guided Therapy in Heart Failure

Preliminary data suggest a potential role for monitoring and up-titrate pharmacological therapy of plasma levels of antigen carbohydrate 125 (CA125) following and admission for acute heart failure (AHF). This study will evaluate the effect of a CA125-guided management strategy versus standard therapy on the composite endpoint of 1-year all-cause mortality or readmission for AHF in patients recently discharged for AHF.

Rehabilitation in Safety-net Settings for Patients With COPD

This study will examine COPD Wellness, a 10-week low-intensity pulmonary rehabilitation program consisting of group and home exercise, education, and social support can improve symptoms and increase physical activity in participants with COPD who receive care within a 'safety-net' healthcare system (e.g. County Hospital). Half of the participants will also receive an adherence strategy targeted at addressing unmet social needs, while the other half will undergo the intervention...

Exploratory Data Analysis for Disease Pedigrees and Cancer Genetics

The researchers have developed and distributed several software packages for pedigree analysis (FASTLINK, CASPAR, PedHunter, IIC) and cancer genetics (oncotree, METREX). Users who need assistance with the software or who want to see new features added often send the researchers data files that include human data. The information is normally coded, and the researchers do not have access to the identification of the people whose information is in the files. Sometimes the content ...

Early Limited Formula for Treating Lactation Concerns

This is a randomized, controlled trial designed to evaluate a new strategy for promoting continued breastfeeding for mothers and babies who initiated breastfeeding in the newborn period. The new strategy, called Early Limited Formula (ELF), consists of 10mL of formula fed to each baby by syringe after each breastfeeding prior to the onset of mature milk production. The study intervention is discontinued at the onset of mature milk production, and the investigators will then f...

My Life, My Healthcare

This study is designed to answer the following questions: "Is the My Life, My Healthcare Discussion Aid feasible for use in primary care? Does it positively impact patient and healthcare teams' care experience and communication, while reducing patient treatment burden?" Through implementation of the My Life, My Healthcare Discussion Aid for patients with chronic conditions, the study team hypothesizes that it will be feasible to implement in routine primary care practice...

Conventional Versus Intentional StraTegy in Lesions With High Risk PrEdiction of Side Branch OccLusion in InterVEntion

The purpose of the present study is to investigate if intentional strategy (a more aggressive side branch protection strategy: primary two-stent or jailed balloon technique) is associated with significant reduction of side branch occlusion rate compared to conventional strategy (provisional two-stent strategy or jailed wire technique) in patients at high risk of side branch occlusion (V-RESOLVE score≥12).

Asymptomatic Flu Project

Although clinical presentation of influenza is often symptomatic, asymptomatic cases also occur. The knowledge of the incidence of asymptomatic influenza among healthcare workers is very important because of the risk of cross-transmission to hospitalized patients. The principal objective of the study is to estimate the incidence of symptomatic and asymptomatic influenza among healthcare workers in short-stay wards. The results of this study will lead to a better understanding o...

Hospital Avoidance Strategies for ABSSSI

More than 40% of patients presenting with acute bacterial skin and skin structure infection (ABSSSI) to the Barnes-Jewish Hospital (BJH) emergency department (ED) are admitted for intravenous antibiotics. There is growing evidence to suggest that many hospital admissions for uncomplicated ABSSSI due to Gram-positive bacteria could be avoided with an alternative treatment strategy employing newer long-acting antibiotics. Coupled with close outpatient follow-up, such an alternati...

Evaluation of a Bio-inspired Coding Strategy for Cochlear Implant Users

This study will determine the facilitation, refractoriness and spatial spread effects of auditory nerve fiber responses to electrical stimulation via a cochlear implant. The performance of CI users in melody contour and speech recognition in noise tests with their own clinical sound processor and a MATLAB implementation of their coding strategy will be compared and a bioinspired coding strategy will be evaluated in comparison with the conventional ACE coding strategy.

Ubiquitous Healthcare Service With Multifactorial Intervention in Diabetes Care

Recently, we generated a new multidisciplinary ubiquitous healthcare system by upgrading our clinical decision supporting system (CDSS) rule engine, and integrating a physical activity-monitoring device and dietary feedback into a comprehensive package. We hypothesize that individualized multidisciplinary u-healthcare service combined with exercise monitoring and dietary feedback will result in better glucose control with less hypoglycemia in an elderly population.

Prevention of Influenza and Other Wintertime Respiratory Viruses Among Healthcare Professionals in Israel

The purpose of the study on the Prevention of Influenza and Other Wintertime Respiratory Viruses among Healthcare Professionals in Israel Effectiveness of Influenza Vaccine in Preventing Influenza Virus Infection, Missed Work, and Patient Exposure: A Prospective Cohort Study of Healthcare Personnel (to be called the Healthcare Personnel or HCP study throughout this Data Security Plan) is to investigate vaccine effectiveness and respiratory illness among healthcare personnel (HC...

Evaluation of One-stop Strategy of EVAR and PCI

The study is designed to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the "one-stop" endovascular intervention strategy for patients with concomitant coronary artery disease and aortic atherosclerotic disease. It is a registration study, which will consecutively enroll at least 50 patients with at least 30 subjects receiving one-stop strategy.

Implementation of Medical Weight Management by Telemedicine

As the prevalence and associated healthcare costs of obesity continue to increase, the need for obesity treatments that contribute to weight loss maintenance are needed. Through the functionality of a smart device, telehealth can provide quality healthcare to individuals of different socioeconomic communities, expand healthcare access, as well as reduce overall healthcare costs. This research program will uncover the effects of a 12-week commercially available telehealth-based ...

Direct Gloving Strategy: A Cluster-randomized Trial

The necessity of Hand hygiene (HH) before donning non-sterile gloves is unknown. Furthermore, because of the additional time required to cleanse hands and then don gloves, as well as the cumbersome nature of applying gloves to recently washed hands, this practice leads to non-compliance with both HH and glove use - placing patients at risk. In a pilot study, the investigators performed a randomized trial of 230 healthcare workers and demonstrated no difference in total bacteria...

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