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Impacting Children's Physical and Mental Health Through Kinesiology Support in Clinical Care

Over the past four decades, it has become clear that childhood physical activity carries with it a myriad of beneficial effects. It is closely linked to quality of life and the recognized benefits include, but are not limited to, optimal growth and development, a healthier self-concept, enhanced peer socialization, and decreased anxiety and depression. Long term, an active lifestyle decreases the risk of many important physical and mental morbidities. Thus, the observation that...


Influence of Kinesiology Taping Application on Severity of Signs and Symptoms in Breast Engorgement.

The aim of the research is to asses the efficacy of kinesiology taping application in breast engorgement in early postpartum stage. Kinesiology application will be performed by women's health physiotherapist. Patient's perceived improvement and milk outflow following application will be assessed.

Supporting the Mental Health Workforce

Emotional Health Association will engage Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health providers that employ peer workers in a training and technical assistance intervention designed to support, increase, and retain an effective peer workforce. This intervention consists of a Co-Learning Collaborative, several training sessions, and the creation of Implementation Teams. Peer workers will also be encouraged to attend Recovery International, an established network of self-help s...


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Evidence-Based Mental Health Services for Distressed Post-9/11 Military Family Caregivers

The primary aim of the proposed study is to assess the efficacy of PST for positively impacting distressed military family caregiver's burden, and depression levels, ultimately enhancing their mental health QOL (primary outcomes). Data will also be collected to characterize physical and social stressors for these caregivers such as illness that limits the caregiver's activities, new household management and caregiving responsibilities, satisfaction with social roles and activit...

Self-Management in Parents of Technology-Dependent Children

Parent caregivers of children with chronic conditions who require life-saving technology such as mechanical ventilation or feeding tubes must maintain a high level of vigilance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They usually provide a majority of their children's care and are often overwhelmed by the caregiving demands thus neglect health promotion behaviors that result in a deterioration of their own mental and physical health. The goal of this study is to test a cognitive-behavio...

Navigation and Parent Peer Support to Promote Access

Nearly one in five children in the United States has a mental health problem that interferes with daily functioning and requires intervention, and yet less than 50% of children who need mental health care receive any services. Families and especially from low-income and ethnically diverse backgrounds, experience a range of barriers to engaging in services for their children including: lack of recognition of problems and knowledge of available treatments, connecting to services,...

Effects of Kinesiology Tape Tensions on Gastrocnemius and Soleus H-reflex Modulations

Kinesio tape (KT) has been widely used in the areas of sports and physical therapy (Kase, 2003). The effect of KT tensions on H-reflex modulation has not been discussed in the literature. This study investigated the effect of different KT tensions on the H-reflex modulation in the gastrocnemius and the soleus muscles.

Pediatric Parenting Support in Flint

Public health disasters have disproportionate impacts on low income communities, through pathways that add to those of poverty and associated stressors, and act over extended periods. Very young children are highly vulnerable to long-term impacts on development and mental health in the context of parenting challenges following disasters, yet frequently receive the least attention and resources. This study will test the role of universal parenting support in enhancing young chil...

Enhanced Physical Activity Support in Congenital Heart Disease Clinical Care

Our cluster randomized controlled trial of a novel clinical practice change will IMPACT the physical activity (PA) of children living with congenital heart defects (CHD) through our Innovative and pragmatic approach to systematically incorporate PA counselling within each clinic visit. Long-term, the focus is to prevent or treat the most common secondary morbidities of these patients (atherosclerosis, anxiety, depression) through enhanced PA. We have previously shown that home...

Technology-Based Tools to Enhance Quality of Care in Mental Health Treatment

Nearly 9 million U.S. children (1 in 8) meet criteria for at least one mental health disorder at any point in time. Effective treatments exist for these disorders, but children and families who seek services rarely receive them; mental health providers need more support in the delivery of these interventions to ensure that children and families are receiving the best quality care. This project aims to improve the delivery of best practices for families who seek mental health ca...

Translational Health After School Program on Health-Related Knowledge/Behaviors and Exercise Perception

The aim of this study is to examine the effects of a translational health in nutrition and kinesiology (THINK) after school program on physical variables, nutrition and exercise knowledge base/behaviors, and exercise enjoyment and confidence. Partnering with the YMCA investigators in the Kinesiology and Sport Sciences department at the University of Miami will set up the after-school THINK program offered three afternoons per week for nine months in two experimental and two co...

Improving Mental Health Services for Economically Disadvantaged Children: Training Teachers

Children from low socioeconomic levels are more likely to have a mental disorder. However, they are less likely to receive appropriate treatment for that disorder than are children at higher socioeconomic levels. This study will evaluate a program designed to improve mental health services for these children through public school systems.

Reintegrating Children Living at Landfills in Burundi Into Society by Means of a Comprehensive Family Program Addressing Maltreatment and Mental Health Symptoms

Children living at the landfills of Bujumbura are often exposed to maltreatment, including emotional neglect and physical abuse, and traumatic experiences. Furthermore, they grow up in severe poverty. Addressing trauma-related mental health issues and aggressive behaviour by Narrative Exposure Therapy (FORNET), familial communication by family visits, interaction difficulties of children by a group intervention, poverty by financial support and economic training for mothers, me...

Mechanisms of Action and Outcome

The objective of this study is to examine the mechanisms of action and outcome in mental health peer support groups. The study design is a randomized trial in which participants are assigned to one of three study arms: a recovery oriented mental health group led by peer facilitators (Vet-to-Vet), a recovery oriented group led by a clinician, or "treatment as usual." Qualitative and quantitative methods will be used to assess substantive content and process of the recovery gr...

Peer Support for Homelessness in the Emergency Department

Peer support workers with lived experience of homelessness will provide advocacy, supportive counselling, assistance with navigating the system, and role-modeling for people experiencing homelessness in emergency departments in the Niagara region of Ontario, Canada. Previous research has demonstrated that people experiencing homelessness experience barriers to care and poor health outcomes, including increased risk of dying, and are frequent users of the emergency department fo...

Comprehensive Versus Traditional Lifestyle Program

Despite recommends that school-based interventions use a comprehensive approach for health promotions; most fitness programs exclusively emphasize physical activity. This study compared the comprehensive Translational Health in Nutrition and Kinesiology (THINK) program to a traditional YMCA program (The Sports, Play, and Active Recreation for Kids (SPARK) fitness curriculum) on measures of physical fitness, body composition, and executive cognitive function outcomes among 105 e...

Cultural Adaptation of the TIM&SARA Prevention Program

Disparities between African-American and European-American youth regarding academic outcomes, mental health, and physical health exist. Depression, a very common mental health problem, plays a central role by impacting academic outcomes and cardiovascular health. Thus, a program that successfully reduces the likelihood for youths to develop depression should also reduce problems with academic outcomes and physical health and therefore reduce disparity in all three domains. Rese...

Rehabilitation for Survivors of Cardiac Arrest Focused on Fatigue

More people are surviving a cardiac arrest due to improvements in bystander resuscitation and acute hospital care. However, many survivors of cardiac arrest are left with physical, mental and social problems impacting negatively on their quality of life. At present there are no specialist interventions for survivors of cardiac arrest in Denmark and very few have been evaluated internationally. Rehabilitation for people after cardiac events or brain injury have shown significant...

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...

A Tele-mental Health Intervention to Support Parents Caring for a Technology-dependent Child at Home

The need for assisted-technology at home reflects some of the most serious health-related conditions faced by children with physical and developmental disabilities. 'Technology-dependent' is often used in the literature to describe children "who need both a medical device to compensate for the loss of a vital body function and substantial and ongoing nursing care to avert death or further disability". Parenting a child is stressful and challenging, and even under ideal circumst...

Effectiveness Study of a Treatment to Improve the Mental Health of Children and Adolescents

This randomized controlled trial evaluates the effectiveness of a psychotherapeutic intervention, the Common Elements Treatment Approach (CETA), to address the mental health needs of children and adolescents age 8-17 who have been affected by armed conflict in Kachin State, Myanmar. The 10-12 week talk-based counseling treatment, delivered by community mental health workers, will be evaluated against a wait-list control group. This project follows on a recently completed trial ...

Prevention of Permanent Obesity in Children

In the county of Oppland, Norway, questionnaires addressing physical and mental health and socioeconomic status is issued to all (1960) families who meet for the pre-school assessment at the public health clinics in 2007. Particularly growth, physical activity and diet is addressed. Families who have children with a BMI >18.9, which corresponds to BMI>30, and living in selected municipalities in the county are invited to participate in a 5 year intervention program in or...

Park Rx and Physical Activity Among Low-income Children

This study is a randomized controlled trial to evaluate ParkRx, a clinic-based counseling intervention in which health care providers prescribe park visits at a specific frequency, duration, and includes instructions for physical activity in the parks. We will assess whether prescribing visits to specific parks changes physical activity levels and improves health and mental health outcomes among low-income pediatric patients.

Universal Preventive Resilience Intervention to Improve and Promote Mental Health for Teenagers

Adolescence is a period of many physical, mental, emotional, and social changes. It is also associated with risk behaviour conducts. Nonetheless, not all youths under disadvantage, adversity, or exposure to risk factors experience negative mental health outcomes. The concept of RESILIENCE provides one possible explanation for the ability of some individuals to maintain positive mental health. Resilience is thus the ability of an individual or community to adapt to life challeng...

Dose-effect of HIIT on Cardiovascular Health of Children

An adequate physical activity level has important effects on cardiovascular health of children. However, the scientific literature suggests that few children meet the physical activity recommendations to obtain these cardiovascular benefits which may have immediate and long term consequences in public health. High intensity interval training (HIIT) has emerged as an effective strategy for improving physical and mental health in children. To note that HIIT can be completed in a ...


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