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Participatory Action Research to Evaluate the Delivery of the MISSION ABC Service Model and Assess Health Service and Clinical Outcomes

Innovations aimed at improving new patient identification, diagnosis, nonpharmacological treatment, supported self-management, and remote monitoring, together with new methods of clinical support could improve outcomes in patients with respiratory disease. The Investigators have developed a model of care incorporating key innovations for patients with asthma, COPD and undifferentiated breathlessness. This service is being implemented within Wessex CCGs. The investigators will a...


Patient-Centred Innovations for Persons With Multimorbidity - Quebec

The aim of Patient-Centred Innovations for Persons With Multimorbidity (PACE in MM) study is to reorient the health care system from a single disease focus to a multimorbidity focus; centre on not only disease but also the patient in context; and realign the health care system from separate silos to coordinated collaborations in care. PACE in MM will propose multifaceted innovations in Chronic Disease Prevention and Management (CDPM) that will be grounded in current realities (...

Remediating Academic Skill Deficits Among Disadvantaged Youth

This research aims to continue to study the effectiveness of a promising academic intervention (implemented by SAGA Innovations) that has previously been shown to significantly improve academic outcomes for disadvantaged youth. In addition, this study will begin to investigate the effects of scaling up this promising strategy by exploring variation in tutor effectiveness and the optimal instructor-student and student-student pairings for improving academic outcomes.


Increasing the Reach of Promising Dropout Prevention Programs: Examining the Trade-offs Between Scale and Effectiveness

This research aims to examine the extent to which a promising academic intervention—high-intensity tutoring by SAGA Innovations—that has previously been shown to significantly improve academic outcomes for disadvantaged Chicago youth can be implemented at an even greater scale. By taking advantage of the power of random sampling, this study will allow for observation of the program's effectiveness as if it were running at five times the proposed scale. In addition, this stu...

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Evaluation of NICHE Programme Activities in Kenya

This study evaluates the impact of additional cash and nutritional counselling on nutrition outcomes in pregnant women and children up to the age of two years in CT-OVC (cash transfer- orphan and vulnerable children) households in Kitui and Machakos counties of Kenya. The control arm households will receive their normal CT-OVC cash payment and the intervention arm will receive an additional cash payment and nutritional counselling.

Manicaland Cash Transfer Trial

The purpose of this study is to determine whether cash transfers (conditional and unconditional) can improve health and social outcomes amongst children living in vulnerable households in Manicaland, eastern Zimbabwe. The study hypotheses are: 1. Cash transfers will increase the percentage of vulnerable children aged 0-4 years with a birth certificate. 2. Cash transfers will increase the percentage of vulnerable children aged 0-4 years with up-to-date vac...

Well-being of Shelter Guests in Vancouver

This study will primarily investigate the impacts of a one-time unconditional cash transfer on the well-being of recently homeless individuals. Secondary research questions will examine the impact of personal coaching for cash recipients and the impact of a workshop and coaching intervention for non-cash recipients.

Healthcare Access and Utilization Among Living Kidney Donors

This is a mailed survey to persons who served as living kidney donors at Saint Barnabas Medical Center. The experimental component of this study (the clinical trial) is a randomized trial of two monetary incentives for the living kidney donors invited to participate in the study. Kidney donors will be randomized to receive one of two incentives in the mailed survey packet: $2 cash vs. $5 cash. The main outcome measure is the response rate to the survey.

Optimizing the Efficiency and Implementation of Cash Transfers to Improve Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy

1. Determine the "dose-response" relationship between a cash transfer amount and HIV viral suppression at 6 months 2. Identify the most effective cash transfer size to increase the proportion of people living with HIV infection (PLHIV) retained in care and with suppressed viral load (

Clinical Practice Intensity: Comparing Veterans Affairs (VA) to Private Sector Physicians

This is a national physician mail survey examining primary care practice patterns. The experimental component of the study (the clinical trial) is a randomized trial of different monetary incentive forms and amounts for physicians invited to participate in the study. Only non-VA physicians will be included in this part of the study. (VA physicians are not allowed to receive monetary incentives.) Physicians will be randomized to receive one of four incentives: $20 cash, $50 ...

Evaluation of a Cash Transfer Program in Low-Income Families in Guinea-Bissau

This pilot study will test the effect of a cash transfer program aiming to improve family food consumption patterns, family health and schooling, with resulting benefits for childhood growth and cognition.

Innovations in HIV Testing

The investigators propose to improve HIV prevention and care through expanding HIV testing options to include self-testing for young women, their peers and their sex partners, and by facilitating linkage to care.

Mental Health in Adults and Children- Frugal Innovations (MAC-FI): Adult Depression Component

This stepped wedge, randomized controlled trial will test the effectiveness of a Supported Self-Management intervention for depression among adults in Vietnam. The intervention will be delivered at the community level in 8 Vietnamese provinces by primary care providers and social workers. The intervention group will receive the Supported Self-Management intervention, while the control group will receive enhanced treatment as usual. The primary outcome measure for depression is ...

Technological Innovations in Behavioral Treatments for Cigarette Smoking

The purpose of the study is to evaluate a sustainable and broadly accessible treatment delivery model (Motiv8) for smoking cessation based on abstinence-reinforcement.

Effects of Cash Transfers on Severe Acute Malnutrition

Cash transfer, aims to strengthen food security for vulnerable households by giving families enough purchasing power to consume an adequate and balanced diet, maintain a good standard of hygiene, access health services, and invest in their own means of food production in addition to their children's growth and development. While cash transfer to vulnerable households has shown a long-term positive impact on growth and on malnutrition-related mortality in children aged 0-5 year...

Evaluation of the Health and Economic Consequences of Kentucky's Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver

Kentucky HEALTH is an 1115 Medicaid waiver that was approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in January 2018. This 5-year demonstration waiver aims to modify the traditional Medicaid program to improve health behaviors, health outcomes, and socioeconomic outcomes in the waiver-eligible population through several innovations. In brief, these include introducing Community Engagement requirements, monthly premiums, MyRewards accounts for dental and vision s...

Innovations in Dementia Empowerment and Action

The lack of efficacious research-based interventions for such vulnerable older adults with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias (AD/RD) and their caregivers (CGs) is a significant public health problem. Caregiving of sexual/gender minority older adults with AD/RD is of concern due to social stigma, marginalization, and isolation, which may be barriers to sustaining caregiving. It is necessary and timely to translate evidence-based culturally adaptable interventions for thi...

Innovations in Biofeedback and Its Use in Mental Health

This study investigates the use of new technologies in "biofeedback gaming" and their potential for use as a treatment for stress and anxiety. Biofeedback training is typically accomplished through devices that measure heartrate variability (HRV), galvanic skin response (GSR), or electroencephalogram (EEG). Typically, the use of this equipment requires a practitioner with specialized training in reading and interpreting HRV, GSR, and/or EEG. However, recent advances in technolo...

A Community-Based Intervention With Popular Opinion Leaders (C-POL) in Texas

After exposure to the C-POL intervention: 1) unprotected vaginal or anal sex, sex with casual partners, concurrent sexual relationships, and exchange of sex for drugs or money will decrease significantly; 2) perceived syphilis-risk for self and peer group, knowledge about highly relevant risk-factors, information sources and resources will increase significantly; and 3) syphilis morbidity will decrease significantly in the intervention community as compared to the comparison co...

Traxi Panniculus Retractor for Cesarean Delivery

This prospective, open-label, randomized-controlled trial is designed to evaluate the use of the Traxi panniculus retractor-- a commercially available Class I FDA-exempt device will improve surgical outcomes, cardiopulmonary function, and provider/patient satisfaction in morbidly obese women undergoing cesarean delivery.

Innovations in HIV Testing (TI)

The investigators propose to improve HIV prevention and care through expanding HIV testing options to include self-testing for young women, their peers and their sex partners, and by facilitating linkage to care.

Cash Transfer to Adolescent Girls and Young Women to Reduce Sexual Risk Behavior - an Impact Evaluation

Vulnerability to HIV infection in Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) is mainly influenced by structural factors which mediate through sexual risk behavior. The Sauti program as implementing partner of the DREAMS initiative will provide unconditional cash transfer on quarterly basis to vulnerable AGYW in selected districts of Tanzania. The CARE study will evaluate the impact of this activity through a cluster randomised controlled trial that involves quantitative and qualit...

IRIS Registry: Intelligent Research in Sight Registry

The IRIS™ Registry (Intelligent Research in Sight) is the nation's first comprehensive eye disease clinical registry. The American Academy of Ophthalmology is developing it as part of the profession's shared goal of continual improvement in the delivery of eye care.The IRIS Registry will be a centralized system for ophthalmology practices to promote practice innovations and achieve clinical excellence.

Characterisation of Human B Cell Maturation in Response to Vaccination

This study is an exploratory single site sample collection study at St Mary's hospital campus, Imperial College London. Sixteen participants scheduled to receive routine immunizations for Td/IPV (group 1) and HBsAg (group 2) will be recruited overall. Eights participants will be allocated to group 1 and eights participants to group 2 depending on their immunisation regime.

The Effect of Inspiratory Muscle Training and Respiratory Physiotherapy on Pulmonary Functions, Respiratory Muscle Strength and Functional Capacity in Patients With Robotic Heart Surgery

During the past decade, especially with the advancement of technology, major innovations and developments have been observed in the field of surgery. Cardiac surgery is one of the important area of the surgery who renews itself day by day and adds innovations to the nature in terms of patients' comfort. One of the greatest developments in cardiac surgery in this sense is the tendency to reduce the size of the incisions with less interventional procedures. Robotic surgery is get...


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