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The Adherence and Knowledge Exchange Heart and Stroke Medicines Study

The overarching goal of this program to increase the use of evidence-based, secondary-prevention medications and promote healthy lifestyles among myocardial infarction (MI) patients through using provider-facing mobile app and patients-facing text messages.

RCT of Advance Care Planning in Primary Care

Sometimes people with health conditions become ill suddenly and can no longer speak for themselves and another person (such as a family member) will make health care decisions for them. This means it is important to think about your wishes and tell others about them. This is called advance care planning. When people have done advance care planning, if they become very sick and cannot speak for themselves they are more likely to get the kind of health care they want and it is ea...

Dignity Talk: Helping Palliative Care Patients and Families Have Important Conversations

Dying patients and their families face many challenges near the end-of-life. Not only do patients often experience physical distress, but they also have feelings of loss of dignity, isolation, and uncertainty. Family members also face many challenges. They bear witness to the suffering of loved ones, and they face uncertainty, loss, and at times a mounting sense of helplessness. The purpose of this study is to introduce and evaluate a new intervention called Dignity Talk...

Clinical Study Comparing Two Implant Surface Finishes in Patients Undergoing Cementless Total Hip Replacement

Prospective, randomized study of Summit Porocoat versus Summit DuoFix HA in total hip arthroplasty

Open-Label, Randomized Study Evaluating Treatment With Venlafaxine Extended-Release Plus Dialogues Time to Talk Program

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of the Dialogues Time to Talk program in subjects treated with Venlafaxine Extended Release (ER). Dialogues Time to Talk Program is a patient management program, which aims to help patients achieve successful outcomes by reinforcing physician treatment efforts, providing feedback to treating physicians, and encouraging better physician-patient communications.

The Effect of Bevel Direction on the Pathway of the Nasotracheal Tube

In this study, the subjects are divided into two groups (group I: intervention group = the nasotracheal tube inserted with the bevel of the nasal tube facing the direction of the patient's head, and Group II: conventional group = the bevel of the tube toward the left side of the subject). After the endotracheal tube is introduced, a flexible endoscope is used to evaluate whether the tube is located below the inferior turbinate, i.e. in the lower pathway.

Usability of Diabetes Dashboard Embedded Within a Patient Web Portal

The purpose of this study is to conduct a prospective, longitudinal study to evaluate the usability of a patient-facing diabetes dashboard delivered via an established patient web portal.

Physician-Patient Communication About Breast Cancer-Related Internet Information and Its Effect on Patient Satisfaction and Anxiety

The purpose of this study is to learn about how patients who have looked up cancer-related information on the internet talk with their doctors. We are interested in these conversations even if the patients do not think they will talk about the information with their doctor during their visit. We will audio record doctor-patient visits and listen to these recordings to learn about how patients who have looked up cancer-related internet information talk to their doctors and how t...

Mixed Methods Study Web-based Life Support Decision Aid

Patients and families want to be involved in healthcare decisions [1]. When the decision-making process does not engage older patients and their families, the care provided does not match patient preferences or meet their needs [2]. Healthcare teams can collaborate to support patients and families facing difficult healthcare decisions, such as decisions about the use of technology used to keep a person alive when they are critically ill. Tools called patient decision aids are u...

Surgery for Cancer With Option of Palliative Care Expert

Frequently people diagnosed with cancer experience physical and emotional symptoms during the course of their disease. These symptoms can be very distressing to both the patient and the family members. The study doctor wants to know if the introduction of a team of clinicians that specialize in the lessening of many of these distressing symptoms may improve your overall care. This team of clinicians is called the palliative care team and they focus on ways to improve your pain ...

Small Talk Big Difference

To ensure that patients who are overweight or obese and have type 2 diabetes are identified, receive personalised diabetes care, have the issue of weight raised and explained in a non-judgemental manner by staff in primary care, and are referred on to weight management services as appropriate ensuring equity of access across NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. Specific aims of the whole project: 1. To improve GP/ primary care staff knowledge of the evidence base for the manageme...

Patient Satisfaction in the Critical Care Unit: A Qualitative Phenomenological Study

To explore issues patient experience and satisfaction with a sample of patients recently discharged from critical care.

Improving Diabetes Care Through Effective Personalized Patient Portal Interactions

Patient-facing eHealth technologies are those that connect patients and the healthcare system, and include online patient portals. Although many organizations are adopting patient portals, there is limited understanding of how the different portal features help improve health outcomes. This study is designed to develop and test an intervention to improve adoption and use of patient portal features for diabetes management.

Implementing Advance Care Planning Conversation Tools in Family Practice

This study evaluates the use of advance care planning conversation tools with patients attending their family doctor's office. Patients complete tools about their values and wishes, and a health care provider uses a structured discussion tool to talk about the patient's health condition and future wishes. The patient's family member/substitute decision-maker is encouraged to attend and be part of the discussions.

STEM Familia Talk: A Bilingual Language Acquisition Smart Speaker App for Latino Students and Their Families

After development of the Talk Stem Familia smart-speaker application prototype, the study will evaluate the prototype's efficacy in a within-subjects pre-post design study. The sample will contain 50 parent-student/child dyads who will use the Alexa skill app for 6 weeks.

Outcome Evaluation of Minority AIDS Initiative Programs in the New York EMA

This outcome evaluation effort provides the opportunity to learn what programmatic approaches effectively address two of the most difficult hurdles in HIV health services delivery: (1) getting people who would benefit from health care to use it and (2) getting people who do use health care to do so more consistently and effectively. The New York HIV Planning Council (through MHRA) has funded 23 agencies to achieve these objectives for people of color with HIV disease.

Self Care TALK Study - Promoting Stroke Caregiver Health

Most stroke survivors return home, where their care is supported by family and friends. Although family caring at home is usually rewarding, it is often challenging, too. The demands and responsibilities of caring for a loved one at home can be stressful. The actual activities of caregiving vary according to the needs of the stroke survivor, but can include helping with bathing, dressing, eating, and many other activities. Caregivers must learn care techniques and how to manage...

Initial Test of the Time to Talk CARDIO (Creating a Real Dialogue In the Office) Program

This research focuses on communication practices between patients and health care professionals, like nurses, doctors, or physician assistants. The goal is to help improve communication about heart health issues. This pilot (or Beta) study is designed to test our ability to recruit an appropriate sample of participants, and determine our ability to deliver and evaluate the effects of a web-based intervention. The investigators hypothesize that exposure to the intervention will...

Comfort Talk and Economic Outcomes in MRI

Annually, an estimated 700,000 patients do not complete their scheduled MRI scans because of claustrophobia or inability to hold still. Training staffs working in MRI facilities to provide Comfort Talk® will enable patients to complete high quality imaging without medication, which will increase satisfaction and comfort while reducing sedation risks for patients, and increase efficiency and reduce loss of revenue for facilities. The effect of such training will be tested at 1...

Patient Agenda Setting and Clinic Efficiency in Outpatients

The purpose of the study is to determine whether patients who use a prompt sheet to identify their important issues before they see a doctor are more likely to feel that their important issues have been discussed during their consultation. The study will be conducted in a respiratory outpatient clinic.

Assessment of Fetal Position in Active Labor

Vaginal exams are used routinely in labor to assess cervical dilation and position of the baby (facing anterior, facing to the right or left side, facing towards maternal spine). This technique has a widely variable accuracy rate (24.0-85.6%). Ultrasound has been used to help confirm or correct the vaginal assessment by obstetricians, but has not been used to assess the utility of immediate feedback to improve the accuracy of vaginal assessment by physicians in training. The in...

Education Intervention in Encouraging Health Providers to Talk With Cancer Patients About the Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine

RATIONALE: Educating health providers on talking with cancer patients about complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) may help encourage health providers to talk more often with cancer patients about the use of CAM. PURPOSE: This randomized phase III trial is studying how well an education intervention works in encouraging health providers to talk with cancer patients about the use of CAM.

Low Back Pain Patient Education Evaluation

Back pain is one of the most common of all symptoms. It is also a great cause of days lost from work and visits to health care providers. This study will develop and evaluate an approach to low back pain that allows subjects to talk with each other and with health professionals via an Internet discussion group. Results we will look at include health behaviors, such as exercise; health status, such as pain and disability; and health care use, such as number of visits to doctors ...

Parental Involvement and Children's Extra-Familial Contexts

Parental involvement has been shown to be a robust predictor of child conduct problems (CP) and drug use risk in childhood and adolescence, but relatively little attention has been paid to the role of parental involvement in relation to child problem behavior during the transition to school-age, when children are spending more time in school, after-care settings, and in the neighborhood. Concomitantly, as children transition from preschool to school-age, there is evidence to su...

Health Communication in Families

There are two goals of this research study. First, we hope to develop a plan to guide family discussions that can help parents diagnosed with lung cancer talk about cancer risk with their adult children. Second, we want to understand how families talk about cancer prevention.

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