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HLA-B35 Alleles and AIDS

This study will identify variations in the genome of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) early after infection and following the development of AIDS. It will analyze genetic material and clinical data from HIV-positive individuals to assess differences in viral epitopes between patients with two different gene alleles (alternative forms of a gene)-B*3501 and B*3503. (An epitope is a molecular region on the surface of an antigen capable of eliciting an immune response and of ...

The Cancer of the Pancreas Screening-5 CAPS5)Study

Johns Hopkins clinical research office quality assurance group will monitor and audit this study at Johns Hopkins. The Sub Investigator at each site will be responsible for internal monitoring at their site.

Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center Patient Data

Patient records from Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center historical files

Genetic Susceptibility to Cardiovascular Disease in Patients on Kidney Dialysis

This study, done in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland, will examine the role of genes in the development of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (CVD) in patients undergoing kidney dialysis. The rate of illness and death from CVD among patients on dialysis is extraordinarily high, accounting for about 50 percent of deaths. Blood levels of inflammatory markers are elevated in these patients, strongly predicting illness a...

Johns Hopkins Breast Cancer Program Longitudinal Repository

The Breast Cancer Program Longitudinal Repository (BCPLR) is being established to fulfill the research mission of the Breast Cancer Program at Johns Hopkins and to serve investigators affiliated with it - to develop a repository of specimens with corresponding characteristics from patients seen in the breast care and cancer clinics.


Kilkari Impact Evaluation

BBC Media Action is presently implementing two large scale mobile health (mHealth) initiatives in India: Kilkari and Mobile Academy. Kilkari is an outbound service that delivers weekly, time-appropriate audio messages about pregnancy, childbirth, and childcare directly to families on their mobile phones, starting from the second trimester of pregnancy until the child is one-year-old. Mobile Academy (MA) is an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) in-service audio training course for...

CAPABLE for Frail Dually Eligible Older Adults

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing offers this research study which aims to learn more about whether services that help with medications, muscle strengthening, pain management and changes to houses can help improve older adults' ability to, walk, and take care of themselves while saving costs by reducing hospitalizations and nursing home admissions.

Rapid HIV Treatment Initiation, Access and Engagement in Care

The investigators propose to evaluate Rapid HIV Treatment Initiation in Baltimore in newly and previously diagnosed HIV-positive patients not in care through identification of barriers, facilitators and acceptability of Rapid HIV Treatment Initiation among newly and previously diagnosed HIV-positive patients not in care identified at the Johns Hopkins East Baltimore campus and at the Baltimore City Health Department sexually transmitted disease clinics. Using this data, a proto...

Evaluation of Fluorescein Use During Cystoscopy

This study is a prospective randomized controlled study. Female patients over 18 years of age, who present for treatment of pelvic organ prolapse and/or stress urinary incontinence at the Pelvic Floor Center at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and who consent to undergo a urogynecologic surgical procedure, will be considered for inclusion in the study. Their histories will be reviewed by their attending surgeon and if they meet inclusion and exclusion criteria, they wi...

Partnership for Healthy Seniors

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has awarded cooperative agreements to 6 sites from across the country (Salt Lake City, UT, Molokai, HI, Houston, TX, Newark, NJ, Detroit, MI, and Baltimore City) to participate in a national 4-year demonstration (September 15, 2006 to September 30, 2010). One goal of the demonstration is to reduce disparities in cancer screening among seniors from U.S. racial and ethnic minority populations. Each site will focus on a specific...

Reducing LGBTI Adolescent Suicide

Reducing youth suicide in the U.S. is a national public health priority. Sexual and gender minority adolescents are at elevated risk for suicide. Safer school environments, however, can decrease this risk. This study capitalizes on the critical role of school nurses in improving the mental health of this vulnerable population through implementation and sustainment of evidence-based strategies to enhance school environments. In addition to suicide, the conceptual framework and m...

Patient Experiences in Rheumatology

This research is being done to learn more about patient experiences at the Johns Hopkins Rheumatology Clinic at Good Samaritan Hospital. We want to learn about the patient, his or her health and experience with the doctor. Up to 75 patients (21 years and older) who are seen in this clinic may participate.

MRI of Alzheimer's Disease Imaging Amyloid Plaques in Persons With and Without Memory Problems

The study will investigate the possibility of detecting early signs of Alzheimer's disease using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). If plaques, types of damage, can be imaged by MRI, the procedure could be used in clinical trials and may also help in the clinical diagnosis of patients. Alzheimer's disease, a progressive disease, is a major cause of functional disability and institutionalization, affecting 4.5 million people in the United States, a number that will more than trip...

Reducing Childhood Hearing Loss in an Alaska Native Population Through a New School Screening and Referral Process That Utilizes Mobile Health and Telemedicine

Hearing loss is a common health problem in Alaska. Up to 75% of children growing up in Alaskan villages experience frequent ear infections, one of the major treatable causes of hearing loss. Children with even mild hearing loss face many challenges. These children often experience speech and language delays and have trouble in school. Teens with hearing loss are more likely to drop out of school, and are at risk for having difficulty finding jobs as adults. Promptly diagnosing ...

A Trial to Improve the Healthiness of Packed Lunches in Primary School Aged Children

Public Health England's (PHE) Behavioural Insights Team are leading and fully funding a randomised controlled research trial in collaboration with Derby City Council's Public Health Team and the Health and Social Care Research Centre at Derby University to test an intervention designed to help families provide healthier packed lunches for Primary School aged children.

Iodine Status in Portuguese Children and the Role of Salt Fortification in School Canteens

It is well known that insufficient iodine intakes impairs the production of thyroid hormones, essential for cognitive development and healthy growth. Although the World Health Organization (WHO) promotes public health measures for an adequate iodine consumption, it is estimated that one in three school age children remain iodine deficient worldwide. Whereas there is no mandatory iodisation programs in Portugal, young infants are among the most vulnerable to iodine deficiency d...

Cancer Prevention and Treatment Among African American Older Adults: Treatment Trial

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has awarded cooperative agreements to 6 sites from across the country (Salt Lake City, UT, Molokai, HI, Houston, TX, Newark, NJ, Detroit, MI, and Baltimore City) to participate in a national 4-year demonstration (September 15, 2006 to September 30, 2010). One goal of the demonstration is to reduce disparities in cancer treatment among seniors from U.S. racial and ethnic minority populations. Each site will focus on a specific...

Who Needs a School Doctor's Health Check?

The aims of the study are 1) to explore whether part of the school doctors' routine health checks can be omitted using screening questionnaires which address the parents', school nurses' and teachers' concerns regarding each student and 2) to evaluate the benefits of school doctors' routine health checks.

D-Stress Baltimore: School-based Mindfulness Instruction

Effective strategies to ameliorate the negative effects of stressful urban living are greatly needed. D-Stress Baltimore (DSB) is an evidence-based mindfulness-based instructional program of stress-reduction techniques, found to reduce mental health problems across many adult populations. The investigators propose to conduct a randomized controlled trial of the 12-week school-based DSB program compared with a 12-week school-based health education control program at Elev8...

A Comprehensive Disease Management Program for Medically-Complex Substance Users

Disease management (DM) programs are being increasingly utilized by health plans to coordinate care, improve quality of care, and control costs in chronically ill individuals. DM programs for specific medical conditions, such as diabetes mellitus, congestive heart failure, and asthma, have demonstrated improvements in health outcomes and a number of studies have found economic benefits to these programs as well. There are fewer data evaluating multi-disease DM programs, and re...

School-based Program Promotion of Self-regulation in Eating Healthy and Oral Health

The Health and Education Ministries of Brazil launched the Health in School Program - PSE - in 2007. The purpose of the PSE is twofold: articulate the actions of the education and health systems to identify risk factors and prevent them; and promote the education for health in the public elementary school system. In the health field, the self-regulation (SR) construct can contribute to the understanding of life habits which can affect the improvement of individuals' health. Thi...

Pharmacokinetic Issues of Moxifloxacin Plus Rifapentine

The purpose of this study is to determine the pharmacokinetics (how a drug is absorbed, distributed, and eliminated by the body) of moxifloxacin alone versus moxifloxacin given with rifapentine. Researchers believe that understanding how these tuberculosis drugs interact when given together may help to determine the best drug treatment plan for use in future studies. Volunteers will take moxifloxacin daily by mouth for the first part of the study and then moxifloxacin in combin...

Mindfulness Training to Promote Healthy Diet and Physical Activity in Teens

This project will compare the preliminary efficacy of a novel school-delivered intervention, mindfulness plus health education intervention, to health education alone on dietary and physical activity habits in adolescents. This study has important public health implications because of the negative consequences of unhealthy diets and lack of exercise on health, such as obesity, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. If effective, this intervention has high potential for translat...

Study of Image-guided Dosimetry for Interstitial Prostate Brachytherapy

This will be a phase I study. This phase I study is not a standard drug dose escalation study, but rather a Clinical System Performance Evaluation Trial of a therapeutic device. However for purposes of this protocol we will refer to this portion of the trial as a phase I study. The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the feasibility and clinical practicability of the registered ultrasound and fluoroscopy (RUF) in combination with CMS Interplant system® in an initial...

Efficacy of a Web-Based Alcohol Intervention for High School Students

This study evaluates the efficacy of the eCHECKUP TO GO as an intervention to reduce underage drinking and the associated negative consequences among high school seniors. The aim of this project is to provide a brief, low cost intervention that can be easily disseminated as a school-based intervention to address this important public health problem.

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