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Risk Reduction for Drug Use and Sexual Revictimization

The investigator proposes to evaluate Risk Reduction through Family Therapy (RRFT), which integrates: 1) an ecologically-based intervention for treatment of substance abuse behaviors in high risk adolescents, 2) exposure-based cognitive-behavioral therapy for sexually assaulted youth, and 3) psychoeducation strategies for prevention of risky sexual behaviors and revictimization. The principal purpose of this research proposal is to evaluate the efficacy of RRFT in reducing the...


Improving the Diagnosis of Sexually Transmitted Infections in Emergency Rooms

A point-of-care laboratory (POC) was set at North Hospital, Marseille, France for the diagnosis in less than two hours of sexually transmitted infections caused by known pathogens, close to the reception of Emergency service. In this instance 30% of patients have no etiological diagnosis after the POC sexually infection transmitted tests . Most sexually transmitted infections can be diagnosed from an anal swab which is not routinely performed. In this study, we suggest to test...

Project Sexual Awareness for Everyone (SAFE)

This trial randomizes young Mexican American and African American women with a sexually transmitted infection to a behavioral intervention (3 three hour weekly sessions) versus control with the goal of preventing recurrent sexually transmitted infections.


Encouraging Mail Order Pharmacy Use to Improve Outcomes and Reduce Disparities

The investigators propose a randomized encouragement trial to encourage use of the existing mail order pharmacy services among diabetes patients with poor adherence to CVD risk factor medications in 3 health care systems: Kaiser Permanente Northern California, Harvard Pilgrim, and Kaiser Permanente Hawaii.

Evaluation of Counseling for Partner Notification

- In the formative stage of the project, we have investigated through qualitative and quantitative studies to identify a potential intervention to promote partner referral for sexually transmitted patients in Bangladesh. - We conducted a quasi-randomised trial to evaluate if single session counseling is effective in improving partner referral for patients with sexually transmitted infection.

Recruiting African American Fathers/ Sons

The purpose of this study is to develop and pilot test recruitment methods for a future study of prevention of sexually transmitted infections (STI), including the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), among Black adolescent boys through sexual health education by their fathers.

Rewarding Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Prevention and Control in Tanzania

This project evaluates the effect of a combined economic and psycho-social intervention to reduce risky sexual activity and its consequences. The main hypothesis to be tested is that risky sexual activity and resulting sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can be reduced through an intervention of counseling, regular STI testing, and positive reinforcement using cash rewards. The intervention is being implemented in a population of young people in rural Tanzania where more c...

Safety and Acceptability of Carraguard® in HIV Positive Women and Men

The study objectives were to assess the mucosal safety of Carraguard® gel when applied vaginally once per day for 14 days by sexually abstinent and sexually active, HIV-positive women; to evaluate the effect of Carraguard® gel on the vaginal flora in these women; to evaluate the effect of Carraguard® gel on shedding of HIV-1 in the genital tract of these women; to evaluate the safety of Carraguard® gel when applied directly to the penis once per day for 7 days by sexually a...

Effectiveness of HIV Risk Reduction Program Among African American Men

This study will test the effectiveness of a brief clinic-based program designed to promote the correct use of condoms among young African-American men newly diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease.

Safety and Tolerability of the Vaginal Gel PRO 2000/5

The purpose of this study is to determine whether the vaginal gel PRO 2000/5 causes irritation when used daily. Studies have shown PRO 2000/5 is safe and well tolerated as a vaginal gel in healthy women who are not sexually active. However, it was not determined what side effects to skin in the vaginal area there might be in sexually active women.

Prevalence of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) in HIV-infected Patients

There has been an increase in incidence in sexually transmitted infections in HIV infected patients in the last years. In this study the investigators will prospectively evaluate the prevalence of symptomatic and asymptomatic infections with N. gonorrhea and Ch. trachomatis as well as the seroprevalence of Herpes simplex Type 2 infection in HIV-infected patients attending the clinic for infectious diseases at the Berne University Hospital. In addition, participants will be aske...

Sexually Dimorphic Effects of GHRH in Adult Growth Hormone Testing

Specific Aim 1 Healthy male and female subjects and growth hormone (GH) deficient subjects display sexually dimorphic GH responses to GHRH administration Specific Aim 2 GH responses to GHRH in both healthy controls and in GH deficient patients correlate with expression and activity of the stimulatory G proteins, G alpha q and G alpha S. G protein levels correlate with gonadal steroid levels. Specific Aim 3 Sexually dimorphic GH responses to GHRH are enhanced in Tanner Stage ...

Effectiveness of HIV/Sexually Transmitted Infection Training for Physicians in China

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of a physician training program, the Ai Shi Zi program, in improving HIV/sexually transmitted infection diagnosis, treatment, and management by Chinese physicians and in reducing the number of subsequent infections in their patients.

A Peer-Oriented HIV Prevention Outreach Program for Individuals at High Risk for HIV and Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases

This study will determine the effectiveness of a peer outreach intervention in preventing HIV infection in adults at high risk for contracting HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

Scientific Evaluation of Peer Education and STD Treatment to Reduce the Spread of HIV in Zimbabwe

The purpose of this study is to determine whether community-based peer education and condom distribution combined with improved treatment of sexually transmitted infections are effective in reducing the spread of HIV infection in a sub-Saharan African population

Regulation of Cerebral Blood Flow in Very Low Birth Weight Infants

Advances in newborn intensive care have lead to dramatic improvements in survival for the most premature infants—often weighing 1 pound at birth. Unfortunately, cerebral palsy, mental retardation, and developmental delay affect more than 10,000 of these premature infants in the U.S. annually. In his studies, Dr. Jeffrey R. Kaiser is trying to understand why these premature infants are at such high risk of brain injury, and to learn ways to prevent injury. Experts believe that...

Home Blood Pressure Monitoring Project

The goal of this project is to improve hypertension control at Kaiser Permanente Colorado (KPCO) by implementing a population-based multi-factorial intervention that uses home BP monitors that can download BP readings to KPCO's health records via internet, interactive voice response (IVR) technology, and multidisciplinary care team. Participants will be randomized to either the home blood pressure monitoring group reciving the multi-factorial intervention or the usual care gro...

Screening Strategy for Asymptomatic Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) in a Cohort of HIV Outpatients Men Who Have Sex With Men (DRIVER)

Comparison of two screening strategies of asymptomatic sexually transmitted infections : routine screening versus screening as reported by the risks taken by the patient, in a cohort of HIV outpatients men who have sex with men. The aim of this study will be create and validate a simple tool for clinicians. A digital tool will be developed will allowed empowerment of HIV-positive men who have sex with men.

Safety and Acceptability of SPL7013 Gel (VivaGel™) in Sexually Active Women

There is an urgent need for HIV prevention methods that women can initiate and control themselves. Topical microbicides, substances that kill microbes, represent one such method. The purpose of this study is to assess the safety and to evaluate the acceptability of 3% w/w SPL7013 gel, a topical microbicide, when administered intravaginally for 14 consecutive days in healthy, sexually active HIV uninfected women.

Efficacy of a Brief Intervention and/or Distribution of Free Condoms During Pre-travel Consultation on Sexual Behaviour Abroad

The objective of this study is to assess the impact of a structured intervention and/or free distribution of condoms during the pre-travel consultation on sexual risk behavior of young persons traveling alone.

Prevalence of Sexually Transmitted Infections Among People Attending the Sexual Assault Center in Oslo, Norway.

In this study we seek to register the prevalence of sexually transmitted infections (STI) among people attending the Sexual Assault Centre in Oslo, Norway. The main aim of this study is to gather representative data on STIs after sexual assaults. Consequently, if the attendance for medical follow up turns out to be good/ sufficient, prophylactic (antibiotic) treatment can potentially be omitted.

Assessment of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Administered at Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Clinics

This study will assess the uptake, acceptability, safety, and feasibility of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), consisting of a once-daily fixed-dose combination tablet of emtricitabine (FTC)/tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF), administered at sexually transmitted disease (STD) clinics and a community health center in the United States.

Protect and Connect: Couple HIV Prevention for Drug Involved Male Offenders

This study is a randomized controlled trial (RCT) that will rigorously evaluate the implementation, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a couple-based integrated HIV and drug abuse prevention intervention (Connect II) with drug-involved male offenders charged with misdemeanors and their primary female sexual partners, implemented by frontline providers in Criminal Court, Community Court or probation (CCP) sites in NYC, compared to CCP standard treatment of care services (TA...

Transition to Ferric Citrate Among Hemodialysis and Peritoneal Dialysis Patients

Transition to Ferric Citrate among Hemodialysis and Peritoneal Dialysis Patients: A Phase 4 "Real World" Experience Study from Kaiser Permanente Southern California

ORWH:SCOR on Sex and Gender Factors Affecting Women's Incontinence

This study consists of two studies with overlapping cohorts. One is a follow up epidemiological study of urinary incontinence, the other is a case control study of lower urinary tract dysfunction in women with diabetes. Study One: Subjects for the study will be a retrospective cohort of 2100 middle-aged and older women from a large health maintenance organization who have participated in the Reproductive Risk Factor for Incontinence Study at Kaiser (RRISK). The RRISK I...


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