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19:41 EST 16th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Early Group Based Parental Support Within Child Health Service - Group Leadership

All parents in Sweden are offered group based parental support within Child Health Service (CHS) but only 40% participate. Nurses feel insecure in their group leadership and express a need for education in group leadership and group dynamics. Most CHC nurses do not have formal education or training in group leadership and the aim of this study was to evaluate a group based education program in group leadership for Child Health Care (CHC) nurses.


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Oregon Military Employee Sleep and Health Study

This study is a randomized controlled trial that will assess the effects of (1) the Family-Supportive Supervisor Behavior (FSSB) and Sleep Leadership training and (2) sleep/cognitive effectiveness feedback intervention on health and well-being among full-time employees in the Oregon National Guard, their supervisors, and their families. The interventions involving both health protection and health promotion are expected to contribute to improvements in employees' and their supe...

Testing the Leadership and Organizational Change for Implementation (LOCI) Intervention

This study will test the effects of the Leadership and Organizational Change for Implementation (LOCI) intervention in facilitating evidence-based practice (EBP) implementation in substance use disorder (SUD) and HIV services settings. LOCI improves implementation leadership and organizational support to develop strategic climate for EBP implementation. Greater efficiency and effectiveness of EBP implementation will improve the public health impact of evidence-based health and ...


Adopting the LOCI Intervention in Norwegian Mental Health Clinics

The project will develop knowledge on how managers can lead the implementation of practices that have proven to be effective for post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD) in child and adult specialized mental health services. Specifically, the project will test the effectiveness of an innovation named the Leadership and Organizational Change for Implementation (LOCI). This is an empirically and theoretically based innovation for implementation leadership that aims to support leade...

Leadership Instructions Improve Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in a High Fidelity Simulation

Whether teaching leadership with a short debriefing has a positive influence on the performance of cardiopulmonary resuscitation remains largely unknown. The investigators will assess the sustained efficacy of a short leadership debriefing compared to a technical debriefing in a high fidelity simulated cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

Implementation of a Population Health Chronic Disease Management Program

A pilot program was created by the network's primary care leadership team at Massachusetts General Hospital. A population health management program was implemented for chronic disease management. The investigators evaluated quality of care process and outcome measures over the first six months of the program and compared practices assigned a central population health coordinator to those not assigned this support.

The Effect of Integrated Leading, Managing and Governing for Result Model on Maternity Health Services

The need for leading people, managing work, and governing organizations never changed over the civilization paths of society. However, people in every pole of the globe observe: over-led and under-managed, over-managed and under-governed, and even out of these organizations. These disparities have remained worse in the health system of developing countries like Ethiopia. To date, Ethiopia put a goal of ending preventable child and maternal death, in achieving universal h...

Impact of a Regional Program Agir Sur Sa SantE

The prevention and control of lifestyle-related non-communicable chronic diseases, including diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disorders, that share common risk factors, has now become a major focus of the World Health Organization. Lifestyle modification, like improvement of diet, physical activity and tobacco cessation, is the corner stone of diabetes and cardio-metabolic chronic diseases (CMCD) prevention and management. Under the leadership of decision-makers of our regi...

Quality End-of-Life Care in Nursing Homes

The purpose of this study is to examine key organizational structures and processes (leadership, teamwork, communication, palliative care) and their impact on the quality of end-of-life care for dying residents and their family members.

Nurse-led Care Models in Swiss Nursing Homes: Improving Interprofessional Care for Better Resident Outcomes (INTERCARE)

This implementation science project aims to implement a nurse-led model of care in 11 nursing homes in the German speaking part of Switzerland, to reduce avoidable hospitalisations. The model will be introduced using a non-randomized stepped-wedge design. First, training will be delivered to leadership teams and to geriatric nurse experts, secondly after a baseline measurement period, including distribution of questionnaires and collection of resident data mainly national quali...

Impact of Employee Health Promotion Course on Health Promotion in the Work Place.

People of working age spend most of their day at work, and usually have less time to participate in other activities, the work day in Israel being one of the longest in the OECD. Work places, therefore, present the most suitable setting for health interventions, as they are an accessible and available framework and have real potential of creating change. The current Health Promotion in the Work Place training course aims to train female employees to design, implement, and eval...

An Approach to "Move a Little & Often" With Health Conditions

People with long term conditions such as diabetes and arthritis, and who also have depression spend a lot of time sedentary during the day. This is because they face many barriers to being active, such as pain and fatigue. Being sedentary is problematic because it is associated with poorer health in the long term. Common sedentary behaviours are watching television and using the computer; these behaviours are labelled as screen-based sedentary behaviours. An intervention to re...

Mental Health Care Coordination for Transition Aged Youth

This study seeks to quantify the impact of recommended mental health care coordination practices on patient experiences of care, (i.e. satisfaction, stigma, quality of mental health care), evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of the intervention (i.e. care coordination, timing, unmet needs), and assess mental health outcomes (i.e. symptoms and functioning, involvement with law enforcement/juvenile justice system; rates of substance use /abuse, service utilization) in a pop...

Translating Evidence-based Interventions for ASD: Multi-Level Implementation Strategy

The purpose of this study is to test the effectiveness of the "Translating Evidence-based Interventions (EBI) for ASD: Multi-Level Implementation Strategy" (TEAMS) model on provider-level implementation outcomes when used to enhance provider training in two evidence-based interventions for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The TEAMS- Leadership Institute (TLI) module includes training to program/school district leaders in implementation of EBI, and the TEAMS Individ...

Safer Care for Older People in (Residential) Environments

The overall aim of the program is to advance knowledge translation science in order to improve clinical and staff related outcomes in long term care facilities (nursing homes) in western Canada. SCOPE will assess the effect of Care Aide led Quality Improvement efforts on staff quality of work life as well as resident quality of care. A key element of SCOPE is a leadership development stream which introduces complexity science and education on quality improvement which aims to s...

The Effectiveness of Health Facility-based and Community-based Care for Tuberculosis

The purpose of the study is whether the provision of tuberculosis care using volunteer community health workers or self-administered treatment for 7 months is equally effective with the existing 8 months of TB care in public health facilities by health workers. Patient care by volunteer community health workers and 7 months of self-administered treatment are more patient-convenient delivery options than the ongoing TB care in health facility.

An Integrated Model of Primary Care in Mental Health

Managed care systems rely on primary care providers as gatekeepers to make sensible decisions regarding the use of expensive health care resources. While this model has some intuitive appeal in terms of its potential for decreasing health care costs, it may not be applicable in VA medical centers, where patients are often medically complex and socioeconomically vulnerable. Thus, other strategies to integrate generalist and specialist care are required.

A Phased-Implementation Feasibility and Proof-of-Concept Study to Assess Incorporating the NIDA CTN Common Data Elements (CDEs) Into the Electronic Health Record (EHR) in Large Primary Care Settings ("CDE-EHR-PC" Study), Phase 2

This is a 4-phase study to implement the NIDA (Common Data Elements) Common Data Elements (CDEs) in primary care settings. The study will be conducted at three adult primary care clinics, in two large health systems. Each phase will include deliverables essential to move to the next phase, and an independent Advisory Committee will review progress and make recommendations at each transition about how best to progress to each subsequent phase. Based on progress during earlier ph...

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Among VA Ambulatory Care Patients

Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) occurs in response to an extreme traumatic stressor. It is estimated that as many as 1 million VA patients who were exposed to combat may have PTSD. VA patients with PTSD recently have been designated as a �Special Emphasis� population for which health care resources are allocated at approximately 14 times those allocated to patients without such chronic, complex, and intensive health care needs (i.e., �Basic Care� groups). Despite ...

Nurses' Foot Health and Work Well-being

This study supports and promotes work well-being of nursing personnel from the perspective of foot health in health care organizations. Half of the participants will receive an electronic foot health education program to improve their foot self-care knowledge, while the other will receive anything. The outcomes of this project include recommendations and tested educational program to occupational health care for improving foot health of nurses.

Adapting the Bipolar Care Model for Chronic Care Management in Community-based Health Care Sites

This study will determine if a version of the bipolar care model adapted for a nonresearch audience can improve patient health and correct use of the model in community-based mental health care sites.

Supporting Family Carers to People Living With Symptoms of Dementia at Home up to the End of Life

This is a qualitative study that will seek to gain further understanding of the support needs of family carers to people living with symptoms of dementia up to the end of life. Family carers are friends, family members or neighbours who provide informal unpaid care to someone with symptoms of dementia. The experience of providing this care may result in family carers developing unmet needs that impact adversely on their total wellbeing. This research is potentially beneficial ...

Comparative Effectiveness of Health System vs. Multilevel Interventions to Reduce Hypertension Disparities

The investigators refined research aim is to determine if a clinic-based collaborative care team, including a community health worker (CHW) to deliver community-based contextualized care, reduces disparities in blood pressure control rates, lowers cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk, and improves outcomes among patients with hypertension and other common comorbid conditions when compared to standard of care health system approaches to CVD risk management, including audit and feed...

Enhancing Systems of Care: Supporting Families and Improving Youth Outcomes

The aim of the study is to improve access to child mental health and substance abuse (MH/SA) care by expanding primary care screening and increasing availability of timely mental health evaluation and treatment.

Using Telehealth to Improve Psychiatric Symptom Management

The overarching aim of this study is to evaluate whether telehealth leads to better mental health outcomes and decreased use of acute and crisis-based mental health care services by randomly assigning 300 people with serious mental illness (SMI) and psychiatric instability receiving services at 1 of 2 community mental health centers (CMHCs), each of which offers integrated behavioral and primary health care, to either Health Home Usual Care alone or telehealth plus Health Home ...


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