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Learning From Online Video Education for Controlled Ovarian Stimulation

The Learning from Online Video Education (LOVE) study seeks to determine if online instructional videos on how to administer medication needed for in vitro fertilization (IVF) help improve the quality of life and reduce stress during the IVF process.


Love, Sex & Choices: A Web Series on Mobile Devices to Reduce Black Women's HIV Risk

This study tests a 12-episode Internet-based, guide enhanced Love, Sex, & Choices (LSC) HIV prevention soap opera video series for smartphones or computers, in a randomized clinical trial among predominately at-risk African American urban women. The following hypotheses are to be tested: 1) The LSC treatment arm will show lower unprotected sex risk, meaning lower frequency of unprotected sex (vaginal + anal) with high risk partners at 6 months post intervention compared to an ...

Safety and Pharmacokinetic Study of Intravenous Acetaminophen Administration in Pediatric Inpatients

We are doing this study to find out what happens to acetaminophen in the body after it is given to children through the vein. Children's bodies may handle drugs differently than adults. Understanding how long the drug stays in the body and how the drug is changed or metabolized by the body (called pharmacokinetics) is an important step in learning what the best dose of acetaminophen for children should be. We are also interested in learning about the safety of this medication...


International CoolSculpting: Study to Evaluate Patient Satisfaction for Non-Invasive Fat Reduction in Abdomen and/or Flanks (iCOOL)

This study aims to generate data that conveys subjects' experiences such as their overall satisfaction with the CoolSculpting treatment for their belly and love handles. By doing this, the study will provide insights for doctors to better inform subjects about the expected outcomes.

Reducing HIV Risk in Urban Women: Soap Opera Videos on Video-Capable Cell Phones

Background: Love, Sex, and Choices (LSC) is a soap opera video series created to reduce HIV sex risk in women. Methods: LSC was compared to text messages in a randomized trial in 238 high-risk mostly Black young urban women. 117 received 12-weekly LSC videos, 121 received 12-weekly HIV prevention messages on smartphones. Changes in unprotected sex with high risk partners were compared by mixed models.

Effects of Radiation Therapy on the Body in Patients With Stage III Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

RATIONALE: Learning about the effects of radiation therapy on the body's muscles, organs, and bones in patients with stage III non-small cell lung cancer may help doctors plan the best treatment. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying the effects of radiation therapy on the body in patients with stage III non-small cell lung cancer.

HOPPLearning - Active Learning in Elementary Schools

HOPP Learning will be implemented in elementary schools in the Horten municipality and will assess the effect of a combined pedagogical approach, active learning, on a large student population. Students are to increase their amount of physical activity with learning, during a school day by one hour.

Testing the Neuroscience of Guided Learning in Depression

Major depression is a prevalent and impairing illness. To better understand the basic science and treatment of depression, the investigators study the behavioral and brain processes associated with learning in depression and how potential disruptions in learning may be repaired. Understanding different methods that change learning may lead to novel treatments that contribute to recovery in people with depression.

Comparison of 3 Learning Methods to Improve Independent Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) in Alzheimer Disease

This study is a comparison of 3 learning techniques, Errorless learning, modelling and trial and error, in the relearning of IADL of Alzheimer patients from mild to moderately severe dementia. Tailored IADL will be chosen for each patient (n=300) and trained in individualized sessions for 6 weeks. This study focuses on the relationship between learning techniques, IADL and memory processes, in a threefold way: 1. it will determine which of the of the three lear...

Sonification Emdodied Associations

The objective of this study to investigate, if learning and recall of a sequence of body movements (steps that realize a pattern on the ground) can be improved by self-produced music (having particular melodic-structures in relation to the pattern), compared to the same sound (a single tone) for each pattern in persons with multiple sclerosis compared to age and gender matched controls

Modification of Pavlovian and Instrumental Learning in Human Addiction

The project aims at investigating modifications of environmental factors (i.e. cues and stress) relevant for learning mechanisms in addictive disorders.

Adult Broad Learning Experiment (ABLE): Feasibility Study

This study evaluates the feasibility of enrolling and retaining older adults in a 15-week intervention that will implement six factors from early childhood experiences: individualized scaffolding (having a responsive teacher), forgiving environment (allowing the learner to make and learn from mistakes), growth mindset (believing that abilities can develop with effort), open-minded learning (exploring new experiences), serious commitment to learning (adopting a "learning" lifest...

Protocol for Evaluation of eLearning of Quality Improvement Methods

This study evaluates the use of eLearning of quality improvement methods. Participants who use eLearning only, facilitated learning only and a combination of eLearning and facilitated learning will complete questionnaires and be interviewed to establish the effect of eLearning of quality improvement methods to improve knowledge, change in behaviour and impact on healthcare services for better patient care.

Teachers Thriving Together

This is a randomized, controlled, hybrid implementation-effectiveness design.whose primary aim is to examine the impact of ParentCorps plus Thrive Professional Learning, relative to Thrive Professional Learning and Inspire Professional Learning alone, on teachers' classroom teaching (knowledge, beliefs, skills and practice related to family engagement and social emotional learning) and teachers' social emotional development. The study also aims to understand the impact of Thriv...

Study Assessing the Feasibility of Mini-MobileHeart's E-learning Module

In the pilot trial cardiac patients will be provided with e-learning videos, 2 à 5 times/week during the 4-week trial period.

Can we Accelerate Learning in Healthy Subjects?

The purpose of this study is to investigate whether we can accelerate learning and improve associative memory performance in healthy subjects, by (1) applying transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) during a verbal paired-associate learning task and by (2) optimizing the learning method with repeated retrieval practice.

A Comparison of Learning Method (CAM-ICU) Between E-learning and Conventional Face-to-face Lecture and Demonstration

Delirium is an acute and fluctuating disturbance of consciousness characterized by reduced attention, impaired cognition and perception, usually resulting from general physical conditions. Delirium contributes to longer hospital length of stay, increased mortality, increased healthcare costs, and long-term cognitive and functional impairment. However, it is often underdiagnosed and undertreated. E-learning (electronic learning) proves to be a time-efficient, flexible and conven...

Influence of Dogs on Learning in Children

In a randomised controlled cross-over study, the influence of interacting with a dog on children's learning performance is investigated.

Learning Curve for Robot-Assisted Gastrectomy in Gastric Cancer

The investigators prospectively collected the clinical data of Da Vinci robot-assisted radical gastrectomy patients conducted by the same group of physicians from October 2017 to October 2018. The learning curve of the surgery was analyzed with the moving average method and the cumulative sum analysis (CUSUM). The short-term efficacy was then validated by comparing the perioperative and pathologic outcomes of patients in the two stages of the learning curve.

Mindful Movement for Breast Cancer Survivors

The purpose of this study is to determine if participating in a Mindful Movement Program (MMP) (learning how to be mindful in one's movement), positively affects the body's immune functions improves mindfulness and reduces worries about cancer returning. All participants will be in this study about three months.

Machine Learning in Myeloma Response

Diffusion-weighted Whole Body Magnetic Resonance Imaging (WB-MRI) is a new technique that builds on existing Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technology. It uses the movement of water molecules in human tissue to define with great accuracy cancerous cells from normal cells. Using this technique the investigators can much more accurately define the spread and rate of cancer growth. This information is vital in the selection of patients' treatment pathways. WB-MRI images are obta...

Online Distance Learning Outcomes Compared to Traditional Classroom Learning in Medicine

To test whether our educational methodology is associated with increasing learning of participants. Our second objective was to test the hypothesis that learning in an online classroom would result in similar outcomes as the traditional classroom.

Stress, Sex, and Fear

The impact of well-known risk factors for such disorders (stress, biological sex, anxiety-related dispositions) on fear generalization will be examined. Findings from this study may provide insight into how these risk factors influence the development and/or maintenance of psychological disorders that involve overgeneralization of fear and could facilitate future approaches to their treatment.

Translation and Adaptation of Learning Organisation Survey for French Speaking Countries

Learning organizations need a diagnostic tool that allows them to assess how well their team, department or the entire institution is performing, that allow them identify areas of improvement. In turn, having that tool in your own language (in this case French) and adapted to your own context, gives reliability and ease of application. Health organizations are starting to use more and more tools like this that allow them to improve their learning capabilities and therefore thei...

Whole Body Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) for Detection of Cancer Metastases

The objective of this pilot study is to develop and evaluate a whole body MRI technique for detecting cancer metastases. The whole body MRI will include T1-weighted and T2-weighted phase-sensitive MR imaging as well as diffusion weighted imaging of the whole body in multiple patient table stations.


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