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22:22 EDT 19th September 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Developing Smokers for Smoker (S4S): A Collective Intelligence Tailoring System

This study will advance computer tailoring by adapting machine learning collective intelligence algorithms that have been used outside healthcare by companies like Amazon and Google to enhance the personal relevance of the health communication.


An Exploratory Study on the Risk Behaviours and Its Associated Psychosocial Factors in Hong Kong Chinese Youth Smokers

The aims of this study were: (1) to examine the risk behaviours, lifestyle and its associated psychosocial factors for youth smokers; and (2) to explore the relationships among self-esteem, depressive symptoms and quality of life in youth smokers.

The Influence of Collective Schemas on Individual Memory

Schemas describe mental structures storing recurrent and organized pattern of information. Schemas may have a strong influence on the process of storing and retrieving new information into memory. Previous approaches in the cognitive neuroscience of memory have entirely focused on the individual dimension of preexisting schemas. In the real world though, much of the researchers' experiences and knowledge are collective or shared. Such social-cultural frameworks stored in collec...


Activity Behaviours in Patients With Malignant Pleural Effusion

The purpose of this research is to objectively assess activity behaviours (i.e., physical activity and sedentary behaviour) in patients with malignant pleural effusion. First, we aim to describe the physical activity and sedentary behavior of patients with MPE in Hong Kong. Secondarily, we aim to assess the relationships between activity behaviours and survival, quality of life, and respiratory symptoms e.g. shortness of breath.

Knowledge Attitudes Behaviours and Practices Regarding HIV of Sex Workers in the French Antilles

The aim of the study was to determine the knowledge attitudes, behaviours and practices of sex workers regarding HIV in Martinique, guadeloupe and Saint martin.

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...

Laparoscopic Transvaginal Hybrid Cholecystectomy: a Prospective Data Collection.

Transvaginal hybrid procedures especially the transvaginal hybrid cholecystectomy are of interest as an available NOTES-Procedure for the clinical routine. Few authors have demonstrated the feasibility and safety in a selected patient collective. The aim of this prospective data collection is to evaluate the feasibility in the clinical routine in a non select patient collective. Therefore all patients giving the informed consent to the transvaginal hybrid cholecystectomy...

Eating Behaviours, Diet and Gastrointestinal Symptoms in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders

This case-control study aims to compare the differences in eating behaviours, nutritional status, diet quality and gastrointestinal (GI) health between Chinese children aged 3-6 years with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) (n=65) and typically developing children (TDC) (n=65).

Sedentary Intervention Trial in Cardiac Rehabilitation

Exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation (CR) has been shown to consistently reduce the rates of total and cardiovascular-related mortality and morbidity. Sedentary behaviours have been shown to be high in patients with cardiovascular disease, but it is not yet known if current CR programming results in significant reductions in these behaviours, or whether a targeted component is warranted. It is also unclear if self-reported sedentary time measures can provide valid and reliable...

Improving the Behavioural Impact of Air Quality Alerts

The evidence shows that adherence to air quality advice to adopt protective behaviours during pollution episodes is suboptimal, and that the traditional strategy of simply informing people about high pollution episodes is not effective. The aim of the present study was to investigate how to improve the behavioural impact of existing air quality alert messages through a systematic manipulation of key communication variables, including perceived susceptibility, self-efficacy, res...

Knowledge Attitudes Behaviours and Practices Regarding HIV of Men Who Have Sex With Men in the French Antilles and French Guiana

determine the Knowledge attitudes behaviours and practices regarding HIV of men who have sex with men in the French Antilles and French Guiana

Brief Study to Examine How Phone Call Follow-up for Individuals Sent to the Community After Presenting With Suicidal Thoughts or Behaviours Affects Future Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviours.

This goal of this research is to examine the efficacy and feasibility of starting a phone call follow-up program for individuals discharged to the community after presenting to the Crisis Response Centre (CRC), a standalone mental health facility in Winnipeg, with suicidal ideation or behaviours. Currently there is no worldwide gold standard for how best to follow-up with individuals following presentations to health services with suicidal ideation or behaviours, despite the pe...

An Evaluation of Massage Therapy in a Multisensory Environment for Residents With Intellectual Disabilities

The aim of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of multisensory environment (MSE) and/or massage therapy (MT) in residents with severe and profound intellectual disabilities (ID) who received massage therapy in MSE, activities in MSE alone, massage therapy in usual care environment, or usual care with attention. Since there has not yet been any conclusive evidence to show the clinical efficacy of MT and MSE on relaxation and reducing challenging behaviours, the followin...

The Effect of Social Media Use on Eating Behaviours

This project aims to explore how social media use, in particular food photography, influences eating behaviours. It will be approached through three methods - a correlational experience sampling method, an experimental experience sampling method, and an experimental laboratory method.

Clinical and Pharmacogenetic Study of Attention Deficit With Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Attention deficit with hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a very common behavioral problem during childhood. It is estimated that up to 80% of this disorder could be related to genetic factors. The most common treatment for ADHD is psychostimulants. In this study, the researchers investigate the effect of genetic variants in increasing the risk for behaviours pertinent to ADHD or in modulating the response of these behaviours to methylphenidate. Response to methylphenidate is eva...

Oral Health Promotion Among Preschool Children With Special Needs

Establishing good oral health-related habit is challenging among younger children, especially for preschool children with special needs, as they have physical, mental, sensory, behavioural, emotional, and chronic medical conditions that requires health care beyond the routines. Existing evidences showed that children with special needs have poorer oral health status and more challenging behaviours than their counterparts in main stream schools. Visual pedagogy, such as social s...

Promoting Safety Behaviours in Antenatal Care Using a Video

This study investigates the effect of a video which teaches 15 safety behaviours for women subject to intimate partner violence (IPV) during pregnancy. Half of the women screening positive for IPV during pregnancy will view the intervention video. The other half will view a control video.

The Effect of Social Media on Eating Behaviours

This project aims to explore how social media use, in particular food photography, influences eating behaviours. It will be approached through three methods - a correlational experience sampling method, an experimental experience sampling method, and an experimental laboratory method. This registration describes the experimental laboratory method.

The Effect of Social Media Use on Eating Behaviours

This project aims to explore how social media use, in particular food photography, influences eating behaviours. It will be approached through three methods - a correlational experience sampling method, an experimental experience sampling method, and an experimental laboratory method. This registration describes the experimental experience sampling method.

Pre/Post Evaluation of Living Green and Healthy for Teens (LiGHT)

This study is the first of three sub-studies aimed at evaluating the outcomes of Living Green, Healthy for Teens (LiGHT v2.1), an app for 13 to 17 year -olds and their families that is intended to help them shift from an unhealthy lifestyle toward better health habits in three areas: physical activity, nutrition and sedentary behaviours. This first evaluation has the following aims to: 1) describe reach; 2) determine utilization/adherence to strategies implemented in the app an...

Effect of Different Working Conditions on Risk Factors in Dentists Versus Trainers

The aim of the study is to validate the sanitary consequences of dental studies respectively the longtime executed profession. In comparison to this cohort we will also check a collective of subjects with an optimum of physical activity.

Screening for Excessive Gambling Behaviors on the Internet

The Internet medium is particularly vector for gambling problems. Since the opening of the online gambling sector in France, no screening for excessive gambling behaviours is provided for by the law, although it is known that preventive actions are more effective if they are implemented early in the gambler's career. The investigators propose to develop a model for screening excessive gambling practices based on the gambling behaviours observed on French gambling websites, cou...

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The DNA-Based Lifestyle Enhancement Trial

Despite the known cardiovascular benefits of regular physical activity and having a balanced diet, it has proven challenging to change health behaviours towards favourable lifestyles. The overarching aim of the study is to test the effect of providing personalized genetic information along with diet and exercise plans on adherence to healthy lifestyle habits and cardio-metabolic risk. There is tremendous public interest in genetics and some evidence that providing genetic infor...

Mechanistic and Molecular Study of the Process of Metastatic Dissemination in Colorectal Cancer

To confirm the role of the collective dissemination in the mechanisms of tumoral invasion of colorectal cancers

Effectiveness of OHP in Improving Self-efficacy in Patients With Diabetes Mellitus

Addressing the increasing trend in diabetes and mental illness co-morbidities, Malaysia is currently in need of a self- management program that promotes patient empowerment and overall well-being - beyond education. Committing to the self-care behaviours is highly dependent on the individual's self-efficacy. Self-efficacy has been shown to have a direct positive relationship with self-care behaviours, direct negative relationship with psychological distress and depression. Self...


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