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One Team: Changing the Culture of Youth Sport With Pregame Safety Huddles

Randomized controlled trial of a behavioral intervention (Pre-Game Safety Huddles) designed to study the impact of huddles on concussion safety in youth sport, primarily regarding intention to report concussive symptoms.


Promoting Sport Participation During Early Parenthood

The primary objective of this investigation is to test the efficacy of two sport participation formats (individual sport, team sport) on key psychosocial outcomes compared to a non-sport condition among parents of young children who were not participating in sport at baseline of the study. Research of this type is important because parents represent a group dealing with numerous challenges and this is a period of time shown to have the greatest decline in physical activi...

Youth and Sport Study

The Youth and Sport Study (YSS) is a 20-22-year follow-up study of Danish teenagers born between 1964 and 1969. Baseline data originate from two different studies carried out in 1983 and 1985, and the follow-up study was carried out in 2005.


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Health & Culture Project: Cultural Factors Underlying Obesity in African-American Adolescents

The overall goal of this study is to examine the relationships between cultural identity and identity-based motivation, physical activity, diet and obesity risk in African-American adolescents. It was hypothesized that African-American youth who self-report a bicultural identity maintain health promotion beliefs and behaviors that reduce obesity risk compared to minority youth who only identify with one culture or neither culture. It was also hypothesized that African-American ...

Cervicovestibular Physiotherapy and Aerobic Exercise in Concussion

Sport concussions are among the most commonly occurring injuries in sport and recreation and pose significant public health implications for Canadians. Many individuals who sustain a concussion recover in the initial 7-10 days but up to 74% of youth and 31% of adults may suffer from persistent symptoms. Little research is currently available evaluating the effects of treatment for individuals who are slower to recover following sport-related concussion. An initial RCT identifie...

Evaluation of a Neck Strengthening Program to Reduce the Risk of Sport-related Concussion

Evaluation of a neck strengthening program as a potential intervention to reduce the risk of sport-related concussion in youth contact and collision sport athletes.

Small-sided Ball Game Training and Protein Intake in Older Adults

The effect of small-sided team sport training and protein intake on muscle mass, physical function, and adaptations important for health in untrained older adults was examined. Forty-eight untrained older (72±6 years) men and women were divided into either a team sport group ingesting a drink high in protein (18 g) immediately and 3 h after each training session (TS-HP, n=13), a team sport group ingesting an isocaloric drink with low protein content (3 g; TS-LP, n=18), and a c...

Using Media to Shift Social Norms of Violence Among Youth

The project will utilize a quasi-experimental design to examine the effectiveness of a community-level, three-year social norming campaign aimed at changing norms of violence among youth 10-24, with West Louisville (WL) as the intervention community and East Nashville, Tennessee as the control community. The project will address the following research questions (RQs): RQ1: To what extent is a social norming campaign effective in changing the descriptive and injunctive no...

Evaluation of Project TEAM (Teens Making Environmental and Activity Modifications)

e purpose of this study is to determine the extent to which Project TEAM (Teens making Environment and Activity Modifications) is an effective, socially valid, and feasible intervention that prepares youth with developmental disabilities ages 14-21 to respond to environmental barriers and increases participation in school, work, and the community. Project TEAM is a manualized intervention co- facilitated by a disability advocate and a licensed professional. The intervention inc...

Integrated Collaborative Care Teams for Youth With Mental Health and/or Addiction Challenges (YouthCan IMPACT)

Among youth, the prevalence of mental health and addiction (MHA) disorders is roughly 20%, yet youth are challenged to access services in a timely fashion. To address MHA system gaps, we propose to test the benefits of an Integrated Collaborative Care Team (ICCT) model for at-risk youth with MHA challenges. In partnership with community agencies, adolescent psychiatry hospital departments, and family health teams, we have developed an innovative model of service provision invol...

Youth-Nominated Support Team Intervention for Suicidal Adolescents

This study will attempt to improve treatment adherence and reduce suicide risk among adolescents who are at risk for attempting suicide.

READYorNot[TM] Brain-Based Disabilities Trial

The purpose of this study is to find out if there is a benefit to using the MyREADY Transition BBD App for brain-based disabilities, compared to not using it. To do this, some of the participants in this study will use the MyREADY Transition BBD App and others will not use the App. Everyone will continue to get the same care they have been getting (their usual care). The study team wants to see how youth will use the MyREADY Transition BBD App as they are getting ready t...

Examining the Effects of a Team-based Running Program

The investigators are interested in finding accessible interventions for youth and young adults that help promote long-term positive mental health functioning. They will be investigating the effects of Team Unbreakable, a 13-week, twice weekly running group, on mental health symptoms, memory, and attention. This intervention will hopefully improve mental health functioning in youth aged 17-25 that are at high risk of developing mental health disorders. Sessions will consist of ...

Primary Prevention of Concussion in Youth Ice Hockey Players

1. Background and Rationale: Little is currently known about intrinsic risk factors for sport-related concussion in youth ice hockey players. Emerging research suggests that alterations in cervical and balance function increase the risk of concussion in youth ice hockey players. Thus, evaluation of a primary prevention program aimed at addressing alterations in cervical and vestibular function may result in a protective effect in reducing the risk of ...

Sub-acute Exercise Following Sport-Related Concussion

Determine the safety and efficacy of sub-maximal aerobic exercise during the subacute phase of recovery following sport-related concussion.

Whole-of-Community Systems Intervention for Youth Population Physical Activity

This study will evaluate the impact of a whole-of-community multi-level adaptive systems intervention on implementation of community change and youth population physical activity. Building on local health department partnerships, the investigators will conduct a two-wave staggered-start community randomized trial with four volunteer rural communities (each having nested school, after-school, scouting/4-H club, youth sport organizations) randomly assigned to intervention or stan...

Sequential Versus Single O2 Levels on Human Embryo Development

Myriads of elements affect human embryo culture in vitro. These include, but not limited to, air quality, culture media, culture temperature, incubator humidity, pH, and O2 levels. O2 tension has been thoroughly investigated and, to date, 5% O2 level is superior to 20%. Reports showed that lowering the O2 from Day 3 of embryo culture seems to be physiological.

Group Culture May Affect Embryo Quality in Assisted Reproduction Technology

One of the vital factors in achieving pregnancies in assisted reproductive technologies (ART) is maximizing embryo quality, which is significantly influenced by embryo culture conditions. A microwell culture system that facilitates group culture, improves embryonic development. The investigators use a new special culture dish to examine the effect of group culture on embryonic development in vitro. Zygotes derived from sibling oocytes were completely denuded from cumulus cells ...

Embryo Development in Microfluidics System of Culture

Embryo culture is a cornerstone of in vitro fertilization treatments. Usually, embryos are cultured in microdrops of culture media in incubators with controlled temperature, humidity and atmosphere. However, these culture systems are static, while in vivo the initial growth of the embryo takes place in the uterine tube and they are submitted to a dynamic environment. The aim of this study is to compare the embryo development on days 2 and 3 of culture morphological features of ...

Blastocyst Culture in a Time-lapse Incubator

Culture media to support development of zygotes to the blastocyst stage is based on two basic philosophies: a single step medium "let-the-embryo-choose" or a sequential medium "back-to-nature". For single step media, there are two types of protocol can be used for the culture of human preimplantation embryos: 1. Interrupted single medium culture, in which the medium is renewed on the Day 3 of embryo culture 2. Uninterrupted single embryo culture, in whic...

Back in the Game: a Smartphone Application to Support Athletes Returning to Sport After Serious Injury

Returning to sport is one of the primary concerns of athletes following injury. Yet, after serious injury, up to 50% of athletes do not return to competitive sport. Psychological factors play an important role in the athlete's return to sport after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction, and physical and psychological readiness to return to sport often do not coincide. There are currently no easily accessible programs for non-professional athletes to help address the p...

Reducing Competitive Anxiety Cheerleader Psychology

Cheerleading is a rapidly growing international sport known for its acrobatic skills and dangerous stunts. The sport presents ample risk for physical trauma, and it is common for athletes to miss extensive time from cheerleading due to injury. The goal of this study is to the see whether the investigators can reduce injury risk among cheerleading athletes by teaching them stress-coping skills to help them relax and reduce their sport-related stress. There exists a link between ...

Prepulse Inhibition in Youth Contact Sports Players

The study's main research question will be investigating whether or not there is a significant difference in Prepulse Inhibition (PPI) as well as startle response probability and magnitude between contact and noncontact youth sports players. The study team will test these questions using a controlled laboratory scenario in which the presentation of startle stimuli can be observed, measured, and quantified in order to compare the results between the two sample populations. Durin...

Stimulant vs. Non-stimulant Treatments and Reward Processing in Drug-naive Youth at SUD Risk

The study team will examine the effects of FDA approved stimulant and non-stimulant medications for ADHD, among youth with ADHD and with and without Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) or Conduct Disorder (CD), on reward systems of the brain using fMRI.

The Impact of Acute (2 h) and Short-term (4 Days) Nitrate Supplementation in the Form of Red Beet Root Juice on Intense Intermittent Exercise Performance.

Both acute ingestion (1-3 h) and chronic supplementation (3-30 days) with dietary nitrate has been shown to increase nitric oxide activity and, in some studies, to improve exercise economy, exercise tolerance, and endurance exercise performance. In addition, more recent evidence suggests that dietary nitrate has the potential to enhance team-sport-specific high-intensity intermittent exercise performance. Indeed, chronic dietary nitrate supplementation (2-6 days) has been repor...


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