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Pilot study for assessing the effectiveness of a Navigator program to aid in clinical trial participation amongst the Chinese demographic


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A Patient Navigation Program to Increase Access to Early Supportive Care in Patients With Stage IV Solid Tumors

In this randomized clinical trial, patients with Stage IV solid tumors will be enrolled in a patient navigator-led generalist palliative and supportive care intervention or in usual care led by their treating physician. The patient navigator will assess the patient's palliative and supportive care needs using standardized quality of life and symptoms questionnaires and present this assessment to a multidisciplinary team composed of oncologists and palliative care specialist. Th...

Colorectal Cancer Screening Navigator Program for Low Income and Non-English Speaking Populations

The goal of this study is to implement and in a controlled randomised trial test a program to identify and overcome barriers to CRC screening and thus improve CRC screening rates at MGH Chelsea HC. Our hypothesis is that a bilingual navigator program, enhanced by using trained interpreting staff will improve CRC screening rates at MGH Chelsea HC overall, and decrease disparities between patients with limited English proficiency and English speakers


Patient Perceptions and Willingness to Enroll in Clinical Trials

The objective of our study is to determine which factors affect willingness to participate in gynecologic oncology clinical trials. Women with a diagnosis of gynecologic malignancy will be approached to complete a survey assessing willingness to participate in clinical trials. The validated Attitudes and Randomized Trials Questionnaire (ARTQ) will be used to assess willingness to participate.

Increasing Access of Latinas Into Breast Cancer Clinical Trials

"Increasing Access of Latinas into Breast Cancer Clinical Trials" aims to develop and pilot test a multi-communications approach - using a culturally relevant computer video, a tailored booklet and a patient navigator (PN) - to empower Latinas to make informed decisions about breast cancer clinical trials (BCCTs). This two-year study features a cohort design with random assignment of Latina breast cancer patients from the CTRC to an intervention or usual care control group (56 ...

Patients Navigator for Organized Colorectal Cancer Screening

The main objective is to evaluate the impact of the recruitment and training of a peer-navigator on the participation rate of colorectal cancer screening among underserved area. The role of the navigator is to establish an intervention culturally-tailored to the inhabitants in order to promote the Fecal Occult Blood test (FOBT) and accompany the inhabitants to complementary exams, if needed.

FOCUS:Families OverComing Under Stress

The FOCUS program (study treatment) is an established evidence-based intervention whose redesign for families and couples dealing with serious and chronic illnesses will provide a creative and promising supplement to the existing support services at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. All participants will receive the 10-weeks of 75-minute weekly study treatment, but will be split into two groups, the immediate treatment group and the wait list treatment group, who will receive the st...

Iwin: Individual Well-Being Navigator

The overarching objective of this proposal is to conduct a randomized trial to evaluate the effectiveness of the Individual Well-Being Navigator (Iwin) mobile application, a substance abuse prevention and well-being enhancement program designed specifically for military personnel. Iwin provides an innovative, tailored mobile application using best practices in behavior change science and innovative technology to assist military personnel in preventing substance abuse and enhanc...

International Navigator Hypoglycaemia Study

The purpose of this study is to determine if the incidence and duration of hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar) is reduced through the use of the FreeStyle Navigator Continuous Glucose Monitoring System in people with Type 1 diabetes mellitus at good glycemic control. The investigators hypothesize that the access to real-time continuous glucose concentration data along with alarms will enable people with type 1 diabetes at reasonable metabolic control to reduce the time spent in hyp...

Optimizing PrEP Adherence for Young Men Who Have Sex With Men

The specific aims of this study are: 1. To explore perceived facilitators and barriers to initiating and adhering to HIV PRE-EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS (PrEP) among at-risk YOUNG MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN (YMSM). 2. To assess the acceptability and feasibility of a culturally-tailored peer navigator program to optimize adherence to PrEP among YMSM.

Registration Enabling Study of the Safety and Efficacy of the Use of the Navigator Circulatory Management System

A multicentre, open, RCT to assess the safety and efficacy of the Navigator Guided Circulatory Management System versus conventional care in post-operative cardiac surgery patients. The purpose of the study is to demonstrate that the real time acquisition and subsequent processing and display of data produced by the Navigator guided circulatory management system provides the clinician with appropriate data and guidance to achieve and maintain a prescribed target haemodynamic s...

Does a Peer Navigator Improve Quality of Life at Diagnosis for Women With Breast Cancer?

Women indicate the greatest needs for counseling at the time of initial diagnosis for primary breast cancer. The time of initial diagnosis is also often the time of greatest need for information for women and their families. However, this is the time when a woman, overwhelmed by shock and trauma, is least likely to absorb information provided or seek new sources of information. An informed peer navigator with carefully trained communication skills can judge the level of inform...

Integrated Care & Patient Navigators for Latinos With Serious Mental Illness

The health care needs of people with serious mental illness are exacerbated by ethnic health disparities. Latinos with serious mental illness show significant health problems compared to other ethnic groups. Therefore, this project is to develop a meaningful peer-navigator program for Latinos with serious mental illness using community-based participatory research (CBPR). Investigators are currently working with seven Hispanic/Latinos with a mental illness that have formed our...

Navigating the Challenges of Chronic Kidney Disease

The study's purpose is to address the challenges of providing stage-appropriate chronic kidney disease (CKD) education and care by developing innovative programs using a CKD Patient Navigator system and an EHR (electronic health record)-based enhanced electronic communication system specific for a CKD patient and her/his physicians/caregivers. The investigators plan a randomized controlled trial of these innovations to examine the utility and effectiveness of these special inte...

Evaluating Innovations in Transition From Pediatric to Adult Care - The Transition Navigator Trial

The Transition Navigator Trial (TNT) is a pragmatic randomized controlled trial evaluating the effectiveness of usual care plus a patient navigator service versus usual care plus newsletters and other educational materials, to improve transition outcomes among adolescents aged 16-21 who have chronic health conditions requiring transfer to adult specialty care. The study will provide urgently needed data to guide health care providers and policy makers regarding the provision o...

Evaluation of a Navigator-Nurse Care Team on the Management of High Blood Pressure and Cardiovascular Disease Risk

The purpose of this trial is to study the effect of a patient navigator-nurse team in improving the management of hypertension and other cardiovascular disease risk factors in a health care system taking care of a vulnerable, mostly Latino population.

Navigator 1.5 Accuracy Study

The purpose of the study is to confirm that the accuracy and safety of Version 1.5 of the FreeStyle Navigator Continuous Glucose Monitoring System are not impacted by the updates to the system algorithm and minor changes to the user interface and sensor delivery unit, such as adhesive sterilization method. It is anticipated that information collected will be submitted as a supplement to Premarket Approval Application (P050020) to the US Food and Drug Administration for approva...

Hospital Visit as Opportunity for Prevention and Engagement for HIV-Infected Drug Users

Primary Objective: This study will evaluate the most effective strategy in achieving HIV virologic suppression among HIV-infected substance users recruited from the hospital setting who are randomly assigned to one of three treatment conditions: 1) Patient Navigator (PN); 2) Patient Navigator + Contingency Management (PN+CM); and 3) Treatment as Usual (TAU). Primary Hypothesis: The rate of viral suppression (plasma HIV viral load of

Attitudes and Knowledge Regarding Clinical Trials in Underserved Populations Receiving Care at the Comprehensive Cancer Center of Wake Forest University

This pilot research trial studies minority patients receiving care at the Comprehensive Cancer Center of Wake Forest University (CCCWFU) to see what their attitudes are regarding the healthcare they receive and how much they know about clinical trials. Clinical trials are an important way to test healthcare treatments and need diverse participants to be most effective. Studying what minority patients think about healthcare and clinical trials may help researchers learn more abo...

Helping Poor Smokers Quit

Using a 2x2 randomized factorial design, we will conduct a statewide field trial in Missouri to compare the relative and combined effects of these two strategies for augmenting an existing, evidence-based tobacco quitline program. Among 2000 low-income smokers, half will receive standard Missouri quitline services and half will receive new Specialized Quitline services targeted to this group. In each of these groups, half also will receive calls from a trained navigator to help...

Nurse-Led Heart Failure Care Transition Intervention for African Americans: The Navigator Program

Heart failure (HF) affects over 5 million Americans with HF morbidity reaching epidemic proportions. Annual rates of new and recurrent HF events including hospitalization and mortality are higher among African Americans. In this study, the investigators are testing an interdisciplinary model for heart failure care, with focus on enhancing self management and use of telehealth, which has significant potential to improve self management and outcomes. The main purpose of t...

Effectiveness of Lay Navigators in Meeting Cancer Patients' Non-Clinical Needs: A Pilot Study

The Stanford Cancer Center is undertaking a Transformation Initiative in order to improve the quality of care, make it more patient-centered and coordinated across the continuum of care. The newest innovation is to introduce lay navigators to specified high-need patients. The larger goal of the project is to assess whether lay navigators can address non-clinical patient needs in a timely fashion and appropriately connect them with their clinical team when warranted. It is expec...

An Observational Study of Long-term Outcomes of HIV-1 Infection in Persons Who Become HIV-1 Infected After Enrollment in HIV-1 Vaccine Trials

An observational study of long-term outcomes of HIV-1 infection in persons who become infected after enrollment in HIV-1 vaccine trials

Oral Hygiene Intervention Pilot Study

The main goals of this pilot study are to develop a nursing home-customized oral hygiene protocol, intended to be delivered primarily by dental hygienists and primary care providers, and to identify potential obstacles and barriers to overcome in designing a subsequent definitive study on the same topic.

Collision Warning Device for Blind and Visually Impaired

This study evaluates a novel collision warning device to help people with severe vision impairment or blindness avoid collisions with obstacles. The main hypothesis to be tested is that the device reduces the number of collisions with obstacles in everyday activities.


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