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16:01 EST 18th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Pediatric Preventative Health Screenings - Obesity and Family-Centered Outcomes

In 2012, an Expert Panel of the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute published guidelines on cardiovascular health and risk reduction in children; among these guidelines were screening recommendations for obesity and obesity-related conditions. Following publication of this report there was a call for caution and for increased patient (parent, child) input on implementing these guidelines. There are limited current studies evaluating patient-centered outcomes (PCO) in the we...


A Brief Family-centered Care Program for Bipolar Disorder

Family interventions have been emphasized in the treatment of BPD and have benefits for patients' symptoms and health; however, the effects of family interventions on family function and caregivers' health-related outcomes have not been well investigated. This randomized controlled trial with 47 hospitalized patient-with-BPD/family-caregiver dyads at a medical center in northern Taiwan compared the effects of a brief family-centered care (BFCC) program with treatment-as-usual (...

Evaluation of Online Training Tools in Pediatric Resuscitation

The primary objective is to conduct a randomized controlled trial (RCT) to assess the impact of an online skills training module on 1) individual providers' self-rated confidence and comfort with and current practice of family centered care (FCC) skills; and 2) assess team performance of FCC and resuscitative care skills during simulated pediatric resuscitation scenarios.


Wellness and Weight Family Group Project

The purpose of the current study is examine the feasibility and efficacy of providing a behavioral family intervention in 30 youth 10 to 17 years of age who are obese and attending a multidisciplinary pediatric obesity clinic and their parents. Participating families will complete assessments consisting of weight status, dietary intake, physical activity, health-related quality of life, psychological functioning, home-food environment, parenting skills, and self-efficacy at pre...

Family-centered Obesity Prevention: Communities for Healthy Living (CHL)

The Communities for Healthy Living (CHL) program is a family-focused intervention to promote healthy lifestyle behaviors including diet and physical activity among children (age 3-to 5-years) and their families, enrolled in Head Start.

Creating Healthy Environments for Chicago Kids

Pediatric obesity interventions for low-income populations are increasingly delivered in children's homes, which may make treatment more accessible to families and enhance the potency of the intervention in several ways. This randomized trial will directly test whether delivering family-based behavioral interventions for pediatric overweight/obesity in the home setting improves weight loss outcomes in low-income children relative to medical center-based treatment. The trial wil...

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Acceptance-based Care for Child Eating and Physical Activity Treatment

The overarching aims of this project are to develop and pilot test a novel, patient-centered, family model for weight management [Acceptance-based Behavioral Treatment (ABBT)] in children aged 8-12 with obesity and their caregivers. Our aims are (1) to determine the treatment needs of children aged 8-12 with obesity and their families with a focus on executive functioning and (2) to evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of family ABBT.

Family-Centered Cesarean Delivery

The purpose of this study is to determine if patient birthing experiences differ between the family-centered and traditional cesarean methods. We hypothesize that the family-centered cesarean method will lead to more unique and personalized cesarean birthing experiences without increasing the risks of adverse neonatal and maternal outcomes from those documented with the traditional cesarean.

A Family-Centered Intervention When a Parent is Cared for in Specialized Homecare

The overall purpose of this project is to evaluate a family-centered intervention (the Family Talk Intervention, by W. Beardslee) in families where a parent of children aged 6-19 years is seriously ill and cared for in specialized homecare. The aims of the intervention are to increase family communication, the families' awareness of the impending death and their knowledge about the cancer illness, and thereby reduce the family members' long-term psychological distress.

Intervention to Reduce Diaper Need and Increase Use of Pediatric Preventive Care

Well-child care is the primary source of preventative health care for children. These visits provide an opportunity for physicians to assess an infant's biomedical health, development, and behavior, as well as help ensure timely immunizations, reduce the use of acute care services, and assess and family functioning. Yet, disparities in the utilization of pediatric care exist by race, ethnicity and income in the U.S., even despite high rates of overall access to primary care. In...

Integrated Care for Pediatric Obesity Using Telehealth

Obesity is perhaps the most urgent public health crisis in pediatrics. Thus, managing childhood obesity is a top priority among pediatricians in primary care settings. However, effective treatment typically is multidisciplinary, and most practices currently do not have the infrastructure for coordinating integrated care. With the advent of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), innovative systems for building multidisciplinary teams to provide integrated care through a patient-centered...

Evaluation of a Family-based Pediatric Obesity Program: TEENS+

Investigators propose to pilot an adolescent obesity intervention, TEENS+, to examine the feasibility of this dietary intervention strategy and preliminary effectiveness of two models of parental involvement within adolescent obesity treatment.

Efficacy of Increasing Physical Activity to Reduce Children's Visceral Fat

The purpose of this trial is to examine whether adding greater physical activity to standard family-based behavioral pediatric obesity treatment decreases the amount of visceral fat among treated overweight children.

Family-Centered Rounds Checklist Implementation

The goal of this study is to develop, implement, and evaluate the effectiveness of an intervention designed to facilitate family engagement during bedside rounds at a children's hospital. The intervention consists of a "checklist" of key behaviors associated with the delivery of quality family-centered rounds, as well as training in the use of the checklist tool. In a pre-post controlled design, two hospital services will be randomized to use the checklist while two others will...

A Family Based Intervention to Reduce the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes in Children

The purpose of this study was to determine if a family-focused lifestyle intervention helps to improve the health status, behaviors, and adjustment of overweight children.

ST of TN-Salud Con La Familia: Prevent Onset of Ped Obesity

Preventing the onset of pediatric obesity and diabetes in Latino families" The investigators will conduct a randomized controlled trial of a family-based community centered intervention. One-hundred Latino families with children ages 3-8 (BMI>50% and < 85%) will be randomly allocated to either the intervention group (a 6-month skills building program to improve nutrition and aerobic activity for child-parent dyads) or a control group (literacy promotion). Through an active par...

Family Centered Occupational Therapy on Play Skills and Participation of Children With ASD

Play skills and participation of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have been restricted by their core symptoms, resulting in heightened parenting stress and affected family daily life. This research aims to improve play skills and participation of children with ASD through 'family-centered occupational therapy', thereby leading to positive outcome for not only the child but also the whole family.

Methods to Improve Preventative Care Uptake

The proposed study examines whether providing patients with information on the incentives for following the preventative care guidelines available through their insurance has an impact on the update of these preventative services.

mHealth Family Self-Management

This innovative research will address a gap in the literature involving the evaluation of the impact of an individualized family-centered mHealth application to enhance daily post-discharge communication following pediatric transplant. This proposal lays the foundation for future research with myFAMI (self-management intervention) at multiple pediatric transplant centers and builds the science from which to consider post discharge monitoring and decrease cost of care in other p...

Cost-Effectiveness of Family Based Pediatric Obesity Treatment

To determine the cost effectiveness of treating the child alone and parent alone to traditional family-based method of obesity treatment. It is hypothesized that a family-based approach will be more cost effective, and will support the savings and effectiveness of treating multiple family members together.

Reinforced Enhanced - Families Responsibility Education Support and Health

The purpose of this application is to evaluate whether a pediatric weight control program that incorporates comprehensive parenting training with behavioral therapy can increase weight loss in children compared to traditional family-based behavioral therapy programs. Since certain parenting styles are associated with greater weight loss during interventions and appear to enhance the impact of key behavioral strategies, adding parenting training to these interventions may increa...

Evaluation of Consultation Including Genetic Aspects of Obesity

More than 1,000 obese people are screened for genetic mutations (MC4R). Those with positive screenings as well as 320 randomly selected people without MC4R mutations are randomized to 2 consultation types: one including recommendations for eating and physical activity behavior, the other with an additional part on genetic determinants and actions in obesity. It is hypothesized that obese people with obesity-specific genetic mutations, and obese people with a family history of o...

On-Line Intervention to Lower Cardiovascular Risk in Pediatric Heart Transplant Patients

Pediatric heart transplant patients have a high-risk cardiovascular profile affecting their long-term outcomes and survival. Currently, no effective cardiovascular preventative care is provided for this pediatric population, in part, due to the fact that clinic-based programs are not easily accessible to children and their families. However, tele-health has been show to improve medical outcomes by making care more accessible to these patients. This study aims to meet the urgent...

Skills Training Within a Family-based Obesity Treatment Intervention

This study is investigating the impact of a skills training program in stimulus control of meals and snacks on zBMI. Participants will be randomized to a standard family-based obesity treatment intervention with education on child health or a standard family-based obesity treatment intervention with experiential learning about meal stimulus control strategies.

FAmily CEntered (FACE) Advance Care Planning for Teens With Cancer

Advance Care Planning (ACP) prepares patients and their loved ones for future health care decisions, including end-of-life decisions. Yet, the needs of adolescent oncology patients for participation in ACP, despite its priority, is not well studied. Our goal is to test a model of ACP that anticipates these issues, fully empowers the family and adolescent, and keeps the key role of health care professionals central, building on our earlier work. We hypothesized FAmily CEntered ...


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