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Bayis Il Tus - A Strong Breath: Prevalence and Contributors to COPD in First Nations Communities in British Columbia

Background. First Nations peoples in Canada carry an increased respiratory health burden compared to non-First Nations. However, there is little accurate information of how many First Nations people have COPD, especially in remote and rural areas. Goal & Aims of the Study. The goal of this study is to estimate the burden of COPD in remote and rural First Nations communities. This project is a partnership between the University of British Columbia (UBC), Carrier Sekani Family S...


Peer Delivery of HIV Self Test to Improve Linkage to HIV Prevention

Hypothesis: HIV-Self-Test (HIV-ST) will allow peers or peer-networks to effectively and efficiently link older adolescent girls and young women into HIV prevention and care services. Design: A cluster randomized control trial comparing two models of peer delivery of HIV-ST, through incentivized respondent driven peer networks and direct distribution by peer navigators compared to standard of care (referral to HIV testing, prevention and care services by peer navigators) ...

Impact of a Peer Support Program Amongst COPD Patients and Their Caregivers

The study is to compare the effectiveness of two health communication and dissemination strategies that are designed to engage patients and family caregivers in successfully managing COPD in 'real-world' settings. Both strategies aim to advance patient understanding of COPD, its treatment options, and self-care tasks; support them in coping with the disease; and enable them to adopt a variety of positive behaviors, including adherence to treatment plans, smoking cessation, join...

Navigation and Parent Peer Support to Promote Access

Nearly one in five children in the United States has a mental health problem that interferes with daily functioning and requires intervention, and yet less than 50% of children who need mental health care receive any services. Families and especially from low-income and ethnically diverse backgrounds, experience a range of barriers to engaging in services for their children including: lack of recognition of problems and knowledge of available treatments, connecting to services,...

Integrating Pediatric TB Services Into Child Healthcare Services in Africa

Under-diagnosis of TB in children is a critical gap to address. The INPUT study is a multinational stepped-wedge cluster-randomized intervention study aiming to assess the effect of integrating TB services into child healthcare services on TB diagnosis capacities in children under 5 years of age.

PEERS Using Peer Mentors to Deliver Depression Care

Fifteen to twenty percent of older Americans (6 to 8 million people) suffer from depression but more than one-half do not receive any services, a burden disproportionately shared by low-income and minority older adults who receive few or no services. The investigators propose to test a community-based peer model of depression care called PEERS (a peer support program) that provides self-care support for minority and low-income older adults.

Peer Support to Mitigate the Impact of Stigma in Young HIV+ Pregnant & Postpartum Women

Young pregnant and postpartum women living with HIV are at the greatest risk of disengagement from HIV services and suboptimal adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART). Among young women, stigma is a major barrier to retention in services and adherence to ART, and interventions are needed to combat stigma and improve ART outcomes. The investigators are conducting a pilot study of a peer support intervention to mitigate the negative effects of stigma in this population.

Peer Enhanced Prolonged Exposures

The investigators plan to develop and test an intervention using peer specialists (Veterans who have managed PTSD and completed PE) to provide support services for Veterans using prolonged exposure therapy.

Community-Based Peer Facilitator Intervention

The goal of this community randomized operations research study was to evaluate the effect of a peer-facilitated community support group intervention on uptake of maternal and neonatal child health (MNCH) and PMTCT services and on adherence outcomes in Zimbabwe.

Yathu Yathu: An Impact Evaluation of Community-based Peer-led Sexual and Reproductive Health Services

This trial evaluates the impact of providing comprehensive, community-based and peer-led sexual and reproductive health services to adolescents and young people aged 15 to 24 on their knowledge of their HIV status. The trial includes 20 clusters in two communities, half the clusters receive the intervention. After 18-months of implementation, a cross-sectional survey will be conducted to evaluate the impact of the intervention on the primary outcome: knowledge of HIV status.

Telemedicine Makes the Patient Stay in Hospital at Home

The goal of the project is to study whether interdisciplinary follow- up performed via telemedicine to the patient in his or her own home, will improve the quality of the healthcare services offered to a particular group of patients. The investigators believe this could increase knowledge and expertise, give significant socioeconomic benefits, and allow greater accessibility to specialized healthcare services, as well as increase the user-involvement for patients and those work...

Predictive Analytics and Peer-Driven Intervention for Guideline-based Care for Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a prevalent condition that affects 7 to 12% of the US population and is characterized by repetitive collapse of the upper airway during sleep. Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) has been shown to be highly effective in the treatment of OSA, however, adherence is poor with up to 54% of patients being non-adherent to CPAP therapy by Medicare criteria, which has been attributed to inadequate patient education and support for CPAP therapy. ...

A Comparative Effectiveness Demonstration Project for Linkage and Retention in PrEP Care for Men Who Have Sex With Men

This research is being done to learn more about the differences in engaging, recruiting, linking and adhering to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) services for men who have sex with other men at risk for HIV in Baltimore City. In 2012, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of Truvada as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to help prevent HIV infection. In the intervention, a virtual, PrEP Care Anywhere Telemedicine approach supported by virtual peer-navigator ...

Peer Navigation for Individuals With Serious Mental Illness Leaving Jail

Serious mental illness (SMI) is a burdensome and widely prevalent public health problem among incarcerated men and women. Incarcerated individuals with SMI re-entering the community after jail stay experience the double stigma of criminal justice involvement and having the diagnosis of SMI. As a result, they are likely to disengage with community level mental health, medical care and substance use services at re-entry. This study proposes the development and pilot test of peer ...

Effect of a Peer-led Self-management Program for Recent-onset Psychosis

This randomized controlled trial is to test the effectiveness of a peer-led self-management program (PLSMI) for people with recent-onset psychosis in the community over 18-month follow-up, compared with a conventional psychoeducation group and routine community mental healthcare.

Meals-for-Moms: Experimental Grocery Store Study

This is a study about how the price of foods affects food buying choices at the grocery store. The price of foods can have a big impact on what people choose to buy and prices change over time. This study is being done to see how changes in food prices affect what mothers choose for their families.

IT to Support Integration of Social Determinant of Health Services to Reduce Avoidable Emergency Department Visits

Working through regional Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) the sponsor will establish a 2-year pilot project to demonstrate that early recognition and intervention in the various Social Determinant of Health (SDoH) domains can reduce avoidable Emergency Department (ED) visits by high utilizers. The regional ACO's will contract with Medicaid Managed Care Plans to assign traditional high ED utilizing members to the pilot project. Members will be offered enhanced peer facilitat...

Mind the Gap (AIR-B3)

There has been a lack of research on the unique needs of families with autism in the African-American and Latino communities. The process of screening, evaluation and treatment for children with autism can be long and arduous, especially in these communities. This often means that the best interventions for children with autism are not reaching minority communities. For many families, the complexity of the services system leads to a long wait after the initial diagnosis before ...

The Impact of Parent Training on the Child's Health Services

The purpose of the study is to determine whether parent training with the Incredible Years Parent Program delivered in pediatric primary care decreases usage of healthcare services for the next year when compared to annual healthcare service use during the two years prior to the parents participating in program.

Food-for-Families: Experimental Grocery Store Study

This is a study about how the price of foods affects buying choices at the grocery store. The price of foods can have a big impact on what people choose to buy and prices change over time. This study is being done to see how changes in food prices affect what mothers choose for their families.

Effectiveness of Peer Support in Improving Heart Failure Self-Management and Care

Heart failure (HF) patients living in low-income or isolated areas may have limited access to necessary clinic services and more difficulty in self-managing their illness. This study will evaluate a program that combines group health care visits and a peer-to-peer telephone buddy system at improving health outcomes among low-income and racial minority HF patients.

Peer Supported Web-based CBT for OEF/OIF Veterans With PTSD and Substance Misuse

Veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan have high rates of co-morbid PTSD symptoms and hazardous substance use (HSU). Evidence-based treatments for these problems are available in VA specialty clinics, but multiple barriers lead to low utilization of these treatments. Novel treatment approaches are needed. Previous research supports that 1) primary care-mental health integration (PC-MHI) services are associated with increased treatment engagement, 2) technology-based interv...

Shop For Success: Experimental Grocery Store Study

The purpose of this research is to study how the price of foods affects food buying choices at the grocery store. The researchers are interested in this topic because the price of foods can have a big impact on what people choose to buy and prices change over time. The researchers are doing this study to see how changes in food prices affect what foods mothers choose for their families.

Pilot Study of Peer-Supported Online Problem-Solving Program

Many Veterans with mental health care needs go without care due to stigma, practical problems with getting services, and a high value on self-sufficiency. VHA has developed online programs aimed at fostering MH that are easy to access and may be more acceptable than psychotherapy. The purpose of this study is to learn whether peer-supported use of an online problem-solving course is acceptable and helpful and whether the study data can be collected online. Results of this pilot...

Nudging Healthcare Organizations to Adopt New Care Delivery Practices

This two-arm, parallel group randomized controlled trial will assess the impact of written social norms messaging (i.e., behavioral 'nudges') on healthcare organization administrators' decision to access online resources that support the adoption of evidence-based healthcare delivery practices. The healthcare delivery practices include the use of population screening tools, clinical practice guidelines, and shared decision making training.

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