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A Novel Hepatitis c micrOelimination Program in Non imprisonEd SenTenced With Alternative Measures

The objective of this study is to carry out a Micro-elimination program for HCV infection in a vulnerable population (people sentenced to non-custodial sentences). This group shares certain peculiarities with the prison population (vulnerability, addictions, mental disorders, etc.), is three times higher than the imprisoned population, and is regularly attended by Social Insertion Centers (CIS) in Spain. An additional objective is to link these people with the specific plans of...


Prison Buprenorphine

This five-year study examines the effectiveness of buprenorphine treatment provided to previously-addicted inmates(N=320; 160 males, 160 females) initiated in prison and continued in the community. The study also examines the extent to which the setting of post-release buprenorphine is provided.It is expected that participants receiving in-prison buprenorphine will have superior outcomes compared to participants who did not receive in-prison buprenorphine.

Animal Allergy in Korean Veterinary Researcher

The investigators will evaluate sensitization to animal allergens and allergic symptom during contacting animal allergens in Korean veterinary researchers who attend their annual conference. The investigators will compare sensitization to animal allergen and other clinical and occupational factors between subjects who suffer from allergic symptom during contacting animal and those who do not.


Adherence Through Home Education and Nursing Assessment, Indonesia

Adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) drops sharply after prison release. Effective medication adherence training immediately before and after prison release may improve health outcomes and limit transmission of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). ATHENA (Adherence Through Home Education and Nursing Assessment) is an evidence-based medication adherence intervention, which is delivered in the patient's home by nurses and peer educators working in teams. In this study, resear...

Predictive Factors of Violence in Prison

Prison concentrates people with violent behavior and patients suffering from psychiatric disorders. Aggression are daily, the suicide rate is 5 to 10 times higher than the ordinary environment and current prevention devices have shown their limits. That's why, in order to improve the violence's prevention in prison, the investigator propose to identify the predictive factors of violence by studying retrospectively the link between the psychiatric profile and commission of viol...

Genetic Linkage Studies of Stuttering

Stuttering is an abnormality in speech that affects the rhythm of speech. People who stutter know what they wish to say, but at the time are unable to say it because of involuntary repetition, unnecessary lengthening (prolongation), or early stopping (cessation). Stuttering is characterized by repetitions or prolongation of the first syllable, or silent prolongations, sometimes known as blocks. Researcher intend on studying the genetic basis for stuttering. The goal of the ...

Re-Entry MTC for Offenders With MICA Disorders - 1

The purpose of this study is to examine the transition of offenders with both mental illness and chemical abuse (MICA) disorders from prison to the community, where continued treatment is generally considered necessary to sustain gains made by prison treatment, and to achieve successful outcomes. The project will determine the effectiveness of a modified therapeutic community (Re-Entry MTC) approach as compared to the case management and parole supervision currently provided. ...

Program of Screening, Prevention and Elimination of Hepatitis C in Penitentiary Institutions in Cantabria (JAILFREE-C)

The objectives of this study are: 1. To perform a systematic screening and evaluation of the prevalence of infection by hepatitis C virus (HCV), hepatitis B virus (HBV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in the prison population. 2. To perform an adequate characterization of patients and the characteristics of HCV infection in this population. 3. To evaluate the effectiveness and security in the prison population of an interferon-fre...

Music-based Intervention for the Reduction of Pain

This study aims to compare the impact of listening to frequency-modulated music vs. non-modulated music (both researcher-selected), and to test whether there are differential effects on pain and stress perception. Further, these two conditions will be compared to a third condition, in which participants will be exposed to self-selected non-modulated music. It is hypothesized that both researcher-selected frequency-modulated music and self-selected non-modulated music result in ...

Animal Allergy in Korean Pet Owners, Pet-related Industry Workers, and Laboratory Animal Reseachers

We investigated the prevalence of animal allergy and sensitization to animal allergen among participants in international symposium of Korean association for laboratory science (laboratory animal researchers) and companion animal exhibition (pet owner and pet-related industry workers).

Preventing Relapse to Smoking Among Prisoners After Release

Prisoners experience huge health inequalities, and their exceptionally high smoking prevalence (five times the national average) contributes significantly to their high mortality. Since the introduction of smoke-free polices across Her Majesty's Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) in England and Wales, prisoners are now obliged to abstain from smoking while held in prison. This represents a unique opportunity to promote lifelong cessation in this highly disadvantaged and margi...

PTSD Treatment for Incarcerated Men and Women

There is a particular need for more effective treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) within the incarcerated population. The prevalence of trauma history and PTSD are markedly higher in jail and prison populations than in the general population, with estimates of current PTSD prevalence among prison inmates exceeding 20%, as opposed to 3-6% in the general population. Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) is a potentially promising PTSD treatment for the prison settin...

Mental Health Services for Prisoners With SMI

Interventions that address criminogenic risk factors, such as Thinking for a Change (T4C), are not used with prisoners with serious mental illness (SMI) because of the neurocognitive and social impairments associated with SMI. This study examines the effectiveness of T4C with a modified delivery system designed specifically to address the unique needs of persons with SMI in prison, including improving impulsivity, criminal attitudes, and interpersonal problem solving (treatment...

Intervention of HIV, Drug Use and the Criminal Justice System in Malaysia

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the relative impact a medical drug (methadone) or behavioral counseling program (Holistic Health Recovery Program) or both (methadone and Holistic Health Recovery Program) has on reducing HIV-related risk behaviors and illicit drug use among opioid-dependent, HIV-infected individuals in prison when given 90 to 180 days prior to leaving prison.

Mindfulness for Alcohol Abusing Offenders

Over half of state and federal prisoners meet clinical criteria for alcohol abuse or dependence, and after release from prison, over three-quarters of offenders are re-arrested within five years. Thus, there is a critical need for more effective interventions that could help disrupt this insidious cycle of alcohol abuse, criminal behavior, and incarceration. This project will support the development and evaluation of a mindfulness intervention for female prison inmates that wil...

Project CARE: An Integrated Treatment Adherence Program for Bipolar Disorder at the Time of Prison Release - Open Trial

The aim of this program of research is to develop and pilot the CARE (Community treatment Adherence at Re-Entry) program, an adjunctive intervention for incarcerated individuals with bipolar disorder (BD) transitioning from prison to the community. The purpose of this proposed project is to establish the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary effects of this newly developed intervention on symptom outcomes.

Prison Connect-STI/HIV Prevention Intervention for Couples Affected by Incarceration

The purpose of this study is to adapt an existing couples-level HIV prevention intervention for community populations (CONNECT I/II; PI: El-Bassel) to enable implementation among couples affected by incarceration (PRISON CONNECT) and pilot test its feasibility and acceptability among men incarcerated in the Connecticut Department of Correction (CTDOC) and their community-dwelling committed female partners.

Evaluation of a Psychoeducational Intervention for People With Suicidal Behaviour in the Penitentiary Environment. N'VIU Project

Objective. The main objective is to determine the effectiveness of a psychoeducational program conducted by rehabilitation professionals to reduce the number of suicidal behaviors in prisons. Methodology. The design of the study will be a multicenter, randomized, two-group clinical trial with blind evaluation of response variables, one year follow-up. The study population will be a male and female prison population of a total of two Catalan prisons. As a dependent or out...

Positional Cloning of the Gene(s) Responsible for Alagille Syndrome

The goal of the project is to identify and clone the gene(s) responsible for the Alagille Syndrome (AGS) by a positional cloning approach. The first step towards this goal is to define the smallest genomic candidate region for AGS at 20p12 and to begin to identify genes within this region which are, by definition, candidate genes for the disease. In a collaborative effort with clinician-investigators studying the Alagille syndrome, metaphase chromosomes and genomic DNA from a...

Long Term Prospective Uncontrolled Study Of Earfold™ For The Treatment Of Prominent Ears

This is an open-label, prospective, uncontrolled, single arm, post-marketing study of the long-term safety and performance of EARFOLD® Implantable Clip System.

The Effects of the GPS Program in Offenders

This randomized controlled trial aimed to assess the efficacy of a 40-session cognitive-behavioral group program, Growing Pro-Social (GPS), in reducing early maladaptive schemas and cognitive distortions (primary outcomes), as well as anger, shame and paranoia (secondary outcomes). The GPS's impact on behavioral change (e.g., in the reduction of disciplinary incidents and prison records) was also tested, in order to ascertain if changes observed in cognitive and emotional varia...

Project CARE: An Integrated Treatment Adherence Program for Bipolar Disorder at the Time of Prison Release - Pilot RCT

The aim of this program of research is to develop and pilot the CARE (Community treatment Adherence at Re-Entry) program, an adjunctive intervention for incarcerated individuals with bipolar disorder (BD) transitioning from prison to the community. The purpose of this proposed project is to establish the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary effects of this newly developed intervention on symptom outcomes in a small pilot randomized controlled feasibility trial.

EnBrace HR for PMS With Prominent Mood Symptoms or Menstrual Related Mood Disorders

The purpose of this study is to assess a novel nutritional supplement developed for prenatal health and mood benefits, and to determine whether there is preliminary evidence for efficacy in Menstrual Related Mood Disorders (MRMD), including PMS with Prominent Mood Symptoms and PMDD.

Efficacy and Effectiveness of Methylphenidate in Swedish Male Prison Inmates With Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy and effectiveness of methylphenidate in treatment of ADHD in Swedish adult male prison inmates diagnosed with ADHD.

Role of Metabolic Enzymes in Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer

The researcher can proved that certain compounds play an important role in the prevention of skin cancer. Researcher can use specific compounds, which classified as metabolic enzymes, and lower concentrations and complete absent in skin cancer cells. Researcher can biopsies of normal skin and precancerous or cancerous lesions, and can compare the concentrations of these compounds to determine the difference between the two areas. The result can lead to further understanding ...


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