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Building Infrastructure for Community Capacity in Accelerating Integrated Care

Although the Affordable Care Act (ACA) expanded Medicaid eligibility, Medicaid expansions do not appear to have decreased the gap in mental health treatment between Whites and racial/ethnic or linguistic minorities. There is a critical shortage of trained providers who can offer culturally congruent mental health service in non-English languages in Medicaid-based Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). Building capacity and training opportunities to implement evidence-based ment...

Patient Reported Outcomes for Opioid Use Disorder

The goal of the project is to build a clinical data research infrastructure that will begin to enhance capacity to use electronic health record (EHR) data and patient reported outcomes measures (PROs) to conduct opioid related research in emergency departments (EDs). 200 adult patients with a history of non-medical opioid use, opioid use disorder, or acute opioid overdose will be enrolled and will be asked to complete three PRO surveys (baseline, 3 days post ED discharge, and 3...

A Cohort Study to Determine the Incidence of Dengue Fever and to Build Capacity for Dengue Vaccine Trials in Dengue-endemic Regions of South Asia

The purpose of this study is to determine the incidence of dengue fever and to build capacity for dengue vaccine trials in dengue-endemic regions of South Asia.

Comparison of Different Functional Capacity Tests in Cystic Fibrosis Patients With Acute Pulmonary Exacerbation

The aim of this study to investigate and compare functional capacity with different tests and to evaluate the relationship between functional capacity and quality of life during acute pulmonary exacerbation in children with cystic fibrosis. Exercise tests associated with prognostic values in CF patients and decreased exercise capacity has been correlated with a reduction in health-related quality of life. Pulmonary functions, functional capacity and quality of life will examin...

The Exercise Capacity and Quality of Life in the Patients With IPAH and Secondary PH

Pulmonary hypertension (PH) is a progressive disease with high mortality rate, but due to the development of drugs, the prognosis of the disease has improved. However patients still have poor exercise capacity and decrease of the quality of life. Past studies have shown that idiopathic and secondary PH are different in etiology and prognosis. It is necessary to further understand the difference between exercise capacity and quality of life of these two types of patients.

Building a Platform for Precision Anesthesia in the Geriatric Surgical Patient

The research team is creating a foundational infrastructure in order to develop a precision medicine approach for geriatric patients who require surgery with anesthesia. The team plans to build the first of its kind comprehensive database of demographic and risk factor questionnaire responses, biobanked blood specimens, intraoperative electroencephalography (EEG), and inclusive cognitive testing throughout patient interaction starting at the preop appointment until a year later...

Correlation Between Quality of Life and Aerobic Physical Fitness of Patients With a Systemic Right Ventricle

Congenital heart disease (CHD) is the most common congenital malformations. The right ventricle in the sub-aortic position, or "systemic right ventricle" is one of these complex cardiac diseases. Several studies show that adults with CHD and especially systemic right ventricle have reduced exercise capacity. In addition, studies have shown that there is a correlation between alteration of aerobic physical capacity and alteration of right ventricular systolic function. Un...

A Randomized Controlled Multicenter Trial in European Countries

Chronic pulmonary hypertension (PH) is associated with impaired exercise capacity, quality of life and right ventricular function. The disease is characterized by an increase of pulmonary vascular resistance and pulmonary arterial pressure, leading to right heart insufficiency. Despite optimized combination-medical therapy most patients remain symptomatic, have reduced exercise capacity, quality of life and reduced survival rates, with an annual mortality rate of approximately...

Organizational Infrastructure Pediatric Plan in Bronchiolitis Epidemics

Acute bronchiolitis is a frequent respiratory viral infection of infants, responsible for 460,000 new cases per year in France. Over the years, the number of hospitalizations during the epidemic season appears to be increasing. Bronchiolitis epidemics lead to recurrent hospital disruption. The current trend towards a reduction of hospital beds is exacerbating the pressure on bronchiolitis epidemics on healthcare systems. In this context, the pediatric departments of Montpellie...

Functional Capacity and Quality of Life Following Septal Myectomy in Patients With HCM

Investigators aim to assess changes in exercise capacity and quality of life after septal myectomy in patient with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

The Effect of Intradialytic Combined Exercise on Physical Outcomes in End-Stage Renal Disease Patients

Hemodialysis (HD) is an important and commonly used renal replacement therapy (RRT) for End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) patients worldwide. Inadequate HD, impaired exercise capacity and declined peripheral muscular strength resulted by HD and ESRD are still disturbing problems, which also predicts poor renal prognosis and poor quality of life. The results of systematic reviews by the investigators have shown that aerobic exercise and combined exercise can improve dialysis effica...

Effects of a Health Workforce Capacity Building and Quality Improvement Intervention in Kinshasa

The aim of the study is to evaluate a health workforce capacity building and quality improvement intervention focused on integrated day-of-birth and post-pregnancy care at 16 hospitals in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. The intervention package consists of a low-dose, high-frequency (LDHF) training of health workers, support for quality improvement teams, and provision of critical equipment, supplies and drugs within a quality improvement (QI) framework.

Effects of a Home-based Exercise Program on Functional Capacity and Quality of Life in Heart Failure Patients

Heart failure (HF) is a multisystemic disease leading to exercise intolerance and fatigue. Supervised physical training improves functional capacity, quality of life and reduces hospital admissions in HF patients. In this way, home physical training may be a good alternative to patients who, for any reason, cannot perform supervised training. Objective: To asses the effects of a home-based training program on functional capacity, sedentary lifestyle and quality of life of patie...

Nordic Walking as Gait Training for Frail Elderly

The elderly are the fastest growing proportion of the population. Ageism implies a decline of physical functions affecting functional and safe ambulation. Based on the ICF model intervening in walking capacity could have favourable impact on quality of life of frail elders. Over ground walking training is indicated as a possible exercise. However, to achieve positive results on walking capacity, an exercise-dose response is needed. A more intensive way of promoting walking trai...

Study of the Effect of the ROX AC1 on Exercise Capacity and Quality of Life in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Patients

To demonstrate the efficacy of ROX AC1 (with respect to exercise capacity and quality of life) in patients with COPD.

Influence of PESF on Oxygen Saturation, Quality of Life and Exercise Capacity in COPD

The effect of PESF (Pulsating Electrostatic Field) on the oxygen saturation, quality of life and the exercise capacity will be studied in a randomized, dubbel blind, placebo-controlled parallel design with 32 COPD patients GOLD III and IV with a oxygen saturation below or equal to 90%. The patients will be treated with three 30-minute PESF- or placebo-sessions distributed over 5 days. Directly before the first session, oxygen saturation, quality of life (CCQuestionnaire...

Practical Telemedicine to Improve Control and Engagement for Veterans With Clinic-Refractory Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes generates significant morbidity, mortality, and costs within the Veterans Health Administration (VHA). Veterans with persistently poor diabetes control despite clinic-based care are among the highest-risk diabetes patients in VHA, and contribute disproportionately to VHA's massive burden of diabetes complications and costs. VHA critically needs effective, practical management alternatives for Veterans whose diabetes does not respond to clinic-based management. The prop...

Training With Elastic Tubing in Cardiopaths: Clinical Trial

Background: Resistance training is effective in cardiac rehabilitation; however, other types of training, such as elastic tubing, are rarely used and may present good therapeutic alternatives. Due to its practicality and cost effectiveness, training using elastic tubing may become an important tool in cardiovascular rehabilitation. Objective: To evaluate muscular strength, functional capacity, aerobic capacity and quality of life in patients with cardiovascular diseases in phas...

Effects of the Insole on Balance Capacity in Chronic Stroke

Poor balance capacity is one of clinical symptoms of stroke patient. The reason of loss balance capacity is motor impairment, as well as a diminished capacity to voluntarily shift body weight or to with stand external pertubations. An important determinant of activities of daily living performance is standing balance. Therefore, poor balance, or postural stability, is significant predictors the risk of fall. After a fall, the patient can experience psychological, physical, soci...

Research Engagement With People With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

The objectives of this project are to to build sustainable regional communities of Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities (IDD) stakeholders to provide ongoing input to research priorities, methodological processes, and relevant person-centered health outcomes; leverage existing Special Olympic infrastructure to nationally disseminate the toolkit in order to increase participation and engagement in research and improve health outcomes; conduct comparative effectiveness tria...

Girls for Health: Empowering Rural Girls' Transition From School to Employment as Health Workers

Girls for Health (G4H) will promote the economic empowerment, agency, and voice of rural adolescent girls by supporting their transition from secondary school to tertiary training in midwifery, medicine, nursing and other health careers, and in so doing, will address the acute shortage of female health workers in rural Northern Nigeria. G4H will integrate proven girls' education strategies with innovative vocational interventions to build 1350 girls' career aspirations and acad...

Quality of Life in Patients With Auto-inflammatory Diseases

This qualitative interview-based study aim to build a tool to assess quality of life in patients (adults or children) suffering from 6 autoinflammatory diseases (FMF, TRAPS, CAPS, MKD, Still and PFAPA).

Effect of Game Based Approach on Oxygenation, Functional Capacity and Quality of Life in Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia

Impaired pulmonary function, decreased physical activity, functional capacity and depending on these factors are reported in patients with primary ciliary dyskinesia in recent studies. The purpose of this study to evaluate the effects of game based approach on pulmonary function, functional capacity and quality of life in patients with primary ciliary dykinesia.

The CARRA Registry

This CARRA Registry study will create a foundational database for rheumatic diseases of childhood using a novel informatics infrastructure developed as part of the larger clinical project. The creation of a CARRA-wide informatics infrastructure will enable efficient, observational, disease-related data capture across all CARRA sites for pediatric rheumatic diseases. The CARRA Registry study will demonstrate the feasibility of expanding to more data intensive registries for o...

Clinical Effects of Lumbal Stabilization Exercises and Connective Tissue Massage on Neuropathic Pain, Functional Capacity and Quality of Life

The aim of the study is to investigate the efficacy of connective tissue massage and lumbar stabilization exercise treatment on pain severity, functional capacity and quality of life in those who have experienced peripheral neuropathy

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