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Healthcare Access and Utilization Among Living Kidney Donors

This is a mailed survey to persons who served as living kidney donors at Saint Barnabas Medical Center. The experimental component of this study (the clinical trial) is a randomized trial of two monetary incentives for the living kidney donors invited to participate in the study. Kidney donors will be randomized to receive one of two incentives in the mailed survey packet: $2 cash vs. $5 cash. The main outcome measure is the response rate to the survey.


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Manicaland Cash Transfer Trial

The purpose of this study is to determine whether cash transfers (conditional and unconditional) can improve health and social outcomes amongst children living in vulnerable households in Manicaland, eastern Zimbabwe. The study hypotheses are: 1. Cash transfers will increase the percentage of vulnerable children aged 0-4 years with a birth certificate. 2. Cash transfers will increase the percentage of vulnerable children aged 0-4 years with up-to-date vac...

Clinical Practice Intensity: Comparing Veterans Affairs (VA) to Private Sector Physicians

This is a national physician mail survey examining primary care practice patterns. The experimental component of the study (the clinical trial) is a randomized trial of different monetary incentive forms and amounts for physicians invited to participate in the study. Only non-VA physicians will be included in this part of the study. (VA physicians are not allowed to receive monetary incentives.) Physicians will be randomized to receive one of four incentives: $20 cash, $50 ...


mHealth-Assisted Conditional Cash Transfers to Improve Timeliness of Vaccinations

Vaccination is a cost-effective strategy for conferring immunity against a host of preventable diseases, however, rates of timely childhood vaccinations remain inadequate in resource-limited settings. We propose to evaluate the feasibility and efficacy of mHealth-assisted conditional cash transfers as a means of overcoming individual barriers to timely vaccinations. The study will form the basis for a pragmatic randomized controlled trial of the efficacy and cost-effectiveness ...

Effects of Cash Transfers on Severe Acute Malnutrition

Cash transfer, aims to strengthen food security for vulnerable households by giving families enough purchasing power to consume an adequate and balanced diet, maintain a good standard of hygiene, access health services, and invest in their own means of food production in addition to their children's growth and development. While cash transfer to vulnerable households has shown a long-term positive impact on growth and on malnutrition-related mortality in children aged 0-5 year...

Supporting Self-management of Chronic Pain

Does the Navigator Tool Intervention improve communication regarding self-management during consultations between healthcare professionals and people with chronic pain? As there is usually no cure for chronic pain, healthcare professionals are increasingly turning to methods of treatment that emphasise management of symptoms rather than elimination of pain. However, as Pain Concern's previous research has shown, there are several barriers to self-management that both healthcar...

Afya Credit Incentives for Improved Maternal and Child Health Outcomes in Kenya

Antenatal care (ANC), facility delivery and postnatal care (PNC) are proven strategies that can tackle the high burden of maternal and child mortality and morbidity currently witnessed in sub-Saharan Africa. However very few pregnant women utilize these services. This study aims to assess the impact, cost-effectiveness, and scalability of conditional cash transfers (CCTs) to promote increased and uninterrupted contact between pregnant women and the formal healthcare system in S...

The Effect of a Cash Transfer Program on Household Welfare and Child Nutritional Status in Mali

In the last two decades, cash transfer (CT) programs have emerged as a popular approach to long-term poverty alleviation. While the main goal of cash transfer programs is to reduce poverty, they also have the potential to improve many development outcomes, such as health and education. While many studies, mainly in Latin America and Asia, have investigated the impacts of CTs on poverty and food security and have, for the most part, found positive impacts, less is known a...

Creation of a PBRN to Study Healthcare Delivery to a Transitioning Community

The purpose of this study is the creation of a PBRN that will comprise primary care providers, community health organizations, community advocates and a research core of two academic institutions in order to study the healthcare needs of a rapidly growing immigrant population.

Study to Evaluate 13 C Isotope Ratio Measurement for Urea Cycle Capacity Assessment

In this short-term study a method for the evaluation of the metabolic competency of the urea cycle in vivo will be assessed. In order to monitor the efficacy of new treatment options for patients with urea cycle disorders and to monitor the severity of the disease, a reliable and safe quantitative method for the measurement of the urea cycle flux is required. Urea synthesis will be evaluated by administering sodium [1-13C]-acetate and measuring subsequent incorporation o...

Improving Outcomes of Depression Through Person-centered Measurement-based Care and Individualized Feedback

Depression is a leading cause of burden in Canada and globally. Although more people now seek and receive treatment for depression, there are still many who do not respond well to treatments. New and low-cost options are needed to improve the lives of people with depression. Research suggests that asking patients to complete questionnaires and sending feedback to their clinicians may improve depressive symptoms. Research also shows that encouraging individuals with depression t...

Teen Adherence in KidnEy Transplant, Improving Tracking To Optimize Outcomes (Stage 1)

The overall goal of the Teen Adherence in KidnEy transplant Improving Tracking TO Optimize Outcomes (TAKE-IT TOO) study is to adapt the successful TAKE-IT intervention, aimed at improving medication adherence in adolescent kidney transplant, for use in 'real world' clinical care. The specific aims of Stage 1 of this study are: (1) To understand the needs and preferences of stakeholders (kidney transplant recipients, parents, and healthcare professionals (HCP)) in order to optim...

Parkinson's Disease Registry of the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center

The purpose of the Parkinson’s disease Registry is to develop a national and international database of persons with Parkinson’s disease (PD). The Registry will be used to facilitate the development of new therapies and healthcare services to improve the quality of life for people with PD. It will also be a means for investigators in the field of PD to quickly identify and notify subjects about other research studies for which they are eligible. Objectives include: ...

Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes in Clinical Kidney Practice (ePRO Kidney)

People living with end-stage kidney disease (ESKD) need dialysis or transplantation in order to stay alive. This illness and treatment significantly impact peoples' health, emotions, work and relationships. To promote person-centred care, healthcare professionals should be asking patients about what matters to them and using this feedback to plan and deliver care. Patient-reported outcome and experience questionnaires (jointly referred to as PROs) allow patients to provide info...

Comparison of Two Workplace-Sponsored Obesity Prevention Programs

Obesity has reached epidemic proportions in the United States with nearly 64% of American adults considered overweight or obese. Weight loss programs that take place at work have proven to be effective at promoting healthy lifestyles. The purpose of this study is to compare the effectiveness of a Web-based weight loss program versus a cash incentive weight loss program among employees at North Carolina universities and colleges.

Rewarding Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Prevention and Control in Tanzania

This project evaluates the effect of a combined economic and psycho-social intervention to reduce risky sexual activity and its consequences. The main hypothesis to be tested is that risky sexual activity and resulting sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can be reduced through an intervention of counseling, regular STI testing, and positive reinforcement using cash rewards. The intervention is being implemented in a population of young people in rural Tanzania where more c...

Phase 3 Study of ASTX727 vs IV Decitabine in MDS and CMML

Multicenter, randomized, open-label, crossover PK study of ASTX727 versus IV decitabine. Adult subjects who are candidates to receive IV decitabine will be randomized 1:1 to receive the ASTX727 tablet Daily×5 in Cycle 1 followed by IV decitabine 20 mg/m^2 Daily×5 in Cycle 2, or the converse order. After completion of PK studies during the first 2 treatment cycles, subjects will continue to receive treatment with ASTX727 from Cycle 3 onward (in 28-day cycles) until disease pro...

3Ps for Prevention Study (Perception, Partners, Pills)

This study has two phases. It will be conducted in one site in CT only. Phase I is to enumerate interest in PrEP uptake among young South African women exposed to a culturally-appropriate social marketing campaign. This enumeration will also serve as a recruitment strategy for a cohort with open-label PrEP access in Phase II. The cohort will assess PrEP acceptability and adherence among 200 HIV-uninfected young women who are offered open-label daily oral PrEP and randomized to ...

Effect of Herbal Extracts on Gingival Inflammation

The purpose of this study is to determine the minimal number of patches needed to get an effective response. Patients enrolled in the study will be given 1, 2, 3 or 4 patches in a cycle by the order they enter the study. After the first 20 patients [5 cycles], the effect of the number of patches will be tested. If there is no distinct reduction of beta glucuronidase in the GCF or of gingival index at the tested sites, more patients will be enrolled. Patients will be added on...

Title: Comparative Effectiveness of Asthma Interventions Within an AHRQ PBRN

The overall goal is to identify best practices for improving health outcomes for patients with asthma using comparative effectiveness research within an Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Practice-Based Research Network (PBRN). This goal will be achieved by completing the following aims: (1) Create a centralized database for comparative effectiveness research on asthma by combining clinical and billing data from one of the largest healthcare systems in the countr...

Implementation of Medical Weight Management by Telemedicine

As the prevalence and associated healthcare costs of obesity continue to increase, the need for obesity treatments that contribute to weight loss maintenance are needed. Through the functionality of a smart device, telehealth can provide quality healthcare to individuals of different socioeconomic communities, expand healthcare access, as well as reduce overall healthcare costs. This research program will uncover the effects of a 12-week commercially available telehealth-based ...

MyHealthKeeper: Clinical Trial Study Based on Personal Health Record Healthcare Management

In order to study the effectiveness of personalized healthcare intervention for lifestyle-related diseases, investigators designed this study using mobile application and clinical feedback from clinicians

Rhythm Disturbances After Ventricular Septal Defects

We would like to conduct a retrospective chart review examining the incidence of surgical heart block in children treated in the Cardiac Service Line at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. We would like to look at the last 30 surgical heart block cases seen at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. We will collect the following information on each patient: Patient Date of Birth Date of the surgical procedure Weight of the patient at the time of surgery Concomitant Diagnoses Ne...

Health System Integration of Tools to Improve Primary Care for Autistic Adults

The health system is ill-equipped to meet the needs of autistic adults. The Academic Autism Spectrum Partnership in Research and Education (AASPIRE), an academic-community partnership comprised of academics, autistic adults, healthcare providers, and supporters, has used a community based participatory research (CBPR) approach to develop and test an online healthcare toolkit aimed at improving primary care services for autistic adults. It was specifically designed as a low-inte...

Recurrent Failures in assIsted Reproductive Techniques (The FIRST Registry)

Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ARTs) are widely used in couples with fertility problems. However, despite ART treatment options have evolved over time, the implantation rate remains rather low. A possible role for inherited and acquired thrombophilias has been invoked, especially in women with previous implantation failures. However, several factors could play a role in these conditions. A potential benefit of low-molecular-weight heparin (LMWH) in improving ART ou...


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