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Loss of functioning and age-related health problems tend to appear earlier in individuals with intellectual disability (ID) than in their non-disabled peers and due to this people with ID who are in employment tend to need to retire earlier, producing social, economic and health problems. The Feldenkrais method (FM) is a movement-based form of learning that enhances body balance and physical functioning. We hypothesized that the FM could be helpful to improve balance and functi...

Semantic Memory, Financial Capacity, and Brain Perfusion in Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

Alzheimer's disease often manifests as a memory disorder before dementia develops. Dementia is considered to be present when a person can no longer handle complex activities of daily living, such as managing finances. This study will investigate the relationship between changes in the ability to manage finances and brain perfusion, which will be measured using continuous arterial spin-labeling (an experimental MRI). Subjects will also undergo neuropsychological tests focusing o...

Multicenter Intensivist Weekend Scheduling Study

The care of critically ill patients in Intensive Care Units (ICUs) is an important part of modern health care systems. However, ICU care suffers from similar problems as the rest of the health care system. Powerful arguments support the concept that most of problems in complex systems, such as ICUs, relates to flaws in institutional systems and processes that hinder the ability of individuals to perform their jobs well. To fix these problems, the defective systems and proces...

Peer to Peer Mentoring: Facilitating Individuals With Early Inflammatory Arthritis to Manage Their Arthritis - Peer Mentor Training

Inflammatory arthritis (IA) is a major cause of long-term disability. Peer support may be a solution to the common problem of delayed treatment. Early peer support may result in improved use of therapy, higher self-efficacy, reduced anxiety, and improved coping in the first two years post-diagnosis. This study involves the development and testing of a peer mentor training initiative as one part of an intervention study for people with early IA (EIA). Peer mentors will be traine...

Family Approach to Managing Asthma in Early Teens

The purpose of this study is to test two asthma management programs: (a) a school-based curriculum to empower middle school students to manage their asthma and (b) a parent training curriculum to teach childrearing skills that support the youths' growing autonomy and need to self-manage their disease.

Peer to Peer Mentoring: Facilitating Individuals With Early Inflammatory Arthritis to Manage Their Arthritis: Peer Mentoring Program

Inflammatory arthritis (IA) is a major cause of long-term disability. Peer support may be a solution to the common problem of delayed treatment. Early peer support may result in improved use of therapy, higher self-efficacy, reduced anxiety, and improved coping in the first two years post-diagnosis. The whole intervention study comprises of two parts: The first part involves the development and testing of a peer mentor training initiative, which is called "Peer to Peer Mentorin...

The INSIGHT-ICU Study: The Illuminating Neuropsychological Dysfunction and Systemic Inflammatory Mechanisms Gleaned After Hospitalization in Trauma-ICU Study

Cognitive skills are essential to live independently, manage finances, maintain employment, and function in society. Loss of these cognitive skills puts a tremendous burden on society as seen with dementias, Alzheimer's disease, and traumatic brain injury. The INSIGHT-ICU Study (Illuminating Neuropsychological dysfunction and Systemic Inflammatory mechanisms Gleaned after Hospitalization in Trauma-ICU Study) is the first comprehensive and longitudinal long-term cognitive impair...

A Non-interventional Retrospective Study to Describe Early Clinical Experience With Cabozantinib in Patients With Advanced Renal Cell Carcinoma (RCC) in the UK

Clinical experience with cabozantinib is limited in the UK and Ireland and there is anecdotal evidence of there being variability between clinicians in terms of where cabozantinib is used in the treatment pathway. The present study aims to collate and report the experiences of a sample of National Health Service (NHS) Trusts that enrolled patients onto the managed access programme. The study will describe the positioning of cabozantinib in the treatment pathway, associated clin...

Prospective Study Evaluating the Use of PROSPECT to Reduce Insomnia in Patients With Early Stage Breast Cancer

Women with early stage breast cancer may experience difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. If this occurs for more than 4 weeks, these participants may have chronic insomnia. Chronic insomnia can lead to difficulty coping with stress, changes in mood, increased use of medications for sleep and an overall decrease in quality of life. We have developed an internet-based website that is designed to help people manage symptoms typically experienced by breast cancer survivors...

Empowering Patients to Better Manage Diabetes Through Self-Care

This study will look at the impact of health insurance benefits on self management of diabetes for people with this condition. Studies have shown that when people with diabetes manage their disease better, they stay healthier. Our goal in this study is to help those with diabetes better manage their disease (self-care). We will compare two types of health insurance benefits in this study. We want to see if one set of benefits improves self-care more than the other one.

Financial and Mental Health: Exploratory Research

This project will develop a model for providing low-income people with mental illness with supports that enable them to manage their money as well as possible so that they are better able to meet their basic needs, to experience less anxiety about finances, and to live fulfilling lives in the community with the greatest possible degree of independence. The project will work within a citizenship-oriented approach to mental health care, which promotes recovery through linking peo...

Early Onset and Familial Gastric Cancer Registry

The purpose of this study is to establish a gastric cancer registry. A registry is a database of information. With the registry, we can learn more about the genetic causes of gastric cancer in order to develop better methods of early diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of gastric cancers. As part of this study, you will be asked to join a registry of families who are affected with various forms of gastric cancer. These registries are important because they may help physicians ...

Premie Pouch to Manage Deformational Plagiocephaly in Very Low Birth Weight Infants

This pilot project proposes to develop and test a new device to manage (defined as resolving, prohibiting, inhibiting or preventing) the development of Deformational Plagiocephaly (DP) in prematurely born infants weighing < 1 kilogram.

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Early Postoperative Prevention and Treatment of Median Sternotomy Scars With Botulinum Toxin Type A Injection

Linear hypertrophic scar is a common surgical problem that can be difficult to manage, especially for the median sternotomy scar. Despite high demand for the early intervention to prevent and treat surgical scars, there is yet no universal consensus on satisfactory treatment. Botulinum toxin type A is a neurotoxin that has been widely and safely used in medicine for more than 30 years. It induces chemodenervation through acting on the presynaptic neuron to prevent release of ac...

Using Emotion Regulation to Decrease Aggression in Veterans With PTSD

Impulsive aggression (IA) is common among Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and PTSD is one of the most prevalent post deployment mental health conditions affecting Afghanistan and Iraq Veterans. An inability to manage one's emotions (emotion dysregulation) is an underlying mechanism of IA. Reducing IA and increasing use of PTSD evidence-based psychotherapies are two critical missions for the Veterans Health Administration. This research supports these ...

Developing a Home Telehealth Program to Manage Pressure Ulcers in SCI/D

The practical impact of this research will be to develop, evaluate and validate the home telehealth disease management protocol items to help patients with spinal cord injury manage/prevent skin breakdown.

The Development of a Psychoeducational Tool to Manage Anxiety in People With Autism Spectrum Disorders

The purpose of this pilot intervention trial is to assess the efficacy of newly developed psychoeducation guides designed to manage anxiety in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) by recruiting 30 participants with ASD and high levels of anxiety along with their parent/caregivers who both receive a version of the psychoeducation guide.

Financial Burden Assessment in Patients With Stage I-III Colon or Rectal Cancer Undergoing Treatment

This research trial studies the financial burden in patients with stage I-III colon or rectal cancer who are undergoing treatment. Collecting data from patients about their cost and quality of life may help doctors to better understand the impact of cancer treatment on a patient?s employment and finances.

Interdisciplinary Home Rehabilitation of Patients With Stroke. A Randomised Controlled Intervention Trial.

Objective: To evaluate the effect of interdisciplinary home rehabilitation of patients with acute stroke. The trial seeks to evaluate: 1. Can early home rehabilitation affect the degree of independence (motor capacity, activities of daily living and cognitive status), quality of life and the possibility of discharge to own home? 2. Can home rehabilitation influence the length of admission at a rehabilitation centre in the municipality, readmission to ...

Self-Management and Care of Heart Failure With Group Clinics (SMAC-HF)

The purpose of this study is to help people with heart failure (HF) to manage their HF and to prevent rehospitalizations. Another purpose is to test the usefulness of clinical appointments and educational videotapes in teaching patients how to manage their HF. It is proposed that the group clinic intervention will reduce rehospitalization, depression, and improve problem solving related to heart failure symptoms.

Virtual Reality for Alleviation of Peripheral IV Placement-Associated Discomfort

Immersive virtual reality (iVR) has been used successfully to manage pain with distraction. It is a non-invasive treatment modality unassociated with worrisome well-known side effects typically seen when opioids and NSAIDS are used, and has previously been used safely in place of analgesia during dressing changes and burn care. This study investigates whether iVR can be useful as a stand-alone option to manage the pain associated with placement of peripheral intravenous (PIV) c...

Exploring the Learning Needs of Individuals With Inflammatory Arthritis From the Perspectives of Patients, Family Members and Friends, and Health Care Providers: Perspectives of Family Members and Friends

nflammatory arthritis (IA) is a major cause of long-term disability. Due to specialist shortages, failure of primary care providers and individuals to recognize the disease, and lack of awareness of the importance of early intervention, delays to rheumatologic care are common. Peer support models have been used for various health issues and may be one method to assist individuals with early IA to manage their disease and cope with stress. One-on-one semi-structured interviews w...

Aerobic Exercise and Cognitive Functioning in Women With Breast Cancer

In Canada, approximately 68 women are diagnosed with breast cancer every day. Chemotherapy-related cognitive changes (CRCC) are reported by up to 75% of breast cancer survivors during treatment and symptoms persist in 35% of survivors after treatment. Women report that CRCC negatively impacts their everyday functioning and substantially reduces their overall quality of life. Effective clinical interventions to manage CRCC are elusive. As a result, breast cancer survivors typica...

Soberlink - MAP Outcomes Study Protocol

The purpose of this study is to show the effectiveness of Soberlink's remote alcohol monitoring system integrated with MAP's patient engagement platform (EHR) to monitor a sample size of at-risk alcohol use disorder (AUD) population. Ultimately, this data is leveraged to improve clinical outcomes and manage financial risk through facilitating early interventions and other means of mitigating recidivism and costly treatment episodes from AUD population.

Effectiveness of an Individualized Symptom Education Program (ISEP)

The purpose of this study is to examine whether an Individualized Symptom Education Program (ISEP) is helpful to women to manage their symptoms when they are receiving radiation therapy for gynecological cancer. It is expected that women who participate in the ISEP program will be better able to manage their symptoms and exprience less distress than women who receive usual care.

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