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Memory for Flu Facts and Myths and Effects on Vaccine Intentions

Objectives: To determine whether people systematically misremember the “myths” (false information) as true, and to assess effects on perceptions of risk and behavioral intentions.


Myths About Bipolar Affective Disorder: The Role of Structured Group Psychoeducation Therapy

This study will examine: 1) the impact of psycho education group therapy sessions relating to beliefs myths associated with bipolar affective disorder (BAD) on the emotional wellbeing, clinical course and cognition of individuals diagnosed with BAD, 2) will examine the existence of those same beliefs among the various caregivers - psychiatrists, general practitioners, social workers, psychiatric nurses. The investigators hypothesize that psycho education group therapy ...

Delivering Church-based Interventions to Reduce Stigma and Mental Health Treatment Disparities Among Latinos

This study is a cluster randomized controlled trial of a Latino church-based intervention in Los Angeles and Riverside Counties. This study aims to leverage the collective resources of Latino religious congregations and the National Alliance on Mental Illness to test the effectiveness of a multi-component intervention directed at reducing stigma, increasing mental health literacy, and improving access to mental health services.


DESEO: DEpression Screening and Education: Options to Reduce Barriers to Treatment

The purpose of this project is to implement a Depression Education Intervention (DEI) designed to increase disease literacy, and dispel myths about depression and its treatment among Hispanic patients thus reducing stigma and increasing treatment engagement. This project will be conducted at one community health center whose patient population is majority Hispanic.

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Multi-center Evaluation of the NEMO Gauge to Aid in Correct Positioning of the Endotracheal Tube

The aim of this study is to verify the safety and accuracy of an FDA-approved device called the NEMO™ Gauge to aide in the proper positioning of the endotracheal tube inserted in the lungs of patients admitted to the intensive care unit. The hope is that the NEMO™ Gauge is able to properly determine the correct position of the endotracheal tube without the use of a chest radiograph (chest x-ray). The study investigators anticipate sixty-eight (68) subjects will participate ...

Debunking Myths About Contraceptive Safety Among Women in Kingston, Jamaica

The primary hypothesis is that the intervention video - based on strategies from cognitive psychology - can correct women's misinformation about long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) and result in higher use of LARC. While there are no direct benefits to participants from being in the study, the research could benefit women in general by providing evidence to help prevent unintended pregnancy. Unlike many interventions that are not feasible for scaling up once shown to be...

Using Focus Group to Explore Cultural Acceptability of Contraception

The purpose of this study is to learn what women of childbearing age think of Long Acting Reversible Contraception. A variety of myths regarding LARCs have been described in the literature. This study is designed to asses women's cultural belief's regarding LARCs. Investigators are looking to collect information from women in general, rather than solely who are seeking contraception. Investigators will be recruiting women ages 18-45 years from seven family health centers affili...

Sexaffectivity in Autistic Spectrum Disorder

The WHO defines sexual health as a state of physical, emotional, mental and social well-being, related to sexuality, not only the absence of illness, dysfunction or disability. To acquire and maintain adequate sexual health, the sexual rights of all people must be respected, protected and fully exercised. People with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) present difficulties in the development of social interaction skills, among other problems that directly affect their sexual health...

Enhancing Kidney Donation Through Live Organ Video Educated Donors (LOVED) Study Phase

LOVED stands for the Living Organ Video Educated Donors (LOVED) program. It is a culturally tailored program for African Americans to reduce the disparity of low rates of living kidney donation. It is a mobile health delivered platform that does not require transplant center visits, thus increasing the reach of the program compared to center-based program to enhance living kidney donation. The purpose of LOVED is to give education and encouragement to those who need a kidney tr...

Research Initiative to Support the Empowerment of Girls

Background Adolescent pregnancies carry risks to the young mothers and the baby. Keeping girls in school can potentially protect girls from getting pregnant. In Zambia, 35% of young rural girls have given birth by the age of 18 years, and the pregnancy rates are particularly high among girls who are out-of-school. Approximately 50% of girls never enroll in secondary school. Widespread myths and negative social norms are barriers to adolescent girls using modern contraceptives, ...

Effect of Group Education and Individual Counselling on Mental Health and Quality of Life in 45-60 Year Old Women

Background: Stress-related ill health is today the most common cause of long-term sick leave in women in the middle of life and a common cause of visits to primary health care. Objective: To implement and investigate the effect of education in group and/or individually held in primary health care clinics embracing aspects of mental health, quality of life, sick leave and the needs women aged 45-60 with stress-related symptoms have. Method The study is a randomiz...

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LEO 32731 - A Phase I Study in Healthy Subjects

LEO 32731 ("Study Drug") is an investigational drug which is being developed by LEO Pharma A/S ("the Sponsor") for treatment of psoriasis. The aim (s) of this Study are to determine: - The safety and tolerability of the Study Drug and any side effects that might be associated with it - The Study will also measure how much of the Study Drug that gets into the blood and how long time it takes for the body to remove it.

An Exploratory Sub-Study for the RED-HF™ (Reduction of Events With Darbepoetin Alfa in Heart Failure) Trial

The purpose of Study 20060172 was to measure echocardiographic parameters and biomarkers in a subgroup of study subjects enrolled in Study 20050222 (the RED-HF Trial). This substudy 20060172 was terminated early due to feasibility constraints. All subjects enrolled in 20060172 were also enrolled in Study 20050222, which is ongoing. Study data will be analyzed when Study 20050222 ends, since unblinding before then would adversely affect Study 20050222.

Vitamins C and Vitamin E and Cardiovascular Risk

The proposed study will examine the hypothesis that vitamin C and vitamin E given to type 2 diabetic individuals will provide effective anti-inflammatory, anti-thrombotic, and anti-oxidative atherosclerotic protection when administered at the optimal dose as determined by surrogate markers of inflammation, hypercoagulability, and oxidation.

Feasibility of Using the Livongo-Insulia Study App for Patients With Type 2 Diabetes [Pilot Study]

The Livongo-Insulia Study App Pilot Study (LISA Pilot) is a 3-month, prospective, interventional study. The purpose of this pilot study is to evaluate the feasibility of using the Livongo-Insulia Study App for individuals with type 2 diabetes using basal insulin. This will be assessed by measuring the impact of the Livongo-Insulia Study App on glycemic control for these individuals.

Optoacoustic Images Versus Imagio® Ultrasound

The Imagio® Pivotal Study is intended to evaluate if the results observed in the previous Feasibility Study can be confirmed for pre-specified effectiveness endpoints. Using Intention-to-Diagnose (ITD) masses from the PIONEER Pivotal study, 480 to 840 masses are to be used for the Pivotal Study, the remaining masses will be reserved for training the SenoGram® model.

A Study to Evaluate Avastin in Patients Treated in a Previous Genentech-Sponsored Cancer Study

This is a multicenter, open-label extension study. Subjects who have received rhuMAb VEGF therapy in Study AVF2107g, AVF2119g, or AVF2192g and who completed the parent study are eligible for inclusion in this trial. Subjects who have received placebo in Study AVF2107g or AVF2192g are also eligible.

A Study to Allow Continued Treatment of Patients Who Have Participated in a Spectrum-Sponsored Poziotinib Study

This is an open-label extension study (Extension Study) designed to allow patients to continue to receive poziotinib treatment after they have completed the duration of treatment and all protocol-specified assessments and procedures in a previous Spectrum-sponsored poziotinib study (Original Study). Patients will proceed to the study with a maximum hiatus of 20 days following the End-of-Treatment (EOT) visit in the Original Study. This extension protocol is intended to provide...

AA4500 (XIAFLEX™, Proposed Name) in the Treatment of Dupuytren's Contracture

Study AUX-CC-858 is an open-label continuation of the double-blind Study AUX-CC-857. Subjects who complete the Day 90 visit after their initial injection in Study AUX-CC-857 will enter into Study AUX-CC-858. Subjects who require further treatment in Study AUX-CC-858 either because their treated joint was not a clinical success (primary joint received placebo or another joint received less than 3 injections) or they have other affected joints that were not treated will have the...

Rollover Study to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of Long-term Treatment With Lumacaftor in Combination With Ivacaftor

Study 110 is a Phase 3, multicenter study in subjects aged 6 years and older with cystic fibrosis (CF) who are homozygous for the F508del-CF transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) mutation and who participated in Study 109 (NCT02514473) or Study 011B (NCT01897233). Study 110 is designed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of long term treatment of lumacaftor in combination with ivacaftor.

Long-term Extension Study Evaluating Extended Release Ropinirole XL (Formerly Referred to as Ropinirole CR) in Patients Who Already Completed Either Study 167 or 164

The purpose of this study is to obtain information on the long-term safety, tolerability, and therapeutic benefit of extended release ropinirole XL, and to provide a mechanism for patients who participated in either Study 167 or Study 164 to continue receiving ropinirole XL if they chose to do so.

Extension of Study TKT024 Evaluating Long-Term Safety and Clinical Outcomes in MPS II Patients Receiving Idursulfase

Study TKT024EXT was a long-term, single-arm, open-label extension of Study TKT024. The primary objective of this extension study was to collect long-term safety and clinical outcome data in MPS II from Study TKT024. All patients enrolling into this study received weekly active treatment with idursulfase, the primary dosing regimen investigated in Study TKT024.

Lipid Research Clinics Population Studies

To conduct epidemiologic surveys of the distribution, causes, and consequences of the dyslipoproteinemias. The Population Studies include the Prevalence Study, the Family Study, and the Mortality Follow-up Study and shared the same general population base.

The SoundScar Study The SOUNDSCAR Study

Prospective, Non-randomized, Single-arm Study to assess the accuracy of intracardiac echocardiography (ICE) for characterization of arrhythmogenic substrate in patients with ischaemic cardiomyopathy undergoing ventricular tachycardia (VT) ablation

Study to Understand the Natural History of HIV/AIDS in the Era of Effective Therapy (SUN Study)

The SUN Study is a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-sponsored multi-site prospective observational cohort study designed to better understand the incidence and etiology of metabolic and other complications related to effective HIV treatment and longer survival. The SUN Study is also providing a platform to evaluate a behavioral intervention designed to reduce HIV transmission through prevention counseling in routine care.


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