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Using Decision Analysis to Enhance Decision-Making Regarding Prostate Cancer Screening

The purpose of this study is to evaluate a new counseling tool for patients deciding whether or not to undergo prostate cancer screening. This screening decision aid is a computer program that provides individual patients estimates of their risks of prostate cancer diagnosis, prostate cancer related death, or death from any cause. We are evaluating whether or not patients find this screening decision aid helpful. As part of this study, you will be asked for your response on que...


Changing Thought and Action in Tobacco Dependence With Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

This study will examine the effects of high frequency, repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on decision-making and smoking behavior.

Using Multimedia Digital Health to Enable and Engage Pediatric Inpatients and Their Parents

This project leverages digital health technology to support patient engagement and shared decision-making between families, patients, and providers. The investigators will start by finalizing the educational module and adding randomization for the trial (Aim 1). The investigators will then complete iterative user testing in the live system through measurement of educational module views and usability feedback interviews with 20 end users (Aim 2). The investigators will then con...


Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation as Treatment for Acute Suicidality in Adult Patients

Suicide was responsible for almost 40,000 deaths in 2011 in America. It is still singularly difficult to predict who is going to commit suicide and how to establish adequate interventions. Growing evidence supports the view that suicide is associated with poor decision making. Suicide is hypothesized to be triggered by stressful situations that create overwhelming psychological pain in an individual who chooses to terminate his/her own life, disregarding all future consequences...

Implementation of Shared Decision-Making in Cancer Care

This study aims to evaluate a theoretically and empirically grounded implementation program designed to foster shared decision-making in routine cancer care. The intervention program consists of several components (e.g. training for health care professionals, patient empowerment strategies) that will be rolled out in three clinics at a comprehensive cancer center in Germany.

Glucagon Efficiency After High and Low Carbohydrate Diet

No studies have investigated if the dietary composition of carbohydrate influences the glycaemic effect of single and multiple boluses of subcutaneous low-dose glucagon. Further, the recommended diet composition to patients with type 1 diabetes has not been thoroughly validated. Many patients with type 1 diabetes practice low carbohydrate eating patterns due to the assumption that this diet can reduce fluctuations in plasma glucose. Before glucagon can be used as an add-on to i...

Implementing Shared Decision Making in Interprofessional Home Care Teams

This study will train health providers in home care teams across Quebec in shared decision making with older clients and their caregivers about the decision to stay at home or move to a care facility, and then assess its impact. This decision is one of the toughest for older Canadians. Decisions that are informed, shared and supported produce better results. An interprofessional approach to shared decision making is when older persons and their caregivers are supported by not j...

Effectiveness Study of a Computer-Based Colorectal Cancer Screening Decision Aid

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a multimedia educational computer program can increase colorectal cancer screening rates in low and adequate literacy patients.

Evaluation of an Intervention Designed to Enhance the Quality of Decision Support Provided to Patients Making Decsions About End-of-Life Place of Care

Most dying cancer patients would prefer a home death yet die in an institution. Patients can experience uncertainty when weighing practical considerations, concern for others, and their personal ratings about the desirability and undesirability of various outcomes related to different locations of care. Health professionals, trained in decision support, can help patients to make decisions that are informed by both relevant information and what outcomes are most valued by patie...

My Scrivener® - Measuring Effectiveness and Dose Response in Children

This study will assess whether a computer haptic peripheral device programmed to provide repetitive motion training is as effective as the same repetitive motion training provided by a human being.

A Long-Term Prospective Randomized Controlled Study Using Repetitive Education at Six-Month Intervals and Monitoring for Adherence in Heart Failure Outpatients – The REMADHE Study

Recent meta-analysis reported reduction in mortality and hospitalization of HF patients.However, important issues in DMP for HF remain to be resolved. DMP are not homogeneous concerning methodology and in general included only elderly patients; most were tested in high-risk HF patients discharged from hospital; quality of life results are controversial; few reports included long-term results; some protocols had limited enrollment of screened patients, and it was suggested that ...

Treatment With Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Cocaine Addiction: Clinical Response and Functional Connectivity.

The purpose of this study is to investigate the short and long term clinical and cognitive effects of repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) at 5 Hz and/or 10 Hz frequencies on the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in cocaine dependent patients and to examine possible changes in brain structure and functional connectivity associated with this intervention.

Improving Decision Making for Patients With Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation

Deciding about prolonged life support for critically ill patients can be very difficult. Therefore, the investigators are doing a study to see if an internet-based decision aid can improve the quality of decision making for substitute decision makers of patients who are in the intensive care unit (ICU).

ICIBS Trial - Improving Patient Information About Bowel Cancer Screening - a Decision Aid Trial

This project has been completed and consisted of a randomised trial of six tailored decision aids giving patients evidence-based information about faecal occult blood test screening for bowel cancer. 314 Australians aged between 50-74 years were recruited from five general practices and randomised to received either the tailored decision aid with age-gender and family history specific information and values clarification exercise or a standard government information sheet. ...

Educational Module and Decision Counseling Program in Increasing Mammography Screening Rates in Formerly Homeless Women With Serious Mental Illness

This pilot clinical trial studies how well an educational module and decision counseling program works in increasing mammography screening rates in formerly homeless women with serious mental illness. An educational module and decision counseling program may be an effective tool and have the potential to help with early detection and treatment.

Excitatory rTMS to the Left Dorsolateral Pre-Frontal Cortex to Reduce Cannabis-Cue Induced Craving

This is a double-blind, crossover trial that will recruit a cohort of non-treatment seeking Cannabis use disordered participants. Participants will then undergo either active, or sham rTMS to the LDLPFC, and cue-induced craving, and risky decision making will be assessed.

DÉCISION+, a Continuous Professional Development Program to Improve Optimal Drug Prescription : a Feasibility Study

The objective of this project is to evaluate the feasibility of a larger randomized trial of the efficacy of DECISION+, a continuous professional development program integrating multiple components, to promote shared decision making concerning drug prescription.

A Study of Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Bipolar Patients

This study will investigate the effect of Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) on cognition and long-term clinical outcomes of bipolar patients.

Health and Justice: A Continuum of Care for HIV and SU for Justice-Involved Young Adults (PHASE 2)

This research study proposes to embed HIV testing outreach workers from a young adult focused medical and HIV treatment program into an alternative sentencing program to deliver a new service delivery model (Link2CARE) that integrates evidence-based protocols for justice-involved young adults to: a) promote HIV and STI testing, and HIV and SU risk screening, b) provide onsite intervention, and c) cross-system linkage to HIV, STI, and SU care. Phase 1 has already been completed....

Nevus Doctor Clinical Decision Support for GPs

The study investigates if a computer-based clinical decision support tool for skin cancer may improve the diagnostic accuracy of general practitioners (GPs). The aim of the program is to help GPs increase their diagnostic accuracy, in particular regarding the selection of suspicious skin lesions that need biopsy or referral to specialist health care for further assessment. Half of the physicians in the trial will have the clinical decision support tool available during consulta...

Home-exercise Program for Children and Adolescent Survivors of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

- Exercise programs in children and teenagers with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) strengthens their physical fitness. - Exercising improves muscular and functional mobility fitness after finalizing chemotherapy in children and teenagers diagnosed with ALL. - Assess cardiological changes

Comparative Effectiveness of Decision Support Strategies for Joint Replacement Surgery

This study is a 2X2 factorial randomized trial that will the examine the comparative effectiveness of two patient decision aids for hip and knee osteoarthritis as well as the impact of a surgeon-focused intervention.

Enhancing Relapse Prevention for Smoking Cessation With Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Tobacco use is one of the most significant cancer control and public health challenges in the US today. Half of all smokers in the US will attempt to quit tobacco each year, but fully 95% of those who attempt to quit will reverse this decision within 12 months and choose the transient, albeit immediately rewarding activity of smoking at the cost of much larger long-term rewards such as future health and long life. This project seeks to improve scientific knowledge of these deci...

Efficacy of a Mechanical Gait Repetitive Training Technique in Hemiparetic Stroke Patients

Modern concepts of gait rehabilitation after stroke favor a task-specific repetitive approach. This study aims to test the efficacy on gait recovery of a mechanized gait trainer enabling nonambulatory patients to have the repetitive practice of a gait-like movement.

Development of a Decision Aid to Facilitate Ovarian Cancer Patient's Choices Regarding Biomarker CA125

In 2015 the Danish Health authorities initiated major changes in the national follow-up (FU) program for ovarian cancer patients. The new FU program argues that there is no effect of routine monitoring of tumour marker CA125. Now every patient needs to choose if they wish routine measurement of CA 125 to be part of the follow-up program. Shared Decision Making (SDM) can help health professionals develop a more individualized care plan in collaboration with the patient, as stat...


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