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School Breakfast Policy Initiative Study

The purpose of this study is to develop and evaluate the effects of a school breakfast policy initiative (SBPI) on the incidence of overweight and obesity as well as breakfast patterns (both inside and outside of school) among 4th-6th grade children. The study integrates research, education and extension to promote healthy breakfast consumption among low-income children in urban schools and will leverage ongoing SNAP-Ed and the School Breakfast Program efforts.

School-Based Obesity Prevention Program

The overarching goal of this initiative is to reduce the prevalence and occurrence of obesity and increase the remission of obesity in children and adolescents through implementation of a Comprehensive School Nutrition Policy designed to promote changes in the school environment that will reinforce students’ development of healthy eating and physical activity patterns inside and outside of school.

Physical Activity in Schools After the Reform

In 2014 the Danish Government introduced a wide-ranging school reform that applies to all public schools in Denmark. In a physical activity promotion perspective, a distinctive feature of the school reform is that it has become mandatory to integrate an average of 45 minutes of daily physical activity in the regular school day. The overarching objective of the PHASAR study is to evaluate the implementation of this ambitious policy-driven physical activity promotion initiative a...

The Goals of Care Initiative

A single site hybrid implement-evaluation stepped wedge cluster randomised controlled trial in which cancer cluster groups (lung, colorectal, breast, renal, ovarian, upper GI & sarcoma) are randomised sequentially to initiate the Goals of Care Initiative into clinical practice.

Facing Your Fears in Schools: Implementing a CBT Program for Students With ASD or Other Special Learning Needs

The overall goal of the project is to develop a feasible, effective and sustainable school-based program to manage anxiety in elementary and middle school students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other special learning needs. There are two phases to this Department of Health and Human Services/Health Resources and Services Administration-funded research. In the first phase, there will be engagement of community partners in the process of developing the adapted intervent...

Standard Motorcycle Child Safety Helmet Initiative (MCHI) Program

The main aim of this intervention study is to test the hypothesis if helmet initiative program will significantly increase helmet usage in primary school students. The secondary aim of this intervention is to evaluate the behavioral change in standard child safety helmet usage among the parent/adult riders. The study was conducted in 23 primary school in Selangor from 1st January 2016 to 31st December 2018 in three different phases.

The Role of Music in Palliative Care: A Proposal for a Rural Based Initiative in Music Based Interventions

Current practice in larger palliative care centers offer many supportive service modalities, which are often unavailable in the rural setting. Music Therapy by experienced registered Music Therapists is an example of such a modality. The current evidence continues to grow, identifying Music Therapy's benefits to help with symptom relief as well as to improve Quality of Life in many aspects of medicine, but especially in the context of palliative care. This proposal outlines an ...

The B'N Fit POWER Initiative: A School-Based Wellness Initiative for Bronx Youth

The findings of this study will establish the feasibility and efficacy of B'N Fit POWER and given the wide presence of MSHP, MMCC and other afterschool programs, there is significant potential for dissemination of B'N Fit POWER to many other clinic-community partnership sites enabling the development of a larger grant that will test the effectiveness and dissemination process to several schools in the Bronx. The translation of a traditional clinical-based weight-loss interventi...

West Philadelphia Controls Asthma

This project uses community health workers (CHW) or lay health educators to implement asthma interventions that have been proven to work in the primary care setting and in schools. The objective is to integrate the home, school, healthcare system, and community for 600 school-aged asthmatic children in West Philadelphia through use of CHWs. The children enrolled in the study will be randomized to one of four groups including: primary care CHW, school CHW, primary care and scho...

Program Evaluation of an In-school Daily Physical Activity Initiative

The school system is one setting in which children's physical activity levels may be increased through daily physical activity (DPA) policies and initiatives. Adherence to DPA policies is typically poor and results are limited in regard to the associated benefits for participating children. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to evaluate a range of psychosocial outcomes following a community-led, in-school DPA initiative for 9-14 year old children and youth. This program e...

Healthy Corner Store Initiative

The proposed research will evaluate the efficacy of an intervention in urban corner stores. Community-based, environmental manipulation of corner stores is an understudied area and represents the next step in understanding and improving the nutritional intake of school students to prevent obesity.

Enhanced Support for Behavioral Barriers to Learning: An Evaluation of the SCHOOL STARS Program

This small pilot study will enroll children ages 5-12 years of age with disruptive behavior problems at school. These children and their families will be offered an enhanced model of primary care, which includes pre-visit record review, standardized content of primary care visits, post-visit care coordination by the primary care team, and coordination of services between the primary care team and the school. We hypothesize that children receiving this enhanced model of care wil...

An Arts-Based Initiative for the Prevention of Violence Against Women and Girls

this project will evaluate a community and school based program to promote healthy relationships and prevent violence (physical, emotional and sexual dating violence) among predominately African American middle school adolescents in an urban setting (Baltimore, MD).

Iodine Status in Portuguese Children and the Role of Salt Fortification in School Canteens

It is well known that insufficient iodine intakes impairs the production of thyroid hormones, essential for cognitive development and healthy growth. Although the World Health Organization (WHO) promotes public health measures for an adequate iodine consumption, it is estimated that one in three school age children remain iodine deficient worldwide. Whereas there is no mandatory iodisation programs in Portugal, young infants are among the most vulnerable to iodine deficiency d...

Reducing Structural Inequities in Heart Failure Management: An Approach to Improve the Quality of Heart Failure Care on the General Medicine Service: Longitudinal Equity Action Plan (LEAP)

Recent institutional research has demonstrated that black and Latinx patients are significantly less likely to be admitted to cardiology and more likely to be admitted to general medicine for their inpatient heart failure (HF) care. Subsequent HF care on general medicine has been demonstrated to have worse outcomes including lower rates of follow-up with cardiology and higher readmission rates. Given this, this project is a institutional quality improvement initiative, with a s...

KITS: School Readiness in Foster Care Efficacy Trial

The KITS project is a 5-year randomized trial to evaluate a program designed to enhance academic and social-emotional aspects of school readiness for foster preschoolers.

Brief Voluntary Alcohol and Drug Intervention for Middle School Youth

We are currently working in 16 middle schools across Los Angeles, Santa Monica and Torrance to test out a voluntary after school program called Project CHOICE, which focuses on helping students decrease their alcohol and drug use. We are conducting surveys in all schools over three years and providing the intervention in 8 schools in the 2008-2009 school year and in the other 8 schools in the 2011-2012 school year. This is a program we have provided before in middle schools and...

When do School-aged Patients Return to School After ACL Surgery?

We intend to survey school aged patients following ACL surgery on when they return to school. We will analyze independent variables to determine if any relationship exists that may influence the amount of time missed.

Healthy Eating ASD

Most studies which have addressed food selectivity among children with autism spectrum disorders have been conducted in either clinic or home settings. School-based research has been conducted to increase healthy eating, but this research was largely conducted with children without special needs or if children with special needs did participate, they were not identified. This study will focus on increasing consumption of fruits and vegetables among children with an Autis...

Study Evaluating the Effect of Person-centred Care for Patients Admitted for Inpatient Care at an Internal Medicine Unit

Patients admitted to internal medicine care environments have complex care needs and must be treated as persons with resources and responsibilities. Person-centred care is defined as care in which the caregiver aims to get to know the patient as a person, and the care comprises a holistic approach to assess patients' needs and resources. There is strong motivation for future health care to transform into an approach that acknowledges and endorses every patient's resources, inte...

Quality Initiative to Improve Glucose Control in Type 2 Diabetic Patients

The goal of the Twine / University of Michigan Diabetes Quality Improvement Initiative is to improve diabetes care quality using real time feedback with continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) and dietary coaching for lower carbohydrate consumption in a high-risk sub-cohort of outpatients with type 2 diabetes (T2D).

Electronic and Lab Pre-screening of New Rheumatology Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis

By forming the foundation of a delivery system that integrates primary care (PC) and rheumatology, this initiative strives to strengthen the roles of both primary care and rheumatology practices as they co-manage patients in a quality care delivery system. Importantly, it strives to fill an unmet need, the rapid evaluation by Primary Care providers; the appropriate and timely referral of inflammatory disease patients to a rheumatologist; and the implementation of early aggressi...

Stress Reduction: A Pilot Study With Adolescents

This study will evaluate the feasibility of providing an onsite mindfulness intervention, delivered as part of the school health curriculum, to help high school-attending adolescents cope with stress.

Remote Management of Diabetic Patients Via Data Transmission by Accu-Chek 360 Software

The purpose of this study is to determine if providing some care to diabetic patients remotely, using Accuchek 360 yields at least the same clinical results for their diabetes care, according to existing guidelines, as providing all care to patients in person.

A Mind-Body Medicine Curriculum for Peer Counselors

This study will evaluate a Mind-Body Medicine curriculum for high school peer counselors in order to answer the following research questions: 1. Will peer counselor participation in the Mind-Body Medicine curriculum increase their sense of self-regulation, responsibility, social competence, and empathy; decrease anxiety; and increase hope? 2. What are the experiences of peer support counselors participating in the Mind-Body Medicine curriculum?

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