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Zinc, Mental Health, and School Performance in Guatemalan Schoolchildren

This study will determine whether supplements of the mineral zinc will improve mental health and school performance among schoolchildren in Guatemala.


A Behavior Intervention Study on Cardiovascular Health Among Chinese Obese Schoolchildren

The aim of this study is to evaluate the effects of comprehensive behavior on cardiovascular health among obese schoolchildren. The intervention methods include dietary instruction and exercise intervention. The main outcomes are weight, body mass index, blood pressure, lipids and glucose.

Luftibus in the School: a Study on the Respiratory Health of Schoolchildren.

This study assessed the respiratory health of schoolchildren from the canton of Zurich by combining self-reported information on respiratory symptoms with lung function test results and air pollution measurements. Luftibus in the school (LUIS) is a population-based study conducted in the canton of Zurich, Switzerland. Between the years 2013 and 2016 a bus with equipment for lung function testing and air pollution measurement visited numerous schools across the canton Zurich. T...


Oral Health and Its Relation to Development and Well-being of Schoolchildren Before and After Restorative Treatments

The present study aims evaluate the oral health conditions of schoolchildren and its relation to growth, development and well-being. Also, it seeks to evaluate different restorative interventions performed at school premises in primary teeth and its impact on the quality of life.

Dongguan Eye Study of Schoolchildren and Adolescents(DESSA)

This is a study to report the change of ocular biometry of schoolchildren and adolescents as well as its association with birth parameters in China.

Nurses' Health Study and Health Professionals Follow-Up Study (Dermatological Component)

To determine the relationships of dietary factors with the subsequent risk of dermatological diseases (such as skin cancers and inflammatory or autoimmune dermatoses) in a cohort of female registered nurses and male health professionals.

Hummus for Health: Dietary Quality and Health Outcomes in Toddlers

The goal of this study is to examine the effect of increasing children's intake of fiber and unsaturated fat, through daily servings of hummus and vegetables, on their microbiome profile.

Mindfulness Practice for Healthcare Professionals in Training: Clinical Applications

A newly developed intervention, Mindfulness Based Practices for Health Care Professionals in Training: Clinical Applications, will be piloted to determine the feasibility and accessibility within this population. The purpose of the proposed study is to assess the change in perceived stress at work/school and psychological symptomology; i.e., depression, stress, emotion regulation, and dispositional mindfulness, from pre to post intervention in health care professional students ...

Formation of Health Professionals Through in Situ Simulation to Improve Performances During the Initial Step of Thrombectomy for Ischemic Strokes

The thrombectomy is an emergency care provided as soon as possible to selected patients suffering from ischemic strokes. Many steps are necessary to prepare this specialized procedure of interventional neuroradiology, including installation and preparation of the patient for this act. This first and essential time required the intervention of many health professionals. The approach consists of a series of formation through in situ simulations for these health professiona...

Initial Test of the Time to Talk CARDIO (Creating a Real Dialogue In the Office) Program

This research focuses on communication practices between patients and health care professionals, like nurses, doctors, or physician assistants. The goal is to help improve communication about heart health issues. This pilot (or Beta) study is designed to test our ability to recruit an appropriate sample of participants, and determine our ability to deliver and evaluate the effects of a web-based intervention. The investigators hypothesize that exposure to the intervention will...

Mindfulness, Burnout, Physical and Psychological Well-being of Primary Health Care Professionals

High demands put on workers nowadays have contributed for an increase on the vulnerability and the stress levels, with severe consequences for the health (Sandim, 2008). One of the main health conditions today is the Burnout Syndrome - or professional exhaustion (Salanova and Llorens, 2008), with harmful consequences for individuals and organizations. The level of dedication to the tasks in which the frustrations are faced more strongly can determine what type of burnout would ...

Diabetes Training Program for Health Professionals From Hermosillo, Sonora

Primary health care is the medical assistance available to all individuals in a community and is considered the core of the health system. Diabetes, among other chronic diseases, is a common reason for medical consultation in primary health care. Worldwide and in Mexico, the prevalence of diabetes has been increasing in recent decades, which also leads to an increase in the number of deaths. On the other hand, the annual cost of medical care for diabetes in the country has incr...

"Escola em Ação" (Schools in Action)

Background: The health promotion actions carried out in the school environment have positive effects on reducing risk factors for chronic diseases in adolescents. Interdisciplinary strategies involving school and family to increase the level of physical activity among adolescents, inside and outside the school, are essential to encourage healthier lifestyles. Aim: To determine whether a 24-weeks interdisciplinary intervention program promotes improvement in the level of physic...

Organ Donation Survey Among Health Care Professionals in Argentina

The aim of this study is to gather information about knowledge, professional experience and attitude toward organ donation among health care professionals involved in the care of potential donors about the procurement process and potential lung donor management nationwide.

Tobacco Cessation Training Program in Spanish-speaking Countries

This project is responsive to the identified gap of lack of tobacco cessation training programs in Latin American & Caribbean countries. Currently, smoking rates in the Latin American and Caribbean region are high, and previous surveys show that health professionals do not have enough skills to help smokers to quit. In consequence, in absence of trained health professionals, many smokers who visit health care services are under-treated. The Fruitful Project aims to adapt an ori...

Eye Drops Study for Myopia Control in Schoolchildren

The myopia prevalence in schoolchildren is high in Taiwan. The myopia progression is fast in children and often associated high myopia in later life. This prospective and randomized study to investigate the effect of myopia control in myopic children with ultra low concentrations of atropine eye drops and/or low concentrations of anti-allergic and inflammatory eye drops.

The Development of a Personalized Decision Aid: Perspectives of Patients and Health Care Professionals on Shared Decision Making and Informational Needs on Radiotherapy for Breast Cancer

Background: The Dutch guideline on breast cancer treatment shows several grey areas, where no clear recommendation is given on the radiotherapy options, but where the advice is to discuss the treatment of choice with the patient. Currently, patients are exposed to different information given by the professionals' personal styles of informing patients. The challenge for all oncological professionals is to give clear, structured, and neutral information on the pros and cons of th...

Effects of Brief Mindfulness-Based Self-Care Program

Increased burnout among healthcare professionals is well documented. Anxiety, depression, substance use, and suicide related to burnout is on the rise. The use of mindfulness-based programs to reduce stress and enhance wellbeing, among health care professionals, has increased with promising results. Typical mindfulness-based programs are 30 hours in length across 9 sessions. The purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness of a shorter and more practical program that co...

Low Health Literacy Prevalence's Study in Patients With Chronic Cardiovascular Disease

Health literacy is the ability to access, understand, evaluate and apply information in order to communicate with health professionals and understand health instructions but also, promote, maintain and improve health throughout life. Health literacy (HL) is known as a health determinant. An association has been shown between low HL and poorer health outcomes such as increased number of unscheduled hospitalisation or emergency visits, low medication adherence and poor hea...

Impact of Malaria Prevention on Health and Education in Kenyan Schoolchildren

While malaria represents one of the main health problems afflicting Kenyan schoolchildren, the evidence base for policy development and programme implementation for school-based malaria control remains inadequate. A recent study in western Kenya showed that delivering intermittent preventive treatment (IPT) to schoolchildren improved rates of anaemia and classroom concentration, but did not improve school performance. This study aims to (i) investigate the impact of malaria pre...

Management of Drooling in Children With Cerebral Palsy in France

The study is a transversal, observational, descriptive survey of the practices and opinions of health professionals carried out nationally across France that aims to characterize children with cerebral palsy and pathological drooling and to describe care pathways, assessment and treatment of drooling.

Reducing Musculoskeletal Stresses and Work-related Injuries Among Allied Health Professionals in Surgical Care

1. What are the risk factors that contribute to musculoskeletal injuries and fatigue on allied health professionals in surgical care (e.g. scrub nurses, surgical assistants, and circulating nurses)? 2. Can the investigators design wearable devices that the investigators can later evaluate?

Web-based Implementation for the Science of Enhancing Resilience Study

Resilience means a healthcare provider's ability to cope, recover, and learn from stressful events, as well as their access to resources that promote health and well-being. Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) health professionals' need to have particularly good resilience, because their work is extremely stressful and their patients, fragile preterm infants, require their undivided attention. The investigators propose a feasible and engaging intervention to enhance resilience a...

Determinants of Health and Cancer: Investigating the Conceptions of Children From 6 to 11 Years Old

Model and map, from a qualitative multi-phased protocol, the conceptions and systems of conceptions of the determinants of health and cancer expressed and perceived by schoolchildren aged 6 to 11 years. The secondary objectives are to analyze the ability to question the conceptions of children's health regardless of their age and to link conceptions and determinants to contextual factors. The informative value and complementarity of the collection tools (photo expression, QC, p...

Training for Health Professionals In Tanzania

Conduct a social ecological needs assessment of sexual health care delivery in Tanzania and develop a theoretically-sound, empirically-based, health training curriculum for health students tailored to the Tanzanian/East African/Sub-Saharan context.


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