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A Study Comparing Shared Solutions® Plus MS Center Support Versus Shared Solutions® Alone

To compare the effectiveness of a 90-day Copaxone® adherence enhancement program for a sample of MS patients who are at high risk of nonadherence and receive support from Shared Solutions® and their MS Center versus those who receive support only from Shared Solutions®.


Study for Antibiotic Impregnated Calcium Sulfate Beads as Prophylaxis for Surgical Site Infection

The CDC quotes a rate of wound infection of 2-5% for inpatient surgery. Patients undergoing a vascular operation, however, are generally at an increased risk of wound infection with rates often close to 5-10%. Groin incisions are an additional risk factor for surgical site infections, with rates of wound infection being quoted from 10-15%, and even as high as 30% in high risk patients. The use of implantable calcium sulfate beads mixed with antibiotics may help to lower the rat...

Shared Care for Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Across the Primary and Secondary Health Care Sector

The aim of the study is to test the effect of a new shared care model for type 2 diabetes care and compare it with a standardized care management program in a specialized hospital-based out-patient clinic. The hypothesis is that participants with type 2 diabetes followed in a shared care program will have a comparable outcome in HbA1c to participants receiving standard care.


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.

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...

Shared Medical Decision Making in the Prophylactic Treatment of Bipolar Disorder

The investigators hypothesize that implementation of a shared decision making care plan for prophylactic treatment will help therapeutic adherence of bipolar patients. They also anticipate that patients treated according to a shared decision making plan will have an elevated satisfaction of their care, quality of life and functionment, as well as a lower number of relapses

A Shared Decision Making Training for Inpatients With Schizophrenia

Patients suffering from schizophrenia who attend the communication skills program engage more deeply in therapeutic reasoning and treatment decisions. This results in stronger preferences to participate, greater perceived involvement and better long term adherence compared to patients who do not attend the training.

Telehealth Self Management for CHF

People with heart failure (HF) are hospitalized over a million times a year in the US at a cost over $39 billion dollars. About half of the patients are readmitted within 30 days. Despite a number of institutional reforms, cost and readmissions remain high in the VA. The VA Home Telehealth (HT) monitoring program decreases preventable readmissions, but HF readmissions remain increased in the VA. Despite an active and effective HT program, the Charleston VAMC has the highest HF...

Effectiveness of an Online Prevention Program in Reducing the Risk of STD Infection in Young Adults

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of a tailored interactive online risk reduction program versus a standard online risk reduction program in reducing the risk of STD infection in young adults.

Determining Rates of Cardiovascular Complications Among Patients of a Managed Diabetes Care Program

The primary objective of this study is to identify whether cardiovascular complication rates are lower in patients who participate in managed diabetes care, in comparison to provincial and national rates. This study will involve an electronic medical record (EMR) chart audit, augmented by a manual review of hospital and other pertinent medical records, as necessary.

A Surveillance Program for the Detection of Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) Resistance to Tenofovir in HIV-HBV co-Infected Patients

Human immunodeficiency virus/Hepatitis B virus (HIV/HBV) co-infections are frequently observed due to shared routes of transmission, with reported figures indicating 6-9% of HIV-infected individuals in developed countries are chronically infected with HBV. HIV infection impacts on the natural progression of HBV infection, increasing levels of HBV replication and the risk of liver-associated mortality. Liver diseases associated with HBV are affected by the antiviral drugs used f...

An Algorithm to Decide on Antibiotic Prescription in Lower Respiratory Tract Infection in Primary Care

The study is randomized clustered pragmatic trial whose objective is to decrease unnecessary antibiotic prescription in adult patients with lower respiratory tract infection managed at primary care level in Switzerland, using a simple algorithm based on 2 point of care test results

Evaluation of the Implementation and Effectiveness of IPP-HPV

The purpose of the proposed pilot study is to assess the implementation of IPP-HPV immunization at Yale New Haven Hospital (YNHH) and to identify potential barriers to and facilitators of this intervention to optimize its feasibility and effectiveness. It is imperative that innovative interventions be developed to achieve comprehensive utilization of this highly effective vaccine to reduce rates of HPV infection, lower rates of cervical and other HPV associated cancers, and add...

Albumin Administration in Patients With Cirrhosis and Infections Unrelated to Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis

Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP) present in cirrhotic patients induces severe circulatory dysfunction, which results in renal failure in up to 30% of the patients. Renal failure is an important prognostic marker, representing the major predictive factor of in-hospital mortality. Recent studies have shown that plasma volume expansion with albumin associated with cefotaxime in patients with SBP is more efficient to prevent renal failure than cefotaxime treatment alo...

An Educational and Exercise Program as Secondary Prevention of Recurrent Lower Back Pain in Healthcare Workers

At Lyon University Medical Center, back problems are the leading cause of sick leave. The course of lower back pain is usually relatively short (recovery occurs within 4 to 6 weeks in 90% of cases). However, about 5-10% develop chronic lower back pain. Although this is a relatively small group, the economic consequences are enormous (accounting for 70 to 80% of the total cost of lower back pain). Nowadays, some very general training sessions are offered to workers at Lyon Univ...

Impact of a Smart-phone Application on Breastfeeding Rates Among Low-income, Urban Women

Breastfed babies have significant health benefits extending beyond infancy, including lower rates of childhood obesity and infection. Low-income women are less likely to breastfeed comparatively; this disparity may be due to misconceptions about breastfeeding benefits or poor social support. Based on survey results and focus groups of low-income women, the investigators designed a novel smart-phone application to confront barriers women perceived prevented them from breastfeedi...

Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Family Heart Health Educational Program (The FIT-Heart Study)

Coronary heart disease (CHD) affects millions of people in the United States and is an increasingly important health problem. People who have a family member with CHD may have a higher risk for developing CHD because of shared genetic factors and similar lifestyles. This study will evaluate the effectiveness of the Family Passport to Heart Health Program, which is a personalized screening and education program aimed at lowering CHD risk for family members of patients hospitaliz...

A Risk Assessment Tool to Increase Statin Use Among High Risk Cancer Survivors: Development and Pilot Testing

The purpose of this study is to collect initial data on what survivors of childhood, adolescent, and young adult cancer think of how information about statins is communicated. Statins are medications that lower cholesterol. The results of this study will be used to improve the communication about statins. This is to aid patients and their providers in making health care decisions together, also known as shared decision making.

Increasing Physical Activity as Part of a Smoking Cessation Program

Cigarette smoking is the most common risk factor for lung cancer, and it increases the risk of developing other cancers, chronic lung disease, and heart disease. A smoking cessation program that incorporates physical activity may be beneficial in improving long-term smoking cessation rates. This study will evaluate the effectiveness of a community-based physical activity program, in combination with nicotine replacement therapy and a behavioral smoking cessation program, at imp...

A Test of Behavioral Intervention for Women at High Risk for HIV Infection

The purpose of this study is to find out if it is possible to conduct a group counseling program for women at risk for HIV infection. Women have been the fastest-growing group with new AIDS diagnoses. The need for ways to reduce HIV infection in women is urgent. It is important to reduce the risk of HIV infection through sexual contact, but it is also important to address drug use. Group counseling may be an effective method.

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy - A Multi-Centered Randomized Control Trial

Children with neuromuscular disorders such as cerebral palsy, children with kyphosis and post-traumatic scoliosis have higher infection rates after scoliosis surgery than healthy children who undergo scoliosis surgery. The purpose of our study is to compare the effect of NPWT on infection rates when compared to standard gauze dressing. Participants will be randomized to the "NPWT" or "standard dressing" group. We will compare infection rates between the two groups. We hypothesi...

Incidence of Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1 (HIV-1) Infection in HIV-1 Uninfected High Risk Men Who Have Sex With Men

Studies to assess the effectiveness of interventions to prevent HIV infection depend upon robust estimates of Baseline HIV incidence rates. The changing landscape of high-risk populations, as well as the evolution of biomedical pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) interventions, requires a contemporary evaluation of HIV incidence as well as demographic, behavioral and other subject factors which may impact HIV incidence. This is a prospective cohort study to measure HIV-1 seroincide...

Improving HIV Screening With Nurse-Based Rapid Testing/Streamlined Counseling

Background: HIV testing is cost-effective in unselected general medical populations, yet testing rates among those at-risk remain low, even among those with regular primary care. HIV rapid testing is effective in many healthcare settings but scant research has been done within primary care settings, nor within the US Department of Veteran's Affairs Healthcare System. Objectives: We evaluated three methods proven effective in other diseases/settings: Nurse standing ord...

Epidemiology of High-risk HPV Infection in Women Participating in a Pilot Screening Program for Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is due to a persistent infection with a group of viruses known as high-risk Human Papillomaviruses (hrHPV). Viral DNA can be easily detected in a cervical sample by a procedure called 'HPV testing', which can be used as a relevant screening test. A pilot screening program called START-HPV has been set up in the Ardennes, a French administrative area localized in the North of France, with HPV testing as a primary screening test.This observational study aimed to e...

A Targeted Strengthening Program Following Total Hip Replacement.

Total Hip Replacement (THR) is a common surgical procedure performed in people with hip osteoarthritis and appears to be effective in relieving pain and improving function. However significant wasting and weakness of the hip and knee muscles persists post-operatively. Although relief of pain and improvement of function are important outcomes following THR, weakness of the hip and knee muscles reduces a person's ability to manage stairs, slopes, public transport and results in p...


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