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Teen-Longitudinal Assessment of Bariatric Surgery (Teen-LABS) Adolescent Bariatrics: Assessing Health Benefits and Risk

Teen-LABS is using standardized techniques to assess the short and longer-term safety and efficacy of bariatric surgery in adolescents compared to adults.

The P4 Intervention Study to Improve Adolescent Health

The primary objective is to conduct a pilot study to determine the efficacy of evidence-based interventions delivered in primary care clinic settings on parent-teen health communication.

A Case-control Study to Assess Risk of Coronary Heart Disease in Idiopathic Inflammatory Myopathy

This study will be co-ordinated by Dr Hector Chinoy, Dr Robert G Cooper (Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust / The University of Manchester) and Dr Ian N Bruce (Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust/ The University of Manchester). An initial pilot study will be completed, to establish proof of concept of the study and to examine whether trends may observed of differences between cases and controls. Twenty five prevalent UK Caucasian adult IIM cases, confi...

Extended Cessation Treatment for Teen Smokers

This study is designed to test the efficacy of an extended smoking cessation program for teen smokers. We hypothesize that teen smokers randomized to extended treatment will have a higher abstinence rate at 52 week follow-up than teen smokers receiving only open label treatment.

HIV Prevention Program for African American Teen Males

The purpose of this study is to test if sexual health interventions can reduce the incidence of STIs among African American teens (15 to 21 years old). By doing this study, we hope to help African American teens improve their condom use skills and encourage them to use condoms more frequently. If the number of STIs in this population can be decreased, the health of African American teen males will greatly improve. We also believe that sexual partners (typically African American...

Replication of the Teen Outreach Program in the Pacific Northwest

The Northwest Coalition for Adolescent Health (NWCAH) replicated the Teen Outreach Program (TOP) in five states across the pacific northwest including Idaho, Alaska, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. The purpose of this study is to measure: at the end of the program year, were TOP students less likely than control group students to report ever being pregnant or causing someone to be pregnant?

Racial/Ethnic Differences in Trust/Mistrust and Its Effect on Diabetes Outcomes

1. Determine racial/ethnic differences in trust in physicians and mistrust of the health care system among veterans with Type 2 Diabetes. 2. Determine the predictive power of trust in physicians and mistrust of the health care system on personal health practices and health outcomes in a prospective cohort of veterans with Type 2 Diabetes

momHealth: Multiple Health Behavior Change Intervention in Teen Pregnancy & Parenting Using Mobile Technology

The purpose of this study is to find out if information and support provided with a mobile-delivered (via iPad) momHealth Teen Pregnancy Program can promote healthy choices and behaviors during and after pregnancy.

Patient-Provider Trust Among Individuals With End-Stage Kidney Disease

This study will examine communication and trust between patients in the kidney transplant process and their health care providers. It will assess patients' perception of trust in their physician and nurse coordinator; determine the patients' level of trust in the areas of competence, compassion, control, communication, and confidentiality; and determine how the trust level varies as patients progress in the transplant process. Patients 18 years of age and older who are in var...

Evaluation of e-Practice Self-Regulation (e-PS-R)

The purpose of the study is to determine the impact of the offer to participate in the e-Practice Self-Regulation (e-PS-R) (treatment) relative to the control condition on increasing knowledge of sexual health and the impact of trauma on sexual decision-making and preventing teen pregnancy and high-risk behaviors 12 months after enrollment.

Evaluation of the Teen Outreach Program in Chicago Public Schools

The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of TOP® on sexual health behavior.

Correlation of Trust and Outcomes Following Physical Therapy for Chronic Low Back Pain

To investigate whether changes in trust between physical therapist and patient correlate to outcomes after receiving physical therapy care. We will be utilizing established questionnaires from the medical literature and one new generated questionnaire.

Educational Impact of the NLM/National Area Health Education Center Organization (NAO) Project-SHARE Based Teen Health Information Literacy Curriculum

Background: The Teen Health Information Literacy Project is an after-school program for high school students. It gives them skills to access valid and reliable health data. It also aims to grow young health advocates. Researchers want to find out more about the impact the program has had on students. They want to use this feedback to improve the program. Objective: To gain feedback about the Teen Health Information Literacy Project. Eligibility: Young peo...

TRUST Study of Adolescent Weight Self-Managment

The purpose of this pilot study is to evaluate the effect of the Trust-building weight Self-management Together (TRUST) intervention on weight self-management behaviors and neural processing in overweight/obese adolescents. Study aims include comparing the effects of the TRUST intervention with Enhanced Usual Care on BMI and quality of life in overweight/obese early adolescents and exploring differences in neural processing (DMT/TPN switching and reward activation).

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Replication Study

This study is evaluating the effectiveness of three evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention (TPP) programs in reducing sexual risk-taking behaviors of youth. The study is using an experimental design in which youth are randomly assigned to receive either TPP programming or services as usual.

Vocabulary Intervention for Late Talkers

Most studies regarding word learning have focused on understanding when and how infants learn words. At 24 months, typically developing infants know between 200 and 300 words and add new words to their vocabularies at a rapid rate. It is also during the first years of life that some principles that promote vocabulary learning are developed. The shape bias, which is a tendency to infer that objects that share the same shape will also share the same name, is the one that has been...

Communicational Program "Trust" to Improve Adherence to Medications

The trial was designed in such a way as to show that the proposed program "Trust" increases the proportion of patients who adhere to therapy in the cohort of those with coronary heart disease for two years after successful revascularization by using thrombolytic or stenting of the coronary arteries against the background of myocardial infarction.

Evaluation of Becoming a Responsible Teen (BART)

The purpose of the study is to determine the impact of the offer to participate in Becoming a Responsible Teen (BART) (treatment) relative to the offer to participate in Healthy Living (control) on two self-reported sexual behaviors (condom use and frequency of sex) six months after the end of treatment.

Building Healthy Teen Relationships and Reproductive Practices to Increase Intervals Between Pregnancies

This study will determine the best ways to help teen mothers stay healthy and to increase the time between their pregnancies to at least 2 years. It is designed to encourage attitudes and behaviors that are generally thought to be related to longer intervals between pregnancies. Children of teen mothers generally receive less health care, have lower IQ scores and are more likely to enter foster care. They have less supportive home environments and higher rates of incarceration ...

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Teen Options to Prevent Pregnancy (T.O.P.P.) Program

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of the Teen Options to Prevent Pregnancy (T.O.P.P.) program in increasing contraceptive use and reducing repeat pregnancies among pregnant and parenting adolescents in central Ohio.

City of Rochester Teen Outreach Program (TOP™) Evaluation

As part of a 5-year national effort to reduce teen pregnancy, the University of Rochester is partnering with the City of Rochester Department of Recreation and Youth Services to evaluate the City's replication of the Teen Outreach Program (TOP™) for 11-14 year old youth registered at 11 selected Recreation Centers (RCs). A youth development program with demonstrated efficacy to reduce teen pregnancy, school failure and drop-out rates, TOP™ has never been studied in RCs. Adv...

Multi-site Evaluation of an Evidence-based Positive Youth Development Program

Investigators are carrying out a study to assess the immediate and long-term effects of a positive youth development program (the Teen Outreach Program) on high school youth in Florida. This study will answer the following questions: What is the impact of the Teen Outreach Program on sexual activity and positive youth development at the end of the program and 10 months after the program?

Family Based Prevention of Alcohol and Risky Sex for Older Teens

An online, interactive web-based program for older teens and their parents is designed to address teen alcohol use and teen relationships. The parent-teen dyad both participate in the web-based program and engage in off-line discussion activities. This intervention promotes communication skills, refusal skills, and helps teens consider how to make healthy choices.

Replication of the Teen Outreach Program in Kansas City

The Women's Clinic of Kansas City (TWC) replicated the Teen Outreach Program (TOP) across Kansas City, Missouri. The purpose of this study is to measure: one year after the end of the program year, what is TOP's impact on the treatment group's sexual activity and contraceptive use, relative to the control group, at one year following the program?

A Pilot Study of a Mobile Technology Monitoring System to Assess a Web-based Intervention for Teen Risky Driving

This research study examines the feasibility of using an in-vehicle mobile technology monitoring system to measure teen secondary task engagement during on-road driving as the outcome measure for a web-based intervention to prevent risky driving in novice teen drivers.

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