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This study evaluates stepped care for depression in patients with heart failure (HF). The stepped care intervention includes cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), plus antidepressant medication when indicated. Half of the participants will receive stepped care and half will receive usual care for depression; all participants will receive heart failure self-care education and support. The primary aims are to determine whether stepped care is superior to usual care for depression, an...
This is a prospective multicentre (N=15), stepped-wedge randomized trial that aims to evaluate the benefit of a protocolised comprehensive care bundle for early management of acute heart failure in the ED.
This study will evaluate the effectiveness of a stepped care approach in treating depression and reducing pain.
This study evaluates whether tailored, peripheral ultrafiltration complementary to low-dose diuretics is associated with a reduction in cardiovascular mortality in 90 days after randomization and heart failure events in 90 days after discharge than usual care including stepped intravenous diuretics in acutely decompensated chronic heart failure with fluid overload (not fully responsive to diuretic therapy).
Noting the need for evidence-based cancer survivorship care, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) published guidelines for screening, assessment, and care of psychosocial distress (anxiety, depression) in adults with cancer. These guidelines recommend screening all adults with cancer for distress and treating those with moderate or severe symptoms using a stepped-care approach tailored to distress severity. The purpose of this study is to test a method of implement...
The purpose of the study is to test whether Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) plus heart failure self-care education is superior to "usual care" for depression.
A hybrid effectiveness-efficacy trial to evaluate a stepped care task shifted intervention to treat depression and HIV medication nonadherence in low resource settings in rural Zimbabwe.
This study examines: 1) short-term and longitudinal impacts of stepped care on women with depression and the possible roles of mediators and moderators; 2) clinic- (readiness to adopt an innovation, leadership support and climate) and provider-level (preparedness, motivation and fidelity) factors that may affect stepped care implementation; and 3) the differential impact of two implementation approaches (a clinic implementation teams versus implementation training by the resear...
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the short (9 weeks) and long (6 and 12 months) term effects of an 9 weeks intervention of internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy on depressive symptoms, worrying/anxiety, sleep, self-care knowledge and quality of life in patients with chronic heart failure and depression.
To test the efficacy of a web-based stepped collaborative care intervention to reduce symptoms of depression, pain, and fatigue and improve health-related quality of life (HRQL) in advanced cancer patients and to reduce stress and depression, and fewer CVD risk factors in caregivers.
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...
The purpose of this study is to help people with heart failure (HF) to manage their HF and to prevent rehospitalizations. Another purpose is to test the usefulness of clinical appointments and educational videotapes in teaching patients how to manage their HF. It is proposed that the group clinic intervention will reduce rehospitalization, depression, and improve problem solving related to heart failure symptoms.
New admissions (n = 120) to the Addiction Treatment Services (ATS) will be stabilized on methadone and randomly assigned to one of two induction conditions: 1) routine stepped care, or 2) low threshold stepped care. All participants will continue with routine stepped care in month 4. Treatment retention is the primary outcome measure, while drug use (measured via weekly urinalysis testing) is the major secondary outcome.
To understand how depression leads to congestive heart failure (CHF) in older adults.
This is a patient-centered comparative effectiveness feasibility pilot designed to examine an intervention to increase heart failure self-care and symptom recognition. The investigators will randomize 100 participants to receive either usual care at the time of discharge after heart failure admission or a smartphone application that enhances self-care.
The purpose of this study is to determine if a stepped-care intervention makes pain symptoms better and reduces activity limitations because of pain. Our two primary hypotheses are that in OIF/OEF veterans with chronic pain: 1. Stepped care is more effective than usual care in reducing pain-related disability 2. Stepped care is more effective than usual care in reducing psychological distress
The proposed randomized controlled trial will test the efficacy of a stepped collaborative care intervention, versus enhanced usual care arm, to reduce depression of cancer caregivers. Biobehavioral factors will include assessment of changes in health behaviors and biomarkers of inflammation. The investigators will also include measures metabolic abnormalities and clinical markers of CVD. The investigators expect few cardiac events during the study period. The investigators wil...
Get With The Guidelines-Heart Failure is designed to improve the quality of care in patients hospitalized with heart failure. The program aims to help ensure that eligible patients are initiated on guideline recommended therapies and receive appropriate counseling prior to hospital discharge.
Medically under-served (i.e., low-income, uninsured, underinsured) cancer patients generally encounter significant disparities in accessing care for their mental health needs while undergoing toxic treatments that provide considerable physical and emotional stress. Thus, the investigators propose to adapt evidence-based strategies to a stepped-care intervention model to address the mental health needs of under-served lung cancer (LC) and head and neck cancer (HNC) patients and ...
A novel home-based tool for self-management is to be evaluated for heart failure patients. The tool assists the patient with symptom monitoring, education and titration of diuretics. Patients who were recently hospitalized for heart failure will be randomized to receiving the tool or standard care for six months. The primary end-point will be self-care behaviour, as measured with the validated instrument the European Heart failure self-care behaviour Scale 9-item questionnaire ...
The Day-Care Unit for Patients With Refractory Heart Failure (DayCare-HF) is an observational study on selected patients with advanced refractory heart failure. The purpose of the study was to examine the comprehensive management of HF in the day-care unit in terms of the safety and its impact on the rehospitalization and mortality rates in patients with advanced refractory HF.
The aims of this study will be to evaluate the effect of motivational interviewing (MI) to improve self-care in heart failure (HF) patients and caregiver contributions to HF self-care. Also this study will evaluate the effect of MI on the following secondary outcomes: In HF patients: HF somatic symptom perception, generic and specific quality of life, anxiety and depression, sleep quality, mutuality with caregiver, hospitalizations, use of emergency services, and mortality; In ...
Patients with heart failure NYHA >= II receiving non-emergent non-cardiac in-patient suregery will be randomized to receive either standard post-operartive care (surgeon has to ask actively for specialist cardiological support) or a nurse-based heart failure management (nurses provide week-day support every day after surgery, if needed together with a heart failure doctor)
The aims of this randomized, clinical trial are to develop and test a multileveled pharmacy-based program to improve the care of patients with heart failure. Risk factors for deterioration of heart failure will be determined including poor adherence to medication.
This study was designed to determine if patients, who have both high blood pressure and heart failure and are currently receiving drug treatment for heart failure, have an improvement in their heart failure signs and symptoms and other indicators of heart failure after being treated with aliskiren on top of their current heart failure treatment. Aliskiren is an investigational drug; its safety will also be evaluated in this trial.