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Supporting Habit Formation to Attenuate Prefrailty in Elders: Pilot Study

The Supporting Habit Formation to Attenuate Prefrailty in Elders (SHAPE) Pilot Study is a randomized control study. The main objective of this pilot study is to determine the feasibility of using Habit Formation (HF) treatment to increase Physical Activity (PA) (reduction in daily in hours of sedentary time), and dietary among prefrail African Americans. We hypothesize: (1)The SHAPE study will demonstrate good feasibility with a high recruitment rate and successful administrati...


Family Habit Physical Activity Study

The purpose of this study is to examine physical activity habit formation in parents and if this can increase moderate to vigorous physical activity behavior in their children over six months. The Primary Research Question is: Does the habit formation condition result in increased moderate-vigorous intensity physical activity of the child compared to the control (education) and education + planning conditions at six months? Hypothesis: Child physical activity will be higher fo...

Parents and Children Active Together Study

The purpose of this study is to examine physical activity habit formation in parents and if this can increase moderate to vigorous physical activity behavior in their children over six months.The Primary Research Question is: Does the habit formation condition result in increased moderate-vigorous intensity physical activity of the child compared to the control (education) and education + planning conditions at six months? Hypothesis: Child physical activity will be higher for...


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Effects of an OT Workstation Intervention on Knowledge, Self-efficacy, and Habit Formation

The study aims to determine whether a face to face ergonomic workstation intervention has any advantage over an online instructional training program for acquisition of knowledge, self-efficacy, and habit formation.

Reducing Metabolic Syndrome Among Breast Cancer Survivors

Using a pilot 2-arm randomized controlled trial, investigators will implement an intervention that is personalized, low burden (the majority of interactions are telephone coaching sessions), and delivered during the initial survivorship transition. To determine the feasibility and preliminary effects of the intervention 48 community-dwelling rural breast cancer survivors (BCS) (ages 40 and older) will be randomly assigned to receive either the intervention or enhanced usual ca...

A Habit-formation and Gamification Intervention to Improve ART Adherence Among MSM HIV Patients in Mexico

In general, several studies show that adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) among men who have sex with men (MSM) is low. Yet, high adherence to ART is essential—not only to improve the quality of life and survival rates among MSM living with HIV, but also to reduce HIV transmission among their partners. Our project aims to address this unmet need through a community-based habit-formation intervention, which incorporates elements of gamification. This intervention will pr...

Sleep Disturbances and Biomarkers of Sarcopenic OBesity

The general objective of this study is to identify biomarkers of sleep quality, sarcopenia, IR, oxidative stress and inflammation associated with prefrailty in middle-aged and elderly obese subjects through the integrated study of sleep patterns, functional cardiovascular testing, olfactory function and circulating molecules. Our results will contribute to identify molecular and functional determinants of prefrailty, to allow early targeted interventions and will have importan...

Cessation of Thumb/ Finger Sucking Habit

The aim of this study is to assess the use of electronic habit reminder and palatal crib in the cessation of thumb/finger sucking habit. Treatment of thumb/finger sucking by extraoral approaches are well accepted by school-age children (Adair, 1999). It was reported in a case study by Krishnappa et al that the use of an extraoral electronic habit reminder is a new method used for cessation of thumb/finger sucking habit in short time and it is more comfortable and acceptable to...

Effect of HABIT-ILE on Visuo-spatial Attention of Children With Unilateral CP

This study aims to investigate the changes induced by HABIT-ILE in impairments, activity and participation of children with unilateral CP, as well as neuroplastic changes induces by the treatment. Visuospatial deficits will be investigated and the effect of prismatic adaptation will be measured.

Supporting Our Valued Adolescents Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

The purpose of this pilot study is to provide preliminary findings testing the Supporting Our Valued Adolescents (SOVA) intervention, two social media sites (one for adolescents, one for parents) aiming to address negative health beliefs, knowledge about depression or anxiety, parent-adolescent communication, in a moderated online peer community, with the goal of increasing adolescent use of mental health services.

Impact of a Kinesiotherapy Program on Soil and Aquatic Environment on Motor Fitness and Quality of Life of Elders.

Introduction: Neuromotor losses are those that most affect the functionality of the elderly person. One of the preventive measures is the habit of practicing exercises regularly. Objective: To evaluate the motor fitness and the quality of life of elders before and after intervention, performed on soil and aquatic environment. Methodology: This was a randomized controlled trial, with blind evaluator and total sample of 38 elders, divided into three groups: control (n=15), soil (...

The Effect of Nocturnal Wear of Dentures on Sleep and Oral Health Related Quality of Life

Tooth loss and sleep problems are common conditions in elders. Tooth loss can influence sleep quality by changing the shape of the lower face and upper airway. While some studies suggest that sleeping without dentures can worsen sleep quality in toothless elders, others suggest the opposite. Consequently, there are currently no evidence-based practice guidelines regarding whether dentures should be used at night, and dentists and doctors do not know how to properly advise their...

An Intervention to Support Medication Adherence Following Acute Coronary Syndrome

Background Medication adherence following acute coronary syndrome (ACS) is often sub-optimal and is associated with poor clinical outcomes. Non-adherence can be considered intentional or unintentional. Findings ways to improve adherence is an important area of research with widespread clinical implications, however, previous interventions have generally been ineffective. The investigators propose an intervention that challenges both intentional and unintentional non-adherence i...

Changes Induced by Early HABIT-ILE in Pre-school Children With Uni- and Bilateral Cerebral Palsy

Studying in a two RCT the changes induced by early HABIT-ILE in functional, neuroplastic and biomechanical assessment in children with unilateral and bilateral CP.

The Effects of Hand-Arm Bimanual Intensive Training (HABIT) in Children With Bilateral Cerebral Palsy

Hand-Arm Bimanual Intensive Training (HABIT) has been shown to result in improvements in hand function and daily functioning of children with unilateral cerebral palsy (CP). Children with bilateral CP may also present difficulties to coordinate their hands to perform activities. Thus, HABIT may be a potential intervention for these individuals. We intend to examine the effects of HABIT on hand function and daily functioning of children with bilateral CP compared with convention...

Implementing CAPABLE

This pilot project seeks to implement an intervention known as CAPABLE (Community Aging in Place—Advancing Better Living for Elders) for formerly homeless adults living in permanent supportive housing. This home-based intervention that consists of time-limited services (no more than 6-months) from an occupational therapist, a nurse, and a handyman is intended to improve functioning and decrease falls among this population that prematurely ages and is at increased fall risk.

Hydroxyurea Adherence for Personal Best in Sickle Cell Disease (HABIT): Efficacy Trial

Many youth with chronic disease have difficulty taking medication every day and therefore do not receive full benefit from treatment. Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is an inherited blood disease that affects African Americans and other underserved communities. Hydroxyurea (HU) is the sole FDA-approved drug therapy for SCD and is highly effective and improves quality of life. The proposed study, a 5-site four-year randomized control trial (RCT), builds upon the investigators' recent ...

Southwest Hub for American Indian Youth Suicide Prevention Research

1. To use a SMART design to evaluate which of four sequences of New Hope (NH), Elders Resilience (ER) and Case Management (CM) have the greater effects on immediate and longer-term suicidal ideation (primary outcome) and resilience (secondary outcome) among American Indian (AI) adolescents ages 10-24 identified at risk for suicide. Hypotheses: i. New Hope vs. CM alone will significantly reduce participant suicidal ideation. ii. Elders Resi...

Improving Outcomes of Hospitalized Elders and Caregivers

In this study, an intervention is tested that is designed to improve the outcomes of hospitalized elders and family caregivers. Study design: - randomized, controlled study - participants: 280 family caregivers aged 21 or above - length of follow-up: 2 weeks and 2 months after hospitalization Study hypothesis: In this randomized clinical trial, the following hypotheses will be tested: 1. Hospitalized elders whose family CGs receive the CARE pr...

Adherence in Clinical Trials-Induction Strategies

To examine the effects of two strategies of inducing enhanced adherence to medication in the context of a clinical trial: habit training versus habit training plus problem solving.

Neuropsychological Norms for Ethnically Diverse Florida Elders

The goal of this proposal is to collect normative data from a sample of ethnically diverse Florida elders on a brief, standardized neuropsychological test battery . The norms collected in this multi-cultural dataset will provide appropriate corrections for demographic and sociocultural variables that contribute to performance variance on neuropsychological tests. By accounting for these variables, the normative corrections will improve specificity and eliminate disparities in d...

PLAN: Dementia Literacy Education and Navigation for Korean Elders With Probable Dementia and Their Caregivers

Studies have shown that ethnic-racial minority elders are more likely to be neglected from appropriate dementia care in time than the white counterparts. Among minorities group, Korean Americans (KAs) are the 4th largest and one of the most rapidly growing Asian subpopulations and have been characterized as under-resourced and underserved population of dementia care. This research is being done to understand how an education and navigation support program led by trained communi...

Study to Assess the Effect of a Leucine Supplement Along With Resistance Exercise on Functionality in Frail Elders

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a nutritional supplement with an amino acid called leucine along with resistance exercise are effective in the improvement of functionality and quality of life in frail elders.

Diet Quality and Cognitive Control Function in Early Childhood: A Pilot Study

This study aims to study the relationship between diet and cognitive function among 4-5-year-olds.

Sertraline and Habit Reversal in the Treatment of Patients With Trichotillomania

The purpose of this study is to assess the extent of symptom remission in patients with trichotillomania following treatment with sertraline and/or behavior therapy.


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