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Translating 3-Step Workout for Life in a Local Senior Living Community

The study evaluates the feasibility of a staff-lead workout program, 3-Step Workout for Life, in a local senior living community. Eligible participants will complete assessments before and after the workout program.


Assessment of a Pre-Workout Supplement

This study is assessing the effects of a pre-workout dietary supplement.

Community Dissemination of Tai Ji Quan

The overarching objective of this project is to assess the potential public health impact of delivering Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance, a proven fall prevention program, through local community dissemination partners (e.g., senior service providers), in the selected counties in the state of Oregon.

Alternate Run Study

The proposed study will investigate the effect of alternating footwear model and workout-type on the occurrence of running-related pain. To achieve this goal participants will be randomly assigned into one of four different groups who will perform: 1) the same workout throughout a week in the same running shoe model, 2) alternating workout-types throughout the week in the same shoe model, 3) the same workout throughout a week in alternating shoe models, and 4) alternating worko...

Adopting and Demonstrating the Adaptation of Prevention Techniques: Community PROMISE PLUS

This project will pilot test a step-by-step guide developed by CDC for organizations to engage in evidence-based adaptation of interventions previously shown to be effective in research settings for use in real world applications. The second purpose of the program is to evaluate the adapted intervention to determine if it is effective in changing behavior of HIV+ African American men who have sex with other men.

Effect of Pharmacist Initiated Recommendations On Prescribing For Participants In the Senior MEDS Personalized Medication Review

What are the demographic and medication utilization characteristics of participants in the Senior MEDS personalized medication review compared to other community-dwelling elderly, what is the level of satisfaction with Senior Meds, and does the Senior Meds program lead to changes in the participants' drug regimen?

Evaluating a Community-Based Exercise Intervention With Adults Living With HIV: An Interrupted Time Series Study

The primary aim of this research is to evaluate a community-based exercise (CBE) intervention for adults living with HIV within the community with the goal of reducing disability and enhancing health (cardiopulmonary, strength, weight and body composition, and neurocognitive outcomes) and contextual factor outcomes (social support, stigma, mastery, coping) for adults living with HIV.

Applying a Person-Centered Approach to Enhance Cognitive Training in Senior Living Community Residents With Mild Cognitive Impairment

Computerized cognitive interventions (CCIs) have been increasingly widely implemented among older adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI). However, the efficacy of CCIs in maintaining or improving older adults' cognitive and functional health has been modest and highly variable. Older individuals' attitudes toward technology use may help explain some of the variability in CCI effects. The goal of this R21 is to generate proof-of-concept for an intervention that may improve ...

Study of Two-step Anesthesia in Posterior Vitrectomy

A prospective, randomised, single-masked comparison of local anaesthetic approaches including topical anesthesia combined sub-conjunctival anesthesia(two-step anesthesia) for minimally invasive vitrectomy(TAMIV)vs peribulbar block vs retrobulbar block

Influence of Conditional Workout Postpartum on Arterial Stiffness Among Women With Status After Preeclampsia, Superimposed Preeclampsia or HELLP-syndrome

Evaluation of practicability in survey and test procedures and of successful implementation of complex interventions - feasibility analysis based on a pilot study: Influence of conditional workout postpartum on arterial stiffness among women with status after preeclampsia, superimposed preeclampsia or HELLP-syndrome

Testing e-Mental Health in Lebanon

The study objective is to test a guided e-mental health intervention called Step-by-Step for people living in Lebanon. Step-by-Step is a self-help programme delivered through an app or website and aims to treat symptoms of depression and other symptoms of psychological distress. First, a small study will be conducted to test the research procedure. Second, a large study will be conducted to test the effectiveness of Step-by-Step. People residing in Lebanon (i.e. Lebanese, Pale...

The Fun & Functional Interval Training Randomized Clinical Trial

In this study the investigators utilized a novel hybrid HIIT (high intensity interval training) exercise training approach, the Fun and Functional Interval Training (FFIT) workout that combines interval training, resistance exercise training and functional training in order to test the hypothesis that FFIT will be able to: i) reduce body mass, ii) improve body composition and iii) alter energy balance, of previously inactive, overweight/obese women.

Living After a Rare Cancer of the Ovary: Chronic Fatigue, Quality of Life and Late Effects of Chemotherapy

While they are documented in patients in remission of testicular cancer, the sequelae of chemotherapy and the impact of the disease and its treatments on the living conditions and QoL of women in remission of rare ovarian cancer remain poorly explored. The coordinator therefore propose a national 2-step case-control study to evaluate 1) chronic fatigue and QoL and 2) chemotherapy-related sequelae in adult patients in remission of surgery-treated TGMO or TSCS (conservative or n...

Senior Change Makers Study: Improving Physical Activity Environments

Senior Change Makers is an intergenerational intervention that compares two, 8-week programs: (1) an advocacy program wherein senior participants perform audits of their physical activity environments, identify an advocacy project, and advocate for improvements; and (2) a walking program designed to increase participant physical activity through education and guided walks. We expect that the advocacy program will produce greater improvements in seniors' advocacy skills, confide...

Characterizing the Senior High Cost User (HCU) in Ontario

High cost users (HCUs) are a small group of patients who use a disproportionate amount of health care resources. This study is a retrospective population-based matched cohort analysis of newly incident senior High Cost Users (HCUs) defined as Ontarians aged 66 years or older in the top 5% of healthcare expenditure users in fiscal year 2013 (FY2013). The study objectives are to characterize and contrast Ontario senior HCUs to non-HCUs based on their demographics, co-morbidities,...

Enhancing Independence Using Group-based Community Interventions for Healthy AGing in Elders: the ENGAGE Pilot Study

This study will be conducted to determine the safety and feasibility of translating a physical activity intervention (LIFE Study) into a community setting. Study outcomes include physical performance, safety, and feasibility of conducting the LIFE PA intervention in a community setting.

Translating the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) Lifestyle Intervention to Rural African-American Communities (HEALTHY Ways)

Obesity is a significant and growing problem in the US that negatively impacts health and well-being of racial and ethnic minorities, people of low socioeconomic status, and persons living in rural communities and in the South. Obesity is a major concern in Arkansas, where the obesity rate for adults is higher than the rate for other adults in the nation. However effective weight loss programs are not typically available in these communities. Research has shown that the Diabet...

Disseminating a Dashboard for VA Purchased Community Nursing Homes

Objectives: The purpose of this proposal is to evaluate the impact of the CNH Dashboard implementation on the quality of VA Purchased CNH care relative to other CNH facilities, and to evaluate the quality of Veteran-specific care in purchased CNH facilities by transition and safety outcome measures derived from Veteran-specific CMS data. Methods: We will evaluate the effect of the CNH Dashboard release in a randomized, stepped-wedge dissemination. This dissemination design all...

Independence Project

The Independence Project is a study to evaluate the effectiveness of an intensive employment intervention for young veterans with disabilities recently separated from military service. The study is a randomized controlled trial comparing an intensive employment model (National Career Coach Program) to usual community employment services available to unemployed veterans recently separated from active duty (Local Community Resources Program). The investigators will evaluate if pe...

Improving Outcomes for Hemodialysis Patients

End stage renal disease (ESRD) affects approximately 700,000 Americans of which approximately 400,000 are on life-saving hemodialysis therapy. Hemodialysis can take a physical and emotional toll on patients, and most patients on hemodialysis describe poor quality of life. Patients on hemodialysis have worse health related quality of life (HrQOL) than patients with any other chronic illness including cancer and congestive heart failure. This poor quality of life can affect how w...

Striving Towards EmPowerment and Medication Adherence (STEP-AD)

Striving Towards Empowerment and Medication Adherence (STEP-AD) is a research study aimed at developing an intervention for Black women living with HIV to address psychosocial factors (i.e. abuse/trauma histories, racial discrimination, HIV stigma/discrimination, and prescribed traditional gender roles) that have been associated with medication nonadherence or poor HIV outcomes (e.g. viral load, CD4), but are unaddressed in existing interventions.

Effects of a Pre-Workout Dietary Supplement on Training Adaptations

The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of a pre-workout dietary supplement during resistance training on training adaptations.

Ultrasound Guided Local Anesthetic Field Block (A Five Step Procedure) for Open Inguinal Hernia Repair

The aim of this study is to evaluate success, efficacy, feasibility and safety of a simple five step ultrasound guided local anesthetic infiltration technique for unilateral open inguinal hernia repair and to determine the non-inferiority of the block to spinal anesthesia by comparing intraoperative and postoperative complications, pain control and patient and surgeon satisfaction of the block with spinal anesthesia.

Senior Falls Prevention Study

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a best practice model for senior falls prevention when implemented in a community setting.

Effects of Senior Dance on Risk Factors for Falls

The efficacy of exercise programs to prevent falls among older people is well documented in the literature. However, older people's adherence to these exercise programs has been reported to be suboptimal, varying between 21% and 74%. In addition, about 45% of people aged over 60 years do not meet the minimum recommended level of physical activity. In this context, dance is a promising alternative to traditional exercise programs, as it can positively influence important risk fa...

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