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20:20 EST 10th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Multi-level Communications and Access Strategies to Improve the Food Environment

The overarching goal of B'More Healthy Retail Rewards (BHRR) is to develop, implement, and evaluate a pilot multi-level communications and pricing intervention to improve access to and consumption of healthy foods in low-income areas of Baltimore City, Maryland. BHRR has three primary aims: (1) to conduct formative research with representatives of multiple levels of the Baltimore food environment (i.e., local wholesalers, retail food store owners, and consumers) in order to se...


HERrespect Evaluation

This study evaluates whether a factory wide intervention, HERrespect, can reduce female garment workers' experiences of intimate partner violence, and experience and/or witnessing of violence in the workplace. This is a quasi-experimental study involving four intervention and four control factories.

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Improving the Outpatient Referral Process With Electronic Communications

An electronic referral application will be developed and integrated into the existing outpatient information system. The primary goal of this software is to improve the quality and coordination of patient care by increasing physician-to-physician communication. The investigators anticipate that improved communications will also enhance physician and patient satisfaction and provide cost savings. These outcomes will be formally evaluated following implementation of the applic...


The ACHIEVA Study of Enhanced Pharmacist Care on Antidepressant Use and Response

This a comparative study of enhanced pharmacist care and regular care of patients starting on antidepressants. When providing participants with enhanced care pharmacists will use the Health Professional's Antidepressant Communications Tool (Health PACT) a minimum of three times during face-to-face discussions. This tool was developed specifically for this study. All participants will be followed for 26 weeks and will be assessed for duration of use of their antidepressant, adhe...

Electronic Communications and Home Blood Pressure Monitoring

The control of blood pressure (BP) for patients with hypertension on medications has been elusive, despite the availability of evidence-based nationally recognized guidelines for treatment and 30 years of research addressing this. At present, less than 50% of patients with known hypertension are adequately controlled. If BP control could be improved, significant decreases in cardiovascular morbidity and mortality would occur. The purpose of this study is to conduct a randomi...

Use of Online Communications to Support Patients and Their Families in the Hospice Unit

The increasing awareness of the importance of palliative care has led, in Israel, to the 2005 Law for the Rights of Persons with Terminal Illness. Still, problems of accessibility to palliative care remain unresolved. The use of e-health services is likely to expand the ability of the medical, psychosocial and nursing staff to reach patients who are either living in the periphery, are unable to make clinic visits or whose family members are housebound in order to be caregivers...

Enhancing Source Credibility in Tobacco Regulatory Communications

This study will assess the impact of cigarette constituent messages with and without FDA source and quit information in a randomized controlled trial. We hypothesize that cigarette constituent messages will increase intention to quit compared to messages about littering cigarettes (the control). We also hypothesize that constituent messages that include FDA source and quit information will increase intention to quit compared to messages without that information.

Component and Couple Analysis of Cancer Communications

Component and Couple Analysis of Cancer Communication CHESS, the Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System is an innovative technology that provides information, social support and skills training to women with breast cancer. Previous CHESS clinical trials found improved patient outcomes but little is known about what services in CHESS produce those results. This study will examine whether breast cancer patient outcomes change when conceptually distinct CHESS services (...

Communication During Medical Consultations in Singapore -Pilot

Despite advanced cancer patients and their caregivers frequently experiencing psychological distress and wanting to know about their prognosis, oncologists rarely respond with empathy and provide adequate information regarding patient prognosis. We aim to address the communication gap during consultations by developing an Oncologist E-Learning Communications Skills Training Program guiding physicians on how to recognize and respond to patient/caregiver distress and to disclose ...

Identify the Benefits CAREGIVERSPRO-MMD Platform Use Based on the Information and Communications Technology, Dedicated to the Support and Assistance of Dyads Living With Neurocognitive Diseases and Their Primary Caregivers

Our main goal is to test a web platform accessible by computers, smartphones and tablets, addressed specifically to caregivers and people with mild cognitive deterioration or mild to moderate dementia providing added value services based on social networks, adapted interventions, clinic strategies and gamification to improve the quality of life of caregivers and people living with dementia (dyads) and permitting to leave in the community as long as possible. To evaluate ...

Cognitive and Physical Home-rehabilitation by Information and Communications Technology. Games for Older Adults Active Life (GOAL)

Aging is often associated with pathological pathway such as in Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), and that pathway may be associated to a high risk of dementia. Tools for early identification of functional and cognitive decline and effectiveness of treatments in counteracting the loss of functionality to preserve MCI subjects autonomy, have been widely debated in recent years. In literature, the importance of combined cognitive and physical training is also recognized (Ka...

iDecide.Decido: Diabetes Medication Decision Support Study

Two of AHRQ 's consumer-focused guides, "Pills for Type 2 Diabetes" and "Premixed Insulin for Type 2 Diabetes" could be of great use to underserved ethnic and racial minority adults. The presentation of content and delivery mechanisms of these Guides, however, needs to be modified to increase their use and impact among these difficult-to-reach populations. To achieve this goal, a long-standing collaboration among African American and Latino community organizations, health care...

Physicians in Training and Critical Care Nurses Performance in Medical Code Events: Effect of Simulation-Based Training

METHODS: Subjects: All internal medicine (IM), emergency medicine (EM), anesthesia (A), surgery (S) residents and all hospital ICU nurses (approximately 400 subjects) will be undergoing evaluation and training in CPR techniques according to their department training policy. Study Assessment Tool: An objective assessment tool has been developed and tested in medical code scenarios during training sessions recently done in the simulation lab. The tool has five dom...

Literacy and Smoking Risk Communications

Objectives: Smokers with varying levels of health literacy as assessed by the S-TOFHLA (i.e., inadequate, marginal, adequate) recruited from the community will listen to one of 4 different types of messages emphasizing the health consequences of smoking recorded on a computer in the form of audio scripts (i.e., a human voice pre-recorded on a computer will read each message). Messages written at a 5th to 6th grade reading level will be concurrently presented in written f...


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