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Virtual Visits at Brigham and Women's Hospital

Clinicians slated for virtual visit rollout will be randomized (stratified by department) to either receive immediate virtual visit on-boarding (intervention arm) or delayed (3-months later) virtual visit on-boarding (control arm). The investigators plan to enroll no more than 200 clinicians. Any clinician in a department selected by the Brigham Health Virtual Care team for access to virtual visits is eligible, unless s/he saw less than 20 patients monthly over the last 6 ...


Study in the Use of Virtual Reality as an Adjunct to Pain Control in Burn Patients

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the use of Virtual Reality (VR) technology during Physical Therapy (PT) and/or Occupational Therapy (OT) for patients with burns. Research questions: Do patients have increased joint Range of Motion (ROM) and reduced pain when using VR during PT compared to PT/OT when VR is not used? Do scores on an imaging ability scale correlate with the effects of VR when used with PT/OT? Do adults and children differ in their ability to engage in the...

Virtual and Physical Health Assessments and Treatment Plans

The aim of the current study is to compare virtual clinic visits (i.e., real-time, face-to-face visits conducted over the internet with tablet devices) to actual physical clinic visits. After both types of visits (virtual versus physical) physicians will be asked to classify patients into low, moderate or high risk for a vascular intervention. It is hypothesized that there will be good agreement between classifications made after the virtual visits as compared to those made aft...


360° - Video Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy Study

This study seeks to examine a Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy (VRET) using the 360° Video Virtual Reality (VR) technology for the fear of heights and fear of spiders.

Neurotrack Virtual Cognitive Health Study

The Neurotrack Virtual Cognitive Health Study is a 6-month long, prospective, intent-to-treat, study that aims to evaluate the impact of the Neurotrack Virtual Cognitive Health Coaching Program on cognitive ability, anxiety and depression, and lifestyle behaviors for individuals who show signs of subjective cognitive decline. After the first 6 months of the study, the study researchers may extend the study and provide participants with the opportunity to continue participating ...

Virtual Occupational Therapy Application

Virtual Occupational Therapy Application (VOTA) combines low-cost human motion tracking, commercial game engine technology, and evidence-based Occupational Therapy (OT) practice in a computer-based virtual world in which stroke patients practice activities of daily living (ADLs). The protocol investigates the efficacy of VOTA therapy for Upper Extremity (UE) motor recovery and assesses system usability and user acceptance.

Eliciting Affect in Teens in a Virtual World (Project AVATAR)

The purpose of this study is to determine whether immersive virtual reality technology is an effective intervention tool for HIV Prevention with adolescents.

Virtual Behavioral Health Integration

The primary objective is to evaluate the effectiveness of the virtual behavioral health integration (VBHI) program compared to usual care, on reducing the total cost of care reimbursed from Medicare and value-based contracts within 90 days of a patient's primary care visit.

Virtual Prism Adaptation Therapy on Hemispatial Neglect

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of virtual prism adaptation therapy on hemispatial neglect in chronic stroke patients. This study is the randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled, cross-over design. Total 10 patients will be allocated randomly to either real virtual prism adaptation therapy or sham therapy with the wash-out period of more than 2 weeks. Two sessions (20min/session) per day, for 5days (total 10 sessions) will be provided. Behavioral outcome...

RCT Comparing Avatar Therapy to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Treatment-Resistant Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is associated with long-lasting health, social and financial burden for patients, families, caregivers and society. According to the World Health Organization, this burdensome illness is one of the top 10 causes of disability in developed countries. The costs associated with hospitalization, lifelong treatment and loss of productivity lead to a great economic burden. In Canada, the total annual costs associated with schizophrenia are over $10 billion. The main rea...

Virtual Visits to Optimize Research Trial Offerings to HF Patients

This pilot study seeks to understand if distance health technology with virtual visits hold the key to improving access for patients who wish to partake in clinical trials clearing barriers to enrollment.

Virtual Therapy as a Method Supporting Treatment of Late-Life Depression

This study evaluates the addition of virtual therapy intervention in the treatment of depression in the elderly. Half of the participants will receive virtual reality treatment as an addition to physical exercises and psychoeducation, while the other half will receive physical exercises and psychoeducation alone.

Comparison of Effects of Training in a Virtual Environment With and Without Physiotherapeutic Intervention in Chronic Stroke Patients

The aim of this study is to compare the effects of balance training in a virtual environment with and without physiotherapeutic intervention on the motor function, balance and gait in chronic stroke patients. It is a prospective, single blinded, randomized clinical trial performed at Center of Research of the Department of Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy of São Paulo University. Forty patients will be randomly assigned in control and experimental ...

Patient Education on Labor Analgesia Options

The purpose of this study is to learn how the investigators can better educate pregnant patients about the options open to them for pain relief during labor. Patients will receive educational pamphlet during prenatal clinic visit and again on admission to labor and delivery. The options for analgesia will be discussed by anesthesia care provider. Patient will be asked to complete a survey on the post partum unit.

Treatment of Metabolic Syndrome in a Community Mental Health Center

The purpose of this study is to learn if patients being treated with second generation antipsychotics and with clinically meaningful elevations/levels in any metabolic syndrome elements will have better access to medical treatment more quickly if they are randomized to one of the following conditions: 1) a primary care provider located in the community mental health center where mental health treatment is provided (IMBED), 2) a medical care manager to help coordinate treatmen...

Virtual Reality Experience in First Trimester D&C

Virtual reality (VR) has been used in health care settings to decrease anxiety and pain. This project is a feasibility study to evaluate whether virtual reality can be used in the setting of a first trimester pregnancy termination by D&C and whether the use of virtual reality (VR) headsets can help decrease anxiety for patients during this procedure.

Virtual Reality for the Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain

Chronic low back pain is highly prevalent in US adults and is a major cause of missed work days and disability. While several treatment options exist, chronic opioids are commonly used for these conditions even though there are limited data supporting efficacy, and clear evidence of harm associated with chronic opioid administration. Virtual reality has been proposed as a treatment option that may lead to decreased pain and improved physical functioning, while avoiding the har...

Virtual Reality vs. Standard-of-Care for Comfort Before and After Sedation in the Emergency Department

Children often need procedural sedation in the emergency department during painful procedures (such as reducing fractures). Virtual Reality (VR) is an immersive experience using sight, sound, and position sense. Using VR may enhance distraction during the painful procedure and may reduce attention to pain. VR may also reduce anxiety during sedation induction by reducing providing an alternative stimulus. This study will randomize children (6 - 16 years old) to receive V...

Provider Training in Increasing Patient Tobacco Cessation Counseling and Referrals for Patients With Cancer Undergoing Radiation Therapy

This pilot clinical trial studies how well provider training works in increasing patient tobacco cessation counseling and referrals for patients with cancer undergoing radiation therapy. Health care provider training in motivational interviewing techniques and utilizing tobacco cessation resources may help doctors understand how health care providers can effectively increase their confidence in talking to patients about tobacco cessation counseling.

Implementation of a Return Home With a Hospitalization at Home or With a Home Health Care Provider From the Services of Oncopneumology, Oncology and Hematology of University Hospital of Strasbourg

Hospitalization at home is booming. It is designed to meet the demands of patients and their families to continue care at home. It partially solves the problem of the lack of places in the "long-term care" structures and allows to respond to a desire of the health policy to reduce the lengths of stay in the hospital. Hospitalization at home is also an alternative in the management of chronic patients. Nevertheless, at the moment a certain number of requests for hospitalization ...

EMDR in Spider Phobia: Work Mechanisms and Treatment Outcome

The goal of this study is to increase the efficiency of exposure in virtual reality (VR). Based on the EMDR research the investigators would like to show that the implementation of eye movements during the VR exposure results in a faster physiological relaxation response among probands with spider phobia, which has a positive effect on the subjective and behavioral efficacy of the VR exposure.

Reactions to Disease Risk Information

This study is part of an effort to learn about interactions between doctors and patients. The study will use virtual reality technology to examine how patients and doctors interact when they discuss disease risks. Men and women between the ages of 25 and 40 who have access to the Internet and were born and raised in the United States may be eligible for this study. Participants will be recruited from the Washington D.C. area. Participants undergo the following procedur...

Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy for Combat

This non inferiority trial will compare Prolonged Exposure with Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy in adult patients with combat related PTSD.

Virtual Reality System to Increase Access to Exposure Therapy for Anxiety and OCD

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with fear provoking exposures is the most effective therapy for anxiety disorders. Investigators aim to enhance this therapy with the use of virtual reality exposures and to make therapy more available and accessible for patients with anxiety disorders. The societal benefit of increased access to therapy is that, if successful, it will increase the number of patients who receive appropriate treatment for an anxiety disorder.

Virtual Reality Mirror Therapy for Those With Acquired Brain Injury: A Clinical Pilot Study

The goal of this study is to investigate the effects of virtual reality based mirror therapy (VMT) on individuals with acquired brain injury when compared to a control group receiving traditional mirror therapy (TMT). This is a randomized controlled pilot study in which patients with hemiplegia will be assigned to VMT or TMT and the impact on upper extremity function will be observed.


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