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The purpose of the proposed research is to develop, implement, and test the efficacy of a theory-driven evidence-based peer leadership program for elementary school students (Grade 6/7; age 11/12 years) in relation to (a) their own leadership skills and their leadership self-efficacy (i.e., confidence to lead), as well as (b) the physical literacy of younger (Grade 3/4; age 8/9) students with whom they are partnered.
This study is to investigate sleep disorders in patients with dermatologic diseases by taking into consideration dermatologic (itch, pain) and non- dermatologic (medication, depression) factors.
This study will investigate the prevalence and extent of both metabolic and psychosocial changes associated with the menopause transition over 1 year among women with HIV compared to women without HIV of similar age, weight, menstrual status, and ethnic background. It is hypothesized that HIV positive women will demonstrate increased abdominal fat, abnormal cholesterol and blood sugar levels, reduced bone density, and greater psychosocial challenges than HIV negative women duri...
All parents in Sweden are offered group based parental support within Child Health Service (CHS) but only 40% participate. Nurses feel insecure in their group leadership and express a need for education in group leadership and group dynamics. Most CHC nurses do not have formal education or training in group leadership and the aim of this study was to evaluate a group based education program in group leadership for Child Health Care (CHC) nurses.
Dermatologic diseases, of very different etiology and variable severity, represent a major motivation for consultation (in private consultations and in emergency departments), thus leading pediatricians to frequently turn to dermatologic advice. The principal aim is to estimate the degree of concordance of the main diagnosis between a pediatrician and a pediatric dermatologist. The secondary aims is to estimate the degree of concordance of the treatment, advices and fol...
This study will investigate the effects of an intervention called Leadership and Organizational Change for Implementation (LOCI), relative to implementation as usual (IAU), on clinician fidelity to, and youth service outcomes of, a well-established digital measurement-based care intervention called the Outcomes Questionnaire-Analyst in outpatient community mental health clinics.
This multi-center prospective observational cohort study will examine the prevalence of non-adherence along with analyze the risk factors of non-adherence for patients presenting to dermatologic surgery. Patients prescribed antibiotics will be invited to participate in the study and appropriate follow up to inquire about antibiotic usage will be conducted. All data will be collected and stored in a secured REDCap database managed by the Penn Dermatologic Surgery Clinical Resear...
The CHAPTER III Study (Congenital Heart Adolescents Participating in Transition Evaluation Research) is a cluster randomized controlled trial evaluating the impact of a nurse-led transition intervention in combination with usual care, versus usual care alone, on preparing adolescents with congenital heart disease (CHD) to successfully transition from pediatric to adult cardiology care. The Canadian Pediatric Society and American Academy of Pediatrics have recommended that trans...
This study is a randomized controlled trial that will assess the effects of an evidence based, multi-component, leadership support intervention, Resilience-Supportive Leadership Training (RESULT), using accelerated learning strategies aimed at improving Service Member resilience and readiness in the military. The intervention is expected to increase perceptions of resilience-supportive behaviors, resilience indicators, and related behavioral health outcomes such as emotion reg...
Whether teaching leadership with a short debriefing has a positive influence on the performance of cardiopulmonary resuscitation remains largely unknown. The investigators will assess the sustained efficacy of a short leadership debriefing compared to a technical debriefing in a high fidelity simulated cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
A dedicated pre-transition class, as proposed in this study, could help facilitate a smooth transition between pediatric and adult diabetes care. The innovation in this study is that these classes are an opportunity for the patients and their families to meet with the Adult Diabetes Team consisting of a diabetologist, RD and CDE, prior to the transition of care. Having met them would then increase the likelihood of compliance with the Adult clinic visits.
This study seeks to automate the process of youth to adult transition using an existing computerized decision support system in primary care. Subjects will complete the TRAQ readiness questionnaire after the age of 14, and then their responses will be flagged for the physician to review and provide additional transition related educational materials. Once transition is necessary, the system sends an automated email to the responsible party in the office.
Arab women present increased risk for diabetes, with a 70% greater risk for adult-onset diabetes and a significantly younger age at onset compared with Jewish Israelis. In fact, the rate of diabetes for Arab women in Jerusalem is 4 times higher compared with their Jewish counterparts. Group lifestyle interventions such as the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) have documented effectiveness in preventing diabetes; however, many fail to demonstrate outcome maintenance. We predict ...
The need for leading people, managing work, and governing organizations never changed over the civilization paths of society. However, people in every pole of the globe observe: over-led and under-managed, over-managed and under-governed, and even out of these organizations. These disparities have remained worse in the health system of developing countries like Ethiopia. To date, Ethiopia put a goal of ending preventable child and maternal death, in achieving universal h...
This is a 3 months single centre clinical patient-oriented study to evaluate the prevalence and impairment in QOL of dermatologic diseases in patients hospitalised in internal medicine.
Understanding how to create successful pathways out of homelessness is crucial. Thirty young people (aged 18 - 26 years) who have transitioned out of homelessness within the past three years will be offered scholarships to participate in a six week intervention that focuses on building identity capital (sense of purpose and control, self-efficacy and self-esteem) and providing career direction. The intervention will be designed and carried out by dk Leadership - an established,...
This study is a single center study of clinical and laboratory outcomes in patients ≥ 12 who transition from use of Orkambi to tez/iva. Clinical and laboratory measurements will be measured at baseline, 1 month, 3 months, and 6 months after initiation of tez/iva. The length of study participation will be approximately 6 months.
The study looks to learn more about the helpfulness of web-based transition education and its effect on transition readiness and health service utilization in the adolescent and young adult congenital heart disease population.
Background: Smooth transition of adolescent patients diagnosed with inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) to adult care is necessary in order to secure continues clinical management and to prevent possible deleterious clinical and psychosocial implications. In recent years there is an emphasis on successful transition, however, there are no standardized models or consensus guidelines incorporating both clinical and psychosocial aspects of transition. Objectives: To examine the effe...
This study will test the effects of the Leadership and Organizational Change for Implementation (LOCI) intervention in facilitating evidence-based practice (EBP) implementation in substance use disorder (SUD) and HIV services settings. LOCI improves implementation leadership and organizational support to develop strategic climate for EBP implementation. Greater efficiency and effectiveness of EBP implementation will improve the public health impact of evidence-based health and ...
The goal in this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a cognitive remediation program that was designed specifically to address the concerns related to cognitive difficulties that are often reported among women in the menopausal transition. This cognitive remediation program has been created to provide our clients with an opportunity to learn more about the relation between menopause and cognitive function, to learn new strategies to enhance thinking skills (e.g., memory, ...
The project will develop knowledge on how managers can lead the implementation of practices that have proven to be effective for post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD) in child and adult specialized mental health services. Specifically, the project will test the effectiveness of an innovation named the Leadership and Organizational Change for Implementation (LOCI). This is an empirically and theoretically based innovation for implementation leadership that aims to support leade...
The Transition Navigator Trial (TNT) is a pragmatic randomized controlled trial evaluating the effectiveness of usual care plus a patient navigator service versus usual care plus newsletters and other educational materials, to improve transition outcomes among adolescents aged 16-21 who have chronic health conditions requiring transfer to adult specialty care. The study will provide urgently needed data to guide health care providers and policy makers regarding the provision o...
This study evaluates an adolescent transition package (ATP) to support HIV infected adolescents transitioning form pediatric/adolescent care to adult care. Ten clinics will receive the intervention and 10 will receive standard of care transition services.
In this study, the investigators will randomize 20 families per site (across 4 sites) to be in the BBB Transition Passport Only Group or BBB Intervention Group. Both groups will receive the BBB Transition Passport, which include the Transition Checklist, Student Snapshot, Parent/Caregiver Guide, and Student Guide. In addition to receiving the Transition Passport, the BBB Intervention Group will also receive coaching support to implement these resources. This coaching will inclu...