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Tough Talks: A Disclosure Intervention for HIV+ Young Men Who Have Sex With Men (YMSM)

Tough Talks is a virtual reality based HIV disclosure intervention that allows HIV+ individuals to practice disclosing to romantic partners. Tough Talks allows participants to have the opportunity to practice disclosing using a variety of strategies and experience different outcomes including acceptance, confusion, lack of HIV knowledge, and rejection.


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Frailty in Daily Practice: Screening, Consultation and Education Activities

The present study is designed to to estimate the prevalence of frailty and pre-frailty and their associated factors in community-dwelling populations aged 50 years and above in Hong Kong, and to explore the views of participants taking part in a community health talks or activities on frailty about what the participants felt or had gained from participating, concerns, and suggestions for change or improvement. A survey of 15000 people aged 50 years or older identified in commu...

Research Participants' Views on the Ethics of Clinical Research

This pilot study will explore the usefulness of a series of questions asking about views of research from the perspective of minority and economically disadvantaged research participants. Racial and ethnic minorities are consistently under-represented in clinical research. This under-representation has been attributed primarily to an unwillingness to participate in research because of mistrust in the research establishment, especially in light of widely known historical example...


CUlturally Sensitive TOols for Ethnic Minorities in Diabetes Self-management Education and Support

The CUSTOM research project represents a complex intervention. The project aim of the intervention is, through the delivery of culturally sensitive Diabetes self-management education and support, to support ethnic minorities with type 2 diabetes in making health-promoting decisions about their care and gaining insight into their goals, values and motivation to improve their daily diabetes self-management. The target group comprises ethnic minorities whose native language is Ara...

Breast Disease and Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) occurs less frequently in women than in juvenile men.Frequently the estrogen deficiency associated with the menopausal state affects cardiovascular outcomes. In fact, in the post-menopausal state, even younger women may experience an increase in the rate of ischemic heart disease (IHD). On the other hand, CVD may also occur in premenopausal young women, due to not well known and/or not clearly investigated mechanisms. In addition, pre-menopausal wom...

Enhancing Participation of Under-represented Minorities in Clinical Trials Using a Patient-Centered Website: A Community-Engaged Approach

The purpose pf this study is to evaluate the comparative effectiveness of a culturally and linguistically tailored clinical trial literacy website in increasing likelihood of participating in clinical trials. To achieve this objective,a randomized group design will address the following patient-centered outcomes: willingness to enroll in clinical trials and behavioral intent as well as likelihood of referring others to enroll in such trials) before and after exposure to a cultu...

Mindfulness Training for Smoking Cessation in Women in Workplaces

This study has the following objectives: 1. To raise the awareness of female smokers about the harmfulness of tobacco towards their life issues 2. To encourage female smokers to stop using tobacco 3. To assess the effectiveness of mindfulness approach for smoking cessation in women We will use cluster randomisation. About 40 companies (5 smokers / company) involved in the study will be matched on the company characteristics (e.g. company size, the industry ...

SCCOR Minorities Observational Study

The SCCOR Minorities study will recruit minority participants from the COPDGene cohort, in whom the University of Pittsburgh has already obtained baseline and five year data, in order to enhance bone mineral density and vascular function data collection from minority smokers. Dual X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) scans will be obtained to measure bone mineral density. Non-invasive vascular studies will be performed to measure endothelial function. Questionnaires regarding symptoms an...

Effect of DASH Eating Pattern on Heart Failure Outcomes

The objective of the study is to examine the effect of nutritional intake on hemodynamic, cardiometabolic, and inflammation markers in advanced heart failure patients with implanted hemodynamic monitoring device (CardioMEMS), using a one-group pre-post test design feeding trial. The pre-test condition is represented by participants' self-selected diet, and the post-test condition is represented by a prescribed Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet.

Improving Hypertension Care for Inner City Minorities

To improve long-term blood pressure BP) control in a predominantly African-American, low SES community of a large city.

Hospital Without Dyspnea. Rationale and Design of a Multidisciplinary Intervention

Dyspnea is a symptom that is growing in incidence, as respiratory and heart diseases are becoming more frequent. Patients suffering from dyspnea have a significant disabling due to chronic refractory dyspnea and crisis of irruptive dyspnea. Although there are several tools that may produce an improvement of symptom intensity, they are underused.

Partnership Programs for Reducing Cardiovascular Disparities in Native Hawaiians

The purpose of this study is to improve cardiovascular disease (CVD) outcomes in racial and ethnic minorities in Hawaii.

Individualized Exercise Program Plus Behavioral Change Enhancement Strategies for Managing Fatigue in Frail Older People

This project aims to investigate the effects of an individualized exercise programme with and without BCE strategies for community-dwelling frail older people with general fatigue, so as to reduce their fatigue and improve their physical endurance, exercise self-efficacy, and habitual physical activity, while reducing their symptoms of frailty. Twelve district community health centres will be randomized to one of the three study groups: the combined (COMB) group, receiving the...

Brief Intervention to Reduce Injury in Minorities

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness and ethnic differences of a brief alcohol intervention for injured patients.

Addressing Racial/Ethnic Tobacco Health Disparities Via Group Intervention

The importance of reducing tobacco-associated health disparities between cannot be understated. Racial/ethnic minorities are less likely to quit, and tend to have elevated stress and depressive symptoms, which may contribute to cessation disparities. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for cessation addresses these concerns and has the potential to reduce/eliminate disparities. Preliminary research found racial/ethnic differences in baseline perceived stress and depressive sympt...

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Hypertension Education and Treatment Partnership for Reducing Ethnic Differences in the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

The purpose of this study is to improve hypertension outcomes in racial and ethnic minorities.

Observational Pharmaco‐Epidemiology Research & Analysis

Greater advances are needed in two separate but related areas in healthcare: 1) the Clinical Decision Support Systems that complement the EHR use in support of routine patient care, population management and disease management; and 2) the use of the point‐of‐care observational data from the provider‐patient encounter that support realworld medical research and healthcare quality measure assessment. Real‐world evaluations of treatments of chronic diseases in the context ...

Vitamin D in Minorities With Prediabetes

Vitamin D supplementation in minority subjects with both pre-diabetes and low vitamin D levels will delay the development of diabetes.

Alcohol and Violence Prevention for College Students

Heavy episodic drinking and sexual assault (SA) are problematic on college campuses. This project will adapt already developed interventions targeting alcohol use and SA to a mHealth format and involve content that incorporates federal guidelines and CDC recommendations to integrate both bystander intervention and risk reduction content with new innovative personalized content for each risk group (cis-gender heterosexual men, cis-gender heterosexual women, and sexual/gender min...

Improving Prevention of Heart Disease in Latinos

The purpose of the study is to improve cardiovascular disease (CVD) outcomes in racial and ethnic minorities. Specifically, it seeks to improve the primary prevention of CVD in Hispanics.

Hypertension in Minorities Database-Workshop and Publication

To develop a comprehensive database publication (databook) utilizing available published and unpublished data on the prevalence of hypertension and its treatment and control in selected minority populations in the United States -- Hispanic, Asian and American Indian.

Enhancing Cardiac Rehabilitation Through Behavioral Nudges

Adherence to cardiac rehabilitation is poor, and worse for minorities, women, and those with lower levels of education. Patients less likely to be referred to and complete cardiac rehab are at highest risk of adverse outcomes and thus have the most to gain from participation in cardiac rehab. To improve participation, healthcare systems need to limit barriers to enrollment and promote adherence to rehabilitation.

Research Study to Investigate How Well Semaglutide Works Compared to Liraglutide in People Living With Overweight or Obesity

This study will look at participants' body weight from the start to the end of the study. The study will last for about 1½ years. This is to compare the effect on body weight in people taking semaglutide once a week or people taking liraglutide once every day. Participants will either get semaglutide, liraglutide or "dummy" medicine. Which treatment is decided by chance. Participants who receive semaglutide or semaglutide "dummy" medicine will need to take 1 injection once a w...

Sex-specific Determinants of Early-phase Recovery From Skeletal Muscle Disuse

This project is a 2-phase, randomized clinical trial that includes 7 days of unilateral leg disuse (Phase 1), immediately followed by 14 days of bilateral leg rehabilitation (Phase 2). The investigators will recruit cohorts of healthy middle-aged men and women to address their aims: - Demonstrate the sex-specific effects of skeletal muscle disuse (Phase 1) - Identify key molecular determinates of susceptibility of skeletal muscle atrophy (Phase 1) - ...

Genes Contributing to Hereditary Ovarian Cancer in African American Women and BRCA1/2 Wildtype Families

The investigators propose to test for non-BRCA1/2 mutations in new and existing families with hereditary ovarian cancer in order to better define penetrance and associated malignancies of rare ovarian cancer susceptibility genes. The hypothesis is at least one third of hereditary ovarian carcinoma families wildtype for BRCA1/2 can be solved using an updated version of BROCA (BROCA-HR) that targets 47 genes, including all known ovarian cancer genes and additional candidate genes...


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