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Checking Wether the m-ALA Cream Could Mark Correctly the Borders of BCC's Tumors

Correlation between Mohs surgery and microscopic fluorescence photometry in determination of histological borders in Basal Cell Carcinoma .


Multimodality Imaging Combined With Multiple Targets Pathological Examination for Detecting of Biological Borders of Gliomas: a Clinical Application Study

Knowledge of the spatial extent of gliomas is an essential prerequisite for the treatment planning. In particular, the localization of the border zone between tumor infiltrated and normal brain tissue is one of the major problems to be solved before beginning therapy. However, it is a well known problem that, in conventional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), it often is difficult to detect areas with low tumor infiltration, especially in gliomas, because of their infiltrative a...

Study of Aminolevulinic Acid to Enhance Visualization and Resection of Malignant Glial Tumors of the Brain

Tumors of the central nervous system are potentially curable. For tumors of comparable histology and grade, resectability is the most important prognostic factor affecting survival particularly in children. However, the infiltrative nature of the malignant cells produces indistinct borders between normal and malignant tissues, and the lack of easily identifiable tumor margins confounds attempts toward total resection. The investigators propose to identify the borders of tumor...


Evaluation of the Research to Policy Collaboration Model

This work aims to evaluate an approach for improving federal legislators' use of evidence—known as the Research-to-Policy Collaboration (RPC) - which seeks to address known barriers to policymakers' use of research, including a lack of personal contact between researchers and policymakers and limited relevance of research translation efforts to current policy priorities. The RPC involves structured processes for identifying policymakers' priorities, building researchers' capa...

Combined Cognitive and Vocational Interventions After Mild-to-moderate TBI: a Randomized Controlled Trial

A considerable number of patients with mild and moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI) experience long-lasting somatic, cognitive, and emotional symptoms that may hamper their capacity to return to work (RTW). Although several studies have described medical, psychological and work-related factors that predict RTW after TBI, well-controlled intervention studies regarding RTW in this group are scarce. Furthermore, there have traditionally been weak collaborations among rehabilitat...

Physician-Nurse and Nurse-Nurse Collaboration

This study was carried out to determine the level of collaboration and the factors affecting its between physicians-nurses and nurses-nurses working in different hospitals.

Family-Clinician Collaboration to Improve Neglect and Rehabilitation Outcome After Stroke

Spatial neglect may occur in patients who have had a stroke. People with spatial neglect often pay much more attention to one side of the body while ignoring the other side, even though they have no difficulty seeing. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the impact on stroke recovery, including spatial neglect, of the Family-Clinician Collaboration program, where a family member of a stroke survivor actively interacts with clinical staff members providing inpatient rehabili...

Multicenter Asthma Research Collaboration

To study the epidemiology of emergency asthma by focusing on three Multicenter Asthma Research Collaboration (MARC) databases collected over a two-year period in adult and pediatric emergency departments.

Interprofessional Training in a Psychiatric Study Unit

Research question and basic idea: Interprofessional collaboration is a skill that many health professionals need to develop. Interprofessional training offers a way to improve collaboration and patient care. The increasing number of psychiatric patients with complex needs, requires mental healthcare providers to enhance their skills. It necessitates that healthcare professionals collaborate effectively; nevertheless, many have not been trained in an interprofessional environme...

Improving Interprofessional Collaboration in Norwegian Primary Schools

This study includes designing, implementing and evaluating the effectiveness of process-based measures for improving interprofessional collaboration in Norwegian primary schools (5-7th grades). Focusing on leadership and organizational development, the overarching aim is to improve the use of existing interprofessional competence within schools. The interventions include meetings at municipal-level (strategic), school-level (operative) and class-level (operative), with feedback...

MyPatientPal: An App to Help Patients Manage Their Cancer Care

MyPatientPal was developed in collaboration with both patient and oncologist stakeholders, is designed to facilitate such patient self-management through the daily reporting of side effects and medications.

Facilitate the Return to Work of Cancer Survivors

Cancer patients could experience physical limitations, cognitive symptoms, fatigue and pain, that could be perceived at diagnosis but may also occur during treatment, limiting the person from carrying out their activities of daily living, including work tasks. Return to work is a major goal, as it facilitates the patient's ability to deal with the disease and improve general health. At present, there is no path aimed at supporting cancer patients in the return to work pr...

Surgeon-Anesthesiologist Collaboration

Collaboration between the surgeon and the anesthesiologist is key for delivering a safe pheochromocytoma surgery. This study aims to establish the collective performance of surgeon-anesthesiologist team by quantifying the relationship between their previous collaborations and patient complications.

Impact of a Pharmacist-anesthesiologist Collaboration During Anesthesia Consultation on Prevention of Perioperative Medication Errors of Patients in Programmed Surgery

The investigators will evaluate the efficiency of a pharmacist-anesthesiologist collaboration in the anesthetic consultation in the prevention of medical errors perioperatively in patients undergoing scheduled surgery

Effect of Dupilumab on Sleep Apnea in Patients With Rhinosinusitis

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a common disorder with serious consequences that remains underrecognized, with >80% of OSA patients undiagnosed, and undertreated due to inadequate treatment options. The development of additional treatments for OSA, such as pharmacotherapy, are critically needed. The collaboration between Regeneron and Sanofi are funding this project. Regeneron will be providing the drug and the contract will be with Regeneron. Both companies are involved as i...

A Study of the Specificity and Sensitivity of 5- Aminolevulinic Acid (ALA) Fluorescence in Malignant Brain Tumors

Extent of resection is a very important prognostic factor affecting survival in individuals diagnosed with a malignant glioma. However, the infiltrative nature of the malignant glioma tumor cells produces indistinct borders between normal and malignant tissues, and the lack of easily identifiable tumor margins confounds attempts at total resection. The investigators propose to identify the borders of malignant gliomas intraoperatively using oral 5-aminolevulinic Acid (5-ALA) wh...

Evaluation of a Treadmill Workstation in an Emergency Dispatch Center

The principal objective of this study is to determine if the provision of a treadmill workstation in an emergency medical services (EMS) dispatch center increases the number of steps that participants make daily within 6 months compared to the usual working conditions. The investigators hypothesized that the provision of a treadmill workstation with a slow walking could increase the number of daily steps and decrease days of leave, musculoskeletal disorders without decreasing ...

Taking Action: a Care for Type 2 Diabetes Intervention for Couples

Communal coping consists of the appraisal of a problem as shared and collaboration to manage the problem. Among individuals with type 2 diabetes, self-report, daily diary, and observational measures of communal coping have been linked to better relationship and health outcomes. While communal coping has been linked to positive adjustment outcomes, there are no interventions that incorporate both components of communal coping theory; interventions often focus on collaborative st...

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A New Interdisciplinary Collaboration Structure to Improve Medication Safety in the Elderly

Suboptimal use of medications among geriatric patients is well-known problem and leads to medication errors, re-hospitalizations and death. By using a randomized controlled trial (RCT) design the investigators aim to explore a new inter-professional working structure. The working structure is based on the scientifically and clinically acknowledged integrated medicines management (IMM) model. The overall aim of the study is to explore the effect of the new working structure on t...

Improving Work Flow Through Cognitive Ergonomics. An Intervention Study

The main aim of the SujuKE study is to test the effectiveness of workplace cognitive ergonomics development program designed to decrease cognitively disrupting work conditions and work-related cognitive stress, and to improve work flow. The cognitive ergonomics workplace intervention includes cognitive ergonomics workshop, work experiments, and intervention task questionnaires. Its effect on changes in subjective measures of work conditions, work flow, stress, and work producti...

Collaboration for Antepartum Risk Evaluation

Perinatal outcomes in the US rank behind most other developed countries even though women in the US utilize more maternity services. Current approaches to consultation and collaboration among perinatal care providers, including nurse-midwives, obstetricians, and perinatologists, fragment care resulting in communication errors and maternal dissatisfaction. The CARE study will test an innovative interdisciplinary consult visit to improve communication, teamwork, maternal satisfac...

Clinical Evaluation of Adjusted Doses of Darunavir/Ritonavir With Rifampicin in HIV-infected Volunteers

The DaRifi study aims to develop adjusted doses of darunavir/ritonavir (DRV/r) for use in HIV-infected patients requiring co-treatment of TB with a rifampicin-based regimen. Based on in silico models, the steady state pharmacokinetics(PK) of doubled doses of DRV/r with rifampicin (in once daily and 12-hourly approaches) will be compared to standard 800/100 mg daily doses without rifampicin. An open-label, cross-over, PK drug-drug interaction study will be conducted in medicall...

The Effect of Shear- Force at the Skin in Patients With Diabetes Mellitus

1. The objective of this study is to acquire knowledge about the development of reactive hyperaemia and inflammatory responses of the skin after shear- force and pressure loading. We want to investigate if patients with diabetes type 2 will develop more skin damage, because of a decreased microvascular function. 2. The second objective of this study is: to investigate if the cytokine production of the skin is increased in patients with type 2 diabetes wit...

An Asthma Collaboration to Reduce Childhood Asthma Disparities on the Navajo Nation

National Jewish Health and The University of Arizona worked with Navajo Nation organizations to develop this program to improve the health of children with asthma. The Navajo Community Asthma Program will have two main parts. One will train doctors and health care professionals to improve the diagnosis and treatment of asthma. The second part will work with area schools to provide education to school nurses, teachers, and children to help them better understand asthma. The proj...

Dynamics of Subclinical Malaria: Preliminary Study

This is a short longitudinal preliminary study that aims to describe the dynamics of low-density subclinical malaria to support the final study design of a subsequent matched cohort study. The primary objective is to assess the dynamics of subclinical malaria detected by ultrasensitive PCR over a short duration. The results will be used to guide the design of a matched cohort study of subclinical malaria in Myanmar and along its borders with China and Bangladesh


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