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Web-Based Survey of Pain, Stress and Complementary and Alternative Medicine

The investigators are inviting people with fibromyalgia, IBS, interstitial cystitis, chronic pain, and other chronic and recurring conditions to sign up and participate in a year-long Internet-based survey to study the effectiveness of alternative medicine and the interactions among stress and coping, pain, and treatment outcomes. The survey is called PROCAIM, which stands for Patient-Reported Outcomes from Complementary, Alternative, and Integrative Medicine. PROCAIM was deve...

Schizophrenia and the Gut Microbiome

In a sample of 20 inpatients with a DSM-IV-TR/DSM 5 diagnosis of schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder, investigators propose to conduct a prospective, 2 week observational trial to collect gastrointestinal stool samples in order to characterize the microbiota in people with schizophrenia and examine its variability over time. Participants may elect to participate for an additional two weeks, during which they will receive the prebiotic, oligofructose-enriched inulin (FOS),...

Evaluation of the BOKS Before-school Physical Activity Program

BOKS, Build Our Kids' Success, is a before-school physical activity program that has been implemented in over 2,000 elementary and middle schools. Students participate in the program for 12 weeks, two or three mornings per week for about 1 hour per session. This study if a non-randomized control trial seeking to 1) examine the extent to which participation in the before-school BOKS program improves, health, well-being, and performance, and 2) compare the results of a two-day-pe...

Trial of a Health Promoting School Approach to Positive Youth Development and Wellness Promotion

Assess the effects of a school-based multi-component intervention on school connectedness, school engagement, and developmental assets through a group randomized, participatory trial.

A Mind-Body Medicine Curriculum for Peer Counselors

This study will evaluate a Mind-Body Medicine curriculum for high school peer counselors in order to answer the following research questions: 1. Will peer counselor participation in the Mind-Body Medicine curriculum increase their sense of self-regulation, responsibility, social competence, and empathy; decrease anxiety; and increase hope? 2. What are the experiences of peer support counselors participating in the Mind-Body Medicine curriculum?

When do School-aged Patients Return to School After ACL Surgery?

We intend to survey school aged patients following ACL surgery on when they return to school. We will analyze independent variables to determine if any relationship exists that may influence the amount of time missed.

Feasibility of a Multi-Level School Intervention for LGBTQ Youth

The goal of this R21 grant is to test the feasibility of a theoretically informed, LGBTQ-affirming intervention (Proud & Empowered; P&E). Although LGBTQ adolescents experience disparities in behavioral health outcomes compared to their heterosexual peers, interventions are scarce. For example, LGBTQ adolescents are 3 to 4 times more likely to meet criteria for an internalizing disorder and 2 to 5 times more likely to meet criteria for externalizing disorders than their heterose...

Medical College of Georgia FitKid Project

This project will determine whether exposing youths to a "fitogenic" after-school environment that emphasizes vigorous exercise and healthy snacks will have a favorable effect on body composition (i.e., less fat tissue and more lean tissue), cardiovascular fitness and cardiovascular disease risk profile. The environmental intervention will be provided in nine schools in Augusta, Georgia, with another nine schools serving as non-intervention comparison schools. Children in the ...

The B'N Fit POWER Initiative: A School-Based Wellness Initiative for Bronx Youth

The findings of this study will establish the feasibility and efficacy of B'N Fit POWER and given the wide presence of MSHP, MMCC and other afterschool programs, there is significant potential for dissemination of B'N Fit POWER to many other clinic-community partnership sites enabling the development of a larger grant that will test the effectiveness and dissemination process to several schools in the Bronx. The translation of a traditional clinical-based weight-loss interventi...

Technology and Design Innovation for School Lunch

This study will evaluate an innovative school lunch intervention that is designed to increase school meal participation and improve dietary intake among middle and high school students.

Wise Mind: Environmental Approach for Obesity Prevention

The study will be conducted in four Catholic schools with children enrolled in Grades 2 through 6. Girls and boys and children of all racial types are eligible for participation in the study. We anticipate that approximately 1,000 to 1200 children will volunteer for the study. We request enrollment of 1200 children. To participate, parents must grant written consent and the child must assent by signing a consent form that is attached. Two of the four schools that volunteer for ...

Efficacy of a Brief Intervention for School Clinicians (BRISC)

Research shows that the majority of all mental health (MH) treatment for children is delivered in schools. Unfortunately, however, school mental health (SMH) providers rarely use evidence-based approaches and are often poorly integrated into the school context. Given the high (>20%) and increasing rates of MH disorders among children and youth, MH clinicians working in schools need effective and efficient ways to address student emotional and behavioral problems. The Brief Inte...

Pedestrian Behavior Following Implementation of a Walking School Bus

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a walking school bus program can increase the number of children walking to school and decrease the number of children driven by car to school.

My Body is Fit and Fabulous at School Phase II

"My Body is Fit and Fabulous" (MyBFF@school) program was designed specifically for overweight and obese school children in order to help them control their BMI and body fat. MyBFF@school is a multi-faceted obesity intervention program that incorporated physical activity, nutrition and psychology modules.

Middle School to High School Transition Project: Depression and Substance Abuse Prevention

This study will implement a school-based program to prevent depression, academic failure, and substance use in at-risk adolescents transitioning from middle school to high school.

Who Needs a School Doctor's Health Check?

The aims of the study are 1) to explore whether part of the school doctors' routine health checks can be omitted using screening questionnaires which address the parents', school nurses' and teachers' concerns regarding each student and 2) to evaluate the benefits of school doctors' routine health checks.

KEYS to Succeed: Cognitive and Academic Intervention Program for Children and Adolescents Surviving Cancer

The study will examine whether school liaison services and home-based parental tutoring can help with academic difficulties of paediatric brain tumour survivors who received cranial spinal radiation and have returned to school. Forty-five patients will participate in the project. All patients will receive psychology liaison services to link resources at the hospital with those in the community. Patients will participate in one of two tutoring programs designed to directly or in...

KITS: School Readiness in Foster Care Efficacy Trial

The KITS project is a 5-year randomized trial to evaluate a program designed to enhance academic and social-emotional aspects of school readiness for foster preschoolers.

Evaluation of the School Kids Influenza Prevention Project

Children whose parents receive text reminders are more likely to be consented to participate in the school located influenza vaccination clinic than children whose parents do not receive text reminders.

Research Study to Investigate the Effect of NNC0174-0833 on a Birth Control Pill in Women Who Are Not Able to Become Pregnant

The study looks at how the study medicine affects the level in the blood of a birth control pill. The study also looks at how the study medicine affects the duration of emptying of the stomach. Participants will get 1 injection of study medicine once a week for 12 weeks by a study nurse at the clinic. The study medicine is injected with a thin needle in a skin fold in the stomach. In addition, participants will get 1 birth control pill per day for 8 days before the first dose o...

School-Based Obesity Prevention Program

The overarching goal of this initiative is to reduce the prevalence and occurrence of obesity and increase the remission of obesity in children and adolescents through implementation of a Comprehensive School Nutrition Policy designed to promote changes in the school environment that will reinforce students’ development of healthy eating and physical activity patterns inside and outside of school.

Promoting Physical Activity In After-School Programs for Urban Adolescents

RATIONALE: Physical activity may lower the risk of some types of cancer and other chronic diseases. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying ways to increase physical activity in urban adolescents who attend after-school programs.

Prevention of School Dropout for Mexican American Adolescents

The purpose of this study is to test the efficacy of a family-based psychosocial intervention to prevent school disengagement and reduce the incidence of depression, conduct disorders, and school dropout for Mexican American adolescents.

West Philadelphia Controls Asthma

This project uses community health workers (CHW) or lay health educators to implement asthma interventions that have been proven to work in the primary care setting and in schools. The objective is to integrate the home, school, healthcare system, and community for 600 school-aged asthmatic children in West Philadelphia through use of CHWs. The children enrolled in the study will be randomized to one of four groups including: primary care CHW, school CHW, primary care and scho...

Back2School - CBT Intervention for School Absenteeism

The main objective of this study is to examine the efficacy of a new psychological intervention, called Back2School, in helping youths with problematic school absenteeism to return to school. Furthermore, the study will examine how well this program fares against the treatment or interventions that are usually given to youths with school absenteeism (treatment as usual or TAU). Based on previous studies we hypothesize that the Back2School intervention will be better at i...

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