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Evaluation Study of Web-based Resource for Youth

This study will evaluate DigiKnowIt News, a web-based resource to educate youth about pediatric clinical research. Youth will be randomly assigned to one of three groups (1. Intervention Version A; 2) Intervention Version B; 3) Wait-list control).

An Arts Intervention for Drug-Using Homeless Youth

In the study, homeless youth from a drop-in site and faculty from UCLA and California Institute of the Arts will develop, pilot test and evaluate a youth-based drug and health-promoting program. It is hoped that this program will help in the development of a program that can be further tested in a larger study and lead to the development of an innovative and effective drug counseling program that youth situated in homeless sites will utilize.

SAFETIM-needs : Exploring Adolescent's and Parent's Needs During Transition in French CF Centers

prospective multicentric study protocol in french CF center, exploring adolescent avec parents needs during transition from pediatric CF center to adult CF center

Exploring the Outcomes of System Supports for Youth With Mental Illness and/or Addictions and Their Families

This is a pilot study to assess the feasibility of a larger scale clinical trial of different methods of supporting families in finding mental health and/or addictions (MHA) services for youth.Youth with MHA issues and their families are particularly vulnerable in the MHA system, due to a lack of specialized support and complicated transitions between services. The potential impact of Navigation on youth MHA symptom reduction or functional improvement, family functioning, satis...

Reducing Disparities in Rural Advanced Cancer Patients and Caregivers

The Purpose of this project is to implement ENABLE (Educate, Nurture, Advise, Before Life Ends) at four community cancer practices that have a high percentage of rural and/or medically-underserved patients diagnosed with advanced cancer and their family caregivers. The ENABLE principal investigator (PI) and the Coordinating Center team are located at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). Site teams are - Spartanburg SC/Gibbs Cancer Center, Birmingham VA Medical Center,...

EDUCATE: The MEDTRONIC Endeavor Drug Eluting Stenting: Understanding Care, Antiplatelet Agents and Thrombotic Events

EDUCATE is a prospective, multi-center study designed to collect real-world safety and clinical outcomes in subjects receiving one or more Endeavor Zotarolimus-Eluting Stents and either clopidogrel and aspirin or prasugrel and aspirin as part of a dual antiplatelet therapy (DAPT) drug regimen.

Training Community Members to Deliver HIV Prevention Programs to Urban Youth

This study will examine methods for involving local community members in programs to teach urban youth about how to prevent transmission of HIV.

Remediating Academic Skill Deficits Among Disadvantaged Youth

This research aims to continue to study the effectiveness of a promising academic intervention (implemented by SAGA Innovations) that has previously been shown to significantly improve academic outcomes for disadvantaged youth. In addition, this study will begin to investigate the effects of scaling up this promising strategy by exploring variation in tutor effectiveness and the optimal instructor-student and student-student pairings for improving academic outcomes.

Biobehavioral Effects of Topiramate on Cannabis-Related Outcomes in Adolescents

Cannabis use is a significant public health concern that disproportionately affect youth. Although promising psychosocial interventions are being developed, most youth do not benefit from these interventions alone. Given the clinical demand for effective treatments, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) identified the critical need for data on the tolerability and potential efficacy of medications in adolescents. The purpose of this two-year study is to test if and how t...

Transgender Youth and PrEP: PK, Safety, Uptake & Adherence - PK Study

To address the critical scientific gaps in PrEP safety for transgender youth and to plan for appropriate implementation of PrEP in transgender youth communities, the study will be conducted in 3 integrated phases. In Phase 1, a pharmacokinetic (PK) study exploring the interactions of cs-HT for both TW and TM youth on TDF/FTC will be conducted. Simultaneously, in Phase 2, ethnographic data via focus groups (FGs) and in-depth interviews (IDIs) to inform the development of a tailo...

Cornerstone: Boundary Spanning Case Management and Peer Support for Transition Age Youth With Mental Disorders

The purpose of this study is exploring a theoretically guided intervention, Cornerstone, which provides system 'boundary-spanning' services, including therapeutic services and mentorship, to transition-age youth with mental disorders. Cornerstone is designed to improve mental health service engagement and outcomes. The study uses a mixed methods approach to refine Cornerstone, and a hybrid design examining feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary impact with a randomized tri...

Transitioning HIV+ Adolescents to Adult Care: Exploring Adolescent and Adult Medicine Clinics Role in the Process

This is a multi-site, longitudinal study and it describes the transition process of behaviorally-infected HIV-positive youth as they move from pediatric- and adolescent-specific care to adult care. To achieve this goal, the transition process is characterized from the perspectives of HIV-positive youth, Adolescent Medicine Trials Unit (AMTU) clinic staff, and receiving adult clinic staff.

Enhancing Prevention Capacity With Developmental Assets and Getting to Outcomes

Alcohol and other drug use among youth is costly for communities. More research is needed about how to best support community based prevention programs and how community prevention expertise can inform the research process. The National Institute on Drug Abuse has funded a 5 year collaboration of the RAND Corporation, Search Institute and its training division, Vision Training Associates, Communities for Children and Youth, and the University of Southern Maine to implement and...

Whole-of-Community Systems Intervention for Youth Population Physical Activity

This study will evaluate the impact of a whole-of-community multi-level adaptive systems intervention on implementation of community change and youth population physical activity. Building on local health department partnerships, the investigators will conduct a two-wave staggered-start community randomized trial with four volunteer rural communities (each having nested school, after-school, scouting/4-H club, youth sport organizations) randomly assigned to intervention or stan...

Efficacy and Biological Targets of Response to rTMS Therapy in Youth Depression

Youth depression is a debilitating disorder that exacts enormous social, economic and personal cost. Unfortunately, treatments which are conventionally used to treat adult depression have often modest to no efficacy in youth and have side effects. Thus, there is a tremendous imperative to develop new treatments for youth depression. Investigators propose to examine the efficacy of a short form of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) for youth depression and exami...

Community Based Youth Injury Prevention Program

America's greatest resource is its youth, but that resource is increasingly threatened by violence. Recommendations for violence prevention have highlighted the need to focus on youth and to explore targeted interventions Nowhere is the need greater than in our nation's capital where the intentional injury fatality rate for youth age 14-19 is higher than any of the 50 states. This study builds on the CDC-supported project Adolescent Violence: A Community-Based Strategy whi...

A Feasibility (Pilot) Study of an Innovative Non-pharmacological Intervention Program in at Risk Youth

At risk youth face various adversities including homelessness, social isolation, substance abuse and other mental illnesses. Thus far, the investigators have successfully partnered on programs of housing, social and recreational interventions in this population. The investigators now wish to assess the feasibility of delivery of an innovative bio-psycho-social intervention, Youth Empowerment Seminar (YES!), developed by their partner, the not-for-profit Art of Living Foundation...

Community Study of Outcome Monitoring for Emotional Disorders in Teens

Emotional disorders, including an array of anxiety and depressive syndromes, are the most common psychiatric disorders among adolescents, are highly comorbid, and severely impair the lives of youth and their families. Extant evidence-based therapies target only single disorders or symptom domains, are often not adopted by community mental health center (CMHC) clinicians, and have only modest effect sizes. To improve the clinical outcomes of these youth, the proposed study tests...

Substance Use Screening and Prevention for Adolescents in Pediatric Primary Care

This study is to test the effectiveness of integrating and adapting two National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)-funded procedures for use in primary care pediatric clinics serving low-income youth: 1)the Youth Risk Index (YRI) and Transmissible Liability Index-Parent (TLI-P) nurse and/or research assistant-administered screening tools for high risk of substance use (SU) prior to high school and thus also for SUD and 2) the Family Check-Up (FCU) - a brief, family-based program t...

Investigating Psychosocial Intervention Treatment Response in Justice-Involved Youth With Conduct Disorder

This research focuses on justice-involved youth with conduct disorder (CD) and a history of violence. CD is a youth-limited neurodevelopmental disorder that is commonly associated with criminality. Although psychosocial interventions that address impulsivity and self-control have been shown to be effective at helping promote prosocial behavior in patients with CD, the biological changes that occur as a result of treatment are not well understood. This study will explore changes...

Suicide Prevention Among Substance Abusing Homeless Youth

The literature is characterized by a dearth of information on interventions for homeless youth, and no suicide prevention intervention has been tested with these youth. Such focus is critical as suicide is the leading cause of death among homeless youth. Therefore, this study seeks to address this gap in the research literature with the goal to identify an effective strategy to intervene in suicide ideation in this population.

Evaluation of Implementation of the Phoenix PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) Access Project for Youth Aged 13-24

This study will evaluate the implementation of a PrEP program for youth aged 13-24 in Phoenix, AZ. Numbers of youth who initiate PrEP, how long they continue with PrEP, and the barriers for youth who are trying to initiate and continue taking PrEP will be examined.

Community Health Assessment Program in the Philippines

The investigators are adopting an intervention which has been tested in Canada to the Philippine setting. The program will be called Community Health Assessment Program in the Philippines (CHAPP). The main goal of CHAPP is to decrease diabetes and its complications by implementing a community-based program. The CHAPP intervention will be modified so that it will be applicable to the Philippine setting and other Low and Middle Income Countries. The initial plan for the program ...

Adult Broad Learning Experiment (ABLE): Feasibility Study

This study evaluates the feasibility of enrolling and retaining older adults in a 15-week intervention that will implement six factors from early childhood experiences: individualized scaffolding (having a responsive teacher), forgiving environment (allowing the learner to make and learn from mistakes), growth mindset (believing that abilities can develop with effort), open-minded learning (exploring new experiences), serious commitment to learning (adopting a "learning" lifest...

Smartphone-enabled Health Coaching Intervention for Youth Diagnosed With Major Depressive Disorders

Randomized controlled trial (RCT) comparing youth diagnosed with major depressive disorder treated with online mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy vs. standard psychiatric care (as wait-list controls). Eligible subjects will be recruited from the wait-lists of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. N = 168 subjects will consist of youth from First Nations background (18-30 yrs) and youth from all other ethnic backgrounds stratified to two intervention groups an...

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