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Mastery, Social Support and Depression of Patients With Major Depression

The purpose of this study was to discuss the relation of mastery, social support and depression in patients with depressive disorder. Cross-sectional quantitive study and purposive sampling method were designed. Data collection and analysis was conducted through structural questionnaires (including demographics, social support scale, mastery scale, CESD scale) at a medical center in Taipei. Results showed that patients with depression whose degree of depression was negative cor...


Application-based Perioperative Management of the Radical Cystectomy Patient

The purpose of this study is to learn whether it is feasible to use the LifeScience Technologies application (LST app) in patients undergoing radical cystectomy with the eventual goal to reduce complications and readmissions to the hospital after surgery.

Effect of Pharmacist Initiated Recommendations On Prescribing For Participants In the Senior MEDS Personalized Medication Review

What are the demographic and medication utilization characteristics of participants in the Senior MEDS personalized medication review compared to other community-dwelling elderly, what is the level of satisfaction with Senior Meds, and does the Senior Meds program lead to changes in the participants' drug regimen?


Fittle Senior System

The objectives of this study are to examine the usability and efficacy, for diverse older adults, of a new tablet-based dynamic system: the Fittle Senior System (FSS) that will provide: (1) personalized behavior-change programs for improved diet and increased physical activity and (2) online social interaction and support from small teams pursuing similar goals. The proposed study involves a two group randomized trial where participants will be randomized to the Fittle S...

Thriving, Activity and Social Participation After Stroke

The aim of the study is to evaluate the effect of a group intervention programme for community dwelling elders with stroke or TIA.The intervention is inspired by a Lifestyle Redesign method developed in the USA. The study is conducted as a multi centre randomized controlled trial. Participants are recruited from five hospitals and the intervention is implemented at six to seven senior centres. The control group is offered physical activity at the senior centre once a week. The ...

Senior Change Makers Study: Improving Physical Activity Environments

Senior Change Makers is an intergenerational intervention that compares two, 8-week programs: (1) an advocacy program wherein senior participants perform audits of their physical activity environments, identify an advocacy project, and advocate for improvements; and (2) a walking program designed to increase participant physical activity through education and guided walks. We expect that the advocacy program will produce greater improvements in seniors' advocacy skills, confide...

Characterizing the Senior High Cost User (HCU) in Ontario

High cost users (HCUs) are a small group of patients who use a disproportionate amount of health care resources. This study is a retrospective population-based matched cohort analysis of newly incident senior High Cost Users (HCUs) defined as Ontarians aged 66 years or older in the top 5% of healthcare expenditure users in fiscal year 2013 (FY2013). The study objectives are to characterize and contrast Ontario senior HCUs to non-HCUs based on their demographics, co-morbidities,...

Delineation of Novel Monogenic Disorders in the United Arab Emirates Population

The study aims to identify novel monogenic phenotypes from specific pedigrees and discover the underlying causal genetic variant using genetic sequencing (Sanger and/or Next Generation Sequencing - Panel/WES/WGS) methodologies in families across the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Utilizing Senior Companions to Enhance Dementia Care

The inability of healthcare systems to effectively manage Alzheimer's disease and related dementias (ADRD) often results in families remaining unaware of important community-based, long-term services and supports (LTSS) that could help to mitigate the negative effects of cognitive impairment. This project will feature a collaboration between Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota and the University of Minnesota to evaluate a novel adaption of the volunteer Senior Companion Progra...

Prevention of Arthritis-Related Work Disability

People with rheumatic disorders (arthritis) often have trouble keeping their jobs. This study will look at whether vocational rehabilitation (VR) will improve the ability of employed people with arthritis to keep their jobs. Job retention VR services target key factors that increase the risk of job loss. They aim to modify jobs to reduce barriers caused by functional limitations and disease symptoms, future career planning, and establish a partnership with a VR counselor for...

The Getting Active Project: Improving Social Well-Being in Later Life

The many negative outcomes associated with loneliness in older people have rendered loneliness itself a new public health target. Older adults who feel lonely carry increased risk for reduced quality of life, morbidity, and mortality. The risk of premature mortality related to loneliness is at least as large as the risks arising from such factors as obesity, physical inactivity, alcohol misuse, and smoking. Volunteering is a promising intervention for reducing loneliness in lat...

Senior Falls Prevention Study

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a best practice model for senior falls prevention when implemented in a community setting.

The Effects of Voice Therapy Based on the Estill Voice Model: a Feasibility Study

This study wants to investigate treatment for patients with common voice disorders where no surgical or medical treatment is needed. A voice disorder is when your voice is croaky, hoarse or when you lose it altogether. This can be a serious problem for people as it stops them from participating in their normal life (for example in their jobs, hobbies, family and wider social life). This study will look at our most commonly used method of treatment for voice problems. This ...

Senior Peer Alliance for Rural Research On Wellness

Dr. Brooke Hollister, Ph.D. from the department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco is conducting a study comparing two types of interventions for treating depression in rural older adults.

Volunteer-Delivery of Behavioral Activation

In response to large numbers of senior center clients who suffer untreated depression and the dearth of geriatric mental health providers, the investigators have simplified a Behavioral Activation intervention to match the skill set of age-matched lay volunteers available to senior centers (Volunteer BA). This R34 proposes developmental work on delivering Volunteer BA in senior centers, so as to arrive to a sustainable intervention with standardized procedures. The investigator...

The British Heart Foundation SENIOR-RITA Trial

SENIOR-RITA is a multicentre prospective open-label trial randomizing patients presenting with type 1 NSTEMI aged ≥75 years between invasive and conservative treatment strategies, to compare time to cardiovascular death or non-fatal MI within one year from randomization.

Neuroeconomics of Social Behavior Following Trauma Exposure

This study will use a neuroeconomic paradigm with state-of-the-art imaging protocols to probe abnormal social reward processing underlying social withdrawal in symptomatic trauma-exposed women. By also gathering self-report measures of social anhedonia, performance on non-social and social reward valuation tasks, and measures of real-world social functioning including social network size, we aim to specify how alterations in social reward processing result in social withdrawal ...

Reaching and Engaging Depressed Senior Center Clients (REDS)

The purpose of this study is to test the feasibility of two types of group therapy sessions. The research is being done because the researchers are trying to learn if these approaches could be used by therapist in the community social service agencies to treat older adults with depression. There are two study groups. One group is a form of group therapy called "Engage-M", which encourages subjects to engage in physical and social activities that they find pleasurable or rewardi...

Tai Chi/Qigong Exercise Persistence Among Residents of Senior Housing

This randomized field trial uses a self-report daily exercise log to answer the research question: Does frequency of instruction influence tai chi/qigong home practice exercise persistence among residents of Senior housing?

Healthy Environments Partnership

The Healthy Environments Partnership was established in October 2000, as a part of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences “Health Disparities Initiative.” The Healthy Environments Partnership seeks to expand the knowledge base of how social and economic inequalities are linked to disparities in cardiovascular health among residents of Detroit. The Healthy Environments Partnership is a project of the Detroit Community-Academic Urban Research Center. The p...

Translating 3-Step Workout for Life in a Local Senior Living Community

The study evaluates the feasibility of a staff-lead workout program, 3-Step Workout for Life, in a local senior living community. Eligible participants will complete assessments before and after the workout program.

Virtual Reality Exercise on the Intensive Care Unit in Heart Patients

This project proposes the development and design of a motor intervention using a cognitive video game and describes the feasibility, safety and acceptability of virtual augmented video gaming device named Virtual Reality on the Intensive Care Unit (VRICU). The project in two phases is performed in healthy participants (Phase 1) and heart patients after elective heart surgery on the Intensive Care Unit (Phase 2). Furthermore, brain function will be measured during exer-gaming w...

Assessment and Treatment of Social Skills Deficits in Individuals With Social Phobia

This study will determine whether people with social phobia are deficient in certain social skills.

Coordinating Center for Enhancing ADRD Caregiving

Established in 1995, Resources for Enhancing Alzheimer's Caregiver Health (REACH) is a unique, multi-site research program sponsored by the National Institute on Aging (NIA) and the National Institute on Nursing Research (NINR). The primary purpose of REACH is to carry out social and behavioral research on interventions designed to enhance family caregiving for Alzheimer's disease and related disorders. Specifically, REACH has two goals: to test the effectiveness of multiple ...

Effects of Senior Dance on Risk Factors for Falls

The efficacy of exercise programs to prevent falls among older people is well documented in the literature. However, older people's adherence to these exercise programs has been reported to be suboptimal, varying between 21% and 74%. In addition, about 45% of people aged over 60 years do not meet the minimum recommended level of physical activity. In this context, dance is a promising alternative to traditional exercise programs, as it can positively influence important risk fa...


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