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Timing of Sodium Intake and Nocturnal Sodium Excretion and Blood Pressure in Obese African Americans

Experimental data have shown that timing of sodium intake impacts diurnal patterns of sodium excretion. The purpose of this study is to test the hypothesis that the time of day for salt intake impacts (1) blood pressure rhythms and urinary sodium excretion and (2) circadian timing of factors responsible for blood pressure regulation and cardiometabolic health in obese individuals. These studies will address two aims. The first aim will test the hypothesis that limiting high sal...


Evaluation of Virtual Course to Increase Knowledge in Sexual Harassment,Prevention and Sanction Policies of a University

Sexual harassment is the behavior of sexual or sexist connotation unwanted by the affected person. Despite being considered as gender-based violence, victims of sexual harassment can be of both sexes. The university is the most frequent place where university students suffer sexual harassment. Law No. 27942 - "Ley de Prevención y Sanción del Hostigamiento Sexual" and its amendments, includes training and prevention in sexual harassment. The Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredi...

Peer to Peer Programs for Military Suicide Prevention

In the present project the investigators propose to test the efficacy of a peer to peer program entitled Airman's Edge. The Airman's Edge program plans to utilize peer mentors that will be trained in specialized skills designed to impact suicide risk at multiple levels of the military community without creating "extra duties" that increase workload and interfere with mission demands. Peer mentors will introduce primary prevention strategies to their units that target broad-base...


OnTrackNY's Learning Healthcare System

This application proposes OnTrackNY as a regional scientific hub for the Early Psychosis Intervention Network (EPINET) program as part of NIMH's creation of a national learning health care system (LHS) for early psychosis care. OnTrackNY has grown into a 22-site network, under the leadership of Lisa Dixon, MD, MPH. Created and supported by the New York State's Office of Mental Health (OMH), OnTrackNY is a nationally recognized model providing coordinated specialty care (CSC) f...

Study on Adaptive Radiotherapy and Multimodal Information of Cervical Cancer Assisted by Artificial Intelligence

The standard treatment for non-operative cervical cancer is concurrent external radiation therapy and chemotherapy followed by brachytherapy. During the period of radiotherapy, organ movement and tumor shrinkage may lead to insufficient or excessive radiation dose for the tumor and organs at risk. Adaptive radiotherapy can use images information acquired during treatment as feedback to reduce errors. Total 122 cases of cervical cancer with stage IB2-IVA will be randomly enroll...

The People Like Us Evaluation Study

The study is a pragmatic, randomized controlled trial design to evaluate an online video series developed by a community-based organization in Singapore for gay, bisexual and queer men. A total of 300 HIV-negative, gay, bisexual and queer men in Singapore aged 18 to 29 years old will be recruited with the assistance of the partner community-based organization (CBO), Action for AIDS Singapore. Recruitment will utilize both online and offline channels, and with the help of...

Long-term Follow Up of Patients in the Birmingham and Lambeth Liver Evaluation Strategies (BALLETS) Study

This study will follow-up a cohort of patients from the Birmingham and Lambeth Liver Evaluation Strategies (BALLETS) study using a database search based on their individual National Health Service (NHS) numbers. The investigators will interrogate the Hospital Episode Statistics database and the Office of National Statistics database, and examine three categories of end points: death, inpatient attendance primarily due to liver disease, and outpatient attendance primarily due to...

Priming Attachment Security Within an IAPT Setting

There is growing evidence that priming attachment security is associated with improved attitudes towards therapy, increased engagement and decreased levels of depression and anxiety. Within the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme a consistent problem has been identified of high dropout rates at step 2 services (i.e. where mild to moderate anxious and depressed patients receive guided self-help interventions). The current study incorporates a feasibility...

De-implementation of Low-value Pharmacological Prescriptions

The De-imFAR study aims to carry out and test a structured, evidence-based and theory informed process involving the main stakeholders (managers, professionals, patients and researches) for the design and roll-out of de-implementation strategies for reducing low-value pharmacological prescription, against the usual system-level procedures based on the principles of linear dissemination of "Not-to-do" guidelines and recommendations. In doing so, the De-imFAR project has identifi...

Clinic Navigation and Home Visits to Improve Guideline-based Care and Outcomes in Low Income Minority Adults With Asthma

Asthma-related deaths are more numerous among low-income minority patients and older adults with chronic diseases. Guidelines for asthma management have not addressed the needs of these groups. The investigators recently demonstrated the feasibility, acceptability, and evidence of effectiveness of two interventions to improve access to care, patient-provider communication, and asthma outcomes: 1) CI: clinic intervention using a patient advocate to prepare for, attend, and confi...

Nerve Transfer After Spinal Cord Injury- Multi-center

Current treatment strategies of acute cervical spinal cord injuries remain limited. Treatment options that provide meaningful improvements in patient quality of like and long-term functional independence will provide a significant public health impact. Specific aim: Measure the efficacy of nerve transfer surgery in the treatment of patients with complete spinal cord injuries with no hand function. Optimize the efficiency of nerve transfer surgery by evaluating patient outcomes ...

A Targeted and Tailored Pharmacist Intervention to Improve Adherence to Antihypertensive Drugs Among Diabetes Patients

The primary objective of this study is to assess the effect of a targeted and tailored pharmacist intervention on medication adherence among diabetes patients non-adherent to antihypertensive drugs. The secondary objectives are to assess the effect of the intervention on blood pressure level and medication beliefs, and to evaluate the implementation and adoption of the intervention for pharmacists and patients.

Personalized Nutrition and eHealth: Lifestyle Intervention (LION) Study for Weight Loss Maintenance

Despite standardized intervention strategies, weight loss and weight loss maintenance largely differ from person to person. Factors which may contribute to these individual differences is current object of research. In order to investigate predictors and barriers for weight management and to investigate two different dietary interventions and two different digital tools for weight maintenance, the LION-Study was designed as follows: Step I (screening, baseline phenotyping), st...

Revision of Antifungal Strategies Definitions for Invasive Fungal Infections in Hematological Malignancies (REDEFI-SEIFEM)

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate invasive fungal infections (IFI) according to clinicians' opinion vs the opinion of an independent board of experts. The primary output of this study is the evaluation of inter-raters agreement. Secondary objectives are: evaluation of IFI incidence; description of clinical and laboratory features; frequencies of different antifungal treatments; description of outcome; impact on the treatment of underlying hematological malignan...

DiagnosE Using the Central veIn SIgn

There is currently no agreement on the best way to diagnose Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Frequently, people suspected of having MS have a standard MRI scan and undergo a 'lumbar puncture' (a thin needle is inserted between the bones in the lower spine). Patients often report they find it painful and it can cause unintended complications requiring hospitalisations or time off work to recover. Although the fluid taken during a lumbar puncture can show evidence of disease, this is no...

Pathophysiology of Hypoventilation in Obesity and Effects of Bariatric Intervention

Breathing is impacted by obesity. Early changes are characterised by significant breathing abnormalities during sleep (a condition called sleep disordered breathing, the most common of which is obstructive sleep apnoea). As the breathing changes worsen in severity, it may result in a rise in carbon dioxide levels during daytime causing a condition called obesity hypoventilation syndrome (OHS). The current treatment for obesity related breathing changes include supportive breath...

Social Cognition Training and Vocational Rehabilitation

Social cognition impairments, frequently encountered in Serial Mental Illness, reduce the ability to find and to keep a job. Cognitive remediation and social cognition training reduce the impact of cognitive impairments on work outcomes . The purpose of this research is to associate a social cognition training program to vocational rehabilitation in the transition network (transitional Workforce Assistance Facilities and Services) to help people to maintain their jobs and to ac...

dHealth Solution for Improving Parent Adherence to Behavioral Treatment for ADHD

This study aims to develop, refine and preliminarily test a novel and scalable digital health solution designed to address parent adherence barriers in daily life contexts and increase parent's sustained use of evidence-based parenting strategies.

Written vs Electronic Safety Planning Study

Safety planning is a brief, ED-feasible intervention which has been demonstrated to save lives and has been universally recommended by every recent expert consensus panel on suicide prevention strategies. In one popular version of the safety plan developed by Stanley et al, the patient is encouraged to write out the following items: identifying personal signs of a crisis; helpful internal coping strategies; social contacts or settings which may distract from a crisis; using fam...

Short-Burst Interval Treadmill Training Cerebral Palsy

Ambulatory children with cerebral palsy (CP) walk predominately in low intensity stride rates with little variability, thus limiting their walking activity and ability to participate in daily life. In contrast, typically developing (TD) children engage in short bursts of intense walking activity interspersed with varying intervals of low intensity walking within daily life. In order to optimize motor learning, active participation, task-specific training and multiple repetition...

The Trajectory of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Across the Life Span: Continuing Prevention and Longitudinal Epidemiology

Screen women of childbearing age (14 - 44 years) for high risk drinking in antenatal clinics of the established research sites in the Western Cape Province of South Africa (SA). While there are multiple reasons for this screening, the purpose is for selective (secondary) prevention of FASD. A.) Initiate a case control trial/efficacy study (n=400) of the use of one-session brief motivation enhancement therapy (MET) in busy public health settings (versus information only) in thes...

Real World Testing of a Brain-Computer Interface

The goal of this project is to test a new AAC-BCI device comparing gel and dry electrode headgear used for communication while providing clinical care. Innovative resources will be employed to support the standard of care without considering limitations based on service billing codes. Clinical services will include AAC assessment, AAC-BCI device and treatment to individuals with minimal movement due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), brain stem strokes, severe cerebral pal...

Realtime Streaming Clinical Use Engine for Medical Escalation

The escalation of care for patients in a hospitalized setting between nurse practitioner managed services, teaching services, step-down units, and intensive care units is critical for appropriate care for any patient. Often such "triggers" for escalation are initiated based on the nursing evaluation of the patient, followed by physician history and physical exam, then augmented based on laboratory values. These "triggers" can enhance the care of patients without increasing the ...

Implementing an Intervention to Foster Resident and Family Engagement in Care Planning

This study is a pilot test of an intervention to engage residents and their family and the healthcare team in a collaborative approach to decisions about care planning in long-term care. The intervention includes leadership coaching with the management team, an educational bundle that includes a one-day education session for staff and managers on communication strategies and ways to engage family and residents in care planning and follow-up visits, and a series of resident and ...

The DETECT HCV Linkage to Care Trial

This aim of the DETECT HCV linkage trial compares two linkage to care intervention strategies among newly diagnosed HCV positive patients from the emergency department (ED). Patients who test positive for HCV and agree to be part of the study will be randomized to either clinician referral alone or clinician referral plus a linkage navigator.


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