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Technology-enabled Task-sharing for Depression in Primary Care

This study will explore and test the feasibility, acceptability, usability, and preliminary effectiveness of a technology-enabled intervention for depression using task-sharing in primary care. We will a) discover barriers and facilitators to task-sharing by frontline primary care staff; b) design an implementation strategy to support task-sharing to deliver a technology-enabled intervention for depression; and c) conduct a small open-label usability trial of the technology-ena...


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Pilot Study of Connected Diabetes Technology

To test the hypothesis that remote sharing of health data - including measured blood glucose values as well as patient-reported carbohydrate counts and insulin doses - with the UC Davis Pediatric Diabetes team via connected health applications is feasible for pediatric patients with newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes.

Diabetes Care Transformation: Diabetes Data Registry and Intensive Remote Monitoring

With emerging mobile technology, sharing glucose, insulin and sensor data with the clinic for frequent and timely monitoring is now feasible. The investigators propose to leverage this new technology to provide children and families with appropriate interventions to help manage their diabetes.


Smartphone Application-Based Vital Sign Monitors

Health-related applications for smartphones represent a new and popular market for consumer oriented products. These applications are generally not considered medical devices and, as such, are not under the purview of the Federal Drug Administration. Some of these applications purport to measure vital signs, but do not have any published data to confirm accuracy of such measurements and their developers have not been willing to divulge the methods by which vital sign readings a...

Ethical Challenges of Consent in Data Sharing

In recent years, Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit (MORU) has coordinated some of the largest international studies involving many sites in low-income and hard-to-reach settings. It has been our policy for many years to support sharing of data across collaborative research networks in order to maximize their utility. However there is increasing support from research funders, regulatory agencies and journals for sharing individual-level data from genomic, medical an...

Hospital Based Registry of Childhood Cancer in Pediatric Oncology Units in French Speaking Africa

The ultimate aim of this registry is to collect precise information concerning the children coming to oncology units working with the French African Oncology Group. This data will help to plan and provide correct pediatric oncology treatment and care for this population. Collecting the data will give much needed information on numbers, stage, treatment and outcome. The register will give data for local and national health authorities in planning pediatric cancer programs.

GIA in Cascade Testing

The objective of this pilot study is to evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of GIA in sharing genetic test results with family members. To determine the utility of GIA in sharing information. To determine the impact of GIA on downstream cascade testing rates.

Sexual & Gender Minority Competency in Oncology

This study is a single-arm, open-label trial of a sexual and gender minority (SGM) competence training program at Wilmot Cancer Institute (Wilmot) and its regional care locations (e.g., Wilmot Medical Oncology, Wilmot Radiation Oncology, Gynecological Oncology, Highland Hospital, Pluta Cancer Center). Results will be descriptive in nature and will be used to inform a R01 grant application. The investigators will train Wilmot personnel (physicians, nurses, other providers, staf...

Sharing Decision-making Program for HCC Patients Treatment Decisions

Aim: Explore the effectiveness of sharing decision-making program interventions in the early stage of HCC to reduce treatment decisions conflicts and improving decision-making satisfaction. Design: An experimental design will be used in the study. The 102 primary liver cancer patients, who were diagnosed with Barcelona stage(BCLC stage) 0-A, will be recruited and randomized to the control or intervention group. The intervention measures in this study "sharing decision-ma...

Care Pathways for Benchmarking on Fragile Hip Fractures Rapid Recovery

The aim of this project is to build an international community of centers of excellence in the care for Fragile Hip Fracture Rapid Recovery patients. These centers of excellence will benchmark and share their expertise and experiences based on clinical and managerial data. In project is designed in five different phase: Phase 1: literature review: identifying relevant key interventions and indicators Phase 2: expert panel: expert panel for teams, management and policy makers P...

Anesthetizing the Tympanic Membrane in Healthy Volunteers

The study objective is to evaluate the performance and reliability of minor design changes to the system components. Data collected from this study will enable the development of future applications and technology.

Study of Elderly Patients With Cancer and Seen in Consultation of Geriatric Oncology in the Nord Pas-de-Calais (CONSOG).

The aim of this study is to establish a common geriatric oncology medical database. The patients concerned are the patients having benefited from a geriatric oncology consultation in one of the participating centres. This database is designed with a view on the one hand to better describe to better understand this population and on the other hand to facilitate the conduct of future retrospective or prospective studies on this population. The constitution of this observatory of...

Yoga for Persistent Pain Related to Oncology Surgery

This randomized controlled trial will evaluate a yoga intervention for individuals who experience persistent pain following oncology surgery. The integrated yoga program will involve postures, breathing exercises, and concentration practices. Data will be collected at several time points (pre-, mid-, and post-intervention) for both the intervention and wait-list control conditions. The data will be analysed using linear mixed effects growth models. Results will be written up in...

Capacity Building Online Platform for Social and Service-related Workers

In the past few decades, Information and Communications Technology (ICT) have rapidly developed as effective, and probably the most cost-effective tools to connect most aspects of family lives. Alongside the growth in popularity of ICTs and its role in promoting family well-being, there is also an increasing appreciation that ICTs such as internet-enabled devices and web-based applications can offer many advantages compared to traditional face-to-face approaches when delivering...

Post Hoc Analysis and Clinical Data Collection for Subjects Tested With Brain Network Activation (BNA™) Technology

The study is designed to collect data that will aid in future scientific and engineering exploration of correlations between clinical assessments and BNA scores. The results are primarily intended for scientific inquiry and engineering development purposes, and may be used in future regulatory submissions.

App-technology to Improve Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors Among Working Adults

The aim of this study is to evaluate if modern technology such as smartphone applications can be used to facilitate lifestyle changes and thereby improve health-related quality of life in gainfully employed persons in the general population in Stockholm, Sweden. The hypothesis is that at follow-up, the intervention group that use the new application will have improved health-related quality of life and other lifestyle habits including diet, physical activity and sleep, as well ...

Psychological Services Integration in Gynecological Oncology Clinics

The purpose of this study is to understand the feasibility and impact of integrated psychological care in outpatient gynecologic oncology clinics with the goal of creating a new standard of care. The investigators propose an intervention study comparing patient-centered outcomes (assessed by surveys) between women who receive usual care versus integrated psychological care. The investigators' objectives are to learn about the process of integration of psychological care directl...

A Patient-Centric Platform Trial for Precision Oncology

XCELSIOR is a non-interventional data registry. Information about treatments, treatment decisions and rationale, and patient outcomes including safety and effectiveness of anti-cancer therapy and associated supportive care will be collected for analysis.

BioForte Technology for in Silico Identification of Candidates for a New Microbiome-based Therapeutics and Diagnostics

The goal of the project is to develop and validate the BioForte technology. Its main functionality should be to in silico determine candidates for novel microbiome-based therapeutics and diagnostics. Key challenge to be solved using the technology is to detect the differences in gut microbiome between oncology patients who respond to immunotherapies and the ones who do not respond to this treatment. This technology employs machine learning methods to replace the laboratory pro...

Reporting Patient Generated Health Data and Patient Reported Outcomes With Health Information Technology

This study will assess the feasibility of using patient-centered, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) health information technology (IT) solutions to collect patient generated health data (PGHD) and patient-reported outcomes (PROs) from diverse, low-income disadvantaged populations. These data will then be mapped and reported in a way that will allow them to be made actionable and used to improve health care quality and delivery. The data mapping will be designed for data collectio...

MDR - M/L Taper With Kinectiv Technology Stems and Necks

The objective of this consecutive series PMCF study is to collect data confirming safety, performance and clinical benefits of the M/L Taper with Kinectiv Technology Stems and Necks when used for primary or revision total hip arthroplasty (implants) at 1,2,5 and 10-year follow-up*. ML Taper with Kinectiv Technology has been on the market since 2008, but has insufficient long term clinical data. Therefore, a prospective aspect to the study will be necessary to reach the 10-year ...

Patient-Empowered Mobile Technology in Hospitalized Patients: Technology Resources to Understand Pain Assessment in Patients With Pain (TRU-PAIN)

The purpose of this study is to learn more about the ways in which mobile technology can be integrated into inpatient care to help better track pain levels using mobile technology of patients with sickle cell disease, oncology patients, and bone marrow transplant patients. The study will assess whether or not daily mobile monitoring with wearable accelerometers (devices that detect movement as well as heart-rate) to monitor and manage medical treatments can have a lasting posit...

Use of Smartphone Health Applications Among Patients Aged 18 to 69 Years Recruited in Primary Care in Grenoble Area

This study evaluates the frequency of use of smartphone health applications among people consulting in primary care in the Grenoble region, France. This is a descriptive study using a questionnaire completed by the patient and distributed by general practitioners. The study also collects the type of used application as well as the rhythm of usage, and compares the use of mobile health applications according to the sociodemographic, geographical and medical characteristics of t...

Optimal Methods of Disease Detection in Children and Young Adults With Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in the Pediatric Oncology Branch

Background: Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is the most common childhood cancer. It occurs when a bone marrow cell develops errors in its DNA. Certain tests are used to help detect the disease. But the results of these tests often disagree. Researchers want to review the results of tests of bone marrow and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) from people with ALL. They want to try to find the best ways to detect the disease. Objective: To compare results of certain bone ...

SME (Sharing, Mind & Enjoyment) App

SME (Sharing, Mind, Enjoyment) App, A Pilot Project is part of the Community-based Mental Wellness Project for Adolescents and Adults, which aims at promoting sharing, mind and enjoyment and enhancing mental wellbeing. The Mental Wellness Project is financially supported by the Health Care and Promotion Fund from Food and Health Bureau and led by the School of Public Health, University of Hong Kong (HKU). The major subjects of SME (Sharing, Mind, Enjoyment) App Pilot Project R...


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