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Evaluating the Impact of Assessing During Peer Review the CONSORT Checklist Submitted by Authors

Randomised trials are considered the gold standard in medical research. The CONSORT (Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials) Statement aims to improve the quality of reporting of randomised trials. Without transparent reporting, readers cannot judge the reliability and validity of trial findings, and therefore these findings cannot inform clinical practice. Different stakeholders, including biomedical journals, have taken different actions to try to improve author adherence...


Applying Novel Technologies and Methods to Inform the Ontology of Self-Regulation: Binge Eating and Smoking

This study aims to examine targets of self-regulatory function among two exemplar populations for which behavior plays a critical role in health outcomes: smokers and individual who binge eat (BED). This is the second phase of a study that aims to identify putative mechanisms of behavior change to develop an overarching "ontology" of self-regulatory processes.

Bridging Community Gaps Photovoice

The purpose of this study is to test a peer-led intervention intended to promote the community living and participation of individuals with psychiatric disabilities entitled "Bridging Community Gaps Photovoice" (BCGP). The intervention targets increasing community involvement of individuals with psychiatric disabilities through reduction in self-stigma and perceived stigma, enhancing opportunities for community participation, and support to achieve community participation goals...


How Participants Perceive Biomedical Research in Pulmonology

The primary objective of this study is to determine how biomedical research is perceived by patients already participating in a pulmonology research project.

The Effect of Pain Education on Multidisciplinary Healthcare Students' Understanding of Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide affecting just under 28 million people in the UK. Chronic pain conditions require a biopsychosocial rather than a biomedical model of care. Biomedical management lacks evidence of effectiveness but also has the potential to exacerbate the condition by raising fears and anxiety about potential pathological abnormalities. Healthcare professionals often hold negative beliefs about people with chronic pain and view th...

EBP Educational Programme in Nursing Students' EBP Beliefs and Knowledge, and the Extent of Their EBP Implementation

Evidence-based practice (EBP) prevents unsafety/inefficiency and improves healthcare quality. However, EBP implementation and sustainment are challenging for healthcare organizations and providers considering gaps between research and practice. An educational preparation of the future healthcare professionals can minimize these gaps. Thus, it is mandatory that undergraduate curricula in health sciences, namely in nursing, promote an EBP culture so that future health professiona...

Study of an Intervention to Improve Problem List Accuracy and Use

The aim of this study is to identify patients with problem list gaps and intervene to correct these gaps by creating clinical decision support interventions that alert providers to likely problem list gaps and offer clinicians the opportunity to correct them. The investigators will randomize the clinics that will receive the intervention and formally evaluate the study after a period of 6 months for improved problem list completeness to determine the effectiveness of our interv...

Evaluating Gaps in Care of Malnourished Patients

Background: As described in detail in the literature, patients identified with malnutrition are at increased risk of poor clinical outcomes. Despite this knowledge, malnourished patients do not always get optimal nutritional management while admitted into a hospital due to what we describe as gaps in care over the course of their admission. Objective: We hypothesized that the three main gaps in care were poor RDN/MD communication, excessive time spent NPO for procedures/testin...

Financial Incentives for Care Gaps

This project seeks to understand how individuals respond to financial incentive programs for wellness care. In a randomized controlled trial among customers with care gaps, the investigators will experimentally compare the impacts of incentives for gap closure (gift cards), information on existing gaps (mailers), and no intervention. The research objectives are to assess how responsive individuals are to incentives for, and to information about, existing care gaps; and to asses...

Evaluation of Total Disability (I.T.T.) in Victims of Psychotraumatism.

The increase in psychological violence in our society, but also and above all the search for the best possible reparation for this violence, leads increasingly to questioning the evaluation of psychotraumatisms. In practice, there is no consensus as to the method of assessing psychological repercussions and determining ITI. This topic concerns any physician

Bigfoot Biomedical Clinical Research Center (CRC) Trial

The trial is designed to assess safety and feasibility of the Bigfoot Biomedical Type 1 Diabetes Management System (T1DMS) in up to 50 participants in a closely monitored Clinical Research Center (CRC) environment.

Asili Evaluation in the Democratic Republic of Congo

The South Kivu province of DRC has experience continuous armed conflict over the last several decades; as a result, livelihoods and health metrics are uniformly poor. Thus, the objective of this study is to determine if an integrated set of social enterprises can improve child health while offering viable and scalable new business opportunities for the community. Specific research questions include the impact of the individual enterprises on (1) child health, (2) access to clea...

Evaluation of Medical and Nursing Management for Bronchiectasis

The purpose of this research is to retrospectively evaluate current clinical care of Bronchiectasis (non-cystic fibrosis [CF]) in adults from a multidisciplinary management perspective. This evaluation aims to address the important gaps in current clinical care in 2011 and 2013. The primary outcome of this evaluation is to compare the efficacy of current multidisciplinary clinical practice to the British Thoracic Society (BTS) & Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand (TS...

Glutamatergic Modulation of Motivation Enhancement: A Pilot Feasibility Trial

This study evaluates the feasibility of a treatment paradigm that involves naturalistic cocaine use opportunities in the context of psychotherapy aimed at utilizing these opportunities therapeutically.

Setting up a Warehouse of Physiological Data and Biomedical Signals in Adult Intensive Care

The aim of this study is the establishment of a warehouse physiological data and biomedical signal in intensive care adult patients in acute situations from particular records from the Philips Intellivue MP70 monitor.

Effectiveness of Community-Level Behavioral and Biomedical Interventions for Reducing HIV/STIs in Men in Peru

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of community-level behavioral and biomedical interventions, each alone and combined, in reducing sexual risk behavior and HIV/sexually transmitted infections in Peruvian men who have sex with men.

Increasing Physical Activity Levels in Low-Income Women

Regular physical activity is important for good health. Women, particularly women with low incomes, have many personal barriers to regular physical activity. The purpose of this study is to reduce environmental barriers to physical activity for women in two specific low-income neighborhoods (in Louisville, KY) by providing opportunities for safe physical activity and addressing barriers such as lack of child care. Two groups of women will have pretest information (cholesterol, ...

Evaluation of a Regional Electronic Health Information Exchange's Clinical Health Record

The Shared Health CHR™ (Clinical Health Record) offers point-of-care clinical reporting and decision support based primarily on patient claims data aggregated across various health care settings, and is one example of the types of health information data exchange efforts being implemented across the country. This study will evaluate how the CHR is used and its clinical and financial impact to better understand the CHR's value, and to identify opportunities to enhance the sys...

Clinical Phenotyping Resource and Biobank Core of the Michigan O'Brien Renal Center

More than 10 million Americans have chronic kidney disease and every year, approximately 100,000 new patients develop end stage renal disease (ESRD) resulting in incalculable human suffering, a high rate of premature mortality, catastrophic physical and emotional disability and prohibitive costs to the U.S. health care system. The current medical therapies for chronic kidney disease, which disproportionately affect African Americans and other minority groups and account for 70%...

Video Guided Exercise After Stroke

People who have had a stroke benefit from opportunities to practice the activities they need to re-learn. It is common practice to give patients written exercises to guide their practice out of therapy session. Whilst more practice is better, it is important that the activities are practiced accurately, to ensure that the right movement patterns are re-learned. The aim of this study, is to evaluate whether an intervention providing in-patients who have had a stroke an opportun...

Primary Care Audit of Global Risk Management

1. Assessing the perception of Canadian Primary Care Physicians towards global cardiovascular risk assessment. 2. Correlating physician perceptions to actual practice data, gathered via a retrospective chart audit. 3. Evaluating the impact of a prospective educational and peer-practice pattern intervention on future assessment o cardiovascular risk and 4. Assessing the role of carotid atherosclerosis assessment(Carotid IMT and plaque) as an ...

Evaluation of the Quality of the Transfusion Practice at Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen University Hospital

The purpose is to evaluate and improve transfusion practice

Effectiveness of an Alcohol-based Hand Rub to "Clean" Gloved Hands

Although little is known about compliance with the World Health Organization (WHO) 5 Moments of hand hygiene, the few existing studies report a high number of opportunities and compliance ranging from just 22 to 60%. Previous studies have reported an increased density of opportunities, perceived insufficient time and glove use as factors associated with non-compliance. A healthcare worker performing multiple tasks in one encounter may spend up to half the time in the room doing...

Using an mHealth App to Transition Care of Type-1 Diabetes From Parents to Teens

Type 1 diabetes (T1D) afflicts approximately 154,000 people under the age of 20. Most people with T1D are diagnosed at a young age; their parents have to manage their child's condition. Eventually, the child must begin to take steps to transition to self-management. During the transition from parent to adolescent self-management, difficulties arise because adolescents may not be fully aware of, or want, to take responsibility for all the necessary tasks to successfully manage t...

Implant Survival After Insertion of Bone Level Tapered (BLT) Implant Ø 2.9 mm in the Clinical Practice Setting

The Straumann Bone Level Tapered (BLT) implant Ø 2.9 mm implant was developed to allow treatment of patients with single tooth gaps of small dimensions in the lateral and central incisor positions in the mandible and in the lateral incisor positions in the maxilla. These positions are reduced-load-bearing compared to more posterior positions. During this study performance and safety of the Straumann BLT implants Ø 2.9 mm in the clinical practice setting will be investigated.


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