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Risk Assessment Tool in Saudi Arabia

This study will have great impact and influence in the medical setting as the targeted model that will be derived from this study will be the pioneer in our region. This model will be beneficial in identifying risk factors and its association with the Arab women population. Furthermore, it will bring chemotherapy prevention once the risk factors and the model are established. Risk factors maybe different from those identified in western women by Gail and IBIS Models


Effects of Training Intensity on the CHD Risk Factors in Postmenopausal Women

The purpose of this research is to find out whether training at different exercise intensities reduces the risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD) to a different extent. Heart attacks and stroke are the leading cause of death in older women. Reduced variability of the heart rate and increased dips and swings in blood pressure are risks factors that predict the chance of developing CVD as are increased levels of clotting protein fibrinogen and plasminogen activator inh...

Lifestyle Intervention in a General Population for Prevention of Ischaemic Heart Disease

In spite of declining trend coronary heart disease (CHD) is still a leading cause of morbidity and mortality. Many years of epidemiological research have identified several risk factors for CHD. The main causes are physical inactivity and inappropriate diet (mediated through high blood pressure, high cholesterol and fatness) and smoking. So far intervention studies on lifestyle factors have shown disappointing results, most probably due to insufficient interventions and methodo...


Evaluating Tools for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

The study will evaluate the effect of familial risk assessment and prevention prompts tailored to familial risk on health behaviors and use of preventive services among adults who are members of primary care practices in the U.S.

Prevention of Falls in General Practitioner for Community-dwelling Older Adults [PreFalls]

The primary aim of this two-year project for falls prevention is to reduce number of falls and fall incidence in community-dwelling people of 65 years and older in the setting of general practitioners. In addition a reduction of fall-related injuries, reduction of fall-related risk factors and preservation of Quality of Life is to be achieved. A second goal of this study is the implementation of standardized assessment for fall risk factors as well as building up a network bet...

Fall Risk Assessment in People With Diabetic Neuropathy

Fall risk is increased in people with diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) and yet, minimal research has been conducted to identify appropriate fall risk assessment tools and improve our understanding of falls in these individuals. Purpose: The primary purpose of this study is to establish a foundation of knowledge needed to address falls in people with DPN. This will be accomplished through 1) comparing the validity of 4 fall risk assessment tools, 2) identifying risk factors...

Psychosocial Study on Breast Cancer Risk Assessment

The proposed pilot study is part of the design and development process of a final questionnaire that aims to gain insight on factors that influences acceptance and adoption of breast cancer risk assessment in women. Feedback on the questionnaire will help identify potential issues of clarity, comprehensibility, and reliability; and to identify possible biases that often accompany a designed questionnaire. Information gained from the large-scale study will provide directions f...

Type 2 Diabetes Prevention in Community Health Care Settings for at Risk Children and Mothers

The two main questions that this research study will answer: 1. will a 16-week community-based diabetes prevention program for delivery to at-risk mothers and children in a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) setting show (a) pre- and post-intervention improvements to Type 2 Diabetes risk factors in 60 mother-child dyads; (b) intervention vs. control improvements to T2D risk factors in 30 mother-child dyads; and (c) maintenance effects to changes to ...

My Health eSnapshot - A Preconception Health Research Study

The purpose of the research is to identify the prevalence of preconception health (PCH) risk factors in the Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph (WDG) catchment area and to determine whether or not a client-driven electronic preconception health risk assessment tool "My Health eSnapshot", for use during healthcare visits, will increase preconception health knowledge and behaviour change among women of reproductive age (15-49 years).

Understanding and Reducing HIV Risk Behavior and Substance Use Among Self-identified Bisexual Adolescent Men

Young gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) are disproportionately affected by HIV. Despite this burden, most HIV prevention interventions target adult MSM (most of whom identify as gay) and heterosexual youth, creating an urgent need for interventions for gay and bisexual adolescents. Further, self-identified bisexual men, especially adolescents, have been neglected in research. Therefore, little is known about factors that drive engagement in risk behavior ...

Systematic Assessment of Vascular Risk

It is hypothesized that patients with vascular disease are undertreated for modifiable risk factors, leading to increased morbidity and mortality in this population. The objective of this study is to develop a comprehensive database that will demonstrate the current adequacy of risk factor management in this high risk population, and that will provide needed guidance for future treatment options.

Comparison of Predictive Factors Related to Coronary Artery Disease Among Different Menopausal Status and Effect of a Life Style Management Program on Risk Factors Modification Among Middle-aged Women

In Taiwan, heart disease and cerebrovascular disease ranked the second and third of ten leading causes of death in female in 2007; half of these deaths is due to coronary artery disease (CAD). Postmenopausal status is an independent risk factor for CAD. Early assessment and proper management of risk factors may reduce the prevalence rate of CAD. In the past decade, despite increased attention to CAD in women, most studies focused on certain menopausal status instead of all phas...

Organ Transplant Infection Prevention and Detection Project

Fungal infections are leading causes of morbidity and mortality in transplant recipients, yet comprehensive epidemiologic studies in this area are lacking. For this reason, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have provided a grant to the University of Pittsburgh to study this subject. The study has four specific aims: 1. To determine the risk of fungal infections in a center where "tolerogenic" immunosuppressive protocols are currently in place, and to deter...

Prevention Strategies for Adolescents at Risk of Diabetes

The primary aim of PRE-STARt Phase 1 is to pragmatically evaluate and refine a risk assessment tool to identify those children with chronic disease risk factors (including Type 2 Diabetes).

The Effects of the Dietary Supplement CardioFlex Q10 on Reducing Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors in Adults

Cardiovascular diseases (CVD), primarily heart disease and stroke, are the leading causes of death and prescription drug use in Canada. Research on certain dietary supplements looks promising as a way to help reduce CVD risk factors. Studies show that supplementation of certain nutrients such as antioxidants, amino acids, electrolytes, vitamins and minerals may effectively reduce cardiovascular risk factors. The dietary supplement CardioFlex Q10, which is high in the aforementi...

BEing Safe in Treatment

Prior research has shown that many individuals with substance use disorders engage in HIV/sexual risk behaviors, and could strongly benefit from HIV prevention interventions that were delivered as part of their substance abuse treatment. However, discussions about sexual risk are not occurring at an appropriate frequency in treatment settings. This project will test the effects of counselor training and coaching, combined with a brief assessment and feedback tool, on counselor-...

A Sports Injury Prevention Program to Reduce Subsequent Injuries After Concussion

The long-term goal of this research is to implement methods that healthcare providers can use across diverse clinical settings to (1) identify athletes at risk for (musculoskeletal) MSK injury when cleared to return to play (RTP) after a concussion and (2) develop practical ways to reduce MSK injury risk following concussion RTP. The rationale is that once post-concussion MSK injury risk factors are known and prevention strategies tested, concussion RTP protocols will evolve to...

In-home Obesity Prevention to Reach Low-income Infants

Existing obesity prevention efforts have had limited success among underserved, low-income children. This study capitalizes on the strengths of a nationwide ongoing Home Visitation Program (HVP), which serves at-risk, low-income, ethnically/racially diverse mothers and their infants, to test the effectiveness of delivering obesity prevention as part of their weekly, in-home services. The study will evaluate whether the integration of an obesity prevention enhancement module int...

New York University Falls Prevention Program

Limited health services research and evidence-based programming has been focused on elderly fall prevention, despite high fall-related morbidity and mortality. Among NY's elderly population, falls account for nearly half of all older adults' injury-related deaths and are the 4th leading cause of hospitalizations. As fall risk increases with age, the magnitude of this health issue will continue to increase. Scientific evidence shows that prevention efforts significantly reduce t...

AKI Prevention and Early Intervention in Patients Undergoing VAD Placement

The investigators are doing this research to find out if more careful assessment and elimination of potential risk factors of acute kidney injury (AKI) during the subject's perioperative period will reduce their chance of kidney damage and kidney damage related problems.

Risk Factors Associated With the Global Burden of Disease in Reunion Island and Comparison With Mainland France and Indian Ocean Countries

The question posed by this project is that of the regional estimate of the relative importance of the risk factors of the main pathologies. Our hypothesis is that these risk factors are of different relative importance in Reunion Island compared to metropolitan France.

Addressing Overdose Risk Among Recently Incarcerated People Living With HIV/AIDS

The overall objective of this study is to evaluate an educational overdose prevention intervention's effectiveness among incarcerated people living with HIV/AIDS, specifically within the context of other outcomes related to health and experiences after incarceration. Results will be used to develop tailored interventions to reduce overdose deaths among high-risk correctional populations. The research has the following aims: - Aim 1: Evaluate a pilot program to provid...

Development of a Constipation Risk Assessment Scale for Hospitalized Patients.

Develop a risk assessment scale for constipation of hospitalized patients to identify at an early stage high-risk individuals and to implement the appropriate means of prevention.

Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of a Group of Egyptian Dental Interns Toward Caries Risk Assessment

Scientific background(Statement of the problem): Dental caries is a disease that occurs through complex interaction of four major factors: the host, acidogenic bacteria, fermentable carbohydrates and time. There are many factors which contribute to dental caries incidence but do not seen in clinical examination. Those things are considered as dental caries risk factors, such as socioeconomic, attitudes, knowledge and behavior toward oral health. These risk factors play an impo...

Epidemiology of Risk Factors for Hospital-acquired Pneumonia (HAP) in Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Patients

A retrospective, observational study compiled data from all consecutively admitted patients older than 18 years at ICU University Hospital in Olomouc in the period from 1 January 2011 to 31 December 2015 who fulfilled the criteria of HAP. The aim was to determine the severity of the specific risk factors of early and late HAP. Risk factors were divided into factors from the patient and from the hospitalization. Furthermore, an assessment of their relationship to mortality.


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