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HIV Counseling Intervention for Methadone-Maintained Patients - 2

The purpose of this study is to evaluate HIV counseling intervention for Methadone-Maintained Patients.


Risks and Benefits of Naloxone Prescribing

This investigation is one of the first large-scale, prospective attempts to obtain data on the effectiveness of naloxone distribution among opioid-abusing populations at high risk of unintentional opioid poisoning. Specifically, opioid abusers will be recruited from drug detoxification sites as well as those accessing services at needle exchange programs. All participants (N=700) will receive the standard opioid overdose education and naloxone. One third of the participants wil...

Hepatitis C Treatment to Prevent HIV, Initiate Opioid Substitution Therapy, and Reduce Risky Behavior

This is an open label, non-randomized, observational pilot study to evaluate a model of care for treatment of hepatitis C in people with ongoing injection drug use. Participants will be treated with direct-acting antivirals (DAA) as per standard of care and will concomittantly be offered pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV prevention and buprenorphine for treatment of opioid use disorder when clinically indicated.

Prevention and Reduction of Obesity Through Active Living

We will perform a randomized, controlled trial, the primary aim of which is to assess the effectiveness of a behavioral-based physical activity program in the prevention and treatment of obesity and related co-morbid conditions in a primary care setting. We hypothesize that the prevention and/or reduction of obesity and related co-morbidities in patients randomized to an individualized education and behavior counseling group will be greater by comparison to those randomized to...

Evaluation of Changes in Prescribing Behavior of ER/LA Opioid Prescribers

A study will be performed to evaluate changes in prescribing behavior of prescribers of ER/LA opioids

Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) in Persons With Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

The current study seeks to evaluate cognitive behavior therapy for insomnia (CBT-I), a non-medication treatment, in recent TBI patients compared to a sleep education control intervention. Patients will participate in CBT-I treatment (or sleep education treatment) weekly for six weeks, and will have a 3-months follow-up visit in order to examine the efficacy and time course of treatment. In addition, participants will complete several self-report questionnaires in order to exami...

Patient Education and Use of Post Operative Pain Medication in Ambulatory Hand Surgery: a Randomized Controlled Trial

There is a current opioid epidemic in the United States partially fueled by excess prescribing practices after surgery. The objective of this study is to decrease the amount of opioids needed after ambulatory hand surgery. In this randomized control trial, patients will be randomized into a patient education group and into a control group. The education group will be provided with a pre-operative video detailing proper indications for opioid use after hand surgery, alternative ...

Reduced Opioid Analgesic Requirements Via Improved Endogenous Opioid Function

Chronic Pain (CP) management has increasingly utilized long-term opioid analgesic therapy, a change associated with increased opioid abuse (via greater exposure in vulnerable individuals), non-pain health consequences (hormone changes, falls), and a dramatic rise in opioid-related overdoses and deaths. Treatment strategies that minimize the need for chronic high-dose opioids are sorely needed. This project will test the novel hypothesis that effective pain relief can be achie...

Efficacy and Safety of FITpatch Compared to Standard Opioid Treatment in Cancer Pain (FT-015-IN)

Primary objectives: - To determine non-inferiority of FITpatch with regard to efficacy compared to standard opioid treatment - To assess the safety of FITpatch compared to standard opioid treatment Secondary objectives: - To assess the intake of oral morphine as rescue analgesic to FITpatch compared to standard opioid treatment - To assess Quality of life reported with FITpatch compared to standard opioid treatment

The Effect of Patient Education on Opioid Consumption

Prospective, randomized clinical trial investigating the use of patient education on post-operative narcotic consumption

Mobile Educations Effect on Pain Outcomes

The purpose of this study is to explore the clinical impact of pain management education using a mobile web-based education delivery system compared to standard education delivery. This study seeks to understand the difference between two different education delivery methodologies and the effect on the postoperative pain experience, including participation in treatment plan, knowledge, pain outcomes, and opioid requirements in patients undergoing major hip (THA) and knee (TKA) ...

Negating Opioid and Pain Actively Through Intervention

Chronic pain is one of the most prevalent and debilitating medical conditions and opioid analgesics are a commonly prescribed class of medications in the United States. Opioid efficacy has been proven in terms of managing acute and chronic pain; however, opioid overdose deaths, addictions, and diversions have all continued to increase over the years. The purpose of this study is to increase patient engagement in pain management and education, and to decrease opioid use by 10% o...

Women's Treatment for Trauma and Substance Use Disorders - 1

The purpose of this study is to compare the effectiveness of adding Seeking Safety to standard substance abuse treatment to adding a control condition: Women's Health Education to standard substance abuse treatment.

Distress Tolerance and HIV Prevention With XR-NTX Initiation in Opioid Dependence

Before starting treatment with XR-NTX, a medication that blocks the positive effects of opioids and helps people stay off opioids, individuals who are dependent on opioids first have to endure a difficult withdrawal process. This study aims to develop and test an intervention to help people who are opioid dependent successfully complete that transition; the investigators will also develop and test a comparison condition aimed at reducing HIV risk behavior.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Tinnitus

This study examines how useful it is to teach veterans coping skills for dealing with tinnitus, also called ringing in the ears. A psychological intervention, cognitive-behavioral therapy, will be used to teach coping skills even though tinnitus is not a psychological disorder. Participants will be assigned to one of two groups for the duration of the study and will not know which group they are in until the end of the study. One group will receive education about tinnitus. ...

Pharmacists and Opioid Misuse

Opioid medication misuse and overdose have reached epidemic proportions in the US. Community pharmacy is a potentially valuable resource for addressing opioid medication misuse. This study will manualize and establish the feasibility, acceptability, and clinical effect of a community pharmacist-led intervention aimed at: improving opioid mediation regimen adherence, eliminating misuse, connecting patients to additional care, and safeguarding against overdose.

OsteoArthritis and Therapy for Sleep

Osteoarthritis (OA) pain affects 50 percent of older adults, more than half of whom also experience significant sleep disturbance. This randomized trial will determine whether a telephone-based cognitive behavioral treatment targeting insomnia in older adults with chronic severe OA-related insomnia and pain results in substantially greater reductions in insomnia severity and in related improvements in pain, fatigue, mood, quality of life and healthcare costs compared to telepho...

School Health Education Program in Pakistan(SHEPP)

Pakistan is a developing country and there have been a considerable rise in obesity and hypertension in children in recent years. In this setting a focus on primary prevention of cardiovascular diseases is more cost effective than spending resources on secondary or tertiary prevention,. Primary prevention includes interventions to promote physical activity (> 30 minutes/day in school), healthy dietary habits (decreased consumption of sweetened beverages and snacks, and increase...

The Effects of Self-management Education Based on Theory of Planned Behavior on Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

The aims of the study are as follows: - To improve self-management intention and behavior of patients with type 2 diabetes (T2 DM). - To promote patients to make plans for their self-management and gradually integrate the self-management plan into their daily life. - To improve resilience, well-being, fatigue and quality of life of patients with T2 DM In order to achieve the aims, we have set the following objectives: - To develop and appl...

Integrative Cardiac Health Project Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Insomnia

This study investigates the feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of adding Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) to the standard care received at the Integrative Cardiac Health Project (ICHP) on insomnia symptoms and severity. ICHP is an established cardiovascular disease prevention program to reduce cardiovascular disease risk through the adoption of lifestyle changes related to improvements in diet, stress, sleep, and exercise. The study will be conducted...

Prevention of Violent Behavior Among Children

Violence is one of the major causes of death and injury for children, adolescents, and young adults 10 to 25 years of age. This study will examine the effectiveness of a violence prevention program in pediatricians’ offices. The program is designed for families who bring their 2 to 11 year old children in for a well child exam. It focuses on helping parents change behaviors related to the development of violent behavior in children.

Screening in Trauma for Opioid Misuse Prevention

The current study seeks to begin the crucial work of creating effective protocols to prevent opioid addiction and overdose by developing and pilot testing an opioid risk screening protocol at Wisconsin trauma centers.

Youth Opioid Recovery Support: A Developmentally-specific Intervention for Home Delivery of Extended Release Naltrexone

Opioid addiction among youth (including both adolescents and young adults) is a growing health problem with catastrophic consequences for young people and their families. The current opioid epidemic disproportionately affects youth. Furthermore, compared to adults, adolescents and young adults tend to have poorer engagement in and response to treatment than older adults. Relapse prevention medications are the clear standard of care for the treatment of opioid addiction in adult...

Incidence and Predictors of Opioid Overdose and Death in ER/LA Opioid Users as Measured by Diagnoses and Death Records

Retrospective study to assess incidence and predictors of opioid abuse, addiction, overdose & death among patients prescribed ER/LA opioid products

E-aid Sleep-focused TrEatment for Prevention of Major Depression (STEP-MD)

In the past, there were studies on relationship between insomnia and depression, and those studies found that depression can be the result of untreated insomnia. Mostly insomnia precedes depression, and is a marker for recurrence of depression. Research suggests that insomnia may cause depression by changing the emotional response. In this study, investigators will establish the national online cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (e-aid Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for I...

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