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00:51 EST 21st November 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Improving STEM Outcomes for Young Children With Language Learning Disabilities

The sophisticated language of science can be a barrier to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) learning, especially for children who have specific language impairment (SLI). The purpose of this randomized controlled trial is to test vocabulary and grammar interventions embedded in a small-group inquiry-based science instruction for their potential to ameliorate language deficits that impede science learning. Participants will be 54 kindergartners with SLI. Proximal...


Behavioral Science and Hepatitis C Screening Outreach

This project aims to evaluate different approaches to increase Hepatitis C screening among primary care patients at Penn Medicine through a centralized screening outreach program. In a pragmatic trial, we will evaluate different approaches to increase completion of screening among eligible patients, including changing the default from opt-in to opt-out and incorporating behavioral science principles into the outreach communication.

Cornell Translational Behavioral Science Research Consortium: Asthma Qualitative Study

To explore and illuminate the cultural, social, and psychological factors that either facilitate or serve as barriers to behavioral change in asthma patients.


Technology Delivered Diabetes-Modified Behavioral Activation Treatment

The overarching goal of this proposal is to test the efficacy of a multi-component, high intensity intervention, technology delivered, diabetes-modified behavioral activation treatment (TECH DM-BAT) that incorporates: 1) diabetes education; 2) home telemonitoring; and 3) diabetes modified behavioral activation, delivered by nurses via smartphones is effective in improving metabolic control in African Americans with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes.

Next Science Antimicrobial Mouth Rinse Study

To assess the effect of a test antimicrobial oral rinse from Next Science on the prevention of oral biofilm formation and thereby preventing gingivitis by monitoring the oral microbial flora and measuring gingival inflammation and bleeding.

Assessment of the Improvement of Wound Healing Rate and Wound Bioburden With the Combination of Next Science Wound Gel and Wash

This is a 12-week, single-site, open-label prospective study in adult with a chronic wound diagnosis. Subjects will be randomized in equal numbers to either the control treatment arm, antimicrobial control treatment arm, or Next Science treatment arm and will receive this treatment until the wound is completely healed or they are exited from the study. Subjects will have a weekly in-office debridement visit for up to 12 weeks.

Six Months Evaluation of Next Science Acne Creams on Facial Acne in Adult Females.

To assess facial acne vulgaris clinical and psychological outcomes by measuring differences in lesions counts, investigator global assessment, and subjects quality of life scores over 6 months in adult females treated with Next Science™ acne cream 2x or Next Science™ acne cream 1x in a double blind manner.

Homeless Youth Study - Stepping Stone Project

Homelessness is associated with a multitude of negative consequences including an increased risk for mental health problems. Once homeless, these individuals face significant barriers to mental health care and are therefore less likely to receive the treatment they need. Mobile technology may offer a novel platform for increasing access to mental health care in this population. Thus, the primary goals of this pilot study are to (1) establish the feasibility and acceptability of...

Behavioral Studies and Practices

The focus of this study is to evaluate whether a new fraud material will be suitable for a technological device and or software. ***For consultation purposes only.***

Using Focus Groups to Assess the Impact of Environmental Health Science Programs for K-12 Educational Community

The MIDAS Project (Models of Implementation and Dissemination of Environmental Health and Science Across Subjects) Assessment Objectives: - Determine whether students are aware of the MIDAS Project. - Identify strengths and weaknesses of MIDAS Project components including: integrated environmental health and science (EHS) curricula, field experiences, seminars and student projects. - Assess career interests and intended courses of study at the colle...

Health Coaching & Technology in a Weight Loss Center

The national epidemic of obesity is associated with considerable morbidity, disability and early mortality. Conventional weight loss programs beyond a primary care setting have the potential to reduce weight, but are difficult to access for adults with obesity in rural areas due to lack of transportation and access to specialty care. Routine intensive behavioral therapy, while effective, is often not supplemented with adjuncts that could be helpful in engaging participan...

Technology Assisted Programs That Promote Mental Health for Teenagers

The mission of this project is to develop novel systems of care that can provide efficacious, scalable, cost-effective, participant friendly technology assisted behavioral interventions (TABIs) for the prevention of depression in adolescents. The investigators define TABIs as interventions that use information and telecommunications technologies such as the internet, mobile or traditional phones, computers and/or other technologies to support and deliver psychological and behav...

Cornell Translational Behavioral Science Research Consortium: Angioplasty Qualitative Study

To explore and illuminate the cultural, social, and psychological factors that either facilitate or serve as barriers to behavioral change in angioplasty patients. Through a series of open-ended questions we will explore and build a better understanding of how culturally different patient groups perceive heart disease and the difficulties in changing health behavior. In addition, we hope to better understand and anticipate barriers and issues that participants face in success...

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression in Parkinson's Disease

The purpose of this pilot program is to develop and evaluate a new treatment program for depression in Parkinson's disease (PD). The treatment uses Cognitive Behavior Therapy(CBT)to teach patients how to become more aware of their thoughts and feelings and to change thinking patterns and behaviors that may be related to depressive symptoms. This is the first time that this treatment has been used in a group setting for depression in PD. Target population is patients in the Mov...

Improving Behavioral Weight Loss Via Electronic Handheld Device

Standard behavioral treatment (SBT) for obesity is often effective, but weight losses are highly variable, and patients sometimes fail to achieve a "successful" weight loss of 5-10% of their starting weight. It has been suggested that the "one size fits all" approach of SBT may be responsible for many treatment failures because the intervention is not sufficiently tailored to address the unique needs of each patient. Moreover, treatment is delivered in the clinic, not in the se...

Modeling Multi-level Dyadic Behavior to Transform the Science and Practice of Psychotherapy Process and Outcome.

This is a short-term longitudinal study of psychotherapy process. Participants will be treated with 8 sessions of psychotherapy over the course of 8 to 12 weeks.

User Evaluation of the Peristomal Skin Condition in Ostomates Using ConvaTec Moldable Technology™

The primary aim of this study is to demonstrate the maintenance of healthy peri-stomal skin over a two month period in subjects who use ConvaTec Moldable Technology™ Skin Barriers as part of their standard protocol of care following surgery.

SMS Technology for the Promotion of Diabetes Education and Self-Management in Egypt

This study was conducted at the teaching hospital of Misr University for Science & Technology. It aimed to examine the use of SMS technology in educating and monitoring diabetic patients in Egypt, and assess the impact of educational text messages on their glycemic control and self-management behaviors. Participants were randomized into an intervention and a control group. Intervention patients received an instruction booklet as well as daily educational and weekly reminder mes...

ConnectedHeartHealth - Heart Failure Readmission Intervention

This is a single-center, pilot study that will evaluate the effectiveness of the AHA science based CarePlans and the Ambio Health technology in improving the risk adjusted 30 day readmissions rate, patient compliance, and biometrics. The study will also be used to assess the feasibility of similar heart failure transition programs in the future.

Transforming Robot-mediated Telerehabilitation: Citizen Science for Rehabilitation

The purpose of this study is to advance upper limb RMTR for patients recovering from stroke by empowering them through active science participation. By varying the tasks' features and affordances of a platform that combines a low-cost haptic device on one hand, and an online citizen science platform on the other, investigators will evaluate different strategies for social telerehabilitation. the two fundamental modes of social interaction — competition and cooperation — in ...

Intervention to Increase Physical Activity in Older Adults Using Citizen-science and Modern Technology

To develop and implement a physical activity promotion intervention for older adults with or without chronic disease living in an urban environment.

Diabetes CKD Lifestyle Technology Study

The purpose of this study is to pilot test an mHealth technology-supported behavioral intervention designed to engage patients with diabetes and concurrent chronic kidney disease (CKD) in multiple behaviors which aim to reduce CKD progression. Participants will be randomized to the 6-month lifestyle intervention or to a wait-list control. The lifestyle intervention will be modeled after that used in the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) and the counseling intervention will be b...

Mobile Phone Technology to Increase Genetic Counseling

This innovative project seeks to harness mobile phone technology as a means to take preventive health care to a new level among ovarian cancer survivors. Using the Fogg Behavioral Model, developed from the concept of persuasive technology, this study proposes to develop the Mobile Application for Genetic Information on Cancer (mAGIC) intervention to motivate ovarian cancer survivors to undergo genetic counseling. The overall study objective is to develop and assess the feasibil...

Implementing Exercise After an (ICD)

This is the first feasibility test of a highly portable home-based exercise intervention after an ICD, using technology monitoring (rather than self-report) of intervention progress and outcomes. Evidence for intervention effectiveness will inform algorithms for initiating exercise post-ICD more broadly in clinical practice. This study aligns directly with recent scientific statements that recommend testing behavioral interventions for ICD patients that are based on participant...

Using Behavioral Science to Reduce Inappropriate Antibiotic Use in Acute Care Settings

Stepped wedge behavioral intervention clinical trial looking at the impact of an antibiotic stewardship intervention on provider prescribing behavior for acute respiratory infections (ARIs), where the intervention is administered at the emergency department or urgent care center site level, using a cluster randomization process. Thus, every site and every provider are eligible to be exposed to the stewardship intervention, the cluster randomized stepped wedge process simply ran...


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