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This study evaluates the impact of the introduction of a front-of-pack nutrition label on foods and beverages sold in a campus university restaurant in France on the nutritional quality of purchases.
This study evaluates the impact of the introduction of a front-of-pack nutrition label on foods and beverages sold in a campus cafeteria in France on the nutritional quality of purchases.
This study evaluates the impact of the introduction of a front-of-pack nutrition label on fods and beverages sold in a campus cafeteria in France on the nutritional quality of purchases. The design involves one site with the intervention and one control site with the same consumer and product characteristics.
The purpose of the General Surgery Training Outcomes Project: Evaluating the Impact of the Curriculum on General Surgery Resident Training and Evaluation is to analyze data collected as a normal course of the general surgery curriculum. The information collected is data readily available and routinely collected on all participants in the general surgery curriculum at NewYork Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia Campus. This information may lead to improvement in the general surgery c...
The study evaluates the association between soluble insulin receptor dysfunction, cardiorespiratory fitness, and HIV associated neurocognitive disorder (HAND). Those who volunteer to participate in the study will have two evaluations at study entry that include a dual x-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) densitometry, anthropometry, neurocognitive testing, blood and urine samples for metabolic testing, and a cardiorespiratory fitness testing. DEXA will be conducted in the Endocrinology ...
Community colleges have 45% of the nation's undergraduates and have a higher smoking prevalence rate than 4-year colleges. California's community colleges comprise the nation's largest higher education system, and Sacramento has the second largest community college district. As more colleges are encouraged to become smoke and tobacco-free campuses, smokers enrolled at community college campuses need greater support. However, community colleges may lack the student health clinic...
The present study will specify and delineate the separate components of cognitive deficits and examine the effects of adjunctive cholinergic augmentation on these cognitive deficits as well as psychopathology in schizophrenic patients treated with an antipsychotic compound with no aberrant binding affinity for the cholinergic receptor system. The hypothesis is that cholinergic augmentation using donepezil will improve cognitive deficits, sensory gating deficits, and psychopatho...
Plasma histidine-rich glycoprotein (HRG) binds to platelets in the presence of zinc (1). This binding is totally blocked by a monoclonal antibody directed against platelet membrane CD36. Therefore, CD36 is assumed to carry the platelet binding site for HRG (2). Because CD36 also has a variety of other ligands, including polyanionic lipids, it is also possible that it contains the binding site for heparin (also polyanionic) and might be involve in the pathogenesis of heparin-...
Alcohol use and alcohol-related disorders are highly prevalent in soup kitchen users, and this population is overrepresented by minorities and disproportionately affected by alcohol-related morbidity and mortality. Contingency management is a behavioral intervention effective in reducing substance use, but few studies have evaluated the efficacy of contingency management in the context of soup kitchens or homeless programs. The investigators found that contingency management, u...
Project POWER will test the efficacy of a multi-session HIV Prevention program, adapted from an existing program (Project SAFE), for incarcerated women in the rural South.
The investigators propose to evaluate Rapid HIV Treatment Initiation in Baltimore in newly and previously diagnosed HIV-positive patients not in care through identification of barriers, facilitators and acceptability of Rapid HIV Treatment Initiation among newly and previously diagnosed HIV-positive patients not in care identified at the Johns Hopkins East Baltimore campus and at the Baltimore City Health Department sexually transmitted disease clinics. Using this data, a proto...
This cross-sectional study will try to give answers to the following project aims: - To provide an overview of the prevalence of health products' use among Belgian pregnant women (prescription and OTC medication, vitamin supplements, phyto-therapeutics, dermatologic products), including where pregnant women buy or get their health products (online web survey). - To document women's beliefs about medication during pregnancy and their information ...
To evaluate the utility of real time prognostic data (illness severity, stability and function) in the improvement of hospitalization morbidity, mortality, iatrogenic complications and length of stay.
This study was based on baseline data derived from a large prospective study called the Suwon Project (SP), a cohort comprising nonrandom convenience samples of elderly people, all of whom are ethnic Koreans aged over 60 years.
Project PEER utilizes a randomized controlled study design to investigate the combined effects of an exercise and nutrition intervention that is based on self-efficacy principles and delivered primarily by peer educators to reduce the risk for obesity in female college freshman over one academic year (N = 300). The control group will receive minimal interaction from the research team, paralleling the typical freshman experience on the UIUC campus. Recruitment will take place in...
This study will evaluate the potential impact of a brief musical intervention, the Lullaby Project, in a sample of pregnant women. The study aims are: 1. To determine the potential effect of the Lullaby Project on maternal-fetal attachment. 2. To evaluate the potential impact of the Lullaby Project on maternal mental health. 3. To characterize the potential impact of the Lullaby Project on perceived maternal stress.
This study will design and rigorously evaluate the efficacy of Project Legacy, a five week positive youth development intervention to decrease sexual risk for unintended pregnancies and STIs among youth experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness aged 14-19. This randomized control trial will compare Project Legacy to a usual services control.
Specific Aim 8. Evaluate the efficacy of Project UPLIFT for reducing symptoms of anxiety, depression, and PTSD among African Americans at immediate posttest, after 3 months, and after 5 months.
This project tests the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary efficacy of the Couples Health Project (CHP). CHP is a brief (3-session) couples-based Motivational Interviewing intervention which addresses drug use and sexual HIV transmission risk among partnered HIV negative YMSM (ages 18-29). The proposed project includes a randomized controlled trial (RCT) involving 50 couples who are randomized to complete either the CHP intervention or an attention-matched education con...
This study is an exploratory single site sample collection study at St Mary's hospital campus, Imperial College London. Sixteen participants scheduled to receive routine immunizations for Td/IPV (group 1) and HBsAg (group 2) will be recruited overall. Eights participants will be allocated to group 1 and eights participants to group 2 depending on their immunisation regime.
This is an open-label study in adults to assess at-home Project: EVO Monitor measurements over repeat play cycles. The study has three arms:playing multiple times per day, once daily, and once weekly for 4 to 8 weeks.
In summary, the researchers want to construct a longitudinal data bank using voluntary health examination participants. Researchers in the National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH) campus can utilize these data to clarify the effects of several genetic and environmental factors on various common diseases in Taiwan in the future.
A health education program was provided to higher education students aged between 18 and 25 years. Students were recruited either by posters and leaflets on campus, or during their mandatory medical survey at the University Medical Department. The objectives are to assess health behavior risk among college student : e.g eating disorders, binge drinking, electronic cigarettes and also stress, burnout
The purpose of this study is to find out whether oral Naloxegol can reduce the side effects of opioid painkillers following surgery. This study aims to explore whether Naloxegol can similarly reduce opioid-induced side effects in post-surgical patients. About 130 surgery patients will participate in this study which is being conducted at Cleveland Clinic Main Campus.
This project is aimed at better understanding how children living in agricultural environments are exposed to pesticides, and how such exposures can be prevented or reduced. The project will develop and implement a community-wide intervention to reduce the transfer of pesticides from the workplace to the home (take home pathway).