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04:25 EDT 19th May 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Improving Parent Understanding of Instructions About Asthma Care

Asthma has an especially great impact on poor urban children and their families. In addition to higher asthma prevalence and morbidity, those in low SES urban areas are at risk for low health literacy. Low health literacy is associated with poorer asthma outcomes. The provision of a written asthma action plan has been shown to help with asthma management and to reduce hospitalizations and ER visits. Poor urban families who may have low literacy may need an alternative asthma...


Changing Patterns of Candida Infections in Urban Medical Centers

The purpose of this study is to determine the changing patterns of infection caused by Candida species in urban medical centers and its influence on patient outcomes. A retrospective cohort study design will be employed with the main outcome measure being hospital mortality. Secondary outcomes including microbiologic clearance of the infection, duration of hospitalization, and the intensive care unit (ICU) length of stay will also be assessed.

Randomized Controlled Trial Examining Health Care Access Interventions for Taxi Drivers

The investigators are testing different ways of following up with drivers who attend our health fairs to find the best way to make sure that taxi drivers go to important medical appointments and have a regular doctor to help with their health problems.


Comparison Between Injection Molded PEEK Framework and Cobalt Chromium Framework in Removable Partial Denture Regarding Retention

This study is aiming to evaluate the retentive forces in PEEK framework RPD compared to Cobalt-Chrome framework RPD during attachment/detachment cycles in mandibular kennedy class I edentulous cases

Integrated Approaches for Identifying Molecular Targets in Liver Disease

To provide a framework for successful clinical trials testing novel targets for therapy in liver disease. To identify molecular and cellular drivers of liver disease to provide a molecular classification and study the determinants or key drivers of disease progression. Consecutive patients admitted with steatohepatitis (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) will be enrolled in this study where liver tissue, blood and stool will be collected to discover and validate factors associ...

Bifidobacterium Infantis M-63 Improves Mental Health in Irritable Bowel Syndrome Developed After a Major Flood Disaster

A 3-month study was conducted in flood victims from affected villages in the Tumpat district, Kelantan. Participants were given either probiotic, Bifidobacterium infantis M63 (M-63 group) or no probiotics (control group) for three months. At baseline and 3-month, participants were assessed for thewater, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH) practices, abdominal symptoms, breath testing for hydrogen and methane to detect the presence of SIBO and also fecal samples for gut microbiota pro...

Vehicle Automation Impact on Drivers

In the context of ever-increasing automation in surface vehicles, automation impact on drivers will be investigated through three complementary research axes undertaken under simulated driving: Axe 1 (Cognitive ergonomics), how automation is impacting driving behaviors and visual explorations? Axe 2 (Experimental psychology), how automation is impacting drivers' mental representations of their own driving abilities? Axe 3 (Neuroimaging), how automation is modifying the c...

A Sleep Hygiene Intervention to Improve Sleep Quality in Urban, Latino Middle School Children - Phase 1

Sleep is essential for children's daytime functioning and health. Poorer sleep hygiene can negatively affect sleep outcomes in children. Urban Latino children are at greater risk for poor sleep hygiene and poor quality sleep due to exposure to higher levels of urban and cultural stressors. This project aims to refine and test a novel school-based intervention to improve sleep hygiene and in turn, sleep quality in urban Latino middle school children. An existing sleep hygiene in...

Video Feedback Intervention for Cognitively Impaired Older Drivers

This study will use an in-car monitoring system supplemented with video feedback to reduce the number of unsafe driving behaviors. If successful, this technology will provide a means to enhance public safety on the roads that could be adopted immediately in this at-risk group of drivers. The intervention will also maximize the time for independent driving, improving the overall quality of life of these individuals.

The Efficacy of a Functional Meta-Cognitive Intervention to Improve Human Factors of Professional Drivers

The objective of the study is to examine the effectiveness of a functional-meta-cognitive intervention program to reduce driving risk factors amongst professional bus drivers.

Identifying Molecular Drivers of Cancer

The primary aim of this study is to identify drivers of cancer by performing comprehensive genetic, proteomic, and metabolomic characterization of patient samples as a basis for understanding the underlying cause of disease.

Effect of Experience on Driving Performance in New Teenage Drivers

This study will evaluate the driving performance of new teenage drivers and determine to what extent independent driving experience improves driving performance of young drivers. Motor vehicle crash rates are highest among new teen drivers, especially during the first 6 months and 1,000 miles of independent licensed driving. Crash rates decline with experience, and this study will assess the effect of driving experience on performance. Newly licensed teenagers ranging from 16 ...

A Sleep Hygiene Intervention to Improve Sleep Quality in Urban, Latino Middle School Children - Phase 2

Sleep is essential for children's daytime functioning and health. Poorer sleep hygiene can negatively affect sleep outcomes in children. Urban Latino children are at greater risk for poor sleep hygiene and poor quality sleep due to exposure to higher levels of urban and cultural stressors. This project aims to refine and test a novel school-based intervention to improve sleep hygiene and in turn, sleep quality in urban Latino middle school children. An existing sleep hygiene in...

Impact of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Substance Use Disorder on Motorcycle Traffic Accidents

The purpose of this study is to determine whether motorcycle drivers with ADHD are at a greater risk for motorcycle accidents, and whether this risk can be mitigated by treatment with methylphenidate. We will evaluate the effectiveness of Methylphenidate on driving performance, among motorcycle drivers, and investigate the correlation between improvement of ADHD symptoms (inattention and impulsivity) and driving performance.

Comparison Between Injection Molded PEEK Framework and Cobalt Chromium Framework Removable Partial Dentures Regarding Biting Force

This study is aiming to evaluate the biting force of polyetheretherketone (PEEK) framework partial dentures compared to that of cobalt-chromium ones in mandibular Kennedy class I edentulous cases hoping that polyetheretherketone (PEEK) framework removable partial dentures can improve the patient masticatory efficiency .

Antibiotic Outbreak, Risk Factors for Never Event, Prediction of Inappropriate Use

In order to decrease inappropriate antibiotic use, drivers of inappropriate use must be identified locally. This study will focus on the MOST inappropriate use, which are defined as 'never events'. Previous work has shown that antibiotic use clusters over time. It is hypothesized that never events also cluster over time. Using electronic data capture strategies, an algorithm will be developed to quickly and accurately identify areas of antibiotic use concern. Secondly, a framew...

Health and Road Safety: Influence of Drugs Use and Health Status

In France, drugs affecting driving ability directly or by indicating at-risk diseases are classified in a 4-level standardized classification associated with a graded pictogram. When the French authorities required this graded pictogram, they commissioned the CESIR-U1 study, a study designed to describe the use of labelled medicines by drivers involved in serious road accidents (hospitalization > 24h). This study, conducted in Bordeaux, Limoges and Toulouse, recruited 679 driv...

Treating Violence-related PTSD and Substance Risk in Low-income, Urban Adolescents

This project will provide initial feasibility and efficacy data for the implementation of Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET) to urban, at-risk youth. Posttraumatic stress and substance use outcomes, as well as participant responses to the intervention, will be examined.

Taxi METERS: Measuring Effectiveness of Technology, Education, Referrals and Support

In our past work we found many drivers had high blood pressure, and lifestyles that led to being overweight and not having cancer screenings performed. We are now adding to the Health Fairs' usual program different ways of following up with drivers who attend our Health Fairs. We are doing this because we want to find the best way to help drivers manage high blood pressure, and reduce cancer risk, by maintaining a healthy weight and increasing colorectal cancer screening.

Training Community Members to Deliver HIV Prevention Programs to Urban Youth

This study will examine methods for involving local community members in programs to teach urban youth about how to prevent transmission of HIV.

Metabolic Syndrome of Occupational Drivers

The purpose of this study is to discover the health status of occupational drivers. The health status includes body mass index (BMI), blood pressure (BP), central obesity, smoking, etc.

Risk and Protective Factors for Rural Methamphetamine Dependence

The primary goal of this study is to identify factors which may put a person that has used methamphetamine at greater risk for mental and physical health problems and social problems and factors that may lessen the risk for these problems. This study will also compare methamphetamine use between Latino and non-Latino persons and those that live in a rural area or urban area. The investigators hypothesis is that rural persons with methamphetamine dependence will have greater so...

Developing an Activity Pacing Framework: Feasibility and Acceptability

This study explores whether it is feasible to use a newly developed activity pacing framework to standardise how activity pacing is instructed by healthcare professionals in rehabilitation programmes for patients with chronic pain/fatigue.

Optimizing Management of Low Back Pain Through the Pain and Disability Drivers Management Model

This study aims to determine the feasibility of conducting a future randomized controlled trial to collect preliminary data on the effectiveness of a previously validated approach that takes into account all the pain and disability vectors associated with low back pain - the Pain and Disability Drivers Management Model (PDDM). The overall objective is to provide data to assess the feasibility of implementing a future randomized clinical trial to evaluate the impact of the PDDM...

Effects of Weight Reduction on Sleep and Alertness in Long-distance Truck and Bus Drivers

The study is a year-long health-behaviour intervention in obese, male truck-drivers to lose weight moderately by 10%, using monthly individual counseling. The investigators hypothesize that lifestyle modification (increased physical activity, changes in eating habits, and improved schedule for sleep) through weight loss improves daytime alertness and quality of sleep, reduces daytime sleepiness, and improves cardiovascular risk factors and health-related fitness.


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