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Comparing Immobilisation Shells in Cranial Radiotherapy

Patients having radiotherapy to their head and neck wear an immobilisation shell to prevent patient movement and improve treatment accuracy. These shells tend to cover the face and have the potential to cause anxiety and distress in patients, particularly if they suffer with claustrophobia or a similar fear. The study will use an 'open-face' shell that does not cover the face and compare this with the investigators' current 'closed-face' shell. The investigators will obtain tre...

Prognosis and Survival Estimates in Palliative Therapy

The accuracy of clinical survival estimates is tested in comparison to objective prognostic scores.

NC Young Women's CoOp

This three-arm cluster randomized trial will develop, test, and compare the efficacy of two delivery formats of the Women's CoOp (WC), which is designed to provide risk reduction and empowerment skills, as well as linkages to healthcare services for substance-using women. The current study will develop a revised version of the WC and evaluate the relative efficacy of a face-to-face (face-to-face WC), mobile Health application (mHealth WC) delivery format, and HIV counseling and...

Efficacy of Cognitive Bias Modification in Residential Treatment for Addiction

The purpose of this study is to determine whether computer bias modification for interpretation bias (CBM-I) is effective in the reduction of suicidal ideation in substance use disorders.

A Research on the Effect of Korean Version of PEERS Social Skills Training for Young Adults (PEERS-YA-K) With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Despite the psychosocial difficulties common among young adults with autism spectrum disorders(ASD), little to no evidence-based social skills interventions exist for this population. Using a randomized controlled trial(RCT) design, the current study tested the effectiveness of an evidence-based, caregiver-assisted social skills intervention known as PEERS for Young Adults with high-functioning young adults with ASD using self- and caregiver-report measures.

Evaluation of Precision and Accuracy of INR Measurements in a Point of Care Device (OPTIMAL)

Comparison of capillary whole blood INR determined by LumiraDx Instrument to venous plasma INR determined by laboratory reference method (IL ACL ELITE PRO) for method comparison and assessment of accuracy and bias by regression analysis and other analytical methods.

Survivorship Care in Reducing Symptoms in Young Adult Cancer Survivors

This randomized clinical trial studies survivorship care in reducing symptoms in young adult cancer survivors. Survivorship care programs that identify the needs of young adult cancer survivors and ways to support them through the years after treatment may help reduce symptoms, such as pain, fatigue, sleep disturbance, depression, and distress, in young adult cancer survivors.

REACH Implicit Bias Training Project

The overall goal and theme of the Duke Center for Research to Advance Equity in Healthcare is to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in health through interventions that affect the clinical encounter. To achieve this goal, there is an urgent need for interventions that address implicit bias in healthcare. Implicit bias training is widely used to raise self-awareness and provide self-management tools. The overall objective is to test the hypothesis that implicit bias training f...

Developing a Program for Transition to Adult Care for Youth With Chronic Conditions : a Mixed Method Study

Investigation in 3 steps the transition of young people with chronic diseases. FIRST STEP: qualitative survey. Interviews with carers, young people and parents. Chronic Diseases studied: epilepsy, HIV, sickle cell disease, obesity. SECOND STEP: Delphi consensus survey. Vote on internet : carers, patients' associations, young people and family. Chronic Diseases studied: all. THIRD STEP: validation survey. Vote on internet : young people. Chronic Diseases studied: all.

Adolescent and Young Adult Survivor Transition

The purpose of this study is to help adolescents and young adult cancer survivors address their psycho-social needs during the transitional period. The transitional period begins at completion of cancer treatment and continues throughout that first year. Patients often report this period can be difficult and distressing in many areas of life. This study will use a simple tool to measure, on a regular basis, the level of distress a young adult may be feeling. Based on this asses...

Making Healthy Choices: Does Having an Online Health Coach Help?

Participating in regular physical activity and consuming a diet high in fruits and vegetables can aid in the management of various acute and chronic side effects of cancer treatment; however, few rural-dwelling young adult cancer survivors are active enough and consume enough fruits and vegetables to accrue benefits. Telehealth interventions show promise for helping these young adults increase their motivation to participate in these behaviours by addressing barriers associated...

Blended Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Versus Face-to-face Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: A Randomised Non-inferiority Trial

Depression is a prevalent and disabling disorder with great cost to the individual and the society. Lately, the use of internet interventions as guided self-help has demonstrated remarkable results. However, certain shortcomings such as lack of personal adaptation has been identified. The presents study aims to investigate the potential of blending Internet based interventions with face-to-face consultations using cognitive behavioural therapy (B-CBT). The main hypothese...

Building Evidence for Effective Palliative/End of Life Care for Teens With Cancer

To test the efficacy of FACE-TC on key outcomes, the investigators propose using an intent-to-treat, longitudinal, prospective, multi-site, randomized controlled trial (RCT) design. Adolescents with cancer, aged 14 up to 20 years, and their families (N=130 dyads; N=260 participants) will be recruited and randomized to FACE-TC or Treatment as Usual (TAU) control. Participants will complete standardized questionnaires at baseline and 3, 6, 12, and 18 months post-intervention. Our...

Development of Attention Bias Modification for Depression

Although negatively biased attention has a central theoretical and empirical role in the maintenance of depression, there are few behavioral treatments that successfully target and improve this deficit. The current proposal builds upon prior work and aims to further develop an attention bias modification intervention. The investigators propose to develop a highly specific intervention that directly targets negative attention bias and the neurobiology that supports it, using cut...

Cognitive Bias Modification for OCD

This study will conduct the development and preliminary evaluation of Cognitive Bias Modification for Interpretation (CBM-I) as an augmentation to treatment as usual for OCD and related disorders. CBM-I refers to computerized interventions designed to directly manipulate interpretation bias through repeated practice on a training task, thereby inducing cognitive changes in a relatively automatic or implicit manner. Specifically, this study will examine the feasibility, acceptab...

Clinical Model in Evaluating Clinical, Psychosocial, and Health Economic Factors in Adolescent and Young Adult Patients With Cancer

This research trial studies the Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancers Clinical Model in evaluating clinical, psychosocial, and health economic factors in adolescent and young adult patients with cancer. Studying the Adolescent and Young Adult Cancers Clinical Model may help doctors learn more about the effect of the AYA services on patient care, including clinical (nurse navigation), psychosocial (social work), and economic (financial) areas.

Attention-Bias Modification Treatment for PTSD

Emerging research implicates biased attention to threat in the pathophysiology of anxiety disorders. Recent findings demonstrate significant associations between attention bias and stress vulnerability. This work has motivated the development of a novel therapy, attention-bias-modification treatment (ABMT). ABMT is designed to implicitly modify patients' biased threat attendance via computerized training protocols. Emerging evidence indicates that ABMT is effective in modifying...

Comparison of Dreem to Clinical PSG for Sleep Monitoring in Healthy Adults

This study aims to evaluate the accuracy of automated sleep analysis by the Dreem dry-EEG headband and deep learning algorithm in comparison to the consensus of 5 sleep technologists' manual scoring of a gold-standard clinical polysomnogram (PSG) record in healthy adult volunteers during an overnight clinic-based sleep study.

Attentional Bias Modification in Patients With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Randomized, placebo-controlled trial of 9 sessions of computerized attentional bias training on attentional bias and on symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.

Design and Development of an Infant's Oriented Face Mask

Face masks are used for many respiratory care applications such as anaesthesia, resuscitation, and aerosol therapy. None of the currently available face mask for infants and young children are specifically designed and developed for infants. The aim of this study is to design, develop and test the first infant's oriented face mask. To achieve this ultimate goal we will first define appropriate sizes of infants' faces that would be used as templates for the design and developme...

Hostile Interpretation Bias Training to Treat Irritability

Hostile interpretation bias may be a feature of severe, chronic irritability in children, one of the most common psychiatric symptoms of childhood. Interpretation bias training (IBT) is a computer-based training program that may reduce irritability in youths. This trial lays the groundwork for a test IBT on irritability.

Severe Anorexia Nervosa Personal Recovery

A growing qualitative literature about personal recovery process in mental disorders emerges. However in Anorexia Nervosa (AN), it remains few understood, especially in severe AN during adolescence. This study aims at understanding recovery after a severe AN during adolescence starting from first person view. A qualitative research according to Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) method was conducted .Five young women hospitalized ten years before for a sever...

V-Sensors for Vitals: Assessment of the Accuracy of a Vital Sign Sensor Mounted on a Smartphone

This trial seeks to demonstrate clinical accuracy and safety of the integrated V-Sensor when used by the general, healthy adult population interested in measuring their vital signs outside of the clinical setting.

A Naturalistic Study of Adolescents and Young Adults in Treatment for Opioid Dependence

Many buprenorphine treatment programs do not have services dedicated to adolescents and young adults. As a precursor to developing and evaluating an adolescent and young adult buprenorphine treatment program at APT Foundation Inc, we propose to conduct a 1 year prospective study of 16 to 25 year old treatment-seeking individuals enrolled in the APT Adolescent and Young Adult Suboxone Program

Dynamic Optical Coherence Tomography(D-OCT) Aging Study: A Preliminary Evaluation of Structural Differences Between Young and Aged Skin, Cellulite and Atrophic Acne Scars in Female Caucasian Subjects With Fitzpatrick Skin Types I-III Utilizing Non-invasiv

This single-center clinical study is being conducted over the course of 2 weeks to conduct an exploratory pilot study as a preliminary evaluation of D-OCT's ability to measure skin changes from aging. Assess structural differences between young and aged skin on the face. To identify the structural characteristics of atrophic acne scars relative to normal skin on the face. To explore characteristics of cellulite relative to normal skin on the thigh in young and aged skin.

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