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Addressing Mental Health Disparities in Refugee Children: A Community-based Participatory Research (CBPR) Collaboration

This study will use CBPR mixed methods (qualitative and quantitative data collection) to conduct needs assessments and design and evaluate a core family-based intervention. Project activities will emphasize capacity building in two refugee communities resettled in Greater Boston—the Somali Bantu and the Bhutanese—actively engaging refugee community members, community advisory boards, services providers, and other stakeholders. Specific Aims are to: (1) deepen partnerships w...

Female Genital Cutting in the Arizona Somali Refugee Community

The focus of this project is to elucidate the gaps in care and enhance the provision of FGC-related health care and social services for women in Arizona who have experienced FGC; engaging the Somali and Somali Bantu communities. As of 2012, Arizona ranked 7th in the US for Somali refugee resettlement. The Refugee Women's Health Clinic (RWHC) is a nationally recognized best practice model for refugee women's health, providing specialized care for women with FGC. The project will...

Addressing Mental Health Disparities in Refugee Children

The proposed study will employ a cross-cultural Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) approach to build from prior needs assessments and mixed-methods research to evaluate the effectiveness of the Family Strengthening Intervention for Refugees (FSI-R), a preventative family home-based visiting intervention intended to mitigate mental health disparities among refugee children and families using a hybrid implementation-effectiveness design. Results of the investigator's t...

Promoting Asylum-seeking and Refugee Children's Coping With Trauma

A short term trauma-focused cognitive- behavioral program to reduce trauma-related mental health problems among asylum-seeking and refugee children. The main hypothesis of the study is that the TRT program significantly improves mental health (i.e. reduces symptoms of post-traumatic symptoms, depression and generalized anxiety and increases perceived quality of life (Qol) in the intervention group compared to the waiting-list control group.

Use of Low-cost mHealth Intervention to Enhance Outcomes of Noncommunicable Diseases Care in Rural and Refugee Settings

Rural areas and refugee camps are characterized by poor access of patients to needed noncommunicable disease (NCD)-related health services, including diabetes and hypertension. This community trial study aims to assess the effect of employing low-cost mHealth tools on the accessibility to health services and improvement of health indicators of individuals with NCDs in rural areas and refugee camps in Lebanon.

A Lay-Led Intervention for War and Refugee Related Trauma

This study will examine the initial efficacy and feasibility of a program called Islamic Trauma Healing by conducting a small RCT (N = 60) comparing Islamic Trauma Healing in an U.S. Somali refugee sample to a waitlist control on key targets of PTSD, depression, somatic symptoms, and quality of life. The hypothesis is that those in Islamic Trauma Healing will show a greater reduction of PTSD symptoms, depressive symptoms, and somatic symptoms and show a greater improvement in q...

Psychological Skills Group for Youth of Refugee and Immigrant Backgrounds

There are currently 28 million child refugees worldwide - approximately 1 in every 200 children on earth. To date, nearly one million forcibly displaced child migrants have been resettled in the United States. It is well documented that refugee and immigrant youth, especially forcibly displaced ethnic and cultural minority youth, present with alarmingly high rates of stress-related psychiatric illness (e.g., PTSD, depression, anxiety) and are grossly underserved by current ment...

Community Based Doulas for Migrant Women in Labour and Birth in Sweden - a Randomised Controlled Trial

One initiative to address communication problems between migrant women not fluent in Swedish and caregivers throughout childbirth is to provide language assistance, cultural interpretation and labour support to the woman through Community Based Doulas (CBDs). CBDs are bilingual women from migrant communities trained by midwives to provide cultural, language and labour support to migrant women throughout their labour and birth. The study will evaluate the effectiveness of commu...


Group Antenatal Care for Somali Born Women

Somali-born women comprise one of the largest groups of immigrant women of childbearing age in Sweden, with increased risks for perinatal morbidity and mortality and poor experiences of care. Midwives in antenatal care have expressed a need for development of care tailored for this group of women. The overall aim is to develop and test the acceptability and immediate impacts of group antenatal care for Somali women residing in Sweden, in an effort to improve their experiences ...

The weWomen and ourCircle Intervention for Immigrant, Refugee and Indigenous Women

This study evaluates the impact of administering culturally-specific versions of the Danger Assessment (DA) tool followed by the tailored safety planning/referral via use of internet/smartphone-based safety decision aid (SDA) on immigrant, refugee and indigenous women's empowerment, safety and mental health. Half of survivors will receive tailored safety planning/referral based on their level of risk assessed by the DA, while the other half will receive non-DA informed usual sa...

Faith Based Pilot Intervention to Reduce Tobacco Use Among Somali Males

1.1 In the last five years, representatives of WellShare International and the University of Minnesota have engaged a large community of Muslims of Somali descent in the Twin Cities of Minnesota in a community-academic research program to understand smoking and cessation behaviors. This followed research by WellShare International which discovered a smoking prevalence among Somali men of 44%, which is nearly three times that of the general population (14.4%) in Minnesota. More ...

The Use of Hospital and Emergency Department of Refugee Patients

After Middle Eastern crisis, millions people were forced to migrate to European countries and especially neighboring countries. In Turkey, cities which are closed to east of border, face to cope more refugees' health care than those of other cities. The incidence of admission of hospital outpatient clinics and emergency department by refugee patients is not known clearly in our city, Nevsehir. In this study, we wanted to investigate use of health care among these patients in Ne...

Feasibility Study of a Coping Intervention for Recurrent Miscarriage

Some women experience the pain of miscarriage on numerous occasions. Studies show that these women experience feelings of anxiety and distress during the early stages of a new pregnancy as they worry another miscarriage will occur. This study will investigate whether a coping strategy, developed for a similar group of women, would be acceptable and useful to women suffering recurrent miscarriage, and reduce the anxiety and worry they experience. A secondary aim of the study is ...

Trauma Informed Care for Newly Resettled Refugees

The main purpose of this study is to evaluate early-phase interventions for refugee wellness promotion and build evidence for dissemination of the intervention model and curricula through refugee resettlement programs, local and national.

Group Versus Individual Contraceptive Counseling for Resettled African Refugee Women

To evaluate the feasibility and effectiveness of group contraceptive counseling on family planning knowledge acquisition, service satisfaction, method uptake and continuation among a group of resettled African refugee women.

Initial Evaluation of the Cellie Coping Kit for Children With Injury

The purpose of this study is to assess the feasibility (fidelity, acceptability, implementation, cost) of the Cellie Coping Kit for Children with Injury as well as to determine the intervention's efficacy (mechanisms of action and health outcomes).

Evaluating a Community-Based Exercise Intervention With Adults Living With HIV: An Interrupted Time Series Study

The primary aim of this research is to evaluate a community-based exercise (CBE) intervention for adults living with HIV within the community with the goal of reducing disability and enhancing health (cardiopulmonary, strength, weight and body composition, and neurocognitive outcomes) and contextual factor outcomes (social support, stigma, mastery, coping) for adults living with HIV.

Stress, Coping and Health Behaviors in Pregnancy

Stress is an important determinant of pregnancy health behaviors, maternal physiology and maternal-infant health outcomes. The purpose of this study is to explain the relationship between dimensions of lifetime stress and the stress hormone cortisol in pregnant women. Additionally, the study will examine how coping styles help pregnant women to better manage stress and improve their health behaviors to achieve the goal of having a healthy baby.

Intervention for (Those) Recently Informed of Seropositive Status (IRISS)

An intervention designed to increase positive affect in a population newly diagnosed with HIV will be effective at improving affect and HIV-related outcomes such as mental and physical health, coping and coping resources.

Asha HIV Health Promotion Intervention in India

In this study, village women in India, living with HIV (WLH), along with researchers from the US, HIV and TB experts from the Indian Council for Medical Research and the AII India Institute of Medical Sciences will plan an intervention designed to support women who are receiving treatment and care for HIV and TB, and to help promote their adjustment to illness and improve their health as it relates to their coping and behavioral responses and physical health outcomes. This int...

Validating the Patient Health Questionnaire in Pregnant and Post-partum Migrant Women

The objective of this study is to validate the Patient Health Questionnaire-9 (PHQ-9) and the Refugee Health Screener-15 (RHS-15) screening tools for depression in pregnant and post-partum migrant women on the Thai-Myanmar border.

Community Health Workers and mHealth for Sickle Cell Disease Care

This study will compare the effectiveness of two self-management support interventions—Community Health Workers (CHW) and mobile health (mHealth)—versus enhanced usual care to improve health-related quality of life and acute care use for transitioning youth with sickle cell disease (SCD), and identify and quantify mediators and moderators of intervention treatment effects.

Vitamin D and Physical Performance Before and After Intervention and Birth Outcome in Pregnant Somali and Swedish Women

Somali migrant women, often in veiled clothing, living in a town in mid Sweden on the 60:th parallel were observed to be weak and to have a waddling gate. Study 1 was carried out in the setting of an antenatal clinic administered from a primary care center in Borlänge, a Swedish middle-sized industrial town at the 60:th parallel in Sweden. The investigators chose an initial study period in late spring to reflect the effects of the dark season with little ultraviolet B radiati...

Phone-Delivered Psychological Intervention (t-CETA) for Mental Health Problems in 8-16 Year-Old Syrian Refugee Children

This study evaluates the effectiveness of t-CETA, a version of Common Elements Treatment Approach (CETA) adapted to be delivered over the telephone, in treating common mental health problems in 8-16 year old Syrian refugee children living in Lebanon. Children will be randomly assigned to receive either t-CETA or treatment as usual provided by Médecins du Monde, an NGO providing medical and mental health services to Syrian refugees in Lebanon. Symptoms of common mental health ...

Community I-STAR Mozambique: Community Implementation of SBIRT Using Technology for Alcohol Use Reduction in Mozambique

Hazardous drinking (HD) is a major public health burden worldwide with significant morbidity and mortality. To reduce HD, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends using Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT). Mobile health technology (mHealth), such as the mSBIRT app, is a promising tool for widespread cost-effective delivery of evidence-based HDS by community health workers (CHWs) because of its potential to increase fidelity, effectiveness, and sus...

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