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ActionHealthNYC Research Study

The ActionHealthNYC program is a year-long demonstration program to improve access to high quality health care for NYC resident immigrants who do not qualify for public insurance with incomes at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). The purpose of this study is to determine whether improved access and care coordination services provided through the ActionHealth NYC program allows participants to have easier access to healthcare (particularly primary care and prevent...

Retention in HIV Care for Hispanic Immigrants

A randomized trial to test the feasibility and acceptability of an intervention to improve retention in HIV primary care in HIV-infected Hispanic immigrants compared to a "treatment as usual" condition. We will measure feasibility, acceptability, study retention, and effect sizes of outcomes in order to inform a larger trial. The intervention design is based on qualitative research with HIV-infected Hispanic immigrants and their HIV providers. The intervention will be led by a ...

Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors in Chinese American Immigrants

The Chinese population is currently the fastest growing ethnic group in New York City (NYC). Research has shown that Chinese immigrants living in NYC have higher rates of cardiovascular disease (CVD) than individuals in China. This study will evaluate the effect that acculturation has on health habits and CVD risk factors in Chinese immigrants living in NYC.


Raices: A Promotores Network to Improve Latino Immigrant Health

This study examines the effectiveness of a community health worker (promotores) network in improving access to care, social support, physical activity and nutrition in Latino immigrants living in an emerging Latino community.

“ Patients Attitude Towards Physicians and Health Screening Issues Among First Generation Asian-Indian Immigrants to United States”.

Aim - To better understand expectations and attitudes of first generation immigrants from India to USA. Background – The is large difference in healthcare system as practiced in India and in USA. Most people who have lived in India for certain period of their life have basic understanding of health-care system in India. In general it is the physician who makes choices for patients there , also the concept of health screening is less prevalent. After immigrating to...

Prepared Parents Helping Kids

Learning to navigate the US health system is challenging for many new immigrants. This pilot study will determine whether an intervention to teach parents key skills needed to access health care for children is feasible and acceptable to immigrant parents. This study will also look for evidence of efficacy to inform the planning process for future, larger evaluations of the intervention (i.e., estimate effect sizes).

A SYNdemic BASed INtervention for MSM With High Risk Behavior: Design of a Randomized Controlled Trial

The purpose of this randomized controlled intervention study at the STI outpatient clinic of Amsterdam is to answer the following questions : Does a personalised behaviour intervention comprising of targeted in-depth screening on mental health problems and drug use and, in case identified, subsequent linkage to care increase help seeking behaviour, and decrease risk behaviour in MSM who are at high risk for STIs and HIV?

A Positive Activity Intervention to Promote Wellbeing in Romanian Immigrants

This study aims to test the efficacy of an intervention focused on promoting positive emotions (Best Possible Self - BPS) to improve the psychological wellbeing of Romanian immigrants living in Spain. It is hypothesized that the BPS intervention will significantly improve a series of positive mental health outcomes, i.e., optimism, future expectancies, and affect, compared to the Control group.

Lifestyle Intervention for Pakistani Women in Oslo

Immigrants from South Asia in Norway have a high prevalence of type 2 diabetes and conditions related to the metabolic syndrome. It has been documented that these conditions may be prevented by changes in lifestyle. No previous intervention studies on immigrants with focus on diet and physical activity have been carried out in Norway. This project concerns a randomized controlled trial with intervention to change diet and physical activity in 200 high risk female Pakistani immi...

Improving Health Care Transition for Youth With Special Needs

Special opportunities exist in vulnerable populations with chronic conditions to better understand what life course factors can facilitate attainment of optimal health and development. One such opportunity arises in the life of an adolescent or young adult when they transition their care from pediatric to adult health providers and systems, referred to as "health care transition". Experts generally agree that health care transition is often unsuccessful and associated with a va...

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.

Diabetes Screening, Risk Management and Disease Management in a High-Risk Mental Health Population

Family physicians are the primary health care providers for complex patients such as persons with serious mental illness. The psychiatric needs of these patients could take attention away from management of health problems and from usual health promotion services. For example, Schizophrenia is associated with a higher than normal incidence of diabetes, and first line treatments of Schizophrenia have also been found to increase risk for diabetes. As such, this high-risk group re...

Physical Activity and Immigrant Health

There is today a growing need for culturally adapted initiatives among immigrants to prevent and treat T2D. Others have failed to increase the level of physical activity in this sedate group. The investigators believe this is due to missing assistance and lack of influence from the Pakistani milieu. To improve this, a culturally adapted physical activity will be established in this project in close cooperation with the Pakistanis themselves. Through this program it is the inve...

Reducing Chronic Kidney Disease Burden in an Underserved Population

To evaluate a scalable population health strategy to 1) screen, 2) identify, and 3) intervene with individuals at high risk of CKD progression to ESRD that could be implemented in other high risk communities and health care systems. This novel study will evaluate the feasibility and preliminary efficacy of providing F&V to individuals identified at high risk study for CKD and ESRD through community health screenings. Further, it will evaluate whether providing education as to h...

Intervention to Improve Supportive Care for Family Caregivers of Patients With Lung Cancer

Family caregivers play a crucial role in cancer patients care, as they are their principal source of support. It is well recommended to provide them with the resources, information and support needed to maintain a good health, and to sustain their caregiving role. Recently, oncology centres have implemented systematic distress screening programs, but the focus has been limited to cancer patients, with little intervention on family caregivers. This study aims to address this gap...

SER Hispano Longitudinal Study

Hispanic immigrants to the U.S. are more likely to experience negative health outcomes the longer they live in the U.S. For example, over time Hispanic immigrants engage in riskier behaviors such as substance abuse, violence, and risky sex, and experience more depressive symptoms. The stress associated with the acculturation process, acculturation stress, and resilience at the individual, family, community, and societal levels appear to play important roles in influencing risks...

Preventive Primary Care Outreach for High Risk Older Persons

It is recognized that a significant proportion of seniors over 75 years of age are at risk of functional decline, and thus of institutionalization and death. The investigators at McMaster University Medical Centre, are conducting is a randomized controlled trial of a preventive primary care outreach (PPCO) service provided to high risk seniors living in the community. The goal of this service is to identify unrecognized problems and individuals at increased risk and to link i...

Social Media HIV Prevention Intervention for High Risk Rural Women

The overall aim of this R34 application is to adapt and feasibility test an evidence-based HIV prevention education for high-risk, underserved rural women in Appalachia. This study has potential to make a significant contribution to science by advancing knowledge on the use of social media to increase access to prevention interventions to reduce high-risk substance use and related health disparities among rural women during a time of emerging and significant public health risk ...

ARC -Access to Resources in the Community

Some people living with health problems require extra support to properly manage their conditions, as family doctors are only able to spend limited time in the office with these patients. There are many resources and programs in the community that can provide the necessary time and support for these patients, yet many patients are unaware that such resources exist. Patient navigators have been shown to be useful in helping patients with certain conditions (such as cancer) to ge...

MBSR in a Hispanic Immigrant Population in St. Louis

Hispanics are the largest ethnic group in the US as well as the fastest growing. Yet, despite being such a large population group, Hispanics are under-studied and under-represented in most studies of health, psychological well-being, and mind-body interventions. For many Hispanic immigrants, life in the U.S. carries multiple socio-economic stressors, which places them at higher risk for depression and other poor health-related quality of life outcomes. Mindfulness-based stress ...

The Feasibility of Using a General Health Screen to Increase HIV Testing in Community Pharmacies

The purpose of this study is to see if offering a general health screening tailored towards high-risk groups (African immigrants, injection drug users (IDUs), and minority men who have sex with men (MSM)) will increase human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing, counseling, and linkage acceptance rates in community pharmacies.

Telephone Disease Management At-Risk Drinking (TDM II)

The aim of this study is to test for improvements in treatment outcomes for primary care patients with at-risk drinking when cared for using telephone disease management (TDM) compared to those treated with usual care. Based on our pilot data, TDM for at-risk drinking may be a viable method for reducing alcohol consumption in this population. Hypotheses: The hypotheses for this research plan are: 1. A significantly greater proportion of patients assigned to TDM will obtain i...

Homeless Youth Study - Stepping Stone 2.0

Housing instability is both a cause and consequence of mental health problems. As such youth experiencing housing instability (e.g., homeless or marginally housed) have higher rates of mental health problems.Because of their circumstances, these youth also face significant barriers to mental health care and are therefore less likely to receive the treatment that they need. Mobile technology may offer a novel platform for increasing access to mental health care in this populatio...

Impact of Nurse-led Programme With Carotid Ultrasound on Addressing Cardiovascular Risk in Patients With Arthritis

Elevated CVD risk is a significant public health problem that contributes greatly to the increased morbidity and shortened lifespan of individuals with RA and PsA. Over the past decades, there has been great progress into the understanding of the severity of CVD risk in these patients but these risk factors are not well managed. The development of the high-risk strategy is therefore necessary, with more intensive therapy reserved for patients identified as high-risk, e.g. becau...

Social Navigation for Adolescents in ED

Social determinants of health affect patients throughout the life course. They may be particularly relevant for pediatric emergency department (ED) patients. Computerized screening for social and behavioral determinants of health has been deemed effective and acceptable. This pilot study will characterize the cumulative burden of health related social problems experienced by patients and families in a pediatric ED. It will specifically examine those patients with a subset of 9 ...

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