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This protocol describes the Cohort Assessment phase of an R34 pilot intervention trial of a Peer Navigation (PN) intervention tailored to the needs of HIV-positive MSM in rural Mpumalanga province South Africa. The PN intervention to be adapted, I-Care, has been implemented among HIV-positive men and women in the general population in North West province, South Africa, by members of this research team.
To compare the internal fixation results of three pedicle screw implantation methods and investigated the accuracy and safety of digital navigation-assisted pedicle screw placement.
This randomized controlled trial tests how digital health monitoring with financial incentives (DFI) and community health worker (CHW) support may affect how a person manages their diabetes. Participants will be randomized to one of three arms: 1) DFI intervention, 2) hybrid DFI/CHW intervention, or 3) usual care. Invesigators hypothesize that compared to usual care and DFI alone, the hybrid intervention will lead to more glucose self-monitoring and greater improvements in glyc...
This study aims to help young Latino gay and bisexual men access sexual health information, including PrEP. Participants will be randomly assigned to either the patient navigation or the usual care condition and followed for 6 months. The study will recruit self-identified Latino men between the ages of 18 and 29 who also identify as gay, bisexual, and/or have sex with other men, and report CDC defined HIV risk behaviors.
Increased health education has the potential to facilitate better use of health care services and to promote early treatment, thus it can strengthen the health care system, and ultimately reduce morbidity and mortality. In this study, we will develop and test the effect of digital health messages related to HIV, Tuberculosis (TB) and Taenia solium cysticercosis/taeniosis (TSCT) (the intervention diseases) in Migoli and Izazi (the intervention villages), in Iringa, Tanzania (TZ)...
The primary aim of this study is to determine whether implementation of a postpartum patient navigation program improves health outcomes among low-income women. Patient navigation is a barrier focused, long-term patient-centered intervention that offers support for a defined set of health services. The intervention under investigation is a comprehensive postpartum patient navigator program. Women who are randomized to receive patient navigation will be compared to women who are...
This study seeks to contribute to nursing practices by developing and stress incontinence care protocol with the help of the Star model and implementing this care protocol for the purpose of standardizing patient care outcomes.
This research project is a pragmatic, randomized evaluation of a quality improvement initiative which seeks to evaluate the effects of standardizing the use of a BH-VPN program among patients with a telepsychiatric consult. The outcomes evaluation of this intervention has been designed to integrate with routine care and minimize frontline staff burden by deploying an evaluation in a real-world setting.
The purpose of this study is to test different approaches to help people understand the purpose of colorectal cancer (CRC) screening, two screening test options available, and the barriers to screening so they can make informed decisions about CRC screening. Participants will be randomly assigned to one of three groups: (1) one group will receive a tailored digital video disc (DVD) in the mail; (2) another group will receive the mailed DVD plus telephone calls from a patient na...
This study will develop and conduct a trans-specific peer navigation intervention in Brazil, which integrates the I-Care approach developed in South Africa with the Model of Gender Affirmation (GA), developed by the investigators to specifically address HIV prevention and care among trans women.
Unhealthy alcohol use among women with and at risk for HIV can interrupt critical steps in the HIV prevention and care continuum, is associated with HIV transmission risk behaviors, and contributes to health disparities. Thus it is critical to accurately identify alcohol use and implement alcohol interventions among women with and at risk for HIV to optimize health outcomes. The proposed pilot randomized clinical trial will examine the implementation and effects of a computer d...
This randomized clinical trial studies how well a tailored interactive digital versatile disc (DVD) with or without patient navigation works in improving screening rates in rural women for breast cancer, cervical cancer or colorectal cancer. A tailored interactive DVD and patient navigation may help rural women to learn more about cancer screening and to better understand the results.
Rationale: Supportive care such as physical therapy, psycho-social education, and dietary advice is likely to have a positive effect on the recovery and quality of life of cancer patients. Currently, not all patients know how to access supportive care, which results in unmet supportive care needs. This study determines whether these unmet needs can be reduced or prevented by a patient navigation intervention that focuses on timely screening and systematic monitoring of patient'...
This pragmatic randomized trial will test the effectiveness of a basic needs navigation intervention compared to usual care among 500 adults (ages 18-75) with Medicaid, type 2 diabetes, and 1 or more unmet basic needs. Basic needs includes having such things as adequate food, housing, personal safety, and money for necessities. The primary study hypothesis is that participants who receive navigation to address unmet basic needs will have a greater reduction (M=0.5%) in HbA1c pr...
The proposed project is to develop a Pediatric-Mental Health Digital Toolkit (P-MHDT) Toolkit to support innovative child mental health preventive interventions in FBO settings. This project focuses on developing a P-MHDT and carrying out a pilot feasibility evaluation in real world settings. A group of Mental Health Professionals (MHPs)/ Community Healthcare Workers (CHWs) will be trained and the P-MHDT Toolkit intervention will be tested in 6 Faith Based Organizations (FBOs) ...
This is a pilot study to assess the feasibility of a larger scale clinical trial of different methods of supporting families in finding mental health and/or addictions (MHA) services for youth.Youth with MHA issues and their families are particularly vulnerable in the MHA system, due to a lack of specialized support and complicated transitions between services. The potential impact of Navigation on youth MHA symptom reduction or functional improvement, family functioning, satis...
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).
Up to 50% of obese patients are not interested in, or ready for, weight loss. Clinical practice guidelines clearly recommend that these patients avoid gaining weight. However, despite this clinical guideline, weight gain prevention interventions are not available in primary care practice. Balance is a pragmatic, randomized controlled effectiveness trial for weight gain prevention for patients within rural community health centers, using a digital health platform.
To develop and implement a patient navigator (PN) program for lung screening and smoking cessation in community health center primary care practices. This program will be evaluated in a randomized controlled trial of primary care patients who currently smoke.
The Health Teams Advancing Patient Experience: Strengthening Quality (Health TAPESTRY) is a community-based program led by primary care teams, that creates connections between trained community volunteers, interprofessional health care teams, novel technology and community engagement through improved system navigation. The overall vision is to help people stay healthier for longer in the places where they live.
The DASH diet is a proven behavioral strategy to reduce blood pressure, however, national adherence rates are poor. Using digital health tools may help to improve adoption of the DASH diet. Digital health approaches capitalize on the ubiquitous utilization of mobile technologies and have broad dissemination potential. There have been few efforts to test a DASH intervention via digital, and none using voice-activated technologies (e.g, Amazon Alexa). This proposal will enroll up...
The need for new models of integrated care that can improve the efficiency of healthcare and reduce the costs are key priorities for health systems across the United States. Treatment costs for patients with at least one chronic medical or cardiovascular condition make up over 4-trillion dollars in spending on healthcare, with estimations of a population prevalence of 100-million affected individuals within the next decade. Therefore, the management of chronic conditions requir...
Patient Navigation is an intervention that addresses barriers to quality standard care by providing individualized assistance to patients, survivors, and families. The NCI is conducting several research programs to test the effectiveness of this approach. The expected outcomes of patient navigation through the cancer care system include: - Timely, definitive diagnosis following an abnormal test. - Timely treatment following positive diagnosis. - Patient satisf...
This study will investigate whether patient navigation can increase rates of colorectal cancer screening among linguistically and culturally diverse disadvantaged patients served by urban community health centers.
Patient navigation (PN) has been shown to improve rates of cancer screening in vulnerable populations. Most cancer PN programs are located in community health centers and focus on a single cancer. We will evaluate the impact of PN program on breast, cervical, and/or colorectal cancer screening in vulnerable patients receiving care in a large, academic, primary care network using a population-based IT system.