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Economic and Social Disparities and Breast Cancer

Precariousness is a multifactorial concept that can be broken down in the form of economic insecurity, and / or social insecurity and / or territorial insecurity. Precariousness has an impact on health that is difficult to assess precisely because it also impacts on other factors that may themselves influence health. Therefore, the understanding of the impact of precariousness on health involves studying individuals in their context. Our study is designed to assess the impact ...


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The UTHealth Medical-Legal Partnership: Improving Health by Addressing Health-Harming Legal Needs

The purpose of this study is to assess the acceptability, feasibility, and preliminary effectiveness of the UTHealth medical-legal partnerships (MLP) against usual care.

Patient Navigation in Primary Care and 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...


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...

Effects of mHealth on Promoting Self-care Health Management Among Older Adults in the Community

Many of the existing mobile health (mHealth) apps designed in a reactive care approach, in which people do not receive individualized care until they consulted health care professionals through the apps. This proposal endeavors to develop a proactive mHealth application on promoting self-care ability and health among older adults to examine the differential benefits of adding nurse interaction supported by an integrated health-social partnership model in the use of mHealth.

Validation of a Screening Tool for Social and Health Vulnerability in Pediatric Clinical Practice

In 2014, the french hospital emphasized the need for tools to screen for social fragility in order to make explicit the choices of orientation of patients. To date, caregivers do not have any tools or clinical benchmarks for individual assessment of pediatric social and health vulnerability. The use of the Health Care Access Permanence Services (PASS) is intended to facilitate access to the health care system for people in precarious situations with care and social support ...

Health Care Access for Asylum Seekers in Brittany : Description, Associated Factors and Levers of Improvement

The main objective of this research is to study the logics and the associated factors with asylum seekers use of dedicated health structures. This objective aims to address major concerns related to the entry and continued participation in the health care system of asylum seekers, including the medical and social dimensions. It aims to produce, then analyze and disseminate data on the factors associated with seeking asylum seekers to optimize the care of migrants in the...

Coordinating Access to Care for People Experiencing Homelessness (CATCH-FI)

Coordinating Access to Care for the Homeless (CATCH) initiative is a multidisciplinary brief intervention for homeless adults with mental health needs discharged from hospital in Toronto, Canada. The study aims to evaluate the effect of financial incentives in facilitating treatment engagement of homeless people with mental illness, as well as in improving health, health service use and housing outcomes, compared to usual CATCH care, over 6 months, a critical time of transition...

Social Determinants of Health Screening and Interventions

The primary objective of this study is to connect patients with community resources to improve social determinants of health. Secondary objectives are improving patient satisfaction within the trauma and general surgery service, enhancement of physician-patient communication, betterment of surgery department Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems scores, and increased understanding of correlations between patient satisfaction and social determinants of...

Tablet-Enabled Video Telehealth to Enhance Veterans' Access and Care

In order to enhance access to clinical and mental health services for Veterans who have geographic, clinical, or social barriers to in-person care, VA Offices of Connected Care and Rural Health began distributing 5,000 tablets to Veterans with access barriers in 2016. The objective of this Quality Improvement evaluation is to: 1. Understand characteristics of Veterans who received tablets, the frequency and ways in which they used the tablets, and the effects of tablet ...

Evaluation of a New Regional Organization to Promote Access to Renal Transplantation

Patients with terminal chronic kidney disease (CRD) need renal function supplementation, namely dialysis or renal transplantation. Transplantation is the most efficient and cost-effective treatment. Early and equitable access to transplantation is a public health issue. Access to transplantation is facilitated by early and systematic information and assessment of patients for inclusion in the national waiting list for transplantation prior to the onset of dialysis, and by the d...

The Impact of Community Exercise on Social Connectedness and Falls in Older Adults: Leveraging Exercise to Age in Place

The goal of this study is to reduce risk of falls and social isolation in older adults age 50+ through participation in community based health and exercise programs.

The Montreal Neighbourhood Networks and Healthy Aging Panel

Social networks, social capital, i.e., network-accessed resources, and neighbourhood environments have been shown associated with a range of health behaviours and conditions, including obesity, physical activity, nutrition, and mental health. Research on social capital and health in Montreal has shown the importance of network social capital for a person's subjective health status, sense of control, self-reported physical activity, and obesity. Research has also shown high soci...

Healthy Environments Partnership

The Healthy Environments Partnership was established in October 2000, as a part of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences “Health Disparities Initiative.” The Healthy Environments Partnership seeks to expand the knowledge base of how social and economic inequalities are linked to disparities in cardiovascular health among residents of Detroit. The Healthy Environments Partnership is a project of the Detroit Community-Academic Urban Research Center. The p...

Social Deprivation Features in Intensive Care Unit Patients

Socioeconomic inequalities are increasingly recognised as an important public health issue, and it is now well established that patients with socioeconomic deprivation (SED) features demonstrate higher mortality and morbidity. The epidemiology and impact of SED on the specific population of ICU patients has been insufficiently investigated. In this prospective multicenter study of patients admitted to 9 ICUs of the Paris area, the investigators aim to explore the epidemiology ...

HCV Care Pathway in Ile-de-France

The main objective of this research is to evaluate a care pathway adapted to different category populations at risk of being infected with the hepatitis C virus in order to improve both the diagnosis turnaround times and the access to treatment. The aim is to allow a quick and effective access to diagnosis and treatment of HCV by strengthening the city hospital networks, access to early consultations and coordination of medical social actors.

Socially Isolated Older Adults Living With Dementia

The lack of efficacious research-based interventions for sexual and gender minority (SGM) older adults living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, combined with the heightened risk of cognitive impairment in this population, presents a significant public health problem. SGM older adults are at elevated risk of social isolation and experience significant barriers to healthcare access. Existing interventions for older adults with dementia have been found to be effective ...

Pain Self-management Program for Older Adults

It is well documented that severe pain is more common in older adults than it is younger persons. Of concern, older adults may not have access to traditional face-to-face self-management programs, which are recognized to be valuable in chronic pain management. Access to effective self-management approaches is particularly important for older adults who may have mobility limitations or live in remote areas, or have difficulty accessing health care services. The development of ef...

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...

Social Capital and Engagement in Care Among Young Black Men Who Have Sex With Men Living With HIV

The study is a randomized controlled trial to evaluate the social capital intervention versus a general health promotion intervention (Health for Life; H4L) among groups of Young black men who have sex with men (YBMSM) and to measure the social capital and engagement in care with the HIV-positive YBMSM at 3 and 9 months.

Social Robot Support for Healthcare Professionals

This study evaluates the effectiveness of integrated care pathway steps supported by social robots. Half of the participants will receive regular care, while for the other half a social robot dialogue will be included as part of the pathway step.

A Pilot Trial of a Network Intervention for Youth After Incarceration

A vicious cycle exists between adolescent substance use disorders and youth incarceration. Re-wiring adolescent social networks during community reentry after incarceration can potentially break the cycle of adolescent substance use and youth incarceration. Social networks influence adolescent substance use and delinquent behavior, yet little is known about how to intervene on social networks to improve health. Community reentry is a key opportunity to re-set youths' social net...

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.

PRISM 2.0: Field Trial

The focus of the study is to evaluate the expanded version of PRISM 1.0 for a broad array of seniors with different needs and circumstances. The aims of the study are to: 1) obtain information on perceptions of the usefulness and usability of PRISM 2.0 and interface design issues; 2) examine the impact of access to PRISM 2.0 on social connectivity, engagement, social support, and perceived loneliness; 3) examine the impact of access to PRISM 2.0 on perceived isolation, well-bei...

Improving Access to Care: Testing an Integrated Care Mobile Health Intervention

This study aims to evaluate the feasibility, effectiveness, and dissemination potential of an innovative strategy for improving access to effective sleep health care for adolescents. The study will test an adaptation of the Transdiagnostic Sleep and Circadian Intervention (TranS-C), a brief sleep intervention with demonstrated efficacy for improving sleep and mental health outcomes in youth.


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