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ICOLLAB FOR Children With Medical Complexity

Background: Children with medical complexity (CMC) have higher hospitalizations and readmissions compared to children without medical complexity. While CMC were institutionalized in the past, increasingly CMCs are now cared for at home. Caring for individuals with disabilities at home, and not congregate care settings is a Healthy People 2020 Objective. Home health nursing, especially good-quality care, is important for CMC. The purpose of this research is to test whether colla...


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Collaboration for Antepartum Risk Evaluation

Perinatal outcomes in the US rank behind most other developed countries even though women in the US utilize more maternity services. Current approaches to consultation and collaboration among perinatal care providers, including nurse-midwives, obstetricians, and perinatologists, fragment care resulting in communication errors and maternal dissatisfaction. The CARE study will test an innovative interdisciplinary consult visit to improve communication, teamwork, maternal satisfac...

Referred vs Spontaneous Visits at Pediatric ER: an Outcome Study

Since 80's, admissions in Emergency medical services increase regularly. Children represents 30% of the patients in Emergency medical Service. Only 20% of admissions are hospitalized and only 3 % need emergency care. Consequences are team's exhaustion, a reduction of healthcare quality, a slowdown in emergency care. Investigator decided to realize an epidemiologic prospective study in Emergency medical and surgical Pediatric Service in Strasbourg Teaching Hospital to compare c...


Inpatient Consultation for High-Risk Chronically Ill Children Receiving Care in an Enhanced Medical Home

The investigators will conduct a pilot quality improvement trial to assess the impact of offering inpatient consultation to further optimize coordination and improve care for high-risk chronically ill children receiving comprehensive care in an enhanced medical home.

Medical and Resource Facilitation Intervention After Traumatic Brain Injury

Mayo Clinic's Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Model System Center (TBIMSC) will capitalize on longstanding collaborations with the non-profit Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance (MN BIA) and Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) to test a new way of delivering medical and social services. This trial will address chronic unmet needs expressed by individuals with TBI and their families in the U.S. pertaining to the ineffective connection to specialized medical and community resources in ...

Coping Skills Training for Adolescents With Fibromyalgia

Juvenile fibromyalgia is a chronic pain condition that can cause considerable suffering and difficulty in an adolescent's day-to-day activities. The purpose of this study is to determine whether coping skills training, when combined with usual medical care, can reduce pain and disability in adolescents with fibromyalgia. Study hypotheses: 1) Adolescents who receive coping skills training combined with their usual medical care will show significantly greater reductions in funct...

Bringing Care to Patients: Patient-Centered Medical Home for Kidney Disease

This study will implement and evaluate a patient-centered medical home for kidney disease (PCMH-KD) compared to the usual model of dialysis care. Patients will be observed for an initial baseline period under the usual care model and then the usual dialysis care team will be expanded to include a pharmacist, health promoter, nurse coordinator and a primary care doctor. Outcomes of interest will be assessed at baseline and then every 6 months after the PCMH-KD intervention comme...

Oral Health Care Early Intervention Project

This pilot project consists of co-locating dental hygienist services in medical primary care offices. Dental hygienists will work in close collaboration with the primary care offices, providing preventive dental care to young children either before or after scheduled well-child visits.

Tertiary Care for Visual Developmental Disorders in Pre-school Children

Visual development disorders are major public health problems among children especially in China. How to find an effective and economic way to manage the larger number of children in China remains exploring. The national basic public health services of China offer visual acuity screening for preschool children for free every year. The aim of this study is to demonstrate the feasibility, cost-effective and the influence factors of compliance of tertiary care for visual developme...

Internal Compartment Knee Osteoarthritis: ODRA (Orthosis Distraction and Rotation for osteoArthritis) Made-to-measure Hinged Knee Brace Versus Usual Care.

This is a biomedical study on a medical device. 120 patients will participate in this study and will be split into 2 groups: - 60 patients in the "usual care" group: these patients will receive the usual care proposed by their doctor for 12 months. - 60 patients in the "ODRA" group: these patients will wear the ODRA brace for 12 months in addition to their usual care. They will be instructed to wear the brace for at least 6 hours per day, 5 days per...

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) Cost-utility-analysis in Medical Care on Depressive Episode With One Drug Therapy Failure.

The purpose of this study is to determine the transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) cost-utility in the depression therapy. This is a 3 years medico-economics study with 1 year follow-up period involving patients with 1 or 2 depression treatment(s) failed. Eligible subject will be randomized in 2 groups, usual care with tDCS cure (arm A) or only usual care (arm B).

Population Effects of MI on Pediatric Obesity in Primary Care

In this cluster randomized effectiveness trial, pediatric primary care practices will be recruited from the American Academy of Pediatrics' national Pediatric Research in Office Settings (PROS) practice-based research network, as well as the client database of the Physician's Computer Company (PCC) - an Electronic Health Record (EHR) vendor. We will recruit 18 practices. 9 practices will be randomized to the Intervention arm and 9 practices to Usual Care. Intervention arm pract...

Effectiveness of Non-medical Health Worker (NMHW) Led Counseling on Common Mental Disorders in Rural Mid-western Nepal

Psychological treatments may be provided by non-medical health workers (NMHW) to increase accessibility. Task shifting of screening and treatment of non-communicable diseases to non-medical health workers is both effective and cost-effective. A recent review included five randomized controlled trials to assess effectiveness of NMHW provided psychological interventions to treat common mental disorders and depression, and all five trials found the intervention beneficial over usu...

Aging Back Clinics

The purpose of this study is to compare two different ways to treat chronic low back pain. The two types of treatment that the investigators will compare are called Usual Care and ABC Care. Usual Care tends to focus on the spine. ABC Care focuses on the entire body and the mind. With Usual Care, participants will work with their own doctor to come up with a treatment plan. With ABC Care, participants will work with the investigators' ABC providers and their team. The investigat...

Systems of Support (SOS) to Increase Colon Cancer Screening and Follow-up

SOS is a four-arm randomized controlled study of ways to increase screening for colonrectal cancer. About 40-50% of the people age 50 and older are not up to date on screening. This is a very important problem because screening both prevents colorectal cancer and decreases colon cancer deaths. We are studying 3 different levels of support to help people get screened and follow-up after positive screening tests. These involve comparing to usual care stepwise increasing in ...

Lifestyle Intervention's Impact on Health Care Costs

The ICAN Pilot project aims to evaluate the differences in economic, clinical and quality of life outcomes of a nutrition intervention involving lifestyle case management and medical nutrition therapy by a registered dietitian compared to usual medical care in obese persons with type 2 diabetes. The intervention is aimed at moderate weight loss (> 5-10%), improvement in diet quality and an increase in physical activity.

Sedation and Weaning in Children Requiring Invasive Mechanical Ventilation

A UK multi-centre cluster randomised controlled trial to determine if a protocol-based intervention incorporating coordinated care with greater nursing involvement to managing sedation and ventilator weaning can reduce the duration of invasive mechanical ventilation and is cost effective compared with usual care in children in Pediatric Intensive Care Units.

Shared Care and Usual Health Care for Mental and Comorbid Health Problems

The aim is to study the impact on patients and health care by an adaption of the Hamilton Family Health Team model of shared care between general practitioners (GPs), mental health services and other primary or specialized services. The study is done at six GP centers with 30 GPs in three boroughs in Oslo, Norway. At each GP center with shared care one clinical psychologist from a CMHC works two and a half day a week and a psychiatrist 1-2 hours a week. They are available for ...

Pharmacist Assisted Medication Program Enhancing the Regulation of Diabetes

The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that pharmacists working collaboratively with physicians and other providers in an ambulatory care setting can improve glucose, blood pressure, and lipid control, as well as improve quality of life, adherence to screening and general preventative measures.

A Multifaceted Prompting Intervention for Urban Children With Asthma

The overall goal of this project is to evaluate whether a multifaceted prompting intervention, administered in the urban primary care office setting, reduces morbidity among urban children with asthma. This study builds on our experience with a pilot study in two urban continuity clinics, in which we found that prompting clinicians about asthma severity and care guidelines at the time of an office visit resulted in improved preventive care delivery to inner-city children. Thi...

Chinese Pediatric Massage on Children With Acute Diarrhea: a Randomized Sham Massage Controlled Trial

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of Chinese pediatric massage as an add-on therapy while comparing with sham massage both on the basis of usual care for 0-6 years old children with acute diarrhea.

Weaning Children From Mechanical Ventilation:Computer-driven System Versus Usual Care

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a computer-driven system (Smartcare/PS) decreases weaning duration from mechanical ventilation when compared to usual care in children.

Acupressure for Fatigue in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a complex autoimmune disease characterized by involvement of multiple organs with a female to male ratio of 12:1 with the highest incidence reported in women of child bearing age (15-44 years). In general, advances in diagnosis and management have led to significant improvements in outcomes. However fatigue remains a challenging and prevalent issue for SLE patients. We aim to determine the feasibility of recruiting and conducting acupressu...

Parenting Matters: Helping Parents With Young Children

Sleep and discipline problems are the most common problems for parents of young children (ages 2 to 5 years old) and are the two concerns with the strongest relations to future child behavior problems. The Parenting Matters program combines treatment booklets and telephone support to help parents deal with sleep or discipline problems. Parents with concerns and who are interested in the study are identified during a visit to their family physician. We, the investigators at the ...

Primary Care Pediatrics Learning Activity and Nutrition With Families

This study is designed to translate an evidence-based family-based weight loss treatment for childhood obesity (FBT) into primary care settings using co-located interventionists to serve as a model for care delivered within a patient-centered medical home. FBT plus enhanced usual care (FBT+EUC) will be compared to enhanced usual care (EUC) alone, and the families will be followed for a 2 year period to assess between group differences in the targeted child and parent outcomes, ...


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