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Interprofessional Training in a Psychiatric Study Unit

Research question and basic idea: Interprofessional collaboration is a skill that many health professionals need to develop. Interprofessional training offers a way to improve collaboration and patient care. The increasing number of psychiatric patients with complex needs, requires mental healthcare providers to enhance their skills. It necessitates that healthcare professionals collaborate effectively; nevertheless, many have not been trained in an interprofessional environme...


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Interprofessional Practice Education for Health Professional Students

The interprofessional practice & education curriculum for the students to be employed in this study will include five modalities in a scaffolded structure progressing from low- to high-fidelity experiences over a two-year period: (1) classroom didactic sessions; (2) simulation laboratory sessions; (3) standardized patient sessions; (4) community-based clinical case conferences; and, (5) community-based interprofessional rotations. Clinicians will experience many of the same lea...

Using a Nurse-Led Communication Strategy for Surrogates in the Intensive Care Unit

Communication is one of the greatest health needs for high quality end-of-life (EOL) care in the intensive care unit (ICU), especially when patients are too ill to speak for themselves and rely on surrogates to make EOL decisions. Yet, there is no effective nursing intervention designed to improve communication between surrogates and clinicians. In order to enhance understanding of the surrogates' needs in the transition to EOL, this study will propose a new theory-grounded com...


Effectiveness of Interprofessional Learning and Simulation on Healthy Aging in Undergraduate Medical and Nursing Program

Aging population is an important public health issue and require coordinated and comprehensive response. Medical and nursing schools need to address challenges in health care delivery, and interprofessional simulation-based education (IPSE) provides realistic learning experiences in which interprofessional communication, roles and teamwork can be developed and assessed. The study aims to examine the effectiveness of delivering an IPSE program versus traditional course to...

Improving Family Meetings in the Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit

This study aims to improve communication between medical teams, patients, and families in the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit. The researchers hypothesize that both improving interprofessional teamwork when preparing for family meeting and preparing families for these meetings will improve team and family satisfaction with communication. The study will involve bringing together a group of medical professionals and parents of patients to collaboratively design an intervent...

Testing a Novel Manual Communication System for Mechanically Ventilated ICU Patients

The objective of this study is to gather initial information about the testing of a novel manual communication system for mechanically ventilated Intensive Care Unit (ICU) subjects. This phase of the study is not hypotheses based; the goal is to gather data about which potential form factors and interaction modes of the proposed communication system are most intuitive for subjects and caregivers.

Interdisciplinary Intervention in Patients With Obesity and Other Metabolic Diseases

The aim of the research study will be assess the effectiveness of a long-term interdisciplinary lifestyle in many aspects including food intake, psychological symptoms, physical activity habits, energy expenditure, body composition and anthropometric measurements in adults obese.

Interprofessional Management of Chronic Back Pain in Rural and Remote Setting: Use of Telehealth vs. Secure Laptop-based Videoconferencing

This pilot study will evaluate the impact and overall experience of an interprofessional chronic low back pain patient care approach for people in rural and remote areas using Telehealth technology compared to secure laptop based videoconferencing (Vidyo).

Intensive Communication for Chronically Critically Ill

This study was a trial of a formal system of family meetings to support family decision makers of chronically critically ill patients in the intensive care unit.

Manually Operated Communication System

The objective of this study is to gather initial information about the testing of a novel manual communication system - which is currently called MOCS, for Manually Operated Communicated System - for mechanically ventilated Intensive Care Unit (ICU) subjects. This study is not hypothesis based; the goal is to gather data about which interaction modes and teaching approaches of MOCS are most intuitive for subjects and caregivers.

Teaching Improved Communication To Adolescents and Clinicians

The purpose of this pilot study is to evaluate the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary efficacy of an intervention aimed at improving how adolescent patients and their clinicians communicate about behavior change.

Interprofessional Preoperative Geriatric Assessment for Older Arthroplasty Patients With Multimorbidity

The objective of this randomized control trial is to investigate effects and cost effectiveness of interprofessional preoperative assessment among older knee or hip arthroplasty patients. The main hypothesis is that preoperative assessment and optimization have a positive impact on the patents' quality of life and expenditure of social and health care services.

METEOR Think NIV Pilot

This study will pilot test three strategies designed to speed implementation of preventive post-extubation noninvasive ventilation (NIV): one control strategy (traditional online continuing medical education) and two novel strategies (interprofessional education and just-in-time education).

Family and Interdisciplinary Intervention to Prevent Diabetes

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the effect of a family and interdisciplinary approach on individual and family insulin resistance and insulin secretion in patients with prediabetes.

Effects of Intensity of Early Communication Intervention

The purpose of the study is to determine if a more intensive application of communication intervention, i.e. 5 hours per week, will result in more frequent intentional communication acts, greater lexical density, and a better verbal comprehension level than children who receive the same communication intervention only one time per week.

Positive Communication and Clinical Performance in Anaesthetic Care.

The emotional and cognitive impact of positive communication between caregivers remains uninvestigated. The investigators hypothesize that positive communication during medical transmission can increase clinical performance for managing a subsequent stressful unexpected adverse event.

A New Clinical Pathway for Patients With Fractured Neck of Femur

The intention is to evaluate the effectiveness of a multi-factorial medical treatment of patients with hip fractures in a specially designed unit for elderly hip fracture patients (orthogeriatric unit) as compared to traditional care in an orthopedic unit.

Communication Book in Pragmatic Communication in Vascular Aphasics

This study aims to evaluate, in communication tasks, the pragmatic effectiveness of the communication book in the general conditions of use and its maintenance in the implementation of the compensatory strategies of communication in severe aphasias.

Simulation Training of Closed-Loop Communication (CLC)

Open interventional before and after study on the effect of on-site full-scale simulation with a subsequent course follow-up and a three month follow-up observation pertaining to behavioural changes in communication of the paediatric intensive care unit staff that is participating in the on-site simulation training.

Social Skills in Children With ASD and Process Drama

This is a one-group, pre-post feasibility study of an intensive, interdisciplinary (theatre, Occupational Therapy (OT), and Speech Language Pathology (SLP)) intervention targeted at social skill development in children, aged 3-4. The intervention uses process drama modified with OT and SLP techniques and using typically developing peer models. Feasibility outcomes are recruitment rates, retention rates, daily program records of ease of implementing program, and record of modifi...

Redesigning Systems to Improve Quality for Hospitalized Patients

Despite recent improvements, we are still a long way from consistently delivering high quality care to hospitalized patients. In this study, we will assist hospitals in implementing a set of complementary, mutually reinforcing interventions to redesign care for hospitalized medical patients. We anticipate the interventions will improve teamwork and patient outcomes and that identifiable factors and strategies will be associated with successful implementation.

SET-to-Meet; Pilot Testing of a Nurse-led Intervention

While interdisciplinary family meetings are evidence-based and part of usual care, this study seeks to test a novel set of implementation strategies (the SET-to-Meet intervention) to improve adherence to best practice guidelines for interdisciplinary family meetings. SET stands for Screen-Engage-Track; SET-to Meet is a nurse-led, team based intervention to ensure routine interdisciplinary family meetings are held on behalf of incapacitated, critically-ill patients in ICUs. This...

Interdisciplinary Medication Review Interventions in an Integrated Outpatient Department.

Inappropriate medication prescribing is highly prevalent among comorbid medical patients and leading to adverse drug events (ADE), re-admissions, quality of life and mortality. Thus, the aim of this study is primary to investigate the feasibility of a interdisciplinary intervention focused on deprescribing and medication optimization in the Integrated Outpatient Department at Copenhagen University Hospital, Amager, Denmark. Participants in the intervention group receives a med...

Communication Coaching to Improve Patient and Clinician Satisfaction in Cardiology Encounters

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of a clinician communication coaching intervention versus control on an objective measure of the quality of communication (primary outcome) and patients' perceptions of the quality of patient-centered care (secondary outcome), both overall and within Black and White patients.

The "ToPIC" Study = Tool to Improve Participation In Clinical Trials

The purpose of this study is to pilot the "ToPIC" tool, a communication tool to facilitate clinical trial decision making conversations between oncologists and patients.


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