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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.
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.
Communication on telephone is challenging for people with hearing loss. For hearing aid users, for instance, the inventions for improving speech intelligibility on the phone range from an integrated tele coil and individual hearing programs to specially designed phone devices. No formal studies involving these devices have been carried out with CI users. Thus, this comparative study includes hearing aid as well as CI and bimodal users to evaluate different hearing solutions fo...
The purpose of this study is to investigate whether the addition of teaching on communication at the end of life to the pre-existing resident curriculum will positively impact residents' knowledge and attitudes regarding communication at the end of life.
Correct methods and compliance of intranasal corticosteroid (INCS) is very important for the treatment of allergic rhinitis (AR). The animated cartoon-aided teaching of INCS administration was created to decrease workload of health care professionals. The aim of this study is to compare the achievement of the children with AR in using INCS between the group which were instructed by animated cartoon-aided teaching or oral presentation without demonstration.
The purpose of this study is to determine if teaching children with asthma how to talk to their doctor about controlling their asthma including symptom frequency in an asthma diary and medication use techniques, will result in less symptom and missed school days, fewer emergency room visits and reduce the cost of asthma health care.
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.
In the management and remediation of students with specific performance deficits in speech-in-noise intelligibility, most often, a "triad" approach for treatment is used, which includes direct therapy, compensatory strategies, and environmental modifications. The purpose of the study is to determine whether a new hearing aid, the Phonak EduLink-FM System, can improve specific performance deficits in speech-in-noise intelligibility. Participants will complete a test battery rel...
Background: Up to 70% of the patients with Parkinson's Disease (PD) experience speech problems, which cause a diminished intelligibility. A reduced intelligibility has a profound negative impact on social interaction and quality of life. Since pharmacological treatment only has limited effects on speech, non-pharmacological treatment, like speech therapy, is particularly relevant. Cochrane reviews (Herd et al., 2012a; Herd et al., 2012b) showed that evidence for speech therapy ...
This is a prospective, randomized controlled, crossover trial comparing the effectiveness one two curricular designs to teaching peripheral blood smears to residents.
Adult patients without prior history of ostomy, undergoing elective surgery involving a new ileostomy or colostomy will be randomized to receive standard ostomy nurse teaching or ostomy nurse teaching combined with preoperative and postoperative stoma care teaching video. Post operative outcomes including delay in discharge and stoma-related complications will be tracked.
This study will compare two types of assistive devices for communication (a voice amplifier and a personal communication system) in individuals with a speech disorder related to Parkinson's disease. The performance of these two devices will be examined with measures of speech intelligibility and patient questionnaires and rating scales.
Second-year nursing students are randomly assigned to experimental and control groups. The case-based teaching method was applied to the experimental group and the classical teaching method was applied to the control group. After the initiative, both groups observed differences in perceived competence and critical thinking levels. In addition, the focus groups were interviewed with the experimental group and the opinions and suggestions about the initiative were evaluated quali...
The present study aims to evaluate patient satisfaction and audiological performance with their current cochlear implant speech processor, the Neuro 1, and to compare it with the satisfaction and performance obtained with the new speech processor, the Neuro 2.
effect of concept map in teaching critical thinking was done with randomized study
The study will involve parents filling out a survey before & after watching a teaching tool video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIH63jqvlio) in addition to standard post-op teaching. The parents randomized to the video arms will watch the video while their child is in the OR and then either take the post survey immediately after or wait to take the survey until just prior to discharge. Parents not in the video arms of the study will also be asked to complete a survey pre and...
The purpose of this study to investigate attitude, oral health literacy and psychological factors in order to evaluate if these factors are important for oral health in adults. The hypotheses are: - Multiple interactive demographic, and social and psychological factors contribute to the level of attitude and oral health literacy. - There is an association between the level of oral health literacy and oral health status - A structured intervent...
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...
This study will describe the experience of patients with visible physical abnormalities in the genetics clinic when they are involved in teaching others about their condition. Information from this study may be used to enhance educational experiences in genetics clinics. Patients 18 years of age and older with a visible physical anomaly who have been seen by a genetics professional in the past 5 years may be eligible for this study. In a tape-recorded telephone intervie...
This study evaluates effect of weight loss in a group of obese patients with gouty arthritis. The study is a randomised group trial where half the patients receive intensive weight loss in the form of meal replacement from Cambridge as well as supervision from a clinical dietician and the other half get usual care.
The very most part of clinical research in France takes place in teaching hospitals. Advantages to develop it in others hospitals are numerous: access to innovative treatments, improvement of healthcare quality, hospitals' attractiveness, increased inclusion rates and reduced selection bias. The objectives of the study are to report the current situation of clinical research outside of teaching hospitals in France.
In a prospective, randomized Trial, the investigators compare Hands-on teaching and frontal teaching using a Training Video for learning how to perform an assisted delivery by vacuum extraction on a pelvic Training model. Objective Structured Assessment of Technical Skills (OSATS) scores are the primary outcome. The investigators hypothesize that Hands-on Training is superior to a video-teaching with regard to the OSATS scores achieved by the Trainees.
Didactic lectures are the currently used mode of imparting training to medical students. Use of other modes of teaching like simulation is still in its infancy. Simulation, as a teaching tool may aid in longer retention of the learning contents and also provides a safe environment for the students to practice their skills after knowledge acquisition. The aim of the study is to analyze the efficacy of different teaching modalities in imparting a particular skill, namely adult ca...
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.
A handful of studies have examined the effects of the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) LOUD on hypokinetic dysarthria in English speakers with Parkinson's disease (PD). Although LSVT LOUD has been found to be effective on improving these speaker's vocal intensity and increasing their speech intelligibility as well as speech function with Phase I evidence, no study has investigated whether Mandarin-speaking individuals with dysarthria secondary to PD would benefit from LSVT ...