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Testing New Formats for the Presentation of Research Evidence to Health Care Managers and Policy Makers

Despite advances in the conduct and reporting of traditional systematic reviews, current evidence suggests that they are used infrequently by health care managers and policy makers in decision making. Managers and policy makers have suggested that concise presentation positively affects the use of systematic reviews. The purpose of this randomized controlled trial is to assess the impact of a traditional systematic review format compared with the innovative format on the abilit...

HIV Prevention Among Substance Abusing SMI

This study seeks to examine the effectiveness of translating two proven interventions, RESPECT, and the NIDA Community Based Outreach Model, into one program of education, PATH, to be delivered by case managers to their seriously mentally ill, substance abusing clients. The objective is to teach case managers to assess the specific risk profiles of their clients, and then create a plan of intervention aimed at reducing high risk sexual and substance abusing behaviors.

The Effect of the Patient Activation Measure on Chronic Care

We will test - in a chronically ill managed long term care population - the effectiveness of an intervention that provides nurse Care Managers with an inventory of evidence-based practices tailored to patients with different levels of knowledge, skills and confidence to engage in self-care management. Specifically, we will develop a "change package" of evidence-based hypertension (HTN) management strategies geared to patients scoring at the four different stages of activation o...

Fracture Liaison Service:A Randomized Control Trial

Aims: To compare clinical outcomes for patients under FLS or usual care at the NTUH MH and BB. Method: Four hundred subjects with new hip fracture or newly identified vertebral fracture are randomly assigned into FLS and usual care (UC). FLS subjects received osteoporosis-related assessments, treatments, consultations on diet, medications, exercise, fall preventions given mainly by care managers with followed up telephone call at 4, 8, 12, 18, 24 months then annually for...

The Effect of Case Management in Complex Cancer Pathways

Introduction: Case management (CM) has been proposed as a method for optimizing the course of treatment for complicated cancer patients. However evidence of the effect of CM is limited and methodologically rigorous research is needed. Aim: To analyze effects of Nurse CM in complicated cancer care. Methods: The study is designed as a two-arm randomized controlled trial (RCT) including approximately 280 colorectal cancer patients. Intervention group patients will be offe...

Engaging Patients With Mental Disorders From the ED in Outpatient Care

This study will compare the effectiveness of professional and peer care managers in improving linkage to and engagement in outpatient care after an emergency department (ED) discharge, as well as the mechanisms by which engagement occurs. The study will use a multi-site randomized trial study design across 8 EDs in South Carolina with telepsychiatry programs; each site will have one professional care manager (social worker or nurse) and one peer specialist care manager. Eligibl...

Costs, Efficiency and the Role of Management in HIV Prevention Interventions for Female Sex Workers in Nigeria

This study seeks to measure the costs associated with HIV prevention service delivery to female sex workers (FSW) in Nigeria, as well as examine the relationship between management practices at the community-based organizations (CBOs) and costs. To complete these goals, the study will collect both retrospective and prospective data from CBOs and from centralized information from study partners (Society for Family Health, SFH). In the prospective section of the study, CBOs will ...

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Stop-Service to Obviously-Impaired Patrons

The Responsible Retailing Forum ("RRF") seeks to develop a new intervention, Stop Service to Obviously- Impaired Patrons ("S-STOP"), to reduce the incidence and harm associated with overservice of alcohol. Modeled after RRF's effective program to reduce alcohol sales to minors using Mystery Shopper feedback on staff ID-checking conduct, SSTOP would (1) conduct "Pseudo-Intoxicated" Mystery Shop" ("P-I/MS") inspections of serving establishments, employing actors who seek to purch...

Qualitative Study of Black-White Sleep Disparities

Background: Sleep that does not last long and is low-quality is tied to a range of serious health issues. These range from obesity to early death. Research has shown that black people who are professionals or managers are more likely to have this kind of sleep than their white counterparts. Black people are also at higher risk than whites for health problems caused by insufficient sleep. Researchers want to learn more about why these differences exist. Objective: ...

Care Transitions for Complex Patient - Cycle 1

The purpose of this study is to improve patient care while decreasing rates of hospital re-admissions and emergency department (ED) visits by sending specific information about hospital admissions and ED visits to care managers with the use of health information technology (HIT) shared across a community-based network of providers.

Multiple Chronic Diseases: the RITH Trial

In this research, investigators pretent to evaluate the effectiveness of clinical, functional, psychological and social impact of an intervention model based on shared care between the Mobile Rehabilitation and Physical therapy team (MRPTT) and nurse case managers of Primary Care in a sample of patients with multiple chronic diseases (comorbidities) and their caregivers. A non-randomised controlled trial.

Assessment of Family Planning and Immunization Service Integration in Liberia

This is a mixed methods process evaluation of a programmatic intervention to integrate family planning and immunization services at health facilities in Lofa and Grand Bassa counties in Liberia. MCSP used a longitudinal, pair-matched design to monitor the effect of integrating immunization and FP services on utilization of FP and routine immunization services. In Lofa and Grand Bassa counties, 36 facilities were pair-matched to intervention and comparison sites based on predete...

Lifestyle Interventions for Long Term Diabetes Control

Lifestyle interventions have been shown to reduce heart disease risk and improve blood sugar control in clinical trials. This project will investigate whether those lifestyle interventions can be implemented long-term, in usual practice settings, by using dietitian case managers to coordinate lifestyle change in cooperation with fitness instructors and primary care clinicians.

Home Rehabilitation Via Telemonitoring in Patients With COPD

COPD is the fourth leading cause of death in the world and is the only one of the top five illnesses whose death rate is still increasing. It is mainly caused by smoking. Greece has a higher prevalence and death rate for COPD than many other countries in Europe. The disease is incurable so treatment is aimed at alleviating symptoms and slowing progression. Despite maximal medication and strategies such as pulmonary rehabilitation and home nurse support, many patients remain vul...

Effectiveness of Extended Treatment for Drug Dependence (ETDD) in the City Study

This protocol (a supplement to 805466) is to test whether our telephone continuing care model can be implemented successfully by "real world" publicly funded programs. Participants will be recruited from Philadelphia's Department of Behavioral Health - run drug programs. The investigators will train city telephone care managers to deliver our telephone continuing care intervention to patients in this program. The investigators will randomize 200 to receive this intervention or ...

Effects of a Web-based Training Programme Focusing on Challenging Behaviour

The interaction between people with intellectual disabilities and professional carers is often influenced by communicative difficulties contributing challenging behaviours. Aim: The aim of this study is to evaluate a web-based training program aimed at improving carers' abilities to interact with people with learning disabilities who exhibit challenging behaviours and to explore carers' experiences of participating in such a program. Method: This study has a cross-sectional d...

Effectiveness of Care Management in Alzheimer Patients

Context: The French Alzheimer plan 2008-2012 includes the implementation of "disease managers" or social workers, from the onset of the disease, for every patient with a diagnosis of Alzheimer disease or associated disorder. However, previous trials evaluating the efficacy of a systematic intervention for each case from the onset of the disease, including non complex cases, have shown little evidence. Objective: To evaluate the efficacy of a social worker to prevent behavioura...

Safe Hands at the Sharp End- Implementing Aseptic Technique in the Operating Room

The aim of this integrated Knowledge Translation (iKT) study is to develop and test a multifaceted implementation intervention for feasibility, acceptability and effectiveness. The intervention will be tailored to fit the context of the operating room (OR), to promote OR team members' use of aseptic techniques during the care of frail persons undergoing acute fracture surgery of the hip. Through the use of an iKT approach, the investigators hypothesise that building on l...

Project PrEP-R: Network Support to Engage and Retain Younger Black MSM in PrEP Care

The Project PrEP-R intervention is a brief, theory based and culturally sensitive intervention designed to capitalize on organic yet underutilized social support networks in the lives of young black men who have sex with men (YBMSM). The intervention has been developed with input from clients and their support network members, case managers, social workers, primary care providers. The goal of the intervention is to improve retention in PrEP care for young Black MSM.

Randomized Trial to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Nurse Case Management

The management of high-risk pregnancies require substantial use of medical resources. Our goal is to determine the effectiveness of a nurse case management program in which case managers are assigned to patients with high-risk conditions. Our hypothesis is that women with diabetes in pregnancy or hypertension who are assigned a nurse case manager will have lower glucose levels and lower blood pressure levels

Intervention to Reduce Injection Drug Use

This is a five-year prospective randomized trial comparing two intervention conditions designed to facilitate substance abuse treatment entry and enhance retention in order to reduce the behaviors associated with HIV and HCV risk among injection drug users (IDUs) and to improve client overall functioning. The overall goal of this project is to compare strengths-based case-management (CM) to an enhanced version of CM that uses case managers to facilitate a therapeutic alliance ...

MAC-cbt Group Therapy for Adults With ADHD

The study is developed to validate a new short psychotherapeutic group treatment for adults with ADHD diagnosis. The participants will be treated in a monocentric, parallel group randomized superiority study - one group with the new treatment and one group with well established relaxing treatment.

Culturally Tailoring a Stroke Intervention in Community Senior Centers

Stroke is a cruel disease that disproportionately kills and disables African-Americans, Latinos, Chinese-Americans and Korean-Americans; seniors with high blood pressure are at particularly high risk. There is a higher incidence of hemorrhagic stroke in African Americans, Latinos, and Chinese Americans relative to non-Latino whites. Asian-Americans have up to 1.4 higher relative risk of stroke death compared to U.S. non-Latino whites. A critical need therefore exists for a sust...

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 ...

Expanding and Testing VA Collaborative Care Models for Depression

Based on the published evidence, collaborative care for depression is both necessary and sufficient for improving care and outcomes for depressed patients in primary care settings. The Translating Initiatives in Depression into Effective Solutions (TIDES) project, upon which ReTIDES is based, developed a VA-adapted version of collaborative care through input from veterans, clinicians, and managers. The initial TIDES project resulted in a clinically stable and effective model a...

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