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22:46 EDT 21st October 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Spinal Cord Injury Virtual Coach RCT

The SCI Virtual Coach study has developed an on-screen, human-like character that will provide support, education and coaching to adults with spinal cord injury (SCI) to aid in the prevention of serious secondary conditions like pressure ulcers. In a randomized controlled trial, participants assigned to "the Coach" intervention will have a touch-screen computer placed in their homes and be asked to interact with the Coach on a daily basis for 2 months. Participants will be aske...


B-slim, a Multi-source Digital Super Coach for Sustainable Weight Loss

The purpose of this study is to carry out a field trial to evaluate the effectiveness and added value of the b-SLIM digital Super Coach in a convenient sample of overweight and obese adults.

The Mobile PTSD Coach App in Acute Injury Survivors

This project is a preliminary randomized controlled trial testing the potential impact of the PTSD Coach mobile application at reducing posttraumatic stress and pain symptoms among acutely injured trauma patients. Immediately following the injury, patients will be randomly assigned to use the PTSD Coach app, or to the treatment as usual condition.


The Role of a Virtual Coach in Improving Adherence to an Activity Program for Overweight Adults

Hypothesis: Overweight subjects using a Virtual Coach will demonstrate improved adherence to an exercise regime. This study is designed to examine the effect of a computer program called a "Virtual Coach" and find out if it helps people become more active. This program acts as a kind of a personal trainer and will give you feedback. All participants in the study will receive an activity monitor to wear during the study and a website to use to track activity. Half of the...

Smart Phone Application for Postconcussion Symptom Reduction

The proposed study will address a very important issue for the VA both currently and in the future -- the high percentage of OIF/OEF/OND Veterans who have been medically diagnosed with a mild traumatic brain injury (mild TBI) and experience distressing symptoms. "Smart phone" mobile applications have become a primary source of information and communication among large percentages of Americans, especially those of the OIF/OEF/OND generation. The proposed study is a 4-year random...

The PACO Project: A Clinical Study of a PAtient COach Program in Vulnerable Lung Cancer Patients

The randomized trial evaluates whether assigning a patient coach to vulnerable lung cancer patients will empower these patients to participate in the treatment decision process, help patients navigate the health care system while undergoing treatment and adhere to cancer treatment and to recommendations for supportive care. Half of the participants will receive standard care and be offered a patient coach while the other half will receive standard care.

Cancer Distress Coach Mobile App Trial

The Cancer Distress Coach (CDC) mobile app is a symptom management tool for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in cancer patients and caregivers. Based largely on "PTSD Coach" from the National Center for PTSD, the CDC app was redesigned for both iOS and Android platforms and is tailored specifically to individuals impacted by cancer. This study aims to evaluate whether CDC app usage influences symptoms of PTSD through a randomized controlled trial (RCT) where subjects are p...

Evaluation of PTSD Family Coach, a Mobile Phone App for Family Members of Individuals With PTSD

The proposed pilot study is designed to test the feasibility, acceptability, and potential effectiveness of a mobile phone application (app) developed by the VA National Center for PTSD (VA NCPTSD) for use by family members of those with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The primary objective of the proposed study is to assess whether family members of veterans with PTSD find the PTSD Family Coach app to be satisfactory and feasible to use. Secondary objectives are to deter...

Health Coach Intervention Pilot Study

In this mixed methods study, the investigators assessed the feasibility and acceptability of a remote health coach intervention to promote healthful lifestyle behaviors among overweight pregnant women. At one northeastern US clinic, the investigators enrolled 30 overweight (pre-pregnancy BMI≥25 kg/m2) pregnant women at a median gestation of 12.5 weeks (IQR: 11-15) into a one arm intervention trial. The investigators connected participants with a health coach to provide behavi...

Facilitators to Keeping Colonoscopy Appointments

To identify patients at risk for nonattendance to their first scheduled colonoscopy and to conduct a randomized trial of a theory-based, peer coach intervention on completing the scheduled colonoscopy.

Cost Effective Health Promotion for Older Adults

This project tests the cost-effectiveness of two promising evidence-based health promotion/ behavior change interventions. The first intervention is the COACH Program, a revised version of the Health Enhancement Program (HEP) that has been implemented to date with older adults at multiple Senior Centers across the country (Leveille et al, 1998). The second is the web-based RealAge program which is also being implemented for older adults at multiple sites nationally and intern...

Text Messaging as a Novel Alcohol Intervention for Community College Students

This project will develop an intervention delivered through text messaging to reduce alcohol consumption and high risk drinking among adults who are enrolled as students in community colleges.

An RCT of a Primary Care-Based PTSD Intervention: Clinician-Supported PTSD Coach

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is an often severe and frequently disabling condition. It is associated with compromised health, early mortality, and substantial economic costs. PTSD is common in VA primary care patients; however, brief, effective treatments for PTSD are not available in the primary care setting. Instead, patients with PTSD are referred to mental health settings, yet many patients do not accept these referrals or do not adequately engage in such services. ...

Competency-based Approaches to Community Health

This study is a family-centered, community-based intervention to prevent and treat childhood obesity among 3-5 year old children from undeserved communities. Half of participants will receive a healthy lifestyle intervention and half of participants will receive a school-readiness intervention.

Social Support and Education in Asthma Follow-up (SSEA)

We will evaluate the effect of an eighteen-month asthma coaching intervention for parents/caregivers of children with asthma to reduce asthma morbidity. The primary objective is to determine if asthma coaching will significantly reduce asthma morbidity as measured by a reduction in the number of ED visits and hospitalizations for the children during the 18 months of active coaching and during the 18 months after the coaching stops. We will provide half of the subjects (parent...

Particulate Reduction Education in City Homes

The purpose of this study is to conduct a randomized controlled trial of the efficacy of a combination of HEPA room air cleaners plus an ETS reduction behavior training as compared to either HEPA air cleaners plus standard asthma education or delayed HEPA air cleaners and standard asthma education (control group).

Improving Hospital-to-Home Care Transitions for High-risk Younger Adult Patients

Improving hospital-to-home care transitions can produce improvements in patient safety and health care outcomes, while decreasing medical costs. Most transitions research has examined strategies for older patients. This project, however, focuses on younger, high-risk patients within a safety net system. The proposed intervention is based on research that patient activation, as measured by the Patient Activation Measure (PAM), is correlated with risk for hospital readmission. Th...

Comparative Effectiveness of Two Tobacco Cessation Interventions for Employees of Partners HealthCare, Inc.

Specific Aim: To conduct a randomized controlled trial among permanent employees of Partners HealthCare, Inc., and their adult dependents, who are current tobacco smokers. The trial will compare two interventions designed to help smokers stop using tobacco: (1) External Coaching Program (Standard Care) and (2) Internal Coaching Program, a chronic disease management strategy for treating tobacco use and dependence.

Optimizing Integration of CPR Feedback Technology With CPR Coaching for Cardiac Arrest

There is significant data showing that the quality of CPR performed is quite poor. Recent studies have shown that when real-time visual corrective feedback is available to CPR providers, quality (compression depth and rate) improves. Pilot work at John's Hopkins Children's Hospital indicates that providing a CPR Coach whose role it is to provide real-time coaching during cardiac arrest, further improves the quality of CPR. This study will assess the impact of a CPR Coach for i...

The Morehouse-Emory Cardiovascular Center for Health Equity Study: Clinical Intervention Project

This study will recruit from participants in the Morehouse-Emory Cardiovascular (MECA) study for a clinical intervention examining cardiac outcomes between participants who are randomized to received Health360x (a web-based and mobile-based application) or Health360x plus personalized health coaching. Participants will receive instruction on using the Health360x application and will use Health360x alone or Health360x with a health coach for 6 months. Measures of cardiovascular ...

Triggered Escalating Real-time Adherence (TERA) Intervention

Youth Living with HIV (YLWH) often face unique challenges achieving high and sustained rates of adherence to their antiretroviral therapy (ART). Poor adherence can lead to unsuppressed virus, more advanced HIV disease and poorer health outcomes, eventually exhausting treatment options. To date however, there are few demonstrated interventions for youth failing first line therapy. This study will evaluate a novel intervention that uses remote coaching through video enabled couns...

A Study to Assess the Compliance and Impact on Weight of Kurbo, a Pediatric Centered Weight Loss App

Kurbo is a health and fitness app that is targeted toward the pediatric population. It utilizes games and activities to educate children about healthy eating, portion control/size and exercise. It allows for food tracking by using servings of macronutrients and food groups and sets goals for achieving a healthy BMI through modification of diet intake. In addition to being created solely for children and adolescents, a unique feature of this app is an option to speak with a pers...

Laryngectomy Education

Patients undergoing total laryngectomy are at high risk for 30-day unplanned readmission. Many of these readmissions are related to stomal care, and it is thought that the readmissions could be prevented with better patient and caregiver education. The investigators are studying the effect of a comprehensive perioperative education program on 30-day unplanned readmission for patients undergoing total laryngectomy. The comprehensive perioperative education program will include ...

Safety and Efficacy Study of the NRT CQSS2 System for Smoking Cessation in Treatment-Seeking Subjects

Transdermal nicotine delivery systems are a cigarette smoking cessation aid designed to deliver nicotine into the systemic circulation via the skin. They have been found to reduce craving, thereby enhancing a patient's success for quitting smoking. However, side effects such as sleep disturbances and skin irritation, as well as incomplete smoking cessation are commonly experienced by users of such systems. Chrono Therapeutics, Inc. has developed an innovative programmable trans...

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Testing a New Device to Advance the Use of Social Skills Training With Mental Health Consumers and Clinicians

This study aims to test a new device called the Social Skills Coach that is being created to help mental health consumers with social skills and community functioning. People diagnosed with schizophrenia and clinicians will be included as participants in this study. Mental health consumers (diagnosed with schizophrenia) will be randomly assigned to either test the new device or to participate in a social skills training course. Data will be collected from participants through s...


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