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HPV Self-Sampling for Cervical Cancer Screening Among Lesbian, Bisexual, and Queer (LBQ) Women

The proposed study will examine the implementation of a Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) self-sampling intervention for under screened LBQ women living in South Florida. The study will enroll participants to receive the self-sampling intervention in community venues. The purpose of this study is to pilot the self-sampler for feasibility and acceptability within this underserved population.

The People Like Us Evaluation Study

The study is a pragmatic, randomized controlled trial design to evaluate an online video series developed by a community-based organization in Singapore for gay, bisexual and queer men. A total of 300 HIV-negative, gay, bisexual and queer men in Singapore aged 18 to 29 years old will be recruited with the assistance of the partner community-based organization (CBO), Action for AIDS Singapore. Recruitment will utilize both online and offline channels, and with the help of...

Effect of a Family Empowerment Program on Coping, Problem Solving in Parents, and Quality of Life in Children With Cystic Fibrosis

Parents of children with cystic fibrosis (CF) experience high levels of stress and problems. Family empowerment interventions provide important support for many patients with CF and their families. However,there is a lack of research exploring the effects of such empowerment programs on coping, and Problem Solving among parents, and Quality of Life in Children with CF. The present study aimed to assess the effect of a family empowerment program-based nursing intervention...


Patient Empowerment With the Patient Perspective

The overall aim with this study is to gain a deeper understanding of patient perceptions regarding empowerment in relation to a health platform.

The Australian Parental Supply of Alcohol Longitudinal Study (APSALS)

Parents can positively influence their children's alcohol use. One strategy they use is to provide their children with alcohol, believing it is the best way to teach their children how to drink responsibly. The impact of parental supply is not well understood and may be unintentionally harmful. This study will research the consequences of parental supply within the broader context of parent, child and peer relationships. It will help to determine how parental supply influences ...

Improving Asthma Care Through Parental Empowerment

The overall aim of this study will be to perform a prospective randomized clinical trial of an enhanced version of the IMPACT DC intervention involving short-term case management to facilitate PCP follow-up appointments and to provide education for parents about how to communicate more effectively with their children's PCPs as a means (1) to improve the rate of utilization of primary care services for ongoing asthma care and (2) to enhance the self-efficacy of parents in their...

Parental Representations of the Impact of the Use of Screens on Their Preschool Children Health and Development.

The main objective of this study was to evaluate the distribution of parental representations concerning the use of screens by preschool children, expressed in qualitative surveys: perceptions of screens as a source of learning, a source of appeasement, a source of behavioral difficulties and a source of reduction in the social interactions of young children. The hypothesis of this study was the representations expressed in the qualitative studies were the reflection of ...

COPE Intervention for Parents of Children With Epilepsy

The purpose of this study is to determine if the program Creating Opportunities for Parent Empowerment (COPE) is feasible to administer to parents of children with neurological conditions. The goal of the study is to empower parents by providing them with educational materials designed to teach them how to foster healthy coping skills in their child.

Parental Sense of Competence Workshops for Parents of Children With Sensory Processing Issues

The primary objective of this pilot randomized waitlist control trial is to evaluate the impact of an OT-led parent education workshop on the PSOC of parents of children experiencing SPIs who are on the waitlist for a neurodevelopmental diagnostic assessment. The secondary objective is to obtain a subjective evaluation of the content, format, and delivery of the parent education workshop from the parents' perspectives.

Theory-based HIV Disclosure Intervention for Parents

The investigators propose to develop, implement, and evaluate a theory-driven parental disclosure intervention to assist parents living with HIV (PLH) to make a planned, developmentally appropriate disclosure of their HIV status to their uninfected children or, for PLH with younger children, to articulate a clear plan for disclosure to their children when developmentally appropriate. The majority of the 33.4 million individuals living with HIV worldwide reside in low-resource s...

The System Fammeal With Tailored Recommendations and Gamification for Parents to Counteract Childhood Obesity

The investigators aim to test an evidence-based intervention, allocated to a mobile app designed to parents and their children with 3 to 6 years old, identified by family doctors or nurses at well-child care visits as overweight or obese for age. This intervention aims to improve parent's perceptions and attitudes regarding children's weight status and food intake, leading to better dietary intake and children's' eating behaviors through positive parental child-feeding practic...

Understanding and Reducing HIV Risk Behavior and Substance Use Among Self-identified Bisexual Adolescent Men

Young gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) are disproportionately affected by HIV. Despite this burden, most HIV prevention interventions target adult MSM (most of whom identify as gay) and heterosexual youth, creating an urgent need for interventions for gay and bisexual adolescents. Further, self-identified bisexual men, especially adolescents, have been neglected in research. Therefore, little is known about factors that drive engagement in risk behavior ...

Preventing Drug Abuse Among Sexual Minority Youth

The planned randomized clinical trial will longitudinally test a tailored, web-based drug abuse prevention program with a nationwide sample of 15- to 17-year-old sexual minority youth (youth who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or unsure of their sexual orientation).

The Getting Off App for Methamphetamine-Using Gay and Bisexual Men

A commonly used manualized outpatient methamphetamine intervention for gay and bisexual men, "Getting Off," is being translated into a mobile phone application (i.e., app) available for download through common app marketplaces. The application will provide games, guided lessons, informational support, and resources to gay and bisexual men seeking to reduce their methamphetamine use and risky sexual behaviors.

Innovations in Dementia Empowerment and Action

The lack of efficacious research-based interventions for such vulnerable older adults with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias (AD/RD) and their caregivers (CGs) is a significant public health problem. Caregiving of sexual/gender minority older adults with AD/RD is of concern due to social stigma, marginalization, and isolation, which may be barriers to sustaining caregiving. It is necessary and timely to translate evidence-based culturally adaptable interventions for thi...

New Programme for Antenatal Preparation for Early Parenthood

Becoming a parent is a challenging stage in life, which provokes feelings of both excitement and insecurity; parents strive to develop confidence in their parenting role. Studies show that new parents often feel inadequately prepared for early parenthood which may have a negative impact on adjustment to life as a parent as well as health and wellbeing for the whole family. The overall aim is to develop, pilot test and evaluate a new programme for antenatal preparation fo...

Development and Preliminary Trial of a Brief, Portable Health Intervention for Rural Sexual Minority Emerging Adults

The purpose of this study is to test the feasibility of writing interventions specifically designed for lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) emerging adults (ages 18-29) that are aimed at improving the outcomes: depression, suicidality, substance abuse and HIV risk behaviors.

An Intervention to Address Parental Smoking During the Postpartum Hospitalization.

The purpose of the study is to find better ways to help parents quit smoking, thus improving their own health, the health of their children, and the health of other family members. This study tested the feasibility and acceptability of enrolling parents into a telephone quitline during postpartum hospitalization. Half of the parents in the study received quit smoking assistance (intervention group), and half of the parents did not (control group). The percentage of parental smo...

Self-management Training for Parents With Chronic Muscular Dystrophia

The relentless progressive process of muscular dystrophy requires extraordinary medical, physical, and emotional care with severe consequences for caring parents (increased stress and diminished social, psychological and physical well-being). Despite the obvious need of support for parents only few and weak data exist regarding efficiency and efficacy of specific interventions supporting parental resilience and coping strategies. The presenting study aims to fill this gap by ev...

Impact of Psychoeducation in Quality of Life of Parents With Children With Congenital Heart Defects

Congenital heart defects (CHD) are the most common congenital malformations. Despite the progress made in the last decades in diagnosis and treatment, CHD continues to be associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Several studies have shown a reduction in the quality of life (QoL) of parents of children with CHD, which may affect children too. The main research aim is to assess and to understand the impact of a psychoeducational intervention in QoL of parents with new...

Reaching and Treating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Cigarette Smokers

Smoking rates are significantly higher among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) populations compared to the general population. LGBT individuals may be at increased risk for experiencing psychosocial issues, e.g., negative moods, stress, alcohol/drug use, that have been associated with smoking treatment failure in other groups of smokers. Technology, such as the Internet and telephone, can be an effective method to reach a large number of smokers and may be partic...

Clown Doctors and a Sedative Premedicant for Children Undergoing Surgery

The purpose of the present investigation will be to determine whether a combination of clown doctor and parental presence is more effective than a combination of sedative premedication and parental presence for reducing anxiety in children and their parents and for improving parental satisfaction.

COS-P for Parents of Children Referred to Child Psychiatric Services

Background:The quality of attachment is greatly influenced by parental sensitivity. Attachment based interventions are designed to promote parental sensitivity, to change parental mental representations and to improve understanding of the developmental needs of the child. Very few studies have investigated the effect of attachment-based interventions on psychiatric symptoms in children. Targeting parental sensitivity and the parent-child interaction might have an important impa...

Impact of Parental Perfectionistic Cognitions Self-compassion Intervention Effects on Shame in Child Health Context

Parents of children with long-term health conditions (LTCs) can experience shame related to parenting. Whilst self-compassion interventions (SCIs) can reduce parental shame, this has not been studied with parents of children with LTCs. Perfectionistic cognitions may also moderate the effects of SCIs. This study will test an online SCI with parents of children with type 1 diabetes, epilepsy or asthma. Parents will complete online questionnaires pre- and post a SCI/control interv...

Parental Blinding in Clinical Trials of Osteopathy

The aim of this research is to assess the acceptability of using a mobile folding screen for blinding parents of infant study participants in clinical trials of osteopathic interventions. The preliminary data of this acceptability study will inform future randomized controlled trials with infant participants where parental blinding is required. 30 excessively crying infants will be randomly allocated to 2 groups, one group receives osteopathic intervention, the other group does...

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