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This study evaluates the effects of the Nurse Family Partnership (NFP), an established home-visiting program, using a scientifically rigorous individual-level randomized controlled trial. The study will be based in South Carolina, where a Medicaid waiver in combination with a pay-for-success contract will allow expansion of the program to women on Medicaid. The study plans to enroll 4000 low-income, first time mothers and their children into the intervention group, and another ...
The theme of this Morehouse-Emory Partnership Program focuses on elucidating the etiologic basis of ethnic differences in obesity-related CVD and discovering new intervention strategies to ameliorate CV health in all communities. The proposed Program uses a multi-disciplinary strategy to systematically characterize ethnic differences in obesity-related CVD by drawing upon the fields of physiology, psychology, biochemistry, vascular biology, public health, nursing and clinical m...
Most existing medical research has focused on patients with well-established COPD and poor lung function. Whilst this is important because such patients have lots of symptoms and problems, in some respects a better way of reducing health problems in the future would be to develop a strategy which focuses on patients with milder disease, and identifies which ones will go on to develop more severe problems and why these problems occur. The research in this application is designed...
The objective of the present study was to evaluate the MPF and the perception of effort of professional jiu jitsu athletes from carbohydrate intake at different moments. Twelve jiu jitsu athletes participated in the study, being randomly divided into three groups of four participants: Control Group (CG); Experimental group 1 (G1), supplementation immediately before the fight and Experimental group 2 (G2), supplementation 30 minutes before the fight. The FPM measurement was perf...
Health literacy refers to personal and relational factors affecting a person's ability to acquire, understand and use information about health and health services. In a need assessment study it was found that, the health services need to focus on health literacy factors in the follow up of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Thus, this project evaluate the effect a of a health literacy partnership health promotion intervention (hospital, municipalities,...
This paper aims to describe the research protocol that will be used to determine the effectiveness of a health-social partnership intervention programme among community-dwelling older adults
The Healthy Environments Partnership was established in October 2000, as a part of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences “Health Disparities Initiative.” The Healthy Environments Partnership seeks to expand the knowledge base of how social and economic inequalities are linked to disparities in cardiovascular health among residents of Detroit. The Healthy Environments Partnership is a project of the Detroit Community-Academic Urban Research Center. The p...
Phase II of the MOMS Partnership aims to: 1. conduct a needs assessment of the mental health of mothers residing in New Haven, CT; 2. provide on-site group intervention services (randomized by housing community) to improve signs/symptoms of depression/stress/trauma among mothers living onsite.
The human immune system produces a protein called hCAP18 (also known as LL-37 or cathelicidin). This protein is believed to help the body to fight infections. Studies suggest that vitamin D may important in the production of hCAP18. This study is designed to test the ability of two different forms of vitamin D to affect levels of hCAP18. Vitamin D and hCAP18 levels will be measured during an initial visit. Individuals who are vitamin D deficient will be randomly assigned to rec...
The Healthy Living Partnership to Prevent Diabetes (HELP PD)is a 300-participant randomized trial designed to test the effectiveness of a lay-health counselor led community-based diabetes prevention program in reducing blood glucose in people at risk for developing diabetes mellitus.
This study will look at immunoglobulin (Ig) treatment in hospitalized chronic obstructive lung disease (COPD) patients with frequent exacerbations. This is a Phase II, pilot randomized double blind control study, meaning this study will help assess if this research can be expanded to evaluate Ig treatment in patients with COPD. Ig treatment is a sterile solution of human immunoglobulin proteins given intravenously (in the vein). Immunoglobulins are part of the immune system an...
The purpose of the PaTH Network AF Clinician-Patient Partnership Cohort is to use clinical data from electronic health records (EHR) and patient reported outcomes (PRO) to answer questions of clinical importance to patients, providers, and other stakeholders.
Interleukin 29 (IL-29) is a substance that is produced in the body to help fight viral infections. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and antiviral effects of several different doses of PEG-rIL-29 (a man-made form of IL-29) when it is given in combination with daily oral doses of ribavirin (an antiviral drug) to subjects with hepatitis C infection who have received no prior treatment for this disease.
This study is focused on identifying the prevalence of passive or active smoke exposure and zinc deficiency in a cohort of patients who meet the objective and subjective guidelines for chronic rhinosinusitis set forth by the Sinus and Allergy Health Partnership.
Interleukin 29 (IL-29) is a substance that is produced in the body to help fight viral infections. The purpose of this study is to test the safety and antiviral effects of PEG-rIL-29 (a man-made form of IL-29) when it is given either by itself at different doses or in combination with the approved dose of ribavirin (an antiviral drug) to subjects with hepatitis C infection who have received no prior treatment for this disease or who have relapsed following previous treatment wi...
The purpose of this study is to investigate the efficacy of Raptiva (efalizumab) in the treatment of discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE). Discoid lupus erythematosus is a chronic disorder, which may lead to permanent and progressive loss of hair. Lupus is a condition of chronic inflammation cause by an autoimmune disease. Autoimmune diseases are illnesses which occur when the body's tissues are attacked by its own immune system. The immune system is a complex system within th...
The purpose of this study is to assess the acceptability, feasibility, and preliminary effectiveness of the UTHealth medical-legal partnerships (MLP) against usual care.
This pilot clinical trial studies Take the Fight in supporting and empowering patients with cancer through their treatment process. Patients with cancer are faced with many obstacles created by the current state of the healthcare system. The purpose of Take the Fight is to train college students, also called patients' navigators or strategists, to assist and support patients to navigate into the healthcare system and receive the care they need. The strategists are matched with ...
Living with diabetes and other chronic (ongoing) conditions is common in older adults. These individuals have poorer health and higher use of health services compared to older adults with diabetes alone. Programs that help older adults self-manage their diabetes and other health conditions benefit both individuals and the healthcare system. The McMaster University Aging, Community and Health Research Unit developed and tested a new patient-centered, community-based program (CPP...
The ACCELERATION (ACtivity, smoking Cessation, healthy Eating and aLcohol Education, inteRvention, and motivATION) Program is a collaborative project in cancer and chronic disease prevention that has been designed by and will be delivered amongst cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and prevention programs and cancer centres in Ontario (ON), British Columbia (BC), Quebec (QC) and Nova Scotia (NS). This project is being funded by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer, Health Canada...
The purpose of this study is to improve cardiovascular disease (CVD) outcomes in racial and ethnic minorities in Hawaii.
The purpose of the PaTH Network IPF Clinician-Patient Partnership Cohort is to use clinical data from electronic health records (EHR) and patient reported outcomes (PRO) to answer questions of clinical importance to patients with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, providers, and other stakeholders.
Diabetes is a major, growing, and costly chronic disease in the U.S., and implementation of recommended diabetes care remains poor, not merely suboptimal, and varied for a sizable proportion of Americans with diabetes. To further reduce the treatment and adherence gaps in diabetes care, the researchers propose to evaluate a Customized, Continuous Care Management (CCCM) program that actively supports a partnership between the patient and his/her multidisciplinary care management...
To afford urgent access to a potential-disease modifying treatment, Dr. Diana Kerwin, in partnership with CTD Holdings, the manufacturer of Trappsol (R) Cyclo(TM), will administer the product to a patient with Alzheimer's Disease who has no other disease-modifying treatment options.
The purpose of this study is to improve cardiovascular disease (CVD) outcomes in racial and ethnic minorities. Specifically, the study seeks to systematically characterize potential ethnic differences in obesity-related CVD by drawing upon the fields of psychology, physiology, biochemistry, nursing, and clinical medicine.