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Capacity Assessment in Persons With Alzheimer's Disease

The purpose of this study is to assess decision-making capacity in persons with Alzheimer's disease. First, our goal is to validate four French capacity assessment tools for persons with Alzheimer's Disease : a French version of the Competency Assessment Tool for Consent to Treatment and of the Competency Assessment Tool for Voting, two questionnaires assessing the capacity to appoint a proxy either to consent to treatment or to vote. Second, once validated, we plan these ques...


Early Intervention and Autism: Transformation From Research to Practice Through a Competency Based Model

This study evaluates the effect of a competency based model on program quality in Swedish preschools for Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Half of the participating preschools will receive "treatment as usual" (Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) provided to a Child with ASD in the preschool, supervised by an external supervisor from a habilitation center), while the other half will receive the above as well as, in-service training and monthly on-site coa...

"The Lived Experience of Investigations for Sciatica"

This will be an exploratory study, using semi-structured interviews to explore patients' experiences of undergoing investigations for Sciatica (leg pain referred from the lower back). Interviews will be analysed based on an Interpretative Phenomenological Approach (IPA).The end product of analysis will be a detailed account of patients' experiences supported by direct quotes.The intention is that this account will help health-care providers to understand patients' experiences a...


Cap Assisted Colonoscopy Enhances Quality Based Competency in Colonoscopy Among Trainees

The purpose of this study is to identify if performing diagnostic colonoscopy with a small plastic cap attached to the camera will improve performance of colonoscopies by physician trainees.

The Impact of Patient Complexity on Healthcare Utilization

Healthcare providers are routinely being assessed for metrics designed to assess the quality of the care they deliver. There is growing consensus that these measurements, which typically assess the percentage of patients meeting a specific standard of care, should be adjusted for the clinical complexity of the providers. This study will assess whether adjusting for the social complexity of the patient panel adds significantly to adjustment for clinical complexity in explaining ...

A Comparison of Computerised Versus Interviewer-Administered Approach for Assessing Health-Related Quality of Life

The aim of this study is to compare a multimedia, computerised approach vs. interviewer administration of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) instruments.

Trial of Spirometry Fundamentals™ in the Primary Care Setting

Spirometry is a recommended component of asthma diagnosis and treatment in the primary care setting, yet few primary care providers report routine use of spirometry in the provision of care for their asthma patients. Misclassification of asthma severity has been reported when assessment is based on symptoms alone. This misclassification can lead to inadequate treatment that may result in increased morbidity and increased healthcare utilization/cost. However, even when spiromet...

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...

Assessment of Preoxygenation Strategies in the Prehospital Environment

Comparison of the preoxygenation efficacy of tidal volume breathing using three different preoxygenation techniques which are available to providers in the prehospital environment.

Pain and Fatigue Management in Patients With Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Colon Cancer, or Lung Cancer

RATIONALE: Collecting information over time about patients' and health care providers' understanding of pain and fatigue and providing education about pain and fatigue management may improve quality of life. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying pain and fatigue management in patients with breast cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer, or lung cancer.

A Practical Model to Transform Childhood Asthma Care - Spirometry Training in the Primary Care Setting

Spirometry is a recommended component of asthma diagnosis and treatment in the primary care setting, however, few primary care providers report routine use of spirometry in the provision of care for their asthma patients. Even when spirometry is used to aid in asthma severity classification, primary care providers have a high rate of failing to meet the quality goals for testing established by the American Thoracic Society. The goal of this study is to evaluate the effectiven...

Integrated Second Language Learning for Chronic Care

Language barriers continue to impede access to quality care for limited English proficient populations. Recent research has demonstrated that access to language concordant providers increases quality of care. This project evaluates the efficacy and acceptability of a model intervention to improve second language proficiency, patient-centered communication, and clinical competency of nurse practitioner students who care for Spanish-speaking patients with diabetes.

POL and Access Intervention to Reduce HIV Stigma Among Service Providers in China

In this project, UCLA's Center for Community Health (CCH) will develop an efficacious intervention trial integrating both individual and structural components to reduce HIV- related stigma among service providers in China and therefore benefit people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). The purpose of this study is to develop a feasible, practical and low cost intervention strategy that will prevent and/or reduce the negative effects of HIV-related stigma among health service p...

Compassion Fatigue in ED Providers

This study will assess compassion fatigue among healthcare providers in a single emergency department (ED) using the Professional Quality of Life (ProQoL) scale.

The Impact of Pharmacist Recommendations on Quality of Care in Diabetic Patients

The goal of this study is to investigate a comprehensive provider-focused intervention to improve the quality of care for diabetic patients in a large primary care practice at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. This will be accomplished through pharmacist recommendations provided to primary care providers prior to routine scheduled office visits for diabetic patients.

Quality-of-Life Assessment of Patients Who Have Cancer of the Esophagus

RATIONALE: Questionnaires that measure quality of life may improve the ability to plan treatment for patients who have cancer of the esophagus. PURPOSE: This clinical trial studies quality-of-life assessments of patients with cancer of the esophagus who are receiving treatment.

Screening for Urinary Incontinence by Primary Care Providers

The purpose of this study is to: - Assess the rate of screening for urinary incontinence (UI) in women by their primary care providers - Identify the type of screening used by primary care providers - Identify barriers to screening for UI - Identify differences in screening rates between specialties - Assess whether primary care providers view UI as a serious medical problem - Assess the comfort level of primary care providers in the dia...

Veteran Dual Use of Health Systems

The purpose of this study is 1) to learn how VA patients can help share their health information between their VA providers and providers outside the VA and 2) if sharing this information is useful to providers and improves care received.

Quality Improvement and Personalization for Statins

The investigators are trying to understand the impact of the new VA/DoD cholesterol guidelines on primary care clinics and what the VA or the clinic could do to help clinicians and teamlets improve their statin use. To do this, the investigators will talk to providers about these guidelines and perform a brief intervention to help providers meet the guidelines' recommendations.

Comparison Study Between Cefdinir & Amoxicilline/Clavulanate in Acute Sinusitis and Assessment of Quality of Life

This study is a comparison between two commonly used antibiotics (Cefdinir vs. Amoxicillin/Clavulanate) in patients with acute sinus infection, surveying quality of life. The hypothesis is that the two treatments would be at the least equivalent based on clinical outcome measures of improvement in quality of life.

Assessment of Telehome Monitoring in Patients on Peritoneal Dialysis: A Multicentre Randomized Controlled Trial

Compared to hemodialysis, patients on peritoneal dialysis live longer and healthier, have a higher quality of life and cost approximately $40,000 less to the healthcare system per patient per year. However, only 18% of dialysis patients in Canada currently use peritoneal dialysis because patients often feel isolated from the healthcare team and lack the confidence to manage treatments by themselves. This study will assess a telehome monitoring system (eQ Connect™), allowing f...

Web-based Clinical Pedagogy Program to Enhance Nurse Preceptors' Teaching Competency

The study aims to develop a Web-based clinical pedagogy program (WCP) for nurse preceptors; compare the WCP with the current preceptorship course on clinical teaching competence, assessment techniques and self-efficacy; examine nurse preceptors' attitudes toward Web-based learning; and explore the preceptors' perspectives of WCP.

Tailored Motivational Interviewing Implementation-Effectiveness Trial in Multidisciplinary Adolescent HIV Care Settings

The goal of this study is to test a multi-faceted Tailored Motivational Interviewing Implementation intervention (TMI), based on the Dynamic Adaptation Process (DAP) to scale up an Evidence-based Practice (EBP) in multidisciplinary adolescent HIV care settings while balancing flexibility and fidelity. A mixed-methods design will be used, in which the dominant method is quantitative (a dynamic wait-listed design; DWLD) to determine the impact of TMI on the integration of MI wit...

Development and Dissemination of Oral Health Risk Assessment and Referral Guidelines

Purpose: 1. Revise the existing oral health risk assessment tool (known as the Encounter Form in the IRB-approved project DENT-1527) and develop accompanying guidelines for its use and distribution. 2. Evaluate the education intervention to accompany the distribution of the new risk assessment tool - the Priority Oral Health Risk Assessment and Referral Tool - PORRT and guidelines. 3. Evaluate the extent to which the education interventi...

Rapid Assessment of Donor Liver Quality

Aims: 1. Conduct multi-center, prospective and open research on liver quality assessment and establish LSCM liver quality assessment system 2. Classification of liver quality grades by LSCM for different pathological conditions (steatosis, fibrosis, hepatocyte necrosis, etc.) 3. Compare the specificity and sensitivity of LSCM evaluation results with the results of liver donor quality evaluation and intraoperative pathological biopsy results. ...


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