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Short-term Efficacy of Reducing Screen-based Media Use

The purpose of this randomized controlled trial is to investigate the short-term efficacy of reducing recreational screen-based media use on physical activity patterns, sleep, physiological stress in families at least one child between 6-10 years of age.

Reduction of Screen-Based Media Use in Families With Children: a Randomized Pilot Trial

The purpose of this pilot experiment is threefold. 1. To assess the efficacy of the recruitment strategy 2. To assess the acceptability and feasibility of the outcome measurement methods obtained in free-living in the participants homes 3. To assess the acceptability of the prescribed interventions to reduce screen media use

Media Use in Preschooler Study (MUPS)

Childhood obesity is an epidemic and increasing. There are very few effective treatments for obesity in children. Recent studies have shown an association between obesity and sedentary behaviors such as television, video viewing and playing video games ('screen time') in preschool aged children. A school based intervention to reduce screen time in older children has been effective in preventing obesity. The reduction of screen time may lead to the prevention of obesity and ...

The Effect of Screen Time on Recovery From Concussion

This study will prospectively examine the effect of screen time on recovery from concussion. Patients 12 to 25 years of age presenting to the ED with a concussion will be randomized to allow for screen time as tolerated or to abstain from screen time for the first 48 hours of recovery. The amount of screen time use and duration of concussive symptoms will be assessed through daily surveys and a daily post-concussive symptom score (PCSS).

"Touch 2 Screen" Multi-media Colorectal Cancer Screening Intervention

The primary purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of a multi-media presentation and survey to increase screening for colorectal cancer. Content of this presentation is based on the concept of "implementation intentions," an advanced planning model taken from the Theory of Planned Behavior. The multi-media presentation is delivered in a touch-screen computer format and contains messages about colorectal cancer that are tailored to each participant based on in...

Kids FIRST: Family-based Intervention to Reduce Snacking and Screen Time in Children

Kids FIRST was a 12-week, four arm, home- and school-based pilot randomised controlled trial to reduce screen-time and unhealthy snacking with assessments at pre- (baseline) and post-intervention. Four UK schools were randomised to control or one of three interventions - Group 1: targeting reductions in screen-time and unhealthy snacking (ST+Sn), Group 2: targeting reductions in screen-time only (ST), Group 3: targeting reductions in unhealthy snacking only (Sn). Intervention g...

Development and Validation of an Automated Measurement of Child Screen Media Use: FLASH

Children's screen media use has been identified as a prominent cause for sedentary time that has been linked to obesity and metabolic syndrome, as well as other unwanted physiologic, psychosocial, and academic outcomes in children. However, no system that is automatic, accurate and unobtrusive has been developed to assess children's screen use on different platforms. Advances in technology, such as person detection, accurate facial recognition based on images, and imaging, comp...

Good Intentions Study

The purpose of this study is to explore the effects of an intervention designed to help increase physical activity and decrease screen time.

Parental Education and Children's Screen Time

The study was to investigate the efficacy of a parental educational program on reducing screen use, and improving sleep quality and psychosocial adaptations in children aged 4-6 years.

Watching Live VIA/VILI Examinations on a Digital Screen May Reduce Patients' Anxiety

The purpose of this study is to assess whether the degree of anxiety experienced by women undergoing visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA) and Lugol's iodine (VILI) can be reduced by watching the procedure in real-time on a digital screen.

Fit 5 Kids Screen Time Reduction Curriculum for Latino Preschoolers

Childhood obesity and metabolic risk are at record high levels in the US, and Latino children are at very high risk. This project will test an intervention called Fit 5 Kids, designed for Latino preschoolers to decrease their screen time in order to promote physical activity and healthy eating, and to prevent obesity. Ultimately, this line of research has the potential to provide an effective program to reduce risk of obesity for Latinos in the Head Start program and other pres...

Screen and Treat for Cervical Cancer Prevention

The study measures the impact of "screen–and-treat" on the prevalence of high-grade cervical intraepithelial neoplasia and cancer (CIN 2+). It is a three-arm, randomized clinical trial comparing two “screen-and-treat” approaches to delayed evaluation as a control. The primary outcome is biopsy-confirmed CIN 2+ at 6 months and significant complications within 6 months of randomization with continued follow-up to detect CIN2+ and other complications up to 36 months post-ran...

EpxCogScreen -- A Phone-based Rapid Cognitive Screen (RCS)

EpxCogScreen is a phone-based intervention to administer the Rapid Cognitive Screen, a validated screening tool for dementia, over SMS text messaging. The results of the screen are sent to the physician automatically, which allows physicians to monitor their patients and gives them the ability to respond rapidly to any concerns of cognitive decline. In this study, patients' at-home RCS scores done by EpxCogScreen will be compared to their in-clinic RCS scores, and to clinical d...

Rx for Success: RCT of an App for Dialogic Reading Training

The purpose of this randomized controlled trial is to explore the efficacy of amplifying dialogic reading training provided to families of infants and toddlers in the ROR program using a novel, smartphone-based application (Rx for Success; RS). The RS app includes videos modeling dialogic reading for a variety of child ages, interactive games, and text messaging reminders to empower parents and other caregivers to increase constructive cognitive and social-emotional stimulation...

Dysphagia Evaluation After Stroke- Incidence and Effect of Oral Screen Intervention on Swallowing Dysfunction

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of a specific rehabilitation program with oral screen used in stroke patients with persistent oral-and pharyngeal dysphagia.

Physical Activity and Screen-Time Regulations in Childcare Centers - Aim 2

Objective is to examine the physical activity and screen-time behaviors of children enrolled in licensed childcare centers before and after the enactment of new state regulations.

To Compare the Strategies of Universal Antibiotic Prophylaxis Versus Screen-and-treat in Reducing Infective Complications and Re-infection in Women Who Undergo Termination of Pregnancy

Screen-and-treat approach reduces postabortal pelvic inflammatory disease after induced abortion, and at the same time alters women's sexual behavior and prevents further re-infection by sexually transmitted infections when compared to the universal antibiotic prophylaxis strategy.

Physical Activity and Screen-Time Regulations in Childcare Centers - Aim 1

The goal of this project is to examine the physical activity and screen-time environment of licensed childcare centers before and after the enactment of new state regulations.

Computer Debriefing and Screen-based Simulation

Debriefing after simulation plays a crucial role in student learning and medical practice. This paper focuses on impact of computer debriefing technique on knowledge retention of midwives during screen-based simulation of neonatal resuscitation.


Detection of Group A Streptococcus (GAS) in Oral Cavity

The investigators intend to screen children who are suspected of having GAS tonsillitis. From each child we will take a throat culture and saliva sample to screen for molecular evidence of GAS.

Restricted Useful Field View as a Risk Factor in Older Adults

The relationship between Useful Field of Vision (UFOV) and falls taken by the elderly will be investigated. UFOV is a test which measures visual attention. The test has been used in correlating the visual attention in the elderly with their driving safety record. The test is administered using a computer and consists of three parts: a) subject views figures which appear in the center of the computer screen and identified them as quickly as possible; b)the subject has to ide...

Strategic Screening for Infectious Diseases (Tuberculosis, HIV, HBV, HCV) Amongst Migrants in France

To evaluate the efficacy of a new screening for infectious diseases: tuberculosis, HIV, HBV and HCV, based on risk factors questionnaires (TB screen for tuberculosis and TROD screen for HIV and hepatitis) amongst a population of legal migrants during their mandatory medical check-up. This study aims for a global improvement of screening and care for migrants.

The Brigance Assessment Of Individual Neurodevelopment In Young Children With Sickle Cell Disease- 2

A preliminary study was conducted involving 88 three-year-old children with sickle cell disease (SCD) who were followed at the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Sickle Cell Center.(1)They were offered developmental screening with the Brigance Preschool Screen-II test during their regular clinic visits from January 2006 to August 2008. Data from this work showed that 50% of 3 year old children with SCD had low developmental screening scores. In addition, the low scores were ...

HPV-Based Screen-and-Treat Demonstration Project in Lilongwe

The purpose of this study is to assess completion and performance of the following novel invasive cervical cancer (ICC) screen-and-treat algorithm among 625 HIV-positive women in Lilongwe, Malawi: 1) rapid testing of self-collected vaginal brush for primary high risk (hr)-human papillomavirus (HPV), 2) same-day visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA) for women who are hr-HPV positive, and 3) thermocoagulation for VIA positive/ablation-eligible (by cervical colposcopy) women.

Observational Study of Preoperative Screen for Substance Abuse

Substance abuse is a growing problem world wide, and treatment of substance abusers in the perioperative period, especially for emergency operation is challenging. The objectives of this study are to determine the proportions of substance abusers in the trauma patients undergoing emergency operation by preoperative screen, observe the differences of consumption of anesthetics and other medications during perioperative period between substance abusers and non-abusers, as well as...

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