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Modified Paramedian Versus Conventional Technique in the Residency Training: An Observational Study

Residency training includes positive and negative aspects. Well-trained doctors must be educated, but the process may bring additional risks to patients. Anesthesiologists' performance when conducting neuraxial anesthesia is related to their experience. We hypothesized that a modified neuraxial anesthesia method would improve both residency training and patient safety.


Study of the Impact of a Pain Diary in Pediatric Patients

The purpose of this study is to show the impact of a pain diary on the communication of pain by pediatric patients. Participants will be given a pain diary after consent and asked to complete the record each time they have pain. A survey about the efficacy of the pain diary will be taken prior to discharge by the nurse, physician, patient and parents. The hypothesis is that the pain diary will improve the communication.

Impact of Mindful Awareness Practices in Pediatric Residency Training

This study evaluates the effect of a standardized mindfulness based intervention compared to control on self-reported levels of stress in residency trainees.


Pediatric Residency Training On Tobacco

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a specialized, technology-based training program in tobacco prevention is more effective than standard training for pediatric residents who counsel youth and their parents.

Impact of an ICU Diary on the Well-being of Patients and Families. A Prospective Multicenter Mixed Study

The purpose of this study is to assess the influence of an ICU diary implemented during the ICU stay on the psychological well-being of patients and families after ICU discharge.

Evaluation of Traditional Paper Symptom Diary vs. the VOCEL Mobile Diary

This study is designed to evaluate a traditional paper symptom diary system versus the VOCEL Mobile Diary. Subjects will be issued in a random order each system and asked their preference at the end of their participation.

Impact of an Intensive Care Diary on Post-traumatic Stress Disorder After a Resuscitated Sudden Death

Sudden death is a public health problem with more than 300,000 cases per year in USA and 40,000 cases per year in France. Moreover, despite all recent therapeutic improvements (therapeutic hypothermia, new techniques of resuscitation…), the prognosis remains drastically poor and less than 50% of the patients admitted alive at hospital will survive to the event at 1 year. Outside all medications and technical care to improve patient prognosis, a psychological evaluation...

Incidence of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) Carriage Rates in Resident Physicians

One hundred new residents will be recruited prior to the start of residency and followed prospectively for a year. Monthly nasal swabs will be performed to identify colonization with methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).The proportion of study subjects colonized with MRSA at the end of 1 year will be calculated.

DOT Diary Optimization Pilot

The researchers are working with a technology company, AiCure, to develop a smartphone app, DOT Diary, which combines two drug adherence strategies. DOT Diary reminds people when it is time to take their medication, and uses motion-sensing technology to visually and automatically confirm the pill was swallowed. The goal of this study is to understand people's experiences using this new app while taking HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for the prevention of HIV.

CBCT for Spiritual Health Clinicians

The Emory University Spiritual Health department will incorporate Cognitively-Based Compassion Training (CBCT) into their training curriculum beginning in Fall 2017, which provides the opportunity to compare students receiving the CBCT addendum with those receiving traditional chaplaincy training. This is a naturalistic study that examines the impact of incorporating CBCT into Emory's spiritual caregiver training program. The researchers will examine the effect of CBCT on empat...

PICU Patient Diary

The PICU-Diary study is a prospective single centre pilot study in the Pediatric Critical Care Unit at McMaster Children's Hospital. We will evaluate the impressions of family caregivers and healthcare providers on the PICU Patient Diary, and its acceptability for use in the PICU, using mixed methods. We will assess the feasibility of assessing the impact of a patient diary on PICU outcomes and psychological distress in critically ill children, 1 month following PICU discharge.

DOT Diary Mobile App for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Adherence in Young Men

The researchers are working with a technology company, AiCure, to develop a smartphone app, DOT Diary, which combines two drug adherence strategies. DOT Diary reminds people when it is time to take their medication, and uses motion-sensing technology to visually and automatically confirm the pill was swallowed. The goal of this study is to assess the impact of the app on adherence to HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for the prevention of HIV.

EPIDOGS Digital Seizure Diary for Owners of Alerting Dogs

During a three-month period, the study subjects will be using an electronic diary app that they can download and install on their smartphones to register the occurrence of seizures and also to register the potential alerting behaviour of their dogs. This information will increase the knowledge of the accuracy of these alerts.

Effect of Treatment Dairy for Spasticity

1. Assessing whether the treatment diary can help optimize the overall treatment of patients. 2. To assess whether the patient finds the treatment diary useful and worth spending time on. Also if the patient finds it easier to evaluate the treatment and, if necessary, set new goals. 3. To assess whether the patient's quality of life is increased by the use of the treatment diary.

A Study to Evaluate a Diary for Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs)

The aim of the study is to design and evaluate a PROMs diary for cancer patients to self report side effects and experiences of their treatment, and thereby create a detailed account of treatment related adverse events and their impact on daily activities to share with the care team.

Sleep Application Diary and Sleep Hygiene in Adolescents

The purpose of this study will be to see if adolescents can advance bedtime above what can be accomplished by counseling alone simply by inputting their information into a sleep application diary and reporting this information back to their sleep doctor.

Mindful Construal Dairies: Can the MCD Increase Mindfulness and Mindful Eating in Bariatric Surgery Patients

The study aims to test the Mindful Construal Diary (MCD- a mindful eating intervention) initially developed by Mantzios and Wilson (2014). The diary aims to facilitate weight-loss, while also promoting a present centred awareness to current food consumption. There has yet to be any research testing the MCD in clinical populations.

Symptom Control 1-year After Circular Stapler Anopexy or Diathermy Excision for Prolapsed Haemorhoids

Background: In an international randomised controlled trial we studied how patient self-reported symptoms improved after either a stapled anopexy operation or a diathermy excision of the haemorrhoids. Methods: The study involved 18 hospitals in Sweden, Denmark and the UK. Two hundred and seven patients were randomised. After exclusion of 27 patients, 90 in both groups were operated and followed one year. Patients provided self-reported symptoms before surgery and aft...

Comparing the Usability of an Electronic Bladder Diary and a Paper Bladder Diary

This piece of research is a single centre, two-way cross over, prospective study to compare the outcomes and experience of patients completing a paper bladder diary and an electronic version. This project aims to examine whether an electronic bladder diary can improve data quality compared to a paper bladder diary. Participants will attend an introduction appointment within the Urology Department at Royal Hallamshire Hospital. The participant will complete the bladder diaries a...

The Surgical Education Culture Optimization Through Targeted Interventions Based on National Comparative Data - "The SECOND Trial"

Due to a number of factors, including power differentials and adverse events, residents are susceptible to mistreatment (i.e., discrimination, harassment, and abuse) and toxic outcomes (i.e., burnout, attrition, and suicide). Our subsequent work following the FIRST Trial identified considerable variation in program-level rates of resident-reported burnout, severe stress, gender discrimination, racial discrimination, sexual harassment, and verbal abuse. To investigate these issu...

Assessment of an Orthopedic Surgery Rotation on Musculoskeletal Competency in Emergency Medicine Residency Training

Patient commonly present with orthopedic injuries in the emergency department. Musculoskeletal education has not historically been emphasized in American medical schools, and the effectiveness of an orthopedic surgery rotation has not been well studied in emergency medicine (EM) training. Competency in musculoskeletal education has been tested previously with a validated instrument, the basic competency exam (BCE), to assess baseline knowledge in primary care and emergency phys...

A Study of Outcomes and Events of Interest in Pregnant Women, Neonates and Infants and of RSV Surveillance

The purpose of this study is to assess pregnancy outcomes, and maternal, as well as neonatal events of interest in healthy pregnant women and their newborns. The study will also determine incidence of lower respiratory tract infections (LRTI) caused by respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in the newborns during their first year of life.

Trial on Laparoscopic Simulation Based on Mentoring

More than 50 residents in surgical specialities (OB&G, General surgery and Urology) from a single university in Italy will be randomized into two groups, after a stratification based on residency year and laparoscopic/simulator experience. The first one will train to FLS (fundamentals of laparoscopic surgery) following pre-recorded instruction from course materials; the second one will be mentored by a proctor in single training section. The aim is to evaluate the best way to t...

Self-Awareness of Symptoms, Signs and Medical Compliance Using a Patient Diary in Heart Failure Management

Before a HF patient gets maximally decompensated and visit emergency department, most patients experience symptoms and signs of "on-going decompensation (or pre-decompensation)", which may not be noticed by the patients. If HF patients were aware of symptoms and signs of ADHF and received early intervention to stop the process of "on-going decompensation (or pre-decompensation)", we would reduce the rate of hospitalization for ADHF or death. Thus, self-awareness and self-examin...

Poly-ICLC to Prevent Respiratory Viral Infections - A Safety Study

This study will examine the safety of an experimental medication called Poly-ICLC, developed for preventing or reducing the severity of infections from influenza and other viruses acquired through the nose, mouth and lungs. The study is divided into two parts, in which Poly-ICLC is tested at different dose levels. Healthy people between 18 and 70 years of age who have no chronic medical problems may be eligible for this study. Participants undergo the following procedures: ...


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