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Influence of Lifestyle Redesign® on Health, Social Participation, Leisure and Mobility of Older French-Canadians

To address population aging, health professionals, including occupational therapists, need to engage in effective interventions. The preventive occupational therapy intervention called Lifestyle Redesign® empowers older adults to regularly perform healthy and fulfilling activities. Lifestyle Redesign® has been shown to benefit physical and mental health and be cost-effective. This pilot study explored the influence of Lifestyle Redesign® on older French- Canadians' he...

Effects of a Video-based mHealth Program

Homebound older adults are among the highest users in health care systems. The high use of health care services is related to their physical limitations compounded by complex health and social care needs. Homebound older adults can be difficult to reach because they seldom participate and engage in community services due to their functional limitations, which leaves their health needs largely unrecognized at an earlier stage. This study tries to bring this group of older adults...


Multiple Chronic Conditions for Older Adults

Multiple chronic conditions are common and expensive among patients aged ≥65 and are associated with lower quality of life, poorer response to treatment, worse medical and psychiatric outcomes, higher mortality, and higher costs of care. The primary purpose of this study is to conduct a randomized clinical trial (RCT) to examine the effects of C-CHESS--a web-based intervention--on health outcomes and healthcare use among older adults with several chronic health conditions, s...

Adapted Yoga for Inactive Older Adults

There is evidence that yoga has beneficial effects on several aspects of physical and mental health. However, few studies have explored the acceptability and health effects of yoga in older adults. This preliminary study will explore the effects of a 10-week yoga intervention on physical function and quality of life in older adults. Data collected in this study will be used to inform the design of a subsequent adequately-powered randomised controlled trial.

A Cluster Randomised Trial of Community-led Distribution of HIV Self-tests in Rural Malawi (HIV Self-Testing Africa [STAR])

The aim of this study is to determine the benefits, costs and safety of community-led delivery of HIV self-testing (HIVST) kits in rural Malawi, with a focus on testing and linkage to care and prevention services among defined population sub-groups: men, adolescents aged 15-19 years old, and adults aged 40 years or older.

Deprescribing in Primary Health Care

Medications can help older adults but can also harm them. Frail older adults tend to have many health problems that require treatment, but are also at risk of harm from the medications prescribed. This makes it hard to get older adults the treatments they need and keep them safe from the harms from medications. It ends up that a lot of visits to emergency rooms and hospitals are due to medications, especially for older adults. Previous research has shown the benefits of stoppin...

Effects of mHealth on Promoting Self-care Health Management Among Older Adults in the Community

Many of the existing mobile health (mHealth) apps designed in a reactive care approach, in which people do not receive individualized care until they consulted health care professionals through the apps. This proposal endeavors to develop a proactive mHealth application on promoting self-care ability and health among older adults to examine the differential benefits of adding nurse interaction supported by an integrated health-social partnership model in the use of mHealth.

Guided Care: Integrating High Tech and High Touch

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the effect of a Guided Care nurse on the quality of the health and well-being of the frail elderly. A specially trained registered nurse will work closely with 1-3 primary care physicians to provide the most complex older patients (and their unpaid caregivers) with health care that is comprehensive, coordinated, patient-centered, and proactive. The study will evaluate the effects of Guided Care on: - older persons' physical and ment...

Effect of Art Museum Activity Program for the Elderly on Health: A Pilot Observational Study

Older adults, defined as 65 years or older, are increasing in number and representing a larger part of Canadian population. Assessing and addressing the needs of this growing number of individuals is essential. Practicing art and/or being involved in cultural programs could enhance health and quality of life of older adults. The overall objective of the proposal is to describe the characteristics (i.e.; socio-demographic, health condition and quality of life) and their changes ...

Metformin for Preventing Frailty in High-risk Older Adults

Frailty is a geriatric syndrome which leads to poor health outcomes in older adults, such as falls, disability, hospitalization, institutionalization, and death. Due to the dramatic growth in the U.S. aging population and the health care costs associated with frailty (estimated at more than $18 billion per year), frailty is a major health care problem. There has been little research into potential pharmacologic interventions that would delay or reduce the incidence of frailty. ...

High-need Community Older Adults Care Delivery Model

This study is proposed to: (1) establish a "High-need Community Older Adults Care Delivery Model" (HCOACDM) as a guide to handle complex needs of the high-need community older adults by the care managers at community care centers; and (2) evaluate the effectiveness of applying the HCOACDM to improve the functional ability, quality of life (QOL), depressive symptoms, healthcare and social service utilizations, and care delivery satisfaction of the high-need community older adult...

The Impact of Riboflavin on Sports-related Concussion: A Randomized Control Trial

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of riboflavin to decrease the duration of time for a student-athlete to return to participation in sports after a sports related concussion.

Optimizing Hospital-to-Home Transitions for Older Adults With Stroke and Multimorbidity

Stroke is the leading cause of death and adult disability in Canada. Sixty percent of these older adults (> 65 years) will return to their homes after a stroke and will require ongoing rehabilitation. About 92% of older adults have two or more chronic conditions. These patients often require services from a number of providers in a number of settings and are therefore, susceptible to fragmented health care when transitioning from hospital to home. New interventions are needed t...

Transforming Primary Care for Older Canadians Living With Frailty

It is well known that older Canadians are high users of health care services. What is less well known is that the health care system is not well-designed to meet the needs of those who use it most. Older persons look to their primary care practitioners to assess their needs and coordinate their care. Unfortunately, the health concerns of older persons are often missed in too-short office visits. They may need care from a variety of providers and services, but this care is often...

Effects of RLIC on Motor Learning in Middle-aged and Older Adults

The purpose of this research is to determine if the beneficial effects of remote limb ischemic conditioning on learning seen in young adults are found in middle-aged and older adults.

A Community Health Worker Program to Support Rural Older Adults

This study will investigate an intervention delivered by community health workers for older adults with signs of cognitive impairment, mobility loss, and depression in the rural primary care setting.

Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment in Primary Care: A Randomised Feasibility Trial

The study aims to explore feasibility of implementing a tailored CGA to older adults with frailty and evaluate staff and patients perception of the intervention. In line with this, the objectives of the study are: 1. To assess applicability of finding older adults with frailty using eFI and delivering subsequent CGA and care planning at patients' home 2. To investigate staff and older adults' perception of CGA programme 3. To assess the health care resource ...

The Impact of Community Exercise on Social Connectedness and Falls in Older Adults: Leveraging Exercise to Age in Place

The goal of this study is to reduce risk of falls and social isolation in older adults age 50+ through participation in community based health and exercise programs.

Safety of Sports for Patients With Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillators

The registry will obtain information to determine the safety of sports participation for patients with defibrillators (ICDs).

Healthy Living Programme for Older Adults

Malnutrition, risk of falls and medication incidents are commonly faced by the older adults. This study aimed to provide health education to community-dwelling older adults and to assess the effectiveness of a Healthy Living Program (HLP) to older adults in terms of fall prevention, drug management and healthy eating habits.

Patient-centered Mobile Health Intervention to Improve Self-care in Patients With Chronic Heart Failure

Approximately 6.5 million people have heart failure (HF) in the United States, and 960,000 new cases are reported each year. HF is one of the most common hospital diagnosis among older adults. About 40% of patients are readmitted within 1-year following their first admission for HF and hospitalization accounts for approximately 80% of the costs of HF management. This pilot study aims to assess the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary efficacy of a patient-centered mobile...

The eDosette Pilot Study

Medication non-adherence can lead to serious health issues for older adults. This study is a four week study in older adults using a new device, the eDosette, which dispenses and records how one takes their medications, and subsequently makes this information available to the primary care team by the internet. This study aims to show that the eDosette can report how well a group of older adults living independently in the community are taking their medications (e.g. "medication...

The Healthy Meal Program

The Richmond Health and Wellness Program (RHWP) is an innovative and emerging nurse-led inter-professional wellness and care coordination model that represents a holistic and integrated approach to community based care. The model addresses unmet health care needs of vulnerable adults residing in low-income housing designated for older adults with a goal of helping them to "age in place" while improving quality of life through health equity. Through the promotion of wellness and...

Pilot Project: Community Health Assessment Program Through Emergency Medical Services

Older adults living in subsidized housing report poorer health. Their low income and age make it harder for them to use community services. Many older adults have heart disease and diabetes, which lead to frequent emergency calls and hospital admissions. To decrease the costs of treating heart disease and diabetes through emergency and hospitalization, improved screening and health education is needed. The Community Health Assessment Program through Emergency Medical Services (...

Impact of Increased Protein Density Diet to Muscle Mass and Strength Among Mid-aged and Older Adults

The subjects of this intervention program are mainly based on community-dwelling mid-aged and older adults. The investigator's program will provide meals containing different proportionated protein.As this project is a double blind test, only the investigators will know which subject corresponding to specific group of diets. Besides, the investigators use the valued-based healthcare standard set as well as the Center for Epidemiological Studies-Depression, Charlson's comorbidi...

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