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12:14 EST 14th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Exercise and Activity Guidance in Older Adults With Diabetes

The purpose of the project is to better understand how exercise and education will help mobility and health in older adults with diabetes. The investigators are trying to learn what type of exercises and classes are needed to help older adults stay active. This knowledge will eventually prove useful in helping patients and doctors understand what is needed to keep older adults with Type 2 diabetes as healthy as possible.


Reducing Stress in Adolescents and Young Adults With T1D to Improve Diabetes Care

Adolescence and young adulthood may be particularly stressful developmental periods due to the numerous transitions into new roles and the need for increased independence. Stress can affect metabolic control in older adolescents and young adults with T1D directly through its impact on cortisol and other hormones that affect insulin metabolism. The proposed study is a pilot randomized clinical trial using a three-group randomized, repeated measures design to assess the efficacy...

Diabetes Care Management Compared to Standard Diabetes Care in Adolescents and Young Adults With Type 1 Diabetes

Structured transition program for adolescents and young adults with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) improves diabetes clinic attendance as well as glycemic control after transition from pediatric to adult diabetes care.


Transitions of Care Stroke Disparity Study (TCSD-S)

The TCSD Study will identify disparities in transitions of stroke care and key factors associated with effective transitions of care through structured telephone interviews to evaluate medication adherence, healthy lifestyle, utilization of rehabilitation interventions and medical follow-up 30 days after hospital discharge to home in 2,400 participants across 6 comprehensive stroke centers (CSC) in Florida. A novel Transitions of Stroke Care Performance Index (TOSC PI) correlat...

Partnering With Patients for Improving Medication Safety During Transitions of Care: Implications for Work System Design

This project is to develop, implement, pilot evaluate, and disseminate a medication safety program (HomeTeam) that consolidates strategies to help patients by partnering with patients and their informal caregivers during transitions from hospital to home. Care transitions, especially from hospital to home, are high-risk periods for medication errors, and are frequently associated with serious adverse drug events (ADEs) and preventable readmissions. Older adults with multi-morbi...

Impact of an Automated Telephone Intervention on Glycosylated Hemoglobin (HbA1c) in Type 2 Diabetes

Aim 1. Determine the impact of a daily, automated telephone intervention on HbA1c levels compared to standard care in older patients with type 2 diabetes. Aim 2. Determine the impact of the automated telephone intervention compared to standard care on adherence to prescribed SMBG frequency in older patients with type 2 diabetes. Aim 3. Determine the impact of the automated telephone intervention compared to standard care on self-reported diabetic control problems in older ...

Progressing Home Health Rehabilitation for Older Adults

This research study explores the effects of a progressive, multi-component intervention following a stay in the hospital or rehabilitation facility. The purpose of this research study is to compare a multi-component intervention (higher intensity exercise, nutritional supplementation, and greater emphasis on functionally enhanced care transitions) with usual care physical therapy.

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Group Education Curriculum for Older Teens With Type 1 Diabetes

SMART T1D is a research study that offers interactive diabetes education for teens with type 1 diabetes in peer groups led by diabetes nurse educators. Participants in the study will be randomly assigned to either receive three of the group sessions in addition to their routine clinic care or to receive their usual diabetes clinic care.

Southeastern Diabetes Initiative Clinical Intervention

The purpose of the Southeastern Diabetes Initiative Clinical Intervention is to augment existing standard of care in an effort to (1) improve population level diabetes management, health outcomes and quality of life for diagnosed and undiagnosed adults living with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, (2) reduce disparities in diabetes management, health outcomes and quality of life for adults living with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, and (3) reduce healthcare costs associated with Type 2 Diab...

Emotional Disorders and Outcomes in Adults With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus at Primary Care

This study aims to determine which factors are related to change in diabetes-related distress and change in depressive symptoms after three years of follow-up in Asian adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus in primary care. The investigators will explore the impact of patient demographics, cardiometabolic control, medications adherence, health-related quality of life, self-efficacy and self-management behaviors on diabetes-related distress and depressive symptoms.

Frailty Prevention Program to Prevent Frailty Among Older African Americans

Between 20-60% of older adults experience frailty as they age. Frailty is a clinical state of increased vulnerability resulting from aging-associated declines in biological reserve across multiple physiologic systems. Because of the lack of biological reserve, relatively minor physical or psychological assaults have the potential to trigger a cascade of negative sequelae for frail older adults resulting in adverse health outcomes including mortality, disability in basic and ins...

Improving Medication Adherence in Older African Americans With Diabetes

This research aims to help older African Americans with diabetes and mild memory problems improve how they take their medications and control their diabetes. This may preserve their independence and health, prevent cognitive and functional decline, and reduce health care costs. As the population ages and becomes more racially diverse, finding ways to achieve these outcomes has great public health importance.

Community Assets Supporting Transitions (CAST)

The aim of this study is to test a support program for older adults with symptoms of depression and other chronic health problems after they are discharged home from hospital. The study will be conducted in three communities in Ontario (Sudbury, Burlington, and Hamilton) and the program will be implemented with input from community members. The program will be delivered by a Registered Nurse, who will provide support to patients via home visits and telephone calls. The nurse's ...

Shared Care for Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Across the Primary and Secondary Health Care Sector

The aim of the study is to test the effect of a new shared care model for type 2 diabetes care and compare it with a standardized care management program in a specialized hospital-based out-patient clinic. The hypothesis is that participants with type 2 diabetes followed in a shared care program will have a comparable outcome in HbA1c to participants receiving standard care.

Evaluation of Diabetes Self-Management Consultant Care

The purpose of this study is to find out if Self-Management Consultant (SMC) intervention will be more effective than usual care in improving blood glucose control and diabetes-related quality of life for adults with type 2 diabetes.

The Effect of Exercise on Cognition in Older Adults At-risk for Diabetes: A Feasibility Pilot Study

Older adults with type 2 diabetes experience cognitive decline and are at higher risk for developing dementia. Consequently, older adults at-risk for developing type 2 diabetes (based on body mass, glucose levels) are at higher risk for cognitive decline, and intervening at this point may prevent or delay the onset of such decline. One promising lifestyle intervention that has been shown to improve cognitive function in other populations is exercise. However, before investigato...

Foot Self-care in Older Adults

This pilot study will make a preliminary evaluation of the efficacy of 2 Feet 4 Life, a foot care self-management program, on foot care knowledge, foot care self-efficacy, foot care behaviors, and foot pain in community dwelling older adults without diabetes mellitus.

Sitagliptin in the Elderly

Diabetes is common in the elderly; by the age of 70, approximately 25% of the population will have diabetes. Unfortunately, currently available medications are often not as effective or not well tolerated in older adults. Sitagliptin is a new medication in a new class of agent called incretins. Incretins have many potential advantages for the treatment of diabetes in the elderly. They stimulate insulin secretion, which is impaired in all older people with diabetes. The inc...

Web-based Guided Self-Determination Intervention for Adults With Type 2 Diabetes in General Practice

The overall aim of this study is to assess the effectiveness of a web-based Guided Self-Determination program among adults with type 2 diabetes in general practice in order to improve diabetes self-management behaviours and HbA1c through enhanced patient activation, self-care competence, and autonomy.

Type One Diabetes and Low Carb Study

The investigators have identified a support group on social media with ~1500 members (children and adults), the majority of whom have T1DM and follow a carbohydrate-restricted diet. Many participants report exceptionally low HbA1C and insulin requirements. If these anecdotal reports are reflective of a large group of people with type 1 diabetes, a clinical trial would be warranted. The investigators propose to survey the above-mentioned group and their professional diabe...

Effects of Different Mode of Exercise Training on Type 2 Diabetes

Randomized study on the comparison between aerobic training versus progressive resistance training over a 2 months period for older adults with type 2 diabetes. The hypothesis is that progressive resistance training is just as effective as aerobic training on Hba1c and could be an alternative training for those older diabetic patients who cannot participate in aerobic exercise.

Translating Telephonic Diabetes Self-management Support to Primary Care Practice

The goal of this study is to evaluate the implementation and effectiveness of an intervention to improve diabetes self-management, emotional distress and metabolic control among adults with type 2 diabetes receiving care in primary care practices throughout New York City. The program will be implemented by the New York City Department of Health, through their Primary Care Improvement Project.

Hypoglycaemia in People With Type 2 Diabetes in Primary Care

Despite type 2 diabetes comprising the majority of cases of diabetes, the overall frequency of hypoglycaemia in this group has not been as carefully documented as in type 1 diabetes, particularly in relation to the clinical use of individual therapies in primary care. The aim of this study is to provide robust data on the frequency and severity of hypoglycaemia in people with type 2 diabetes managed in primary care, and assess and explore associated risk factors.

Continuous Glucose Monitoring During Intecorse in Young Adults With Type 1 Diabetes

Determine the incidence of hypoglycemia during / after sexual intercourse among young adults with type 1 diabetes using continuous -type sugar meter IPRO for a week.

Get In Touch Phase 2

The objective of the Get In Touch - Phase 2 (GIT-2) study was to evaluate a diabetes care support intervention facilitated by cellular-enabled glucose meters in adults with persistent poor control of type 2 diabetes.


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