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Weight Loss Treatment for Veterans With Binge Eating

Inclusion Criteria: aged 21 and older, BMI>=25, and presence of recurrent binge eating on the MOVE! Survey. Exclusion Criteria: more than 4 MOVE! sessions in the prior year; active psychosis or suicidal ideation; medical or psychiatric illness, or cognitive deficits that interfere with providing consent or completing assessments, and; pregnancy or lactation. Participants will be recruited from the VA's MOVE! Program at VA Connecticut Healthcare System (both Newington and West ...


SMART Stepped Care Management for Low Back Pain in the Military Health System

This study will be sequential, randomization trial where patients with chronic low back pain are initially randomized to receive 1 of 2 treatments (physical therapy OR Move 2 Health). This will be Phase I of the study intervention. Patients who do not respond to treatment after 6 weeks will undergo a subsequent sequential randomization. This will be Phase II of the study intervention. Patients in Phase II will be randomized to receive 1 of 2 treatments (addition of physical the...

Dissemination of a Weight Management Program Among US Veterans

This study is being conducted with the Veterans Affairs National Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (VANCP), which is overseeing the current dissemination of MOVE! (Managing Overweight/Obesity for Veterans Everywhere), a national weight management program for veterans. It will be based at 10 local sites in the national network of VA medical settings and community-based outpatient clinics and will compare two different models for disseminating and implementing M...


The Move for Your Health Pilot Study

The Move for Your Health Pilot Study is a 16-week study in older cancer survivors to replace and break-up sedentary activity with short bouts of light physical activity.

Mobility & Vitality Lifestyle Program

MOVE UP is a weight management program for adults 60-75 in community settings led by trained community health workers.

Move for Surgery (MFS): Evaluating the Use of Wearable Technology for Preconditioning Before Thoracic Surgery

Wearable technology is increasingly being used to promote healthy behaviour. In this study, the investigators propose the development and evaluation of Move for Surgery, which utilizes a wearable activity bracelet (Fitbit) and proven behavioural change techniques, for preconditioning of patients prior to lung cancer surgery. The primary outcome of this study will be compliance with Move for Surgery, as a surrogate measure for feasibility. Secondary outcomes, including accrual r...

Hans Kai Trial: an Evaluation of a Peer-led Preventative Health Intervention

The Hans Kai trial is a randomized wait-list controlled trial looking at the impact of the Hans Kai program, a peer-led, self-sustaining preventative health program that empower participants to take control of their health with social support. The interventions consists of a health school to develop health knowledge and skills, then participants form Hans Kai groups of 3 or more people, who meet on a monthly basis independently in a self-sustaining model. The trial will look at...

Stand Up and Move More

The purpose of the expanded study is to examine the effectiveness of a "Stand Up and Move More" intervention to reduce sedentary behavior in older adults from underserved communities.

MOVE UP Lifestyle Intervention for Caregivers

In prior research the Mobility and Vitality Lifestyle Program for healthy aging and weight management (MOVE UP) was effective in producing a mean loss of >= 5% body weight, with increased physical activity and reduced fatigue. This research will pilot a modified and streamlined version to see if it will be similarly effective for caregivers of family members or friends who have dementia, physical and/or developmental issues, or health problems.

Improving Obesity Self-Care Among Mentally Ill Veterans

The purpose of this study is to find out which of two programs, MH MOVE! or the enhanced usual care MOVE! program is most effective in improving participation in and completion of MOVE! among Veterans with depression, anxiety, and PTSD. One of the treatments, MH MOVE! provides the standard MOVE! weight management program plus a workbook containing education for management of depression, anxiety and PTSD symptoms to be used during 10 phone based clinician led CBT sessions. The e...

Active Choice in the EHR to Promote Statin Therapy

Cardiovascular (CV) events are the leading cause of mortality in the United States. Statins have been demonstrated to be an effective tool for reducing CV events and mortality, but statins are often either not prescribed or under-prescribed for patients that meet evidence-based guidelines. In this study, we will evaluate a health system initiative using active choice prompts in the electronic health record to prompt cardiologists to prescribe evidence-based statin therapy. In p...

An Approach to "Move a Little & Often" With Health Conditions

People with long term conditions such as diabetes and arthritis, and who also have depression spend a lot of time sedentary during the day. This is because they face many barriers to being active, such as pain and fatigue. Being sedentary is problematic because it is associated with poorer health in the long term. Common sedentary behaviours are watching television and using the computer; these behaviours are labelled as screen-based sedentary behaviours. An intervention to re...

Learn, Engage, Act, Process (LEAP) for MOVE

The overall goal of this project is to test whether the Learn. Engage. Act. Process (LEAP) intervention helps teams within the Veterans Health Administration's local MOVE! group weight management programs be more in line with guidance. Forty-eight sites will be randomized to the LEAP intervention, which is a virtually delivered program that relies on the IHI Model of Change, an online learning platform for clinician teams to share ideas and progress, an audit and feedback proce...

Effect of Sit Less, Interact, Move More (SLIMM) Regimen on Patients With Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)

In the past two decades, the prevalence of obesity in the US has increased from 23.2% to 32.9%. This epidemic is fueling the Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) epidemic. This likely is the major challenge facing the nephrology community in the next decade and beyond. This pilot study is designed to test the feasibility of the Sit Less, Interact, Move More (SLIMM) intervention and to determine its preliminary impact on light physical activity (PA) levels. Increasing light PA may have ...

Role of Apathy in the Effectiveness of Weight Loss Interventions

The purpose of this study is to determine whether treating apathy with methylphenidate or medical Crisis counselling will increase adherence to weight loss programs thereby increasing their effectiveness

Impact of Medication Reconciliation Intervention on the Rate of Preventable Adverse Drug Events (ADEs) and Healthcare Utilization

The implementation of a medication reconciliation intervention including: medication reconciliation on admission and discharge, bedside medication counselling and take-home medication list, on the development of adverse drug events within 30 days post discharge as primary outcome. Secondary outcome is the evaluation of its impact on health care resource utilization

Improving Weight Management at the VA

Compared to the general public, a higher percentage of Veterans are obese or overweight with a weight-related medical condition. The VA currently offers an effective weight management program called MOVE!, but the majority of eligible patients do not attend. Veterans see their primary care providers (PCPs) very frequently, making it an important place to receive information on weight management. However, PCPs often fail to discuss weight management with patients, so interventio...

Sustainability of MOVE UP Lifestyle Intervention

In prior research the investigators have shown that the Mobility and Vitality Lifestyle Program for healthy aging and weight management (MOVE UP) was effective in producing a mean loss of >= 5% body weight, with increased physical activity and reduced fatigue. The current study will pilot a modified and streamlined program to see if it will be similarly effective.

´Sit Less, Move More` at Work: mHealth Intervention on Office Employees With Diabetes Type 2.

The objective of the study is measuring the impact of a ´sit less, move more` mHealth intervention at work on the glycaemic control and anthropometric profile of office employees with diabetes type 2 (DT2) at short, mid and long term.

PrEP Impact Trial: A Pragmatic Health Technology Assessment of PrEP and Implementation

HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is the use of anti-HIV medicines by HIV negative people in order to prevent them from becoming HIV positive if exposed to HIV. Currently, the combination drug containing tenofovir and emtricitabine is licensed in Europe for use as HIV PrEP. We know from previous studies worldwide that this combination drug is very good at reducing the risk of HIV infection and several countries have implemented PrEP programmes to provide PrEP to individuals ...

HORIZONS: Understanding the Impact of Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment on Everyday Life

The purpose of this study is to invite all people diagnosed with cancer who meet the eligibility criteria to complete questionnaires before their treatment begins and at regular intervals over time to assess the impact of cancer and its treatment on people's lives in the short, medium and long term. We will explore a range of factors to determine their role in both recovery of health and well-being and self-management. Although it is known that people who have had cancer are li...

ULTRAVISION™ SYSTEM TO FACILITATE LOW IMPACT LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS

This is a prospective single arm study. The study will enroll 20 patients. Comparisons to prior clinical trials and published literature will be made to assess the relative significance of the study results.The study will enroll patients indicated for laparoscopic surgery to treat endometriosis. Patients must meet all inclusion/exclusion criteria. There are five main study objectives: 1. Demonstrate the feasibility of undertaking low impact laparoscopic surgery for ...

Stand & Move at Work

A trial testing the efficacy of sit-stand workstations on decreasing sitting time and increasing light-intensity physical activity in samples of office worksites.

Community Health Campaign: Fitter Families Project

In recent years, Hong Kong has been undergoing rapid changes with macro social and economic trends. The increasingly complex and diverse family structure contribute to concerns regarding the well-being of families in Hong Kong, including their health, happiness and harmony (FAMILY 3Hs). Family life and health education should be strengthened to meet the increasing needs of promoting healthy active lifestyle among Hong Kong families. In this connection, the FAMILY Project initia...

Move For Surgery - A Novel Preconditioning Program

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in Canada. Most patients with this cancer will undergo treatment with major chest surgery that is associated with serious complications. As many as 50% of patients will suffer respiratory complications after surgery, keeping them in the hospital for extended periods of time. These long hospitalizations have a dramatic negative effect on the lives of those people, in addition to a large cost burden on our healthcare system. Tradit...


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