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04:52 EDT 22nd July 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Translating 3-Step Workout for Life in a Local Senior Living Community

The study evaluates the feasibility of a staff-lead workout program, 3-Step Workout for Life, in a local senior living community. Eligible participants will complete assessments before and after the workout program.


Effect of Pharmacist Initiated Recommendations On Prescribing For Participants In the Senior MEDS Personalized Medication Review

What are the demographic and medication utilization characteristics of participants in the Senior MEDS personalized medication review compared to other community-dwelling elderly, what is the level of satisfaction with Senior Meds, and does the Senior Meds program lead to changes in the participants' drug regimen?

Senior Change Makers Study: Improving Physical Activity Environments

Senior Change Makers is an intergenerational intervention that compares two, 8-week programs: (1) an advocacy program wherein senior participants perform audits of their physical activity environments, identify an advocacy project, and advocate for improvements; and (2) a walking program designed to increase participant physical activity through education and guided walks. We expect that the advocacy program will produce greater improvements in seniors' advocacy skills, confide...


Characterizing the Senior High Cost User (HCU) in Ontario

High cost users (HCUs) are a small group of patients who use a disproportionate amount of health care resources. This study is a retrospective population-based matched cohort analysis of newly incident senior High Cost Users (HCUs) defined as Ontarians aged 66 years or older in the top 5% of healthcare expenditure users in fiscal year 2013 (FY2013). The study objectives are to characterize and contrast Ontario senior HCUs to non-HCUs based on their demographics, co-morbidities,...

Senior Falls Prevention Study

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a best practice model for senior falls prevention when implemented in a community setting.

Effects of Senior Dance on Risk Factors for Falls

The efficacy of exercise programs to prevent falls among older people is well documented in the literature. However, older people's adherence to these exercise programs has been reported to be suboptimal, varying between 21% and 74%. In addition, about 45% of people aged over 60 years do not meet the minimum recommended level of physical activity. In this context, dance is a promising alternative to traditional exercise programs, as it can positively influence important risk fa...

Volunteer-Delivery of Behavioral Activation

In response to large numbers of senior center clients who suffer untreated depression and the dearth of geriatric mental health providers, the investigators have simplified a Behavioral Activation intervention to match the skill set of age-matched lay volunteers available to senior centers (Volunteer BA). This R34 proposes developmental work on delivering Volunteer BA in senior centers, so as to arrive to a sustainable intervention with standardized procedures. The investigator...

The British Heart Foundation SENIOR-RITA Trial

SENIOR-RITA is a multicentre prospective open-label trial randomizing patients presenting with type 1 NSTEMI aged ≥75 years between invasive and conservative treatment strategies, to compare time to cardiovascular death or non-fatal MI within one year from randomization.

Tai Chi/Qigong Exercise Persistence Among Residents of Senior Housing

This randomized field trial uses a self-report daily exercise log to answer the research question: Does frequency of instruction influence tai chi/qigong home practice exercise persistence among residents of Senior housing?

Applying a Person-Centered Approach to Enhance Cognitive Training in Senior Living Community Residents With Mild Cognitive Impairment

Computerized cognitive interventions (CCIs) have been increasingly widely implemented among older adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI). However, the efficacy of CCIs in maintaining or improving older adults' cognitive and functional health has been modest and highly variable. Older individuals' attitudes toward technology use may help explain some of the variability in CCI effects. The goal of this R21 is to generate proof-of-concept for an intervention that may improve ...

Effects of Visual Cues and Education for People Who Live Within Long Term Care Communities to Assist in Wayfinding

The ability to find one's way in the world is known as wayfinding. Many older adults who live in senior communities, such as independent living and assisted living residences, find wayfinding very challenging. Often times, these communities are not designed in a way that helps people find their way very easily. When people cannot find their way, they can get lost, be dependent upon others for getting out and about, or even be afraid to leave their rooms. The purpose of this stu...

Living Alone in Old Age With Cognitive Impairment

The purpose of this study is to better understand the experience of living alone in older age with cognitive impairment. We recruit adults 55+ living alone with cognitive impairment such as Alzheimer's disease or mild cognitive impairment. This study investigates the priorities and concerns of older adults living alone with cognitive impairment. Participants are interviewed 5 times for one hour in their homes within 3 months at a time that works for them.

Project SHARE (Senior Health and Alcohol Risk Education)

Older adults become more sensitive to alcohol, and alcohol also interacts adversely with their common medical conditions and medications. The aim of Project SHARE (Senior Health and Alcohol Risk Education) is to see whether patient and provider education can decrease risky alcohol use and reduce health care costs in persons 65 years of age and older.

Effects of Qigong, Tai Chi and Yoga Practice in Older Adults

The purpose of this study is to compare the effects of an 8-week intervention using YiRen Qigong, Tai Chi or Hatha yoga in older adults (age 70 and above) residing at a Gencare senior living facility. Outcome measures completed at the beginning and end of each intervention period will be blood pressure, heart rate, perceived quality of life (PQOL)and a symptoms questionnaire (SF-36), ability and speed of walking 20 feet (for ambulatory participants), and neck and arm range of ...

Fittle Senior System

The objectives of this study are to examine the usability and efficacy, for diverse older adults, of a new tablet-based dynamic system: the Fittle Senior System (FSS) that will provide: (1) personalized behavior-change programs for improved diet and increased physical activity and (2) online social interaction and support from small teams pursuing similar goals. The proposed study involves a two group randomized trial where participants will be randomized to the Fittle S...

Sirolimus Based Immunosuppression for Patients Undergoing Kidney Transplantation in the Eurotransplant Senior Program

The Eurotransplant Senior Program (ESP) started in 1999 with local allocation of kidneys from deceased donors elder than 65 years to recipients elder than 65 years. The requirements for immunosuppression in this group of patients are high due to the large amount of comorbidities. This prospective randomized trial compared the standard immunosuppressive protocol based on cyclosporine A (CyA) used at our center within the ESP, to a calcineurin inhibitor-free protocol based...

Pilot Study of an mHealth Intervention for Living Donor Follow-up

The investigators are interested in whether or not the use of a mobile health (mHealth) application increases the rate of follow-up compliance among living kidney donors. The investigators aim to test this by randomly assigning living kidney donors to the intervention (use of mKidney app to complete required living kidney donor follow-up at 6 months, 1 year, and 2 years) or control arm (standard of care) upon discharge from their initial donation hospitalization, and tracking f...

Promoting Walking in Older Adults Living in Independent Living Communities in Northern Ireland: A Feasibility Study.

The multi-level 12 week peer-led walking intervention incorporates aspects from all three levels of the ecological model (with the aim of producing sustained (>6months) physical activity behaviour change in older adults living in independent living communities.

Living Well With a Disability Curriculum Adaptation Evaluation Plan

The purpose of this proposal is to implement a joint project with Georgia Southern University and the Effingham County Navigator Team to improve the quality of life of families with a child with a disability in southeast Georgia. The final outcome of this project will be a new curriculum, Living Well Together, which builds on a previous implementation of the Living Well with a Disability curriculum in Bulloch County.

Reducing PM-associated CV Health Effects for Seniors

The objective of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of air filtration at reducing personal-level exposures to fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and mitigating related cardiovascular (CV) health effects among older adults in a residential facility in a representative US urban location. We enrolled 40 nonsmoking older adults into a randomized double-blind crossover intervention study with daily CV health outcomes and PM2.5 exposure measurements. The study was conducted...

Brief Intervention to Prevent Poor Psychosocial Outcomes in Living Donors

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the potential effectiveness of a psychosocial intervention based on the principles of motivational interviewing. The novel intervention will assist living donor candidates to think through any remaining concerns or questions that they may have about living donation. If the intervention is effective, it may help to prevent post-donation problems related to psychological and health outcomes.

Dietary Treatments for Cognitive Impairment in Older Adults

This trial seeks to establish the feasibility of implementing a ketogenic, modified Atkins diet (MAD) to older adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or early Alzheimer's disease (AD) living in the community. A secondary aim is to determine whether adherence to the MAD results in better cognitive test scores than adherence to a non-ketogenic control diet. A final aim is to determine the role of apolipoprotein E (ApoE) genotype in participants' response to the MAD. Particip...

Acupuncture for Chemical Therapy Induced Nausea and Vomiting

This is an expertise-based randomized controlled trial. The hypothesis of this study is that the differences in expertise of acupuncturist may impact clinical effect. In this study, patients will be randomized to 4 group, receiving the treatment from senior acupuncturist, junior acupuncturist, junior acupuncturist by only acupuncture Neiguan(P6), or not receive the acupuncture. All patients receive the basic cisplatin chemotherapy. The duration of treatment is from the first da...

A Better Everyday Life 1.0 - a Protocol for a Feasibility Study

The purpose of the study is to evaluate a) the feasibility and b) the potential outcomes of a first version of an occupational therapy intervention program aiming at enhancing the ability to perform activities of daily living (ADL) among persons living with chronic conditions. In the study a pre-post test design is applied.

Evaluation of a Living With Hope Program

The Living with Hope program was developed by the research team, a panel of experts and palliative patients and their families. The program was evaluated with 60 advanced cancer patients 60 years of age and older. Thirty received the program and 30 did not. After one week, those receiving the Living with Hope Program had higher hope and quality of life scores compared to those who did not. This suggests that the program is effective in increasing hope and quality of life for ol...


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