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Knowledge and Attitude About HPV Vaccines

The purpose of this study was to analyze the knowledge and attitude about HPV vaccines among Brazilian women after an educative intervention. The knowledge was measured on sexual behavior and HPV infection. The attitude was measured on acceptance of vaccines.


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Impact of an Intensive Multimodal Educative Program on Behavioral Disorders of Patients With Profound Multiple Disabilities and on the Quality of Life and Feelings of Caregivers

Profound multiple disabilities also called in French polyhandicap are defined by the combination of a deep mental disability and severe motor deficit with extreme restriction of autonomy. Life in institution for people with profound multiple disabilities induces emotional and educative deficiency and often conducts to behavioral disorders. These behavioral disorders also impact on quality of life and feelings of caregivers. An intensive multimodal educative program proposed to ...

Hospital Based Group Intervention for Breast Cancer Patients.

INCAM-study is a multicenter, prospective, randomized controlled trial. The aim of the study is to test the effectiveness of psycho educative intervention when offered in hospital setting as a component of routine breast cancer care. The hypotheses are; - that breast cancer patients participating in psycho educative interventions focusing on coping will experience better health-related quality of life than those who participate in the hospital standardised psycho educative int...


Improving Blood Pressure Control in End-Stage Renal Disease Through a Supportive-Educative Nursing Intervention

The major purpose of this quantitative study is to determine if a 3 month supportive educative nursing intervention incorporating Blood Pressure (BP) education and BP, salt and fluid monitoring, in addition to goal setting and reinforcement will improve BP control in a chronic end-stage renal disease population.

Supplementary Food on Prevention of Moderate Malnutrition in Children

The study will evaluate the impact of a supplementary food (cookies) in preventing the risk of developing moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) in preschool mildly malnourished children. Children will be divided in two groups; one will received the cookie plus 12 educative sessions and the other just the educative program. The study will last 12 months

SEGUDIAB Study: Evaluation of Safety in the Diabetic Patients

The safety in the diabetic patient refer so much to the accuracy of the treatment and to the handling of the diabetic in security topics. Therefore, is not only an economic question, but a more global concept that means to receive an accurate sanitary attention in line with the available evidences nowadays. OBJECTIVE: To analyse if a brief intervention educative on the primary care professionals is followed of an improvement in the safety of the diabetic patients. METHO...

Use of a Bearable Continuous Interstitial Glucose Monitoring Device (GuardianR) During Teaching Sessions to Functional Insulin Therapy Concept in Patients Suffering From Type 1 Diabetes: Evaluation at 6 and 12 Months

The objective of the project is to evaluate advantages from the use of a bearable continuous interstitial glucose monitoring device (GuardianR) during educative sessions of diabetic patients dedicated to functional insulin therapy teaching. This concept of intensified treatment is based on testing and explanation of simplified decision making algorithms to adapt insulin dose to every true life conditions. As self monitoring of capillary glucose level is needed to validate those...

The Effect and Mediators of Two Knowledge Translation Strategies

Purpose: This study will compare the effectiveness and mediators of two different knowledge transfer (KT) interventions in terms of their impact on changing knowledge and behavior (utilization and clinical reasoning) related to health outcome measures.

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation - Theoretical Knowledge and Self-perceived Skills Among Swedish Healthcare Professionals

Theoretical knowledge of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is the foundation of being able to perform CPR in a cardiac arrest situation. The knowledge and skills received in training is easily lost and after one year the level is equal to pretraining. International studies regarding knowledge of CPR among healthcare professionals, mostly nurses, show poor results. The knowledge of CPR among Swedish healthcare professionals is poorly studied. The aim of this study was to desc...

Multicomponent Strategy to Implement a Clinical Practice Guideline and Improve Health Outcomes in People With SLE

Principal objective: To produce scientific knowledge on the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a multicomponent intervention for knowledge transfer and implementing a Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) for Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE), formed by an educative intervention, an computerized clinical decision support system (SADC), complemented by an automated feedback built into the electronic clinical record. Secondary objectives will be previously developed: 1) the an...

PerLE (Peroneus Longus Evaluation): A Study Evaluating the Efficacy of Injection of Dysport in Peroneus Longus in Equinus Foot Deformity in Children With Cerebral Palsy

A recent publication (Boulay et al. 2012) highlighted the role of the peroneus longus (PL) muscle in equinus foot deformity in children with hemiplegia. BoNT (Dysport) injections into this muscle have not yet been described in the literature. Based on the results of a previous study, the hypothesis is: this muscle may thus constitute a new therapeutic target for botulinum toxin injections in the early management of spastic equinus in children aged 2 years or older, before the o...

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Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Knowledge and Attitudes and the Role of (SES) Socioeconomic Status and Ethnicity

This is a survey study to assess the vaccination knowledge and attitudes of women in an inner city Gynecology clinic. Results of this study will help determine which factors influence vaccination knowledge and attitudes. This may help improve future vaccination tools.

Modification and Evaluation of the Educational Mobile Games Heroes of Knowledge in Children

The goal of the proposed research is to adapt and rigorously evaluate educational mobile games, designed as a downloadable mobile apps to be played on smartphones or tablets. Investigators will be partnering with Yogome for this project. Yogame is a company dedicated to creating educational games that aim to reinforce knowledge acquired in school and help children learn new things in an entertaining and fun way.

Knowledge and Perceptions Regarding JSSK and RBSK in Patients and Nurses: A Comparative Study

Observational, cross sectional study, carried out with the help of a pre-designed and pre-tested questionnaire with the research hypothesis as: Knowledge and perception regarding JSSK and RBSK in nursing students is better as compared to in-service nurses as well as patients/patient attendants (attending LHMC and associated hospitals, New Delhi, India)

Knowledge and Awareness of Radiation Hazard in Health-care Personnel

Knowledge and awareness of radiation hazard in health-care personnel; A Quaternary-care academic center study Aim: To determine knowledge and concerning about radiation hazard in anesthetic personnel and surgeon study decide: questionnaire based study to ask concerning and knowledge about radiation hazard

Tertiary Prevention in Type II Diabetes Mellitus in Canary Islands Study

Objective: - To improve health outcomes of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) by influencing disease self-management through lifestyle modification and by helping primary care professionals to improve health care provided to patients. - To assess the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of two complex interventions (education and behavioural modification, independently and conjointly, for primary health care teams (PHCT) and patients...

Partial Word Knowledge Growth in Children With LLD

Children with language-learning disabilities (LLD) have language and reading skills that are weaker than those of typically developing children. In the school-age years, reading is a primary means of exposure to new vocabulary for typically developing children. Although these children would not be expected to master a new word through a single exposure to it in text, children show evidence of partial word knowledge growth (e.g., Wagovich & Newhoff, 2004). The purpose of this...

Preconception Reproductive Knowledge Promotion (PREKNOP)

This study examines the efficacy of the "Preconception Reproductive Knowledge Promotion (PREKNOP)" intervention, designed to promote women's reproductive health and positive pregnancy outcomes. The study's goal is to educate low-income women about reproductive changes related to their menstrual cycle. The main hypothesis of the study is that women who receive the PREKNOP intervention will report reduced risk of unplanned pregnancy and increased reproductive knowledge, self-effi...

Assessment of Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice of Minimal Intervention Dentistry in a Group of Dental Interns

Minimal intervention dentistry (MID) is a modern medical approach that aims to maximize preservation of healthy dental tissues. When operative intervention is required it is as minimally invasive as possible. This study will assess the knowledge of a group of dental interns regarding minimal intervention dentistry in Egypt and whether this knowledge is translated into positive attitude and practice among them.

Sodic Heparin Effectiveness of the Treatment of Burns

Burns are injuries caused by agents thermal, chemical, electrical or radioactive who act in the tissue lining of the human body and may partially or totally destroy the skin and its annexes, to the deeper layers, as subcutaneous tissue, muscles, tendons and bones . Studies show that topical heparin has, in addition to the already known anticoagulant activity, anti-inflammatory properties, analgesic, and neoangiogenic, stimulating blood flow and increasing the repair of the fab...

Clinical Decision Support Consortium

The goal of the Clinical Decision Support (CDS) Consortium research study is to assess, define, demonstrate, and evaluate best practices for knowledge management (KM) and CDS in healthcare information technology across multiple ambulatory care settings and electronic health records (EHR) technology platforms. There are seven specific research objectives focusing on two practical areas of implementation for clinical decision support services: a) healthcare maintenance and ...

Hepatitis C Education for Pregnant Women With Opiate Dependence - Phase 2

The goal of this study is to assess patients' attitudes and knowledge of Hepatitis C, analyze the variables that may influence patients' knowledge, and educate patients on Hepatitis C.

Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment and Quality of Life

Osteoradionecrosis, dermal soft tissue necrosis, radiation cystitis, proctitis and sexual dysfunctions are well-known late-effects after radiation for cancer in the pelvic area, negatively affecting the survivors' quality of life (QOL) and psychosocial wellbeing. Increasing evidence and clinical practice support the use of hyperbaric oxygen treatment (HBOT) as an effective treatment in a variety of radiation injuries, but this is still a field with limited research and knowledg...

Comparison of Two Initial Evaluation Scales of the Severity of Brain Injury Adults Patients on the Neurological Outcome at 6 Months

Prospective cohort study. Any patient with potential cerebral injured (medical or traumatic) will be included in the study, regardless of its severity, history, the presence of anticoagulant or antiagrégant. The collection should be done as soon as possible, in the reception of vital emergencies or in the urgencies. The collection consists of the realization of a Glasgow score and a scale of Kremlin-Bicêtre for all patients by completing a standardized collection sheet. The ...

Knowledge and Practice of Chinese Medical Specialists Regarding Chronic Hepatitis B Virus Infection

The aim of this study was to evaluate knowledge and behavior of physicians regarding Hepatitis B Virus. The investigators designed a 30-item self-administered questionnaire assessing physicians' knowledge and behavior regarding chronic Hepatitis B Virus infection. These results provide data support for updating guidelines, continuing training, and even developing policies in medical insurance.


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