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Healthy Eating & Active Lifestyles for Diabetes: Feasibility Trial

The HEAL-D feasibility trial is a randomised control study to determine the feasibility of conducting an effectiveness trial of the Healthy Eating & Active Lifestyles for Diabetes programme; a culturally-tailored diet and lifestyle intervention for the management of type 2 diabetes in African and Caribbean communities. In this feasibility study HEAL-D will be evaluated against usual care in 80 patients with type 2 diabetes. HEAL-D is a programme of culturally-tailored diabetes ...

South Asian Women Together in a Health Initiative: A Pilot RCT

The overall goal of this pilot study is to assess the feasibility, acceptability and potential effects of a culturally tailored 12-week peer-based physical activity intervention compared with a control group, among young sedentary Canadian South Asian women. Specific objectives are: 1) To determine the feasibility (recruitment, retention, engagement, and acceptability) of implementing the SATHI intervention, and 2) To determine the effect of the SATHI intervention on physical a...

A Culturally-tailored Personalized Nutrition Intervention in South Asian Women at Risk of Gestational Diabetes

This study will assess the feasibility of delivering, and the effectiveness of a culturally-tailored personalized nutrition program to reduce gestational dysglycemia in women of South Asian ancestry living in Ontario. The trial will be deemed feasible if the investigators can recruit the desired sample within 2 years, retain >80% of participants and achieve at least 2 of 4 agreed-upon dietary goals in >80% of participants. The intervention will be deemed acceptable if >80% of p...

Reduction of Screen-Based Media Use in Families With Children: a Randomized Pilot Trial

The purpose of this pilot experiment is threefold. 1. To assess the efficacy of the recruitment strategy 2. To assess the acceptability and feasibility of the outcome measurement methods obtained in free-living in the participants homes 3. To assess the acceptability of the prescribed interventions to reduce screen media use

Menominee Stop Tobacco Abuse Renew Tradition Study

The purpose of this community-based study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a culturally-tailored smoking cessation treatment for American Indian (AI) smokers as compared to standard evidence-based cessation treatment (not culturally-tailored).

Acceptability of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Self-sampling Tools for Cervical Cancer Prevention

The proposed study aims to increase HPV screening behaviors in Jamaican women by examining the acceptability of HPV Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) self-sampling tools, and to determine the most culturally appropriate and effective message design for promoting such a tool in this context.

Tobacco Cessation Treatment for Pregnant Alaska Natives

This study will develop a culturally appropriate tobacco cessation behavioral intervention for Alaska Native women who are pregnant and who use tobacco. We will examine the feasibility of the intervention in terms of recruitment and retention of participants, acceptability to patients and prenatal health care providers, and the potential effectiveness of the tobacco use intervention.


Culturally Tailored Educational and Support Program to Increase Quality of Life Among Korean Breast Cancer Survivor

The objective of the TOGETHER (Together Overcome and Get Empowered Through Health Education and Relationships) program was to examine the effectiveness of one of the first linguistically and culturally tailored intervention programs to increase quality of life among Korean American breast cancer survivors.

Culturally Tailored Behavioral Diabetes Care Intervention for Korean Americans

The purpose of this study is to assess the feasibility and efficacy of a culturally-tailored, comprehensive behavioral intervention program specially designed for linguistically challenged ethnic minority immigrant populations (Korean Americans) with type 2 DM.

Alzheimer's Disease and Precision Medicine Research With American Indian and Alaska Native People

This mixed-methods, multi-state study will develop and evaluate culturally tailored recruitment materials and test their effectiveness for a) engaging American Indian and Alaska Native participants in a culturally tailored recruitment and engagement module focused on Alzheimer's Disease and Precision Medicine (AD-PM); b) enhancing enrollment in AD-PM clinical trials; and c) improving knowledge and attitudes about AD and PM.

Development of a Tailored HIV Prevention Intervention for Young Men

This study uses an interactive design and development process to develop tailored messages that align YMSM's relationship experiences and desires with HIV prevention strategies. The study includes a tailored online prevention, intervention, as well as an attention control non--tailored HIV prevention (NTHP) comparison intervention. The pilot RCT will compare the intervention (N=120) to NTHP (N=60) to assess intervention feasibility and acceptability, and gather preliminary beha...

Enhancing Participation of Under-represented Minorities in Clinical Trials Using a Patient-Centered Website: A Community-Engaged Approach

The purpose pf this study is to evaluate the comparative effectiveness of a culturally and linguistically tailored clinical trial literacy website in increasing likelihood of participating in clinical trials. To achieve this objective,a randomized group design will address the following patient-centered outcomes: willingness to enroll in clinical trials and behavioral intent as well as likelihood of referring others to enroll in such trials) before and after exposure to a cultu...

A Culturally Tailored Lifestyle Intervention to Prevent Diabetes in South Asians

The South Asian Community, people with origins in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka, or Bhutan, are more likely to get diabetes, get diabetes at younger ages, and do worse health-wise once they have diabetes than the general population. This study will test the feasibility and community acceptability of a culturally appropriate lifestyle intervention for the prevention of diabetes in the South Asian community. The outcomes of this project could be used t...

Project Impact 2: A Culturally Tailored Smoking Cessation Intervention for Latino Smokers

The goal of this research study is to learn how 3 different kinds of counseling treatments may help individuals to quit smoking.

Reducing Ethnic Health Disparities: Motivating HIV+ Latinos to Quit Smoking

The purpose of this study is to develop and evaluate a brief clinic-based culturally tailored smoking cessation treatment for a largely low-income, Latino, HIV+ population. We will compare this Culturally-Tailored Intervention (CTI) that incorporates a strong social support component and is targeted to the special needs and concerns of a Latino population to a Standard Care Intervention (SCI) control condition, in a randomized controlled trial. We hypothesize that those Latinos...

Nutritious Eating With Soul (The NEW Soul Study)

This study addresses two challenges seen among African American (AA)participants during previous weight loss and dietary interventions aimed at reducing cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk: poor weight loss results and high attrition rates. We will target both of these challenges by using a randomized design to compare a plant-based dietary intervention (vegan diet) vs. an omni diet and by focusing on culturally-tailored food choices for AA adults living in the South. Therefore, ...

A Tailored Physical Activity Smartphone App for Patients With Alcohol Dependence

The purpose of the study twofold: first, a smartphone-based physical activity application (app), which will be called Fit&Sober, will be developed and tailored specifically for patients with alcohol use disorders (AUDs); then, the feasibility, acceptability, and short-term increases in physical activity with the use of the Fit&Sober app will be examined over the course of a 12-week intervention.

Optimizing PrEP Adherence for Young Men Who Have Sex With Men

The specific aims of this study are: 1. To explore perceived facilitators and barriers to initiating and adhering to HIV PRE-EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS (PrEP) among at-risk YOUNG MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN (YMSM). 2. To assess the acceptability and feasibility of a culturally-tailored peer navigator program to optimize adherence to PrEP among YMSM.

Culturally-Tailored HIV Risk Reduction for African-American MSM

The purpose of this study to conduct a small randomized control trial to compare the relative effectiveness of a single-session of HIV testing and counseling risk reduction intervention (HCT-only) to an enhanced intervention that includes the standard HCT intervention plus a theory-based and culturally-tailored group-level intervention designed to reduce or eliminate HIV and STI risk behaviors (HCT-plus) among African-American men who have sex with men (AA-MSM).

Culturally-Adapting a Communication Intervention to Improve Palliative Care Literacy on Two Native American Reservations

This study will evaluate the feasibility, acceptability, and perceived effectiveness of the culturally-adapted COMFORT Communication Curriculum in two Native American reservation communities. Participants in one community will have an advance care planning conversation with a healthcare professional trained in the the culturally-adapted curriculum. Participants in the other community will receive usual care.

Seamos Activas: Increasing Physical Activity Among Latinas

The overarching goal of this project is to develop a culturally congruent intervention to increase levels of physical activity among sedentary Latinas (i.e., Latina/Hispanic women). The first phase will involve culturally and linguistically modifying an existing evidenced-based intervention, founded on the Transtheoretical Model and Social Cognitive Theory, to target sedentary Latinas. Then, we will conduct a pilot randomized clinical trial to test whether the culturally-modifi...

Montessori Intervention for Individuals With Dementia: A Feasibility Study From Pakistan

The study has both quantitative and qualitative components. The objective of the quantitative study is: 1. To culturally adapt and refine Montessori activities for people living with dementia in Pakistan. 2. To determine the feasibility and acceptability of culturally-adapted group based Montessori intervention for people with dementia in Pakistan. 3. To build capacity and capability in dementia research (researcher training) The objective of th...

The weWomen and ourCircle Intervention for Immigrant, Refugee and Indigenous Women

This study evaluates the impact of administering culturally-specific versions of the Danger Assessment (DA) tool followed by the tailored safety planning/referral via use of internet/smartphone-based safety decision aid (SDA) on immigrant, refugee and indigenous women's empowerment, safety and mental health. Half of survivors will receive tailored safety planning/referral based on their level of risk assessed by the DA, while the other half will receive non-DA informed usual sa...

Faith Based Pilot Intervention to Reduce Tobacco Use Among Somali Males

1.1 In the last five years, representatives of WellShare International and the University of Minnesota have engaged a large community of Muslims of Somali descent in the Twin Cities of Minnesota in a community-academic research program to understand smoking and cessation behaviors. This followed research by WellShare International which discovered a smoking prevalence among Somali men of 44%, which is nearly three times that of the general population (14.4%) in Minnesota. More ...

Strengthening Hispanic Families Via NIDA

The proposed specific aims of this K01 pilot study were: 1. Develop a culturally adapted and web-enhanced version of the Parent Management Training-the Oregon model (GenerationPMTO) intervention for first generation Hispanic families with youth. 2. Implement a small randomized controlled trial (RCT) with the culturally adapted and web-enhanced version of the GenerationPMTO intervention. 3. Systematically examine the implementation feasibility (i.e....

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