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101. The Association Between Parental Migraine and Infant Colic: A Cross-Sectional, Web-Based, U.S. Survey Study. (PubMed)

The Association Between Parental Migraine and Infant Colic: A Cross-Sectional, Web-Based, U.S. Survey Study. Infant colic, or excessive crying in an otherwise healthy infant, is common, although the cause(s) are not known. This study aimed to determine whether parental migraine is associated with infant colic.This was a cross-sectional online survey study of biological parents of 4-8 week olds in the United States during February and March 2017 and October 2017-April 2018. Parents self-reported (...) information about their and their infant's health using validated instruments wherever possible. Parents were recruited using social media advertisements and completed the survey online. Migraine was identified with a validated screener using modified International Classification of Headache Disorders 3rd edition criteria. Parental depression and anxiety were screened with the Patient Health Questionnaire-2 (PHQ-2) and Generalized Anxiety Disorder Scale-2 (GAD-2). Parental seasonal allergies and asthma

2019 Headache

102. Randomized comparison of two web-based interventions on immediate and 30-day opioid overdose knowledge in three unique risk groups. (PubMed)

Randomized comparison of two web-based interventions on immediate and 30-day opioid overdose knowledge in three unique risk groups. In response to the opioid overdose epidemic, scalable interventions that instruct at-risk populations how to prevent and respond to overdose scenarios are needed.The following groups of at-risk individuals were recruited online: (1) Acute Pain patients with an opioid prescription, (2) Chronic Pain patients with an opioid prescription, and (3) persons without pain (...) who use Illicit Opioids. Participants were tested on their opioid overdose knowledge using the Brief Opioid Overdose Knowledge (BOOK) questionnaire and randomized to one of two web-based interventions that contained 25 educational content slides. One intervention consisted of embedded questions with corrective feedback (Presentation + Mastery, n = 58), the other did not (Presentation, n = 61). Participants completed the BOOK again at the end of the intervention and 30 days later. Overdose risk

2019 Preventive Medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

103. Feasibility of a Hybrid Web-Based and In-Person Self-management Intervention Aimed at Preventing Acute to Chronic Pain Transition After Major Lower Extremity Trauma (iPACT-E-Trauma): A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. (PubMed)

Feasibility of a Hybrid Web-Based and In-Person Self-management Intervention Aimed at Preventing Acute to Chronic Pain Transition After Major Lower Extremity Trauma (iPACT-E-Trauma): A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. 1) To assess the feasibility of research methods to test a self-management intervention aimed at preventing acute to chronic pain transition in patients with major lower extremity trauma (iPACT-E-Trauma) and 2) to evaluate its potential effects at three and six months postinjury (...) . Design. A pilot randomized controlled trial (RCT) with two parallel groups.A supraregional level 1 trauma center.Fifty-six adult patients were randomized. Participants received the intervention or an educational pamphlet. Several parameters were evaluated to determine the feasibility of the research methods. The potential efficacy of iPACT-E-Trauma was evaluated with measures of pain intensity and pain interference with activities.More than 80% of eligible patients agreed to participate

2019 Pain Medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

104. Needs-Based Patient Education Versus Traditional Patient Education in Reducing Pre-operative Anxiety in Day Surgery

Needs-Based Patient Education Versus Traditional Patient Education in Reducing Pre-operative Anxiety in Day Surgery Needs-Based Patient Education Versus Traditional Patient Education in Reducing Pre-operative Anxiety in Day Surgery - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number (...) of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Needs-Based Patient Education Versus Traditional Patient Education in Reducing Pre-operative Anxiety in Day Surgery The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03003091 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted

2016 Clinical Trials

105. Patient education as a status passage in life - An ethnographic study exploring participation in a Danish group based patient education programme. (PubMed)

Patient education as a status passage in life - An ethnographic study exploring participation in a Danish group based patient education programme. In this paper, we apply the theory of status passage to the empirical field of group-based patient education. On the basis of ethnographic fieldwork carried out in the context of a local Danish patient education programme aimed at people diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, we illustrate how participation in the programme for the recently diagnosed (...) is a regularised status passage symbolising a transition in life from a novice to a more experienced person with chronic illness. We demonstrate how central properties of status passage are at play and how they are shaped by interactions among the different agents: participants, lay experts and health professionals. We highlight how the unique biographical situation of the individual and the individual timing of participation is an important factor affecting whether the patient education programme succeeds

2016 Social Science & Medicine

106. Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial of Proactive Web-Based Versus Telephone-Based Information and Support: Can Electronic Platforms Deliver Effective Care for Lung Cancer Patients? (PubMed)

Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial of Proactive Web-Based Versus Telephone-Based Information and Support: Can Electronic Platforms Deliver Effective Care for Lung Cancer Patients? Community-based services such as telephone support lines can provide valuable informational, emotional, and practical support for cancer patients via telephone- or Web-based (live chat or email) platforms. However, very little rigorous research has examined the efficacy of such services in improving patient (...) the previous 4 months; have an approximate life expectancy of at least 6 months; and have Internet access. Participants will be randomly allocated to receive: (1) an information booklet, (2) proactive telephone support, or (3) proactive Web support, chat, and/or email. The primary patient outcomes will be measured by the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12) and Health Education and Impact Questionnaire (heiQ) at 3 and 6 months post recruitment. The acceptability of proactive recruitment strategies

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2016 JMIR Research Protocols Controlled trial quality: uncertain

107. Predoctoral Dental Students Are More Clinically Confident And Efficient In A Community-Based Clinical Education Program

rate, and higher clinical productivity compared to students in a traditional educational program. Best Evidence (you may view more info by clicking on the PubMed ID link) PubMed ID Author / Year Patient Group Study type (level of evidence) #1) DeCastro/2005 457 students in a traditional predoctoral dental curriculum and 50 seniors in a community-based program. Case Control Study Key results From 1996 to 2003, 572 students graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ (...) curriculum, which includes a community-based learning environment for students. Such program not only benefits the students with their confidence in treating patients, but also allows the student to treat a wider population; thus decreasing dental and oral health care disparities. Applicability Dental education in the United States remained practically unchanged during the twentieth century. By the mid-2000s, reports and articles from the Institute of Medicine and the American Dental Education

2016 UTHSCSA Dental School CAT Library

108. Tailored information and education for patients with immigrant or minority backgrounds: a systematic reference list

literature search and provide an overview of the literature evaluating effects of tailored information and patient education for patients with immigrant or minority backgrounds. We designed and carried out a systematic search in relevant databases. The search was finalized in February 2017. Two or more researchers independently reviewed all references for potential inclusion based on explicit criteria. We included 285 references and sorted these into the following categories: Literature reviews, of which (...) 18 were about general topics 40 evaluated information and educational interventions for prevention and health promotion (primary prevention) 38 evaluated information and educational interventions for patients in primary health care (secondary prevention) primary studied, of which 25 evaluated complex community based information and educational interventions 119 evaluated information and educational interventions for prevention and health promotion 45 evaluated information and educational

2017 Norwegian Institute of Public Health

109. Evaluation of internet-based patient education materials from internal medicine subspecialty organizations: will patients understand them? (PubMed)

Evaluation of internet-based patient education materials from internal medicine subspecialty organizations: will patients understand them? The majority of Americans use the Internet daily, if not more often, and many search online for health information to better understand a diagnosis they have been given or to research treatment options. The average American reads at an eighth-grade level. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the readability of online patient education materials (...) on the websites of 14 professional organizations representing the major internal medicine subspecialties. We used ten well-established quantitative readability scales to assess written text from patient education materials published on the websites of the major professional organizations representing the following subspecialty groups: allergy and immunology, cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatrics, hematology, hospice and palliative care, infectious disease, nephrology, oncology, pulmonology

2017 Internal and emergency medicine

110. Effectiveness of simulation-based education in critical care nurses' continuing education: a systematic review

by outcome. Results of the review A single-centre, prospective, controlled study (24 critical care nurses, two adult patients) was included in the review. The quality of the study was considered high (scoring 7 out of 9 on the appraisal tool). Simulation-based education significantly reduced medication administration error rates from 30.8% to 4.0% at one to four weeks post-intervention, and continued decreasing to 6.2% at the final observation (both p<0.001). By comparison, traditional lecturing (...) Effectiveness of simulation-based education in critical care nurses' continuing education: a systematic review Effectiveness of simulation-based education in critical care nurses' continuing education: a systematic review Effectiveness of simulation-based education in critical care nurses' continuing education: a systematic review Jansson M, Kaariainen M, Kyngas H CRD summary This review concluded that the effectiveness of simulation-based education on critical care nurses' knowledge and skills

2013 DARE.

111. The effects of graduate competency-based education and mastery learning on patient care and return on investment: a narrative review of basic anesthetic procedures (PubMed)

The effects of graduate competency-based education and mastery learning on patient care and return on investment: a narrative review of basic anesthetic procedures Despite the widespread implementation of competency-based education, evidence of ensuing enhanced patient care and cost-benefit remains scarce. This narrative review uses the Kirkpatrick/Phillips model to investigate the patient-related and organizational effects of graduate competency-based medical education for five basic (...) catheterization. Furthermore, the procedural competency, retention of skills and patient care as evaluated by fewer complications improved in 20 of the reported studies.Evidence suggests that competency-based education with procedural central venous catheterization courses have positive effects on patient care and are both cost-effective. However, more rigorously controlled and reproducible studies are needed. Specifically, future studies could focus on organizational effects and the possibility

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2018 BMC medical education

112. Efficacy of video-based education program in improving metabolic surgery perception among patients with obesity and diabetes. (PubMed)

Efficacy of video-based education program in improving metabolic surgery perception among patients with obesity and diabetes. Metabolic surgery remains underutilized despite its efficacy and safety. Poor perception of surgery has been cited as one of the major reasons.Evaluate current patient perceptions about metabolic surgery and measure the impact a video-based education program has on changing the perceptions of patients diagnosed with obesity and type 2 diabetes.A university hospital (...) in the United States.A prospective interventional study was performed at an endocrinology clinic. Patients were asked to complete surveys evaluating their perception of metabolic surgery before and after watching a short educational video.A total of 51 patients were recruited; almost all patients (98%) attempted weight loss in the past, and approximately 90.1% voiced dissatisfaction with their current weight. The video-based education program was effective in improving the patient's perception

2018 Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases

113. Clinical Pharmacy Education in Japan: Using Simulated Patients in Laboratory-Based Communication-Skills Training before Clinical Practice (PubMed)

Clinical Pharmacy Education in Japan: Using Simulated Patients in Laboratory-Based Communication-Skills Training before Clinical Practice The Japanese pharmaceutical curriculum was extended from four to six years in 2006. Students now receive practical communication-skills training in their fourth year, before progressing to train in hospital and community pharmacies in their fifth year. Kitasato University School of Pharmacy, Tokyo, had established a program to meet these aims before the 2006 (...) guidance. In the present study, we discuss and evaluate the features of this communication-skills training program. This study enrolled 242 fourth-year pharmacy students at Kitasato University. Students filled out a questionnaire survey after completing the laboratory element of their undergraduate education. As part of training, students were asked to obtain patient data from a model medical chart, before performing simulated patient interviews covering hospital admission and patient counseling

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2018 Pharmacy: Journal of Pharmacy Education and Practice

114. Perception of Hair Loss and Education Increases the Treatment Willingness in Patients With Androgenetic Alopecica: A Population-Based Study (PubMed)

Perception of Hair Loss and Education Increases the Treatment Willingness in Patients With Androgenetic Alopecica: A Population-Based Study Androgenetic alopecia (AGA) has a negative impact on self-image and decrease in quality of life. However, relatively few men have sought treatment for AGA. Improvement in treatment willingness is important for maintaining long-term management in patients with AGA.We aimed to identify the prevalence of patients' perception of hair loss and evaluate various (...) factors that affect the treatment willingness in patients with AGA.We conducted a population-based cross-sectional survey of 503 patients with AGA (329 men, 174 women). We collected the various demographic data, family history of AGA, history of past treatment, self-perception of hair loss and treatment willingness using structured questionnaires. Then, we provided the knowledge about AGA to the half of subjects and compared the treatment willingness between educated group and nond-educated group.Two

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2018 Annals of dermatology

115. The Effectiveness of an Educational Intervention Based on Self-help for Sleep Hygiene Promotion on Patients With Insomnia

The Effectiveness of an Educational Intervention Based on Self-help for Sleep Hygiene Promotion on Patients With Insomnia The Effectiveness of an Educational Intervention Based on Self-help for Sleep Hygiene Promotion on Patients With Insomnia - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum (...) number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. The Effectiveness of an Educational Intervention Based on Self-help for Sleep Hygiene Promotion on Patients With Insomnia The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03605732 Recruitment Status : Enrolling

2018 Clinical Trials

116. Postoperative outcomes based on patient participation in a presurgery education and weight management program. (PubMed)

Postoperative outcomes based on patient participation in a presurgery education and weight management program. The benefits of presurgery weight management programs (WMPs) for bariatric patients are mixed; some show a positive impact on percent excess weight loss (%EWL) at 12 months postsurgery, while others show no effect.The purpose of this study was to compare pre- and postoperative 6- and 12-month outcomes between patients who attended a 12-week presurgery WMP and patients who did (...) not participate.Ohio State Wexner Medical Center, University Hospital, United States.A retrospective medical record analysis was conducted to compare preoperative and 6- and 12-month postoperative outcomes for patients who attend the presurgery WMP (n = 56) and patients who did not (n = 441) within a 2-year time period (N = 497). Descriptive statistics and independent t tests were conducted to determine mean differences between groups, while controlling for surgery type, for weight status outcomes (%EWL, change

2018 Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases

117. Evaluation of the Added Value of an Internet-based Educational Program for Patients With Atrial Fibrillation.

Evaluation of the Added Value of an Internet-based Educational Program for Patients With Atrial Fibrillation. Evaluation of the Added Value of an Internet-based Educational Program for Patients With Atrial Fibrillation. - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (...) (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Evaluation of the Added Value of an Internet-based Educational Program for Patients With Atrial Fibrillation. (AMADEUS) The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. of clinical studies and talk to your health care provider before participating. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov

2018 Clinical Trials

118. GLA:D<sup>®</sup> Back group-based patient education integrated with exercises to support self-management of back pain - development, theories and scientific evidence. (PubMed)

GLA:D® Back group-based patient education integrated with exercises to support self-management of back pain - development, theories and scientific evidence. Clinical guidelines recommend that people with back pain be given information and education about their back pain, advice to remain active and at work, and exercises to improve mobility and physical activity. Guidelines, however, rarely describe how this is best delivered. The aim of this paper is to present the development (...) , theories, and underlying evidence for 'GLA:D Back' - a group education and exercise program that translates guideline recommendations into a clinician-delivered program for the promotion of self-management in people with persistent/recurrent back pain.GLA:D Back, which included a rationale and objectives for the program, theory and evidence for the interventions, and program materials, was developed using an iterative process. The content of patient education and exercise programs tested in randomised

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2018 BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

119. The Effects of Group Discussion Based Education on the Promotion of Self-Management Behaviors in Hemodialysis Patients. (PubMed)

The Effects of Group Discussion Based Education on the Promotion of Self-Management Behaviors in Hemodialysis Patients. Introduction: Improving self-management of the patients undergoing hemodialysis is an effective way to reduce complications and to improve the quality of life of them. The current study aims to assess the effects of group discussion on the promotion of self-management behaviors in hemodialysis patients. Methods: In this quasi -experimental clinical trial study (...) and chi-square, t-test, Mann-Whitney, and Wilcoxon test. Results: The results showed that the mean scores of four dimension of self-management including participation with the medical team, problem solving, self-care and emotional management after the implementation of group were significantly different between the experimental and control groups. Conclusion: Based on the findings, group discussion was an effective educational method to promote self-management of chronic hemodialysis patients

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2018 Journal of caring sciences Controlled trial quality: uncertain

120. Protocol for MAAESTRO: Electronic Monitoring and Improvement of Adherence to Direct Oral Anticoagulant Treatment-A Randomized Crossover Study of an Educational and Reminder-Based Intervention in Ischemic STROke Patients Under Polypharmacy. (PubMed)

Protocol for MAAESTRO: Electronic Monitoring and Improvement of Adherence to Direct Oral Anticoagulant Treatment-A Randomized Crossover Study of an Educational and Reminder-Based Intervention in Ischemic STROke Patients Under Polypharmacy. Background: Non-adherence to direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) remains a matter of concern, especially for patients with a recent stroke. However, data on electronically monitored adherence and adherence-improving interventions are scarce. Aims: We aim (...) to use electronic monitoring in DOAC-treated stroke patients to (i) evaluate the effect of an educational, reminder-based adherence-improving intervention, (ii) investigate predictors of non-adherence, (iii) identify reliable self-report measures of adherence, and (iv) explore the association of non-adherence with clinical outcomes. Methods: Single-center, randomized, crossover, open-label study. Adherence to DOACs of polymedicated patients self-administering their medication will be monitored

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2018 Frontiers in neurology Controlled trial quality: uncertain

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