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Reducing Alcohol Consumption Among Risky Drinkers in the General Population of Sweden Using an Interactive Mobile Health Intervention: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial

Marcus Bendtsen, Jim McCambridge
2019 JMIR Research Protocols  
The technology has been designed to have potential for extensive reach among those who may benefit.  ...  No participants had been recruited at the time of submitting this protocol.  ...  This trial aims to estimate the effect of using a novel support tool on alcohol consumption among risky drinkers in the general population of Sweden.  ... 
doi:10.2196/13119 pmid:30998221 pmcid:PMC6495288 fatcat:45fbhsp4gjc75ht3wbtxguep44

Role of occupational therapy in reducing and managing violence among mental health inpatients: a scoping review protocol

David Bell, Nutmeg Hallett
2021 BMJ Open  
Currently, the unique contribution of occupational therapists to reducing and managing violence among this patient group has not been systematically explored.  ...  IntroductionViolence is pervasive among psychiatric inpatients and has profound consequences for its victims, its perpetrators and mental health services.  ...  In summary, the wider literature suggests an a priori model which explains how occupational therapists play a vital role in reducing and managing violence among mental health inpatients.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-046260 fatcat:rxxxd7mvwzacbj4x3ab4n4f45i

Introducing an Evidence-Based Protocol to Reduce and Prevent Fall Events among Elderly Hospice Patients

Lydia Chowa
2021 Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Journal  
To examine the effectiveness of a multifactorial intervention to reduce falls for elderly hospice patients who live at home and in skilled nursing facilities.  ...  Results: The multifactorial intervention reduced the fall rates for hospice patients from 6.9 in 2017 (baseline period) to 1.7 in 2019 (implementation period) per 1,000 occupied bed days.  ...  According to While (2020), nurses are well positioned to reduce falls among the elderly by identifying those at risk among their clients and making interventions to minimize that risk.  ... 
doi:10.22038/psj.2021.49691.1277 doaj:780e23148a1f4d6a9b782e9f7234d462 fatcat:bzjf3hfka5ay3mlwnlej7qq7my

Applying Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise Protocol to Reduce Post-operative Cardio-Pulmonary Complications among Open Heart Surgery Patient's

2019 Minia Scientific Nursing Journal  
Recommendations: Hospitals should recommend implementing cardiac rehabilitation exercise protocols as a routine hospital policy among all cardiac surgical patients in all age groups.  ...  Aim of the Study: To evaluate the effect of applying cardiac rehabilitation exercise protocol for open heart surgery patient's to reduce post-operative cardio-pulmonary complications.  ...  They were applied to reduce the postoperative cardiopulmonary complications among open heart surgery patients.  ... 
doi:10.21608/msnj.2019.187799 fatcat:6lcaybmgqjd2no24hscg3rn7hi

Development and Testing of a Just-in-Time Adaptive Intervention to Reduce Drinking among Homeless Adults: The Smart-T Alcohol Protocol (Preprint)

Michael S. Businelle, Scott Walters, Eun-Young Mun, Thomas R. Kirchner, Emily T. Hébert, Xiaoyin Li
2019 JMIR Research Protocols  
Mobile phone-based AUD interventions may reduce barriers that have limited the use and utility of traditional interventions.  ...  are commonly available, many factors (eg, transportation limitations and inability to schedule appointments) contribute to low treatment completion rates and low success rates of these interventions among  ...  We are not aware of any studies that have combined this information to estimate risk and intervene in real time to reduce drinking among homeless adults.  ... 
doi:10.2196/15610 pmid:32297874 fatcat:jfdvdnt36fdu5ejsreie3aafha

Effect of Implementing Nursing Educational Protocol on Reducing Deep Venous Thrombosis among Orthopedic Surgery Patients

Mona Mohamed Ahmed, Shalabia AboZead, Ahmed Yousef, Sahar Taha
2021 Minia Scientific Nursing Journal  
Conclusion: Application of educational protocol was effective in reducing DVT among orthopedic surgery patients.  ...  Recommendations: Applying elastic stocking, exercising and range of motion had a positive effect on reducing incidence of DVT among orthopedic surgical patients.  ...  Conclusions: Application of educational protocol was effective in reducing DVT among orthopedic surgical patients.  ... 
doi:10.21608/msnj.2021.190448 fatcat:kimja5yeabh3zjmi5xokoqeh4a

Drink wise, age well; reducing alcohol related harm among people over 50: a study protocol

J. L. Seddon, S. Wadd, E. Wells, L. Elliott, I. Madoc-Jones, J. Breslin
2019 BMC Public Health  
Discussion: This study protocol describes a multi-level, multi-intervention prevention-to-treatment programme which aims to reduce alcohol-related harm in people aged 50 and over.  ...  Evidence suggests that the use of alcohol among older adults (defined as those aged 50+) has increased in recent years, with people aged 55-64 now more likely to exceed the recommended weekly guidelines  ...  With an increasing ageing population and evidence of increased drinking among older adults, action is urgently needed to reduce alcohol-related harm in older adults.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-019-6525-7 fatcat:we3ukif4xvfr7e55byq5fu4baa

Reducing overdose after release from incarceration (ROAR): study protocol for an intervention to reduce risk of fatal and non-fatal opioid overdose among women after release from prison

Elizabeth Needham Waddell, the ROAR Protocol Development Team, Robin Baker, Daniel M. Hartung, Christi J. Hildebran, Thuan Nguyen, Deza'Rae M. Collins, Jessica E. Larsen, Erin Stack
2020 Health & Justice  
The Reducing Overdose After Release from Incarceration (ROAR) pilot intervention and evaluation (recruitment June 2019 through December 2020) aims to reduce opioid overdose among women released to the  ...  Drug overdose is the leading cause of death after release from prison, and this risk is significantly higher among women compared to men.  ...  Aim 1 Pilot the ROAR intervention to reduce risk of overdose among adult women released from prison.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40352-020-00113-7 pmid:32651887 fatcat:za6nszgdcbfolkomjjvb5jrthy

The Efficacy of a Web-Based Screening and Brief Intervention for Reducing Alcohol Consumption Among Japanese Problem Drinkers: Protocol for a Single-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial

Toshitaka Hamamura, Shinichiro Suganuma, Ayumi Takano, Toshihiko Matsumoto, Haruhiko Shimoyama
2018 JMIR Research Protocols  
The literature shows that computer-delivered interventions with personalized normative feedback can reduce problem drinking for up to 6 months in the West.  ...  Meanwhile, no studies have been conducted to examine the effects of such interventions among Japanese problem drinkers.  ...  The authors hypothesize that a Web-based intervention will reduce the quantity and frequency of alcohol consumption among Japanese problem drinkers.  ... 
doi:10.2196/10650 pmid:29848471 pmcid:PMC6000480 fatcat:zcqoe62lvjbiziv5xg3226l77u

The ReSiT study (reducing sitting time): rationale and protocol for an exploratory pilot study of an intervention to reduce sitting time among office workers

Benjamin Gardner, Stephen Dewitt, Lee Smith, John P. Buckley, Stuart J. H. Biddle, Louise Mansfield
2017 Pilot and Feasibility Studies  
rationale for a sitting reduction intervention that combines sit-stand workstations with motivational techniques, and procedures for a pilot study to explore the acceptability of intervention components among  ...  It seeks to enhance motivation and capability, as well as identify opportunities, required to reduce sitting time. Thirty office workers will participate in the pilot study.  ...  The intervention 115 aims to reduce sitting time, and increase standing and light activity time, among office 116 workers. 117 The pilot study uses a single-group, parallel mixed methods design, and is  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40814-017-0191-2 pmid:29209512 pmcid:PMC5704376 fatcat:setuobb75jac5pht5tq7kmfliy

Effect of community-based lifestyle education intervention to reduce cardiovascular diseases risk factors among vulnerable population in Dodoma city, Tanzania: a cluster randomized controlled trial study protocol

Nyasiro S Gibore, Mariam J Munyogwa, Secilia K Ng'weshemi, Ainory P Gesase
2021 Biology Methods and Protocols  
The objective of this protocol is to test the effectiveness of community-based lifestyle education intervention in reducing CVDs risk factors among vulnerable population in Dodoma City.  ...  This protocol is designed as a cluster-randomized controlled trial with a quantitative approach in which participants aged from 31 years will be assigned randomly to a control or intervention group.  ...  The aim is to provide evidence on the effectiveness of community-based interventions in improving knowledge and the reducing CVDs risk factors among vulnerable population in Dodoma City Tanzania.  ... 
doi:10.1093/biomethods/bpab019 pmid:34708155 pmcid:PMC8545611 fatcat:lmdtsoxb6jcnlp5ehl3s6wn7hi

Preconsultation compassion intervention to reduce anxiety among patients referred to a cancer center: protocol for a randomised control trial

Christine Winn, Grana Generosa, Anthony Mazzarelli, Stephen Trzeciak, Brian W Roberts
2021 BMJ Open  
consultation will reduce anxiety among patients referred to a cancer centre.  ...  anxiety among the volunteers.  ...  consultation will reduce anxiety among patients referred to a cancer centre.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-048201 pmid:34031118 fatcat:h2vwpqvq4bhcni4l555jfd2iqe

Effect of A Designed Nursing and Patients Self Care Protocol on Reducing the Colostomy and Peristomal Skin Complications among the Elderly Patients

2018 Minia Scientific Nursing Journal  
Aim of the study: To evaluate the effect of a designed nursing and patients self care protocol on reducing the colostomy and peristomal skin complications among the elderly patients.  ...  Tool I: Patient assessment sheet, Tool II: Designed colostomy nursing and patient's self-care protocol.  ...  Research hypothesis Designed colostomy nursing care protocol will reducing the stoma and peristomal skin complication among the elderly patients.  ... 
doi:10.21608/msnj.2018.187764 fatcat:n624bjkmmvdkngpgxoazkv6ziq

The use of virtual reality to reduce stress among night-shift anesthesiologists: study protocol for a crossover trial

Chaojin Chen, Liubing Chen, Ning Shen, Chenfang Luo, Ren Wang, Hongyi Fang, Qi Zhang, Ziqing Hei
2021 Trials  
Discussion It is unknown whether the use of VR technology during the night shift can reduce stress among anesthesiologists.  ...  The purpose of this study is to evaluate the potential effectiveness of VR technology in reducing stress among night-shift anesthesiologists.  ...  However, few studies have focused on the application of VR technology to reduce stress among night-shift anesthesiologists.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13063-021-05222-8 pmid:33827653 fatcat:64ilonbavraqtm7n3kjnycctui

Mobile phone text message intervention to reduce binge drinking among young adults: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Brian Suffoletto, Clifton W Callaway, Jeffrey Kristan, Peter Monti, Duncan B Clark
2013 Trials  
Heavy episodic (binge) drinking is common among young adults and can lead to injury and illness.  ...  Efficacy of SMS programs to reduce binge drinking remains unknown. Methods/Design: We will conduct a three parallel arm, randomized trial.  ...  The current study objective is to determine whether an SMS program is effective at reducing and maintaining reductions in binge drinking and related harms among at-risk young adults.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1745-6215-14-93 pmid:23552023 pmcid:PMC3652768 fatcat:it7y57l3qzahtaj7lrojvskqgq
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