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This is an individually randomised control trial to assess the effectiveness of a livelihoods and social empowerment intervention, delivered by Women for Women International, on married women's experiences of intimate partner violence in Afghanistan. It has a 22 month follow up.
To determine associations between dietary factors and risk of major chronic diseases and their risk factors
In essence the researchers are hoping to test two separate hypotheses (described below in the form of research questions). Therefore, the proposed analysis has been outlined according to each hypothesis. Hypothesis 1: Is low-dose quetiapine (50 mg/day) more effective for patients with depression who have insomnia at treatment baseline? (Stated differently: is low-dose quetiapine 50 mg/day effective as monotherapy for patients with depression regardless of whether or not they have insomnia at baseline?). Hypothesis 2: Is high-dose quetiapine (150 - 300 mg/day) more effective for patients presenting with melancholic depression at treatment baseline?
Connecticut Child STEPS is a randomized controlled trail investigating the effectiveness of MATCH-ADTC in treating anxiety, depression, trauma, and/or behavioral problems in children seeking services at four Department of Children and Families (DCF) funded clinics in the state of Connecticut. The study will evaluate child outcomes following two forms of therapist training in the MATCH model.
The current study proposes to extend transdiagnostic treatment research to adolescents by establishing initial pre to post-treatment and follow-up outcomes associated with the use of the Spanish Version of the Unified Protocol for the Treatment of Emotional Disorders in Adolescents (UP-A; Ehrenreich-May, Bilek, Buzzella, Kennedy, Mash, & Bennett, 2016) as a universal school-based preventive intervention.
Escitalopram has been approved by FDA in the treatment of adolescents with major depressive disorder since March 2009. To date, there are only 3 clinical trials assessing the effect and validity of escitalopram on major depressive disorder, which of them has resulted in inconsistent findings. In the present study, the authors aimed to assess the effect and validity of this drug in the treatment of adolescents with major depressive disorder and or anxiety disorders.
This study will address a gap in the literature and advance the field of minority men's health. Specifically, it will be the first randomized controlled trial of resistance exercise as a dual intervention for depression symptoms and CVD risk reduction with depressed Black men.
Branded bupropion hydrochloride products including ZYBAN and WELLBUTRIN range are approved for the treatment of smoking cessation and depressive disorders respectively. The Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) for ZYBAN was initially approved in 2010 and consists of a Medication Guide and a timetable for REMS assessments submission at 18 months, 3 years and 7 years from the date of initial approval of REMS. The present study is a 7-year REMS assessment to evaluate subjects' understanding of the potential serious risk of neuropsychiatric adverse events associated with the use of ZYBAN, WELLBUTRIN, WELLBUTRIN SR, and WELLBUTRIN XL. The assessment will be a 20-minutes Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavior (KAB) survey and will be conducted among approximately 125 subjects currently using or who have filled a prescription for a branded bupropion product for smoking cessation within the 6 months prior to survey administration. ZYBAN, WELLBUTRIN, WELLBUTRIN SR, and WELLBUTRIN XL are registered trade marks of the GSK group of companies.
The purpose of this study is to determine if patients with melancholic bipolar II depression are more responsive to lamotrigine than patients with non-melancholic bipolar II depression. To do this, the investigators will re-analyze a previous clinical trial that evaluated lamotrigine as a treatment for bipolar II depression (GSK-SCA100223; NCT00274677).
The purpose of the study is to test an experimental method, a text-messaging app called B-RESILIENT, for improving participants' mood. B-RESILIENT is a text messaging app adaptation of a Resiliency Course, developed by community members known as Building Resiliency and Community Hope.