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Veteran suicide is a national problem; social disconnection is an important contributor to suicide risk. This pilot study will recruit Veterans to take part in a peer-centered intervention called Caring Cards (CC). CC gives Veterans who have a history of increased suicide risk the opportunity to make cards that are then sent to Veterans who are currently at high-risk for suicide. This study will directly benefit Veterans and contribute to the quality of services provided by VA by creating a safe, creative space for Veterans with lived experience related to suicide risk to join together to provide messages of hope, community, and resilience to their peers at risk for suicide. Helping Veterans support one another provides a bridge for social connection, which may help prevent Veteran suicide. This intervention may also improve Veterans' satisfaction with VA healthcare and engagement with mental health treatment.
This is a double-blinded crossover study to evaluate whether Eudragit® content impacts the ability to self-insert placebo vaginal films. Thirty women will self-insert one high and and one low Eudragit® content film. The insertion order will be randomized in a 1:1 ratio. After inserting each film, participants will complete a survey reporting their perceptions and experience. The primary endpoint is successful insertion defined as all of the film inside the vagina upon visual assessment by a study clinician. Secondary outcomes include preference for the low level or high level Eudragit® formulation film with respect to insertion and participants' description of identified challenges.
The goal is to collect pilot data on an adapted version of the Transdiagnostic Sleep and Circadian intervention (TranS-C), referred to as 'Fitted TranS-C'.
The goal is to develop a pragmatic, scalable intervention to overcome problems with surrogate decision making in ICUs. The aim is to conduct a pilot study among surrogates and clinicians of 50 incapacitated patients at high risk of death to assess the feasibility of deploying the web-based tool as well as to examine the tools impact on the patient and family outcome measures summarized in the hypotheses below.