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NCT ID: NCT05193344 Not yet recruiting - Heart Failure Clinical Trials

A Digital Solution for Patients With Heart Failure

Start date: January 17, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The study aim is to determine whether a 12-month digitally delivered behaviour change solution for patients with heart failure improves symptom frequency, mental health, quality of life, medication adherence, and self-care behaviour. The primary and secondary endpoints will be captured at 6- and 12-months follow-up visits to assess longer term effect on outcomes.

NCT ID: NCT05089058 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Intrusive Memories of Traumatic Event(s)

Lóa Project: An Exploratory Pilot Randomised Controlled Trial of a Remotely-delivered Brief Cognitive Intervention to Reduce Intrusive Memories of Trauma for Women in Iceland

Start date: November 1, 2021
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Intrusive memories are sensory memories of a traumatic event(s) that spring to mind involuntarily, evoke strong emotions, and disrupt functioning in daily life. Previous research has demonstrated that a brief cognitive intervention can prevent the development of intrusive memories as well as reduce the number of intrusive memories of long-standing trauma. Initial pilot work (using case studies) with women in Iceland indicates that the intervention is acceptable and feasible. This exploratory pilot trial will compare remote delivery of the intervention (i.e. brief, digitally delivered imagery-competing task intervention, n = 12) to an attention-placebo control condition (i.e., brief, digitally delivered relaxation exercise task; n = 12). We will explore whether (relative to the control condition) the intervention: (i) reduces the number of intrusive memories (primary outcome), and (ii) improves other symptoms and functioning. This study is funded by the OAK foundation (OCAY-18-442) and the Strategic Research and Development Program: Societal Challenges in Iceland (200095-5601).

NCT ID: NCT05048355 Completed - Amputation Clinical Trials

Metabolic Cost of Walking With Passive vs. Powered Microprocessor Controlled Knees

Start date: May 26, 2021
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

This study is conducted to evaluate the efficacy of the Power Knee Mainstream Dynamic compared to passive microprocessor-controlled knees (MPKs) regarding metabolic cost for high active transfemoral amputees.The test is of a single group repeated measures crossover design. The primary endpoint is the difference in MET/HRI-VO2 index between conditions. Subjects are measured on their prescribed device at visit 1, be fitted to the PKM which they wear as their primary prosthesis for one week before coming for visit 2 and being measured again on the PKM.

NCT ID: NCT04805151 Active, not recruiting - Polypharmacy Clinical Trials

Polypharmacy and Associated Risk Factors and Clinical Outcomes for Surgical Patients Discharged From Hospital

Start date: January 2, 2021
Study type: Observational

The World Health Organisation Patient Safety Challenge: Medication Without Harm has brought our attention to the importance of medication-related harm as a global public health issue. One of the major contributing factors is polypharmacy, the usage of multiple medicines at the same time. People are getting older and living longer with chronic diseases; they need more medications, which frequently leads to polypharmacy. Subsequently, they are at more risk of medication-related harm. The planned project is an epidemiological study on polypharmacy, medication appropriateness, risk factors, and clinical outcomes post-discharge from a hospital for surgical patients. The study group hypothesise that pre-and post-operative polypharmacy and potentially inappropriate prescribing is common, especially among older patients, patients with a high comorbidity and frailty burden, and patients undergoing more complicated surgery. Our hypothesis is additionally that preoperative polypharmacy and potentially inappropriate prescribing is associated with a higher short- and long-term mortality, a longer primary hospitalization length of stay, and a higher risk of readmission.

NCT ID: NCT04795466 Recruiting - Alzheimer Disease Clinical Trials

Study of the Efficacy and Safety of Various Anti-inflammatory Agents in Participants With Mild Cognitive Impairment or Mild Alzheimer's Disease

Start date: October 28, 2021
Phase: Phase 2
Study type: Interventional

The purpose of this platform study is to evaluate the effect of anti-inflammatory agents on cognition in early Alzheimer's disease. Additionally, the safety and tolerability of these anti-inflammatory agents and the effects on central and peripheral inflammation will be evaluated.

NCT ID: NCT04739332 Completed - Clinical trials for Mother-Infant Interaction

The Effect of the Newborn Behavioral Observations System on Maternal Sensitivity

Start date: July 1, 2016
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The study evaluates if the Newborn Behavioral Observation system, a relationship building tool, delivered to at risk mothers will have, on one site, an effect on maternal sensitivity and the other site on Childs responsiveness, measured by the Emotional Availability (EA) Scales at 4 months post partum.

NCT ID: NCT04716777 Recruiting - Depression Clinical Trials

Brief Transdiagnostic Group CBT for Adolescents With Internalizing Problems: A Randomized Waitlist Controlled Trial

Start date: October 15, 2020
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

We will evaluate a brief group-based cognitive-behavioral treatment program for adolescents aged 13-17 years with internalizing problems.

NCT ID: NCT04714866 Active, not recruiting - Clinical trials for Attention-deficit Hyperactivity

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for University Students Diagnosed With Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Start date: October 11, 2018
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Drug treatment is often the first and only line of treatment available for ADHD. However, some do not benefit from medication. The importance of psychotherapy is becoming more widely accepted. In this study a group of university students diagnosed with ADHD will be offered cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) in groups. The treatment will be provided by a Clinical Nurse Specialist in psychiatric nursing (CNS), in cooperation with school counsellors at the University of Iceland and the Reykjavík University. Brief CBT treatment will be offered, i.e. six group sessions, once a week over a period of six weeks. Little is known about the effects of CBT for adults diagnosed with ADHD. The study could provide knowledge about the effects of CBT on depression, anxiety and ADHD, and on attitudes, for individuals with ADHD. The resulting knowledge might lead to improved well-being and increased quality of life.

NCT ID: NCT04709822 Completed - Trauma Clinical Trials

Remote Delivery of a Brief Visuospatial Interference Intervention to Reduce Intrusive Memories of Trauma

Start date: January 15, 2021
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

This single case series feasibility study is designed to investigate the feasibility of remote recruitment and delivery of a brief visuospatial interference intervention for decreasing the number of intrusive memories of trauma among trauma-exposed women in Iceland. The current study is an extension on two studies already preregistered (NCT04209283 and NCT04342416) that included some aspects of in-person recruitment and/or intervention delivery (rather than fully remote as we aim for here). The intervention is a simple cognitive task (a memory cue followed by playing the computer game "Tetris") with accompanying information. A within-subjects multiple baseline AB design is used, in that the length of baseline ('A'; no intervention) and intervention ('B') phases vary within-subjects across individual intrusive trauma memories. Participants will aim to complete at least one week of the baseline ('A') phase followed by at least two intervention sessions with a researcher remotely (via telephone or secure video platform). Intervention sessions comprise the simple cognitive task alongside accompanying information presented in the form of brief animated videos (e.g., explaining the target symptom). Participants are instructed that they may continue using the technique self-guided in subsequent weeks, and they may opt for additional intervention sessions with remote researcher support (maximum 6 intervention sessions). Participants will be asked to monitor the occurrence of intrusive memories of trauma in a daily diary. It is predicted that participants will report fewer total intrusive memories in the fifth week after the second intervention session (primary outcome) compared to in the first baseline week. The investigators will also explore whether the frequency of targeted intrusive memories is going to decrease relative to non-targeted intrusive memories. Furthermore, the investigators will explore whether having fewer intrusive memories is related to functioning and/or PTSD, depressive or anxiety symptoms.

NCT ID: NCT04701151 Recruiting - Side Effect of Drug Clinical Trials

NORTH-REG Dwell-Time Study

Start date: February 3, 2021
Phase: Phase 4
Study type: Interventional

Previous studies show that the majority NMIBC patients experience side effects to BCG and therefore terminate the instillations before completing all planned instillations. This will increase their risk of recurrence and potential cystectomy. The purpose of this study is to investigate if NMIBC patients who experience severe side effects to BCG instillations will experience fewer or less severe side effects if reducing dwell-time of BCG instillations. The study will include patients from Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.