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NCT ID: NCT06353100 Active, not recruiting - Chronic Pain Clinical Trials

Chronic Pain in the General Population of Chile

Start date: January 1, 2023
Study type: Observational

The present study seeks to follow up the cohort of adults representative of Chile's urban population whose levels of chronic pain were evaluated in March 2023 (baseline) as part of the Mental Health Thermometer (MHT) study. The study consists of a 12 month follow-up telephone interview to assess parameters of chronic pain (CP) and subtypes, mental and physical health, lifestyle and adversity and work characteristics. The study objectives are as follows: 1. Estimate the prevalence of CP and subtypes in the general population 2. Explore the association between mental health indicators, perceived work stress and presence of CP in the population. 3. Investigate the impact of CP (functional, occupational and social) among the subset of participants reporting CP 4. Describe the use of management strategies in those who suffer from CP.

NCT ID: NCT06348277 Completed - Depression, Anxiety Clinical Trials

Brief App-based Mood Monitoring and Mindfulness Intervention for First-year College Students

Start date: January 2, 2018
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The investigators examined whether brief, app-based interventions were helpful in alleviating mental health symptoms during the transition to college. In particular, the investigators were interested in whether a brief mobile-app mindfulness intervention combined with mood monitoring was more effective in alleviating first-year students' psychological distress than mood monitoring alone.

NCT ID: NCT06324864 Recruiting - Depression Clinical Trials

START NOW Adapted: Culturally Adapted Version of START NOW

Start date: March 13, 2024
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The goal of this clinical trial is to test the effectiveness of the culturally adapted skills-training START NOW in youth migrant populations. The main question it aims to answer is: Is the culturally adapted skills training START NOW more effective than treatment as usual (TAU) in reducing mental health problems in migrants? Participants will be randomly assigned to the intervention group receiving the skills training START NOW Adapted or the control group receiving TAU. Researchers will compare both groups to see if START NOW Adapted is more effective than TAU in reducing mental health problems in migrants.

NCT ID: NCT06318962 Recruiting - Suicide Ideation Clinical Trials

Examining the Efficacy of a Digital Therapeutic to Prevent Suicidal Behaviors

Start date: February 7, 2024
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The primary aim of the project is to test the efficacy of BCBT delivered via a digital platform (i.e., smartphone) to Servicemembers with recent suicidal ideation and/or suicide attempts presenting to primary care clinics. Given existing challenges of scaling empirically-supported treatments/interventions for suicidality with fidelity, this project could lead to markedly expanded access to BCBT, along with improving our understanding about what intervention strategies are most effective and how they can be delivered with meaningful fidelity. Aviva, the digital version of BCBT, was developed for use with patients across the full spectrum of healthcare settings, including primary care. Aviva is not an emergency alert system, rather a digital platform for delivery of the full scope of BCBT treatment components. An open-label single group Phase I clinical trial has demonstrated the safety, tolerability, feasibility, fidelity, and potential efficacy of Aviva, with participants completing modules over 8 weeks, and follow-up assessments at weeks 1, 4, and 8. Subsequent refinements included the addition of technical features that would allow patients to revisit and/or repeat previously completed modules, along with integration of more characters for delivering video vignettes and greater opportunities for skills practice and treatment engagement. These modifications have further enhanced Aviva safety, tolerability, and fidelity, consistent with the original BCBT protocol. Not only is it hypothesized that Aviva will result in significantly larger reductions in severity of suicidal ideation than participants randomized to the control condition, but also that greater app engagement will be negatively correlated with severity of suicidal thinking. Moderators and mediators (i.e. suicidal beliefs, wish to live, impulsive decision-making) of intervention effects will also be examined. The study will be conducted at the primary care clinics at Fort Carson, with a goal of enrolling 720 patients across a two-year timeframe. Participants will be identified using each clinic's existing suicide risk assessment methods, including the PHQ-9 suicide risk item and a score of 1 or higher on the CSSRS Screener (Recent). Participants will be randomly assigned to one of two treatment conditions, Aviva or control (i.e., development of a safety plan consistent with local procedures and policies, along with referral for standard mental health care and suicide risk management in accordance with local policies and procedures). In an effort to address potential performance bias specific to smartphone use, participants in the control condition will download the Suicide Safety Plan app to their smartphones. Those in the Aviva condition will also complete weekly check-ins with Project 2 research clinicians to review treatment adherence, identify and respond to any logistical/operational problems, and respond to any unexpected emergencies and/or participant safety concerns. Participants will have up to five data points: baseline, 3, 6, 9, and 12 months. All data available from all participants and all time points will be included in the analyses, consistent with the intent-to-treat principle. Across our two previous clinical trials and our in-progress RCT, attrition during the first 12 months postbaseline was <30% and we anticipate similar rates in this trial.

NCT ID: NCT06290180 Not yet recruiting - Addiction Clinical Trials

Healing Lodge First Face Training Evaluation Study

Start date: April 4, 2024
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The purpose of this study is to evaluate a culturally grounded training program, xaʔtus (meaning First Face) for Mental Health. This program will train community members in how to recognize and respond to youth and adults experiencing mental health crises and ways to serve as a bridge between these individuals and the help they need. All Healing Lodge staff are being asked to complete First Face training. To evaluate First Face, the investigators will ask all trainees to complete surveys before and after training, and again 3 months later. These surveys will measure knowledge about mental health and addiction, as well as the ability and confidence to respond appropriately to mental health crises. The study will help the investigators understand whether the First Face training program influences mental health and attitudes, as well as responses to mental health crisis situations.

NCT ID: NCT06282523 Not yet recruiting - Depression Clinical Trials

Healthy Minds Comparison Study

Start date: April 2024
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The goal of this clinical trial is to understand the difference between two versions of the Healthy Minds application, a digital well-being program. The main question it aims to answer is the differences between versions of the Healthy Minds application and their effects on well-being. Participants will complete a four-week well-being program and complete surveys via an app on their phone. Participants can expect to participate in the study for four months.

NCT ID: NCT06273982 Not yet recruiting - Depression, Anxiety Clinical Trials

Behavioral Telehealth in Low-resource Primary Care Settings for Anxiety and Depression in Youth

Start date: July 1, 2024
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The goal of this clinical trial is to test a brief, behavioral telehealth treatment program (STEP-UP) for depression and anxiety in youths (age 8-16 years old). Youths and families will be recruited through participating community health centers and will be randomly assigned to either: (a) receive STEP-UP care from providers at their health center or (b) be referred to care from local community mental health clinicians. Youth and families will be interviewed before treatment starts, 16 weeks later, and 24 weeks later to assess how youth are feeling. The main question the study aims to answer is whether STEP-UP improves youths functioning in daily life, anxiety symptoms, and depression symptoms. Researchers will compare STEP-UP to referral to community treatment-as-usual mental health services to see if STEP-UP is more effective.

NCT ID: NCT06250842 Recruiting - Depression, Anxiety Clinical Trials

Benzodiazepine Impact on Cognitive Function: fNIRs and PET/MRI Study

Start date: February 11, 2024
Study type: Observational

This study explores the impact of long-term benzodiazepine (BZDs) use on cognitive function and associated neuroimaging markers. While BZDs are established treatments for conditions like anxiety and insomnia, recent warnings highlight risks, including neurocognitive effects. Neuroimaging studies indicate potential neuroprotective effects of BZDs. Functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) measures cerebral cortex function during cognitive tasks. Combining fNIRS with mood and cognitive scales, this study assesses cortical activation. 2-deoxy-2-fluoro-D-glucose-positron emission tomography (FDG-PET) evaluates brain metabolism. DPA-714 PET assesses neuroinflammation. The primary objective is to compare brain functional activation, metabolism, and neuroinflammatory levels between long-term BZD users and non-users. This comprehensive approach aims to provide insights into BZD effects on cognition and associated brain markers.

NCT ID: NCT06247579 Recruiting - Depression, Anxiety Clinical Trials

Effects of Dietary Polystyrene Microplastics on Anxiety- and Depression-like Behaviors

Start date: January 1, 2024
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The objective of this clinical trial is to explore the potential impact of dietary polystyrene microplastics on anxiety- and depression-like behaviors in resident physicians. Specifically, the study aims to address two key questions: 1. Can dietary polystyrene microplastics induce alterations in the human gut microbiome? 2. Can dietary polystyrene microplastics exacerbate anxiety- and depression-like behaviors? Participants will be divided into two groups based on their habitual eating practices: The control group, consisting of resident physicians, will use non-disposable plastic tableware (NDPT) provided by hospital canteens for two months. In contrast, the exposure group, also comprising resident physicians, will use disposable plastic tableware (DPT) made of polystyrene, provided by the same hospital canteens, over the same period.

NCT ID: NCT06247527 Not yet recruiting - Trauma Clinical Trials

Psychoeducation, Relaxation, PrOblem Solving, Activation, Cognitive Coping Therapy for Adolescents and Youth in HIV Care

Start date: May 2024
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The proposed PROACT study will test the effectiveness of a mental health intervention (psychotherapy) for multiple common mental health conditions (depressive, anxiety and trauma symptoms) among adolescents and youth with HIV in Kenya. The study will also evaluate key factors for successful intervention implementation and conduct an economic evaluation to inform future intervention scale-up.