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The purpose of the study is to examine the effect of Problem Adaptation Therapy for Pain (PATH-Pain) on cognitive functioning, depression and pain-related disability in 100 older adults with cognitive impairment, chronic pain, and depression. The study will test if PATH-Pain has better cognitive, affective, and functional outcomes than Attention Control Usual Care.
This is an outpatient, 2-arm, Phase 3, multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study to assess the efficacy and safety of REL-1017 once daily (QD) as a monotherapy for Major Depressive Disorder.
Mood Lifters is a revolutionary mental wellness program that teaches scientifically validated strategies in a supportive group setting. This study will test two new versions of the program designed specifically for graduate students and young professionals. Participants will need to attend 12 hour long virtual weekly meetings on Zoom that focus on helpful mental health strategies and skills. Participants will be encourage to practice what the participants learn at home in order to improve their mood or mental wellness. Additionally, participants will complete a series of measures (approx. 1-1.5 hours) prior to, at the end of the program, 1 month after the program and 6 months after the program.
The proposed study is a randomized controlled trial (RCT) that aims to examine the effectiveness of cognitive behavioural therapy in reducing depressive and anxiety symptoms for youths in Hong Kong. It is to be carried out with 120 youths aged 12 - 24 recruited from a series of community-based [email protected] hubs, funded by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust. It is designed to improve the youths' abilities/ skills in handling moods to have better emotional management. A written informed consent will be signed by participants. Researchers will perform cognitive behavioural therapy on youths who agree to join the study.
Primary Objective: Evaluate the user experience with the Stella (TM) app for the management of Postpartum Depression in an observed population for 8 calendar weeks.
This study aims to determine the predictors of depression among university students in Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) Sungai Long Campus.
The aim is to evaluate aerobic group exercise versus leisure group activities in adolescents with mild to moderate depression. Primary outcome is Children's Depression Rating Scale - Revised (CDRS-R). Secondary outcomes are Clinical Global Impressions - Severity and Improvement scales (CGI), self-reported Quick Inventory of Depression Symptomatology (QIDS- A17-SR), the self-reported Outcome Rating Scale (ORS), clinician rated Children Global Assessment Scale (C-GAS), aerobic capacity (VO2max), muscular strength, body, Body Mass Index (BMI), presence or activity of selected biological markers of neuroprotection and neuroinflammation in blood samples and a cost evaluation rated by parents with Trimbos/iMTA questionnaire for Costs associated with Psychiatric Illness - Child version (Tic-P). Further objectives are qualitative interviews to explore adolescents' experiences of the intervention as well as how their health and lifestyle are influenced and a validation of QIDS- A17-C and QIDS- A17-SR versus CDRS-R will be performed.
A study will be conducted with a quantitative approach with correlational scope, observational analytical study, prospective cross-sectional. The objective is to compare the levels of anxious symptomatology, depressive symptomatology and substance use in university students who were exposed to SARS-CoV-2 with those who were not.
KANOPEE is a free smartphone application providing screening, follow-up tools and autonomous digital interventions to lower psycho-social stress and its repercussions on sleep and behaviors in the general population. Additionally, KANOPEE permits an adaptation of the intervention to the subject (i.e., an adapted waiting period, frequency, and content), enabling to perform innovative trial conditions. The objective of this long-term study is to evaluate the efficacy of KANOPEE on users among the French general population exposed to psycho-social stress.
Stress, anxiety, distress and depression are exceptionally high among healthcare providers at the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic. Knowledge of factors underlying distress and resilience and evidence based interventions to impact the mental wellbeing of frontline healthcare providers is limited. This study will evaluate a novel mobile platform to gather the "distress experience" of healthcare workers at Unity Health Toronto in real time during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, use automated personalized mobile interventions (e.g. routine, sleep, exercise) to nudge active/passive parameters to manage distress.