Empowering Rural Teens through Photovoice to Influence the Health of their Community Save

Date Added
July 28th, 2017
PRO Number
Pro00067937
Researcher
Michelle Nichols
Keywords
Adolescents, Disease Prevention, Environmental Factors, Ethnicity and Disease, Exercise, Minorities, Non-interventional, Nutrition, Obesity
Summary

This study will recruit adolescents who are enrolled in a Teen Health Careers Program to participate in a community-engaged study. This study will seek to understand the barriers and facilitators to physical activity and nutritious foods throughout their daily lives. Adolescents will use take digital images to capture aspects of their daily lives using photography.

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Michelle Nichols
(843) 792-1802
nicholmg@musc.edu

Age effects on cochlear reflectance in adult humans Save

Date Added
February 13th, 2017
PRO Number
Pro00061210
Researcher
Sara Fultz
Keywords
Aging, Ears, Geriatrics, Healthy Volunteer Studies, Hearing, Minorities
Summary

This project, funded by the National Institutes of Health, is being conducted to learn how structures of the middle-ear and inner ear are affected by age and hearing ability, and to provide a scientific basis for diagnosis and rehabilitation of hearing loss. Volunteers who meet the eligibility requirements may enroll in this study, which will include measurements of hearing using several procedures. Participants 18 years of age and older with normal hearing or hearing loss are currently being recruited. One or two visits of 1.5 to 2 hours are required and scheduling is flexible. Compensation for time will be provided and parking validated.

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Sara Fultz
843-792-0667
fultzs@musc.edu

The Influence of Colorectal Cancer Risk Factors within Normal Colonic Mucosa and Colon Polyps: A Feasibility Study Save

Date Added
January 17th, 2017
PRO Number
Pro00060146
Researcher
Kristin Wallace
Keywords
Cancer, Cancer/Gastrointestinal, Colonoscopy, Disease Prevention, Immune System, Inflammation, Minorities
Summary

The purpose of the study is to determine the feasibility of enrolling patients, obtaining colorectal cancer risk factor data via an in-person questionnaire, and procuring three types of biologic samples (normal mucosa biopsies, a salvia sample, and polyp tissue (if applicable)).

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Bridgette Blankenship
8438762445
blanke@musc.edu

Gendered Racial Factors in Girls? Self-Regulation, Drug, and Behavior Disparities Save

Date Added
November 1st, 2016
PRO Number
Pro00060638
Researcher
Colleen Hallidayboykins
Keywords
Adolescents, Children's Health, Education, Healthy Volunteer Studies, Mental Health, Minorities, Substance Use, Women's Health
Summary

The purpose of this study is to understand factors contributing to managing emotions, behavior problems, and substance use risk among girls. Middle school adolescent girls will be asked about their thoughts and feelings about themselves and their ethnic group, perceptions, and discrimination. They will also report on their behavior and substance use risk. Their reactions to recent incidents of unfair treatment or disciplinary action will also be assessed.

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Jennifer Powell
843-876-0567
smithjl@musc.edu

Charleston Area Parent and Teen Experiences with Race (CHAPTER) Study Save

Date Added
September 6th, 2016
PRO Number
Pro00058529
Researcher
Colleen Hallidayboykins
Keywords
Adolescents, Healthy Volunteer Studies, Mental Health, Minorities, Substance Use
Summary

The purpose of this study is to understand thoughts, experiences, emotions, and behaviors of African American teens and their families. African American teens and their families will be asked about their thoughts and feelings about themselves and their ethnic group, perceptions, and discrimination. They will also report on their behavior and substance use.

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Jennifer Powell
843-876-0567
smithjl@musc.edu

The Impact of False Positive Mammography Results on Breast Cancer Screening Intention in Black Women Save

Date Added
February 22nd, 2016
PRO Number
Pro00049656
Researcher
Deeonna Farr
Keywords
Cancer/Breast, Ethnicity and Disease, Healthy Volunteer Studies, Minorities, Women's Health
Summary

The purpose of this project is to understand how characteristics of mammography facilities, mammography providers, and individual patients influence Black women?s experiences receiving an initial abnormal mammography is determined to be non-cancerous (false positive result). Observations, recordings, surveys and interviews will be used to collect information regarding the various influences on Black women?s experience with a false positive mammography result and their intentions to complete future screening mammograms.

Institution
Palmetto
Recruitment Contact
Deeonna Farr
803-777-7641
farrde@email.sc.edu

Gendered Racial Factors in Girls? Self-Regulation, Drug, and Behavior Disparities Save

Date Added
February 2nd, 2016
PRO Number
Pro00051830
Researcher
Colleen Hallidayboykins
Keywords
Adolescents, Children's Health, Education, Healthy Volunteer Studies, Mental Health, Minorities, Substance Use, Women's Health
Summary

The purpose of this study is to understand factors contributing to managing emotions, behavior problems, and substance use among girls. Middle school adolescent girls will be asked about their thoughts and feelings about themselves and their ethnic group, perceptions, and discrimination. They will also report on their behavior and substance use. Their reactions to recent incidents of unfair treatment or disciplinary action will also be assessed.

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Jennifer Powell
843-876-0567
smithjl@musc.edu

Race and Ethnicity Collection in the VA Health System Save

Date Added
December 4th, 2015
PRO Number
Pro00046313
Researcher
Mulugeta Gebregziabher
Keywords
Ethnicity and Disease, Minorities
Summary

Although race is one of the most important social determinants of health care and outcomes in the United States, missing data on race/ethnicity is common in the VAMC. Therefore, the primary objective of this project is to understand collection and analysis of missing race/ethnicity data in the VA. We aim to better understand the patient perspective and attitudes surrounding race/ethnicity collection, and obtain information in order to inform collection methods.

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Aleatha Fields
843-789-6875
Aleatha.Fields@va.gov

Community-based intervention under nurse guidance after stroke (CINGS) phase 1 and 2 formative investigation Save

Date Added
September 2nd, 2015
PRO Number
Pro00045745
Researcher
Gayenell Magwood
Keywords
Cardiovascular, Minorities, Stroke
Summary

This research which encompasses a relatively new area of study that uses the Ecological Model to frame investigation is significant because it will help: (a) understand how patient, family, and community level factors impact stroke recovery and account for disparities in post stroke recovery between AA and Whites; (b) engage community members (AA, Health Provider, Families) and (c) integrate this knowledge and the interplay of socio-environmental and behavioral factors so as to develop a multi-level community based intervention with community dwelling AA in the acute post-stroke recovery period. In this model of care, the nurse guides the CHW in evidence-based interventions and the CHW links with community members to deliver the interventions to individuals. It uses nurse teleHealth guidance of the CHW and home based CHW-patient training in self-management. Together they work to disseminate and integrate the successful interventions into health and community systems. These activities will complement and build upon the growing literature related to environment guided lifestyle and self -management programs and will lead to effective socio-culturally tailored stroke recovery interventions that improve long term outcomes by directly addressing factors associated with existing disparities in recovery.

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Gayenell Magwood
8437920685
magwoodg@musc.edu

Improving Resection Rates among African Americans with NSCLC (?Southern Lung Cancer Study?) Save

Date Added
May 13th, 2015
PRO Number
Pro00042975
Researcher
Marvella Ford
Keywords
Cancer, Cancer/Lung, Minorities, Stage I, Stage II, Surgery
Summary

The goal of this study is to improve rates of lung-directed therapy with curative intent (LDTCI) among African Americans with probable or proven early stage non-small cell lung cancer via a patient navigation intervention. Study participants will be recruited from study sites across the southern US, including the Medical University of South Carolina Hollings Cancer Center (MUSC HCC) and the Comprehensive Cancer Center of Wake Forest NCORP Research Base (WF NCORP RB) and its affiliated sites. Participants will be randomized by study site. This study does not include blood draws or therapeutic interventions. During the one-year follow-up period, each participant will complete 5 telephone surveys.

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Kendrea Knight
843-876-2452
knightkd@musc.edu

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