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Depression Clinical Trials

A listing of Depression medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (23) clinical trials

The Nash-wo-Numa (Childhood Growth & Development) Study

The proposed study will be a cross-sectional study in the District of Matiari, Pakistan. Children ages 9-15 years will be identified from a Matiari District household census scheduled being conducted from December 2016- to May 2017 by the Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, Aga Khan University. Anthropometric measures, Tanner ...

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Computerized Substance Use and Depression Screening and Behavioral Treatment in HIV Primary Care

Substance use disorders (SUDs) and depression are common among HIV-positive patients and lead to poor HIV treatment outcomes and increased mortality. Yet these disorders often go unrecognized and untreated, despite the availability of effective interventions. To enhance HIV care, this study examines the impact of self-administered tablet-based screening for SUD ...

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Intermittent Theta Burst for the Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorders in Veterans

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of intermittent theta burst repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (iTBS) as a treatment for Veterans with an alcohol use disorder (AUD) to decrease the exceedingly high rate of relapse associated with this condition. iTBS has demonstrated equivalent efficacy and safety to ...

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Remote Training in Evidence-based Practices for Clinicians Who Work With Migrant Workers

The University of Washington (UW) School of Social Work, in partnership with Heritage University's School of Social Work in Yakima Valley recently partnered to develop a training program for bachelors (BA) level Social Workers to address limited clinician capacity in rural primary care settings. Currently the curriculum is a combination ...

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Mental Activity During (TMS) Therapy for Depression

Patients will receive TMS treatment daily for 6 weeks as part of their standard care. They will complete clinical assessments and participate in cognitive retraining through completion of 15 hours of Lumosity gaming cognitive exercises while simultaneously receiving active TMS stimulation. Those participants in the control group will complete 15 ...

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Spinal Cord Stimulation for the Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder

This study aims to 1) determine the efficacy and safety of tsDCS in adult patients with MDD and 2) investigate interoceptive awareness, somatic symptoms, autonomic and metabolic regulation as potential mediators of antidepressant response to tsDCS. We predict that 1) Active tsDCS treatment will result in a greater decrease in ...

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Project PRIDE (Promoting Resilience In Discriminatory Environments)

Project PRIDE is a manualized group intervention consisting of 8 weekly sessions, each lasting 2.5 hours and consisting of approximately 10 men (estimated number given expected attrition). Each session will be co-led by two trained group facilitators. The intervention sessions will proceed as follows. Sessions 1 and 2 will consist ...

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Chaplain Family Project Trial

Unmet spiritual needs may have at least two negative consequences for surrogates. First, they may have high levels of spiritual distress, an important aspect of the surrogate's well-being. Second, surrogates include their religious and spiritual beliefs when making serious medical decisions . Therefore unmet spiritual needs may have a negative ...

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An Approach to "Move a Little & Often" With Health Conditions

There is a growing focus in research on the need to reduce sedentary behaviours. Studies have shown that independently of moderate to vigorous physical activity, the amount of time spent sedentary predicts poorer health outcomes. This means that in addition to exercising, it is important to reduce prolonged periods of ...

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Collaborative and Stepped Care in Mental Health (COMET)

Aims are a) the implementation and outcome evaluation, b) the process evaluation, and c) the analysis of the cost-effectiveness of an innovative collaborative and stepped care model for patients with depressive, anxiety, somatoform and/or alcohol abuse disorders. Its novelty is the integration of these four disorders into one model. This ...

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