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Anxiety Disorders Clinical Trials

A listing of Anxiety Disorders 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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Impact of a Double-reading Animated Film (Child Parents) in Preoperative on the Anxiety of Children Upon Arrival at the Operating Room

Preoperative anxiety affects 40 to 60% of children. A literature review concluded that effective preparation strategies must involve parents, must be appropriate to their age and proposed upstream of the intervention. A double-readinganimated film aimed at informative was created for the children and their parents/legal guardians in order to solve ...

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Therapist Adherence to Cognitive-behavioral Therapy

An observational web-based survey on therapist adherence to evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) in the perspective of their patients with depression or anxiety disorders in psychiatric outpatient care in Stockholm, Sweden. Following completion of CBT, participants respond to questions including their age, gender, education, whether they have improved, whether they considered ...

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An Adaptive Dyadic Self-directed Coping and Self-management Skills Training Intervention for Caregivers of Individuals With Cancer

BACKGROUND: Despite improvements in detection and treatment, a cancer diagnosis is appraised as a negative event not only by the person diagnosed, but also by their family caregivers. Cancer is the second most common condition in Canada requiring assistance from caregivers, and caregivers are now taking on more than ever ...

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Virtual Reality Assisted Conscious Sedation During TAVI

Transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) is an established therapy for patients with severe aortic valve stenosis. Pain and anxiety are major contributors to procedural complications. Virtual Reality (VR) glasses have already been used successfully in different clinical settings to treat anxiety and delirium. The aim of this prospective, randomized investigation ...

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Low Intensity Family Support for Refugees in an LMIC

RATIONALE The rapidly growing scale of global humanitarian crises requires new response capabilities geared towards addressing populations with prolonged high vulnerability to mental health consequences and little access to health and social resources. The World Health Organization (WHO), under the leadership of Dr. Mark van Ommeren, has been advocating for ...

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Community Resilience Learning Collaborative and Research Network

C-LEARN's overall aim is to determine how best to improve resilience, particularly mental health-related quality of life for individual adult clients of diverse health and community-social service programs, through alternative strategies to build capacity of programs to provide services for depression, social risk factors and disaster-related concerns, as well as ...

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MAGZEN Effect on Recent Anxiety Reaction

107 patients suffering from recent anxiety reaction will be included in the study. They will be treated by MAGZEN during 4 weeks and we will study the effect of this treatment on the evolution of their anxiety after the cure.

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Pain Anxiety During Interventional Spine Procedures

Interventional spine procedures such as lumbar epidural steroid injections and nerve blocks can be painful or anxiety provoking for patients. It is paramount to reduce pain and anxiety as much as possible during these procedures, since doing so improves patient satisfaction and compliance. Lavender is a plant whose extracts are ...

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Burn Out Among Medical Family Doctors

The BOUM protocol is designed to provide a better understanding of the current burnout prevalence among French general practitioners, as well as its risk and protective factors. In order to fulfil those objectives, the methodologist estimated a 1536 individuals sample size, using an expected prevalence of severe burnout ranged between ...

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Preventing Persistent Post-Surgical Pain and Dysfunction

Persistent post-surgical pain (PPSP) is a common and debilitating problem following surgery.1 Orthopedic surgeries, such as Total Knee Arthoplasty (TKA), are consistently associated with high postoperative pain, putting patients at risk for PPSP.2, 3 In fact, TKA has the highest rate of PPSP at 6 months (49%) when compared to ...

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