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Belmont, Massachusetts Clinical Trials

A listing of Belmont, Massachusetts clinical trials actively recruiting patient volunteers.

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Found (693) clinical trials

Effectiveness of Bupropion for Smokers Recovering From Alcohol Dependence

Past research suggests that over 75% of alcohol dependent individuals in early alcohol recovery smoke cigarettes; smoking-related mortality exceeds alcohol-related mortality in this population. Many alcohol dependent individuals in early recovery are interested in smoking cessation treatment; however, studies indicate that these smokers find it very difficult to quit smoking. ...

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Mobile Intervention to Improve Functional Health and Community Engagement of Post-9/11 Veterans With Chronic Insomnia

To determine if the addition of physical activity (PA) to (CBTI) can further enhance sleep, physical activity, functioning, or social engagement over and above self-management use of a CBTI app alone, the investigators will randomly assign post-9/11 veteran participants with chronic, functionally impairing insomnia to either (1) a self-management-based use ...

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The "AIM Study": Investigating Whether Actigraphy and Ideation Measures Can Promote Patient Safety

RESEARCH DESIGN: A prospective cohort study of Veterans will be conducted to determine if the previously-identified specific actigraphy-based measurements highly associated with suicidal ideation in non-Veterans will predict suicidal ideation, suicidal behavior, and/or rehospitalization in Veterans. METHODS: An analysis of Veterans admitted to the Bedford, Massachusetts VAMC acute psychiatry unit ...

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Objective Assessment of Behavioral Associations of Patients With Dementia

Objective(s): The key goal of this project is to develop methods for objectively monitoring and, ultimately, predicting outbursts of aberrant behaviors commonly seen among patients with a variety of neuropsychiatric conditions: dementia, PTSD, TBI, and schizophrenia. This initial study will be on patients with dementia. The analytic focus is on ...

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Maintaining Independence and Sobriety Through Systems Integration Outreach and Networking

Background: Homeless Veterans often have multiple health care and psychosocial needs, including assistance with access to housing and health care, as well as support for ongoing treatment engagement. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) developed specialized Homeless Patient Alignment Care Teams (HPACT) with the goal of offering an integrated, "one-stop ...

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Web-Delivered Acceptance & Commitment Therapy for Smokers With Bipolar Disorder

The study consist of two separate phases. Phase I consists of website usability testing. Investigators will collect feedback and incorporate the feedback into our website that is tailored for people with bipolar disorder. In Phase II investigators will be comparing quit rates of two groups both utilizing Nicotine Replacement Therapy ...

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Cholinesterase Inhibitor Discontinuation

There are no reliable findings from controlled trials about discontinuation of cholinesterase inhibitors from a patient and family perspective. It is unknown at what point these medications do not have effects, and how they can safely be discontinued. The investigators will identify Veterans who have been taking a cholinesterase inhibitor ...

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Improving Functional Outcomes of Veterans With PTSD and Tobacco Dependence

Veterans with PTSD have high rates of smoking (34%-86% vs. 18% in the general population) and have substantial difficulties with quitting tobacco. Only 23% of individuals with PTSD quit smoking compared to 50% of the general population. As a result, Veterans with PTSD are at high risk of developing severe ...

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Improving Linkage to Health and Other Services for Veterans Leaving Incarceration

Veterans leaving incarceration (henceforth, "reentry Veterans") are among the most underserved by the VA and thus are an increasingly high priority population. The Bureau of Justice Statistics estimates that 140,000 Veterans are incarcerated in the U.S. at a given time, approximately 80% of whom are eligible for VA benefits. Many ...

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A Randomized Control Trial Treating Depression With Yoga and Coherent Breathing Versus Walking in Veterans

Overview The study tests the hypothesis that an imbalance in the autonomic nervous system with to much sympathetic tone (Fight or Flight) and to little parasympathetic tone (rest, renewal and social engagement) and associated low activity in the neurotransmitter gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) is associated with negative emotional states and ...

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