EDU

Liu 2021 / ChiCTR1900028351

Study Aim
Treatment MCI
Current Status of Trial
Protocol/Planned
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Health Education
Study ID(s) and Acronym(s)
ChiCTR1900028351
Dosage and Duration
This study is a single-blinded, randomized, prospective clinical trial. We will recruit 132 participants with MCI who will be randomly assigned to a TTM-based health education group and a standard health education group in a ratio of 1:1. The intervention group will receive a TTM-based health education program (1 session/week, 4-560 min/session for 8 weeks), while the control group will receive standard health education. Assessors blinded to participant allocation will conduct baseline, post-intervention, and 3-month follow-up assessments.
Health Status/Diagnosis
Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

Hoogenhout 2011

Study Aim
Treatment MCI
Current Status of Trial
Completed
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Educational Programme//Control Group
Dosage and Duration
Intervention group - 2 one and a half hour sessions per week for four weeks plus homework assignment after each session. Control group - names placed on a waiting list.
Health Status/Diagnosis
Healthy Persons

FACTS / NCT01194128

Study Aim
Caregiver Focused
Current Status of Trial
Ongoing
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Psychoeducational Support//Information Only control
Study ID(s) and Acronym(s)
NCT01194128 // R01 NR009573 // FACTS
Dosage and Duration
The experiemntal group: Psychoeducational Support: comprised of 3 modules - one on the clinical aspects of frailty, one on advanced care planning, and one aimd at improving the emotional well-being of family caregivers. The intervention will be delivered via 11 sessions lasting 90mins each distributed over a six month period. All family caregivers will begin with the Basic Knowledge Module. Modules Two and Three will be delivered in alternating sessions, based on caregiver need and preference, a strategy successfully used in the REACH intervention trial//Information only control group: will receive a portion of the standardized packet of written information that is also provided to the treatment group. This packet will contain several fact sheets from a nationally-recognized expert source in caregiving (the Family Caregiver Alliance's National Center on Caregiving) and a national information and advocacy group (the National Citizens' Coalition for Nursing Home Reform). The fact sheets are relevant to the placement of a family member into a nursing home and are linked to the content areas covered in the intervention
Health Status/Diagnosis
Caregiver

The DARES Study / ISRCTN99651465

Study Aim
Treatment Dementia
Current Status of Trial
Completed
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Education Reminiscence-based Programme for Staff (SERPS)
Study ID(s) and Acronym(s)
ISRCTN99651465 // RP/2008/64) // DARES
Dosage and Duration
Staff participants in long-stay units randomised to the experimental arm will attend the DARES structured education reminiscence-based programme for staff (SERPS), which will be delivered over three days; starting with two consecutive days and a third day, 6 weeks later. The DARES research team will provide telephone support to staff participants during the study period (22-25 weeks post randomisation) and will conduct one support visit to each unit within this period. The SERPS is founded on the DARES programme philosophy of empowerment of staff participants, including identifying what participants perceive to be important and what they feel they need to know. The concepts of learner-centeredness and adult learning are at the core of the programme, and those teaching the programme will adopt a facilitator-participant role, as this is considered central to modelling an empowerment philosophy. Staff participants will be trained to enable them to incorporate reminiscence in the care of residents with dementia
Health Status/Diagnosis
Dementia

VIDEANT / ISRCTN43578978

Study Aim
Treatment Dementia
Current Status of Trial
Completed
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Staff Training//Treatment as Usual
Study ID(s) and Acronym(s)
ISRCTN43578978 // LT 44-076 // VIDEANT
Dosage and Duration
18 care centres in Berlin will be randomised to the intervention or control conditions: Intervention centres: 20 hours of training for nursing staff on causes, symptomatology and treatment of neuropsychiatric symptoms in dementia; 4 hours of training for primary care psychiatrists on causes and medical treatment of neuropsychiatric symptoms in dementia; 15 minute individual occupational therapy sessions twice a week; Provision of and training in standardized assessments of neuropsychiatric symptoms in dementia (nursing staff)//Control centres: treatment as usual
Health Status/Diagnosis
Dementia

Mozolic 2010

Study Aim
Cognitive Enhancement (healthy)
Current Status of Trial
Completed
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Training Program//Educational Control Program
Dosage and Duration
Individualized attention training program that is targeting auditory and visual attention. All task stimuli and distractor were presented to participants on a movie screen and overhead speakers via an LCD projector the responses on each task were made by giving verbal or handwritten answers over 8 weeks
Health Status/Diagnosis
Healthy Elderly

Monfort 2010

Study Aim
Other
Current Status of Trial
Completed
Study Design
CCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Medical Prescription With Verbal Instructions//Medical Prescription With Verbal Instructions Verbal And Pictorial Representations
Dosage and Duration
Receiving medical prescription instructions in one of two formats: with verbal instructions only, or with verbal instructions associated with pictorial representations
Health Status/Diagnosis
Alzheimer Disease (AD)//Healthy Elderly

Au 2010

Study Aim
Caregiver Focused
Current Status of Trial
Completed
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Coping with Caregiving (CWC) Psychoeducational Program//Control
Dosage and Duration
13 weekly training sessions which taught specific cognitive-behavioral strategies to handle caregiving stress or wait-list control
Health Status/Diagnosis
Primary Caregivers

ACTRN12610000189022

Study Aim
Treatment Dementia
Current Status of Trial
Planned
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Staff Training//Educational Workshop
Study ID(s) and Acronym(s)
ACTRN12610000189022
Dosage and Duration
There will be three treatment conditions. CONDITION ONE: Aged care staff participants in condition one will receive training in the use of an assessment and management instrument for challenging behaviours in residential care. This training will involve a single two-hour session and will be conducted as a group session by one of the investigators. Condition one participants will also participate in a single session, two-hour educational workshop designed to teach aged care staff how to identify and manage the causes of challenging behaviours in aged care residents with dementia. Staff who participate in the educational workshop will also receive three months of fortnightly clinical support visits, carried out by an experienced clinician. CONDITION TWO: Aged care staff participants in condition two will receive the educational workshop and three months clinical support, but they will not receive the training session in the use of the assessment and management instrument. CONDITION THREE: Aged care staff participants in condition three will receive the training session in the use of the assessment and management instrument, but they will not participate in the educational workshop or receive the three months of clinical support
Health Status/Diagnosis
Dementia//Caregivers

IRCT138809302200N2

Study Aim
Caregiver Focused
Current Status of Trial
Ongoing
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Family Education Program//No intervention
Study ID(s) and Acronym(s)
IRCT138809302200N2
Health Status/Diagnosis
Dementia Caregiver