Clinical and Community Research and Programs

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Clinical and Community Research and Programs2018-11-12T10:23:07+00:00

Clinical and Community Research and Programs

Title – Work related stress and patient safety in UIC hospital NICU

Funder – Chicago (IL) City (Public Schools)

Title – Beginnings: A University Partnership Program -Healthy Steps (PIHV-Prevention Initiative Home Visiting)

Funder – American Academy of Pediatrics

Title – Early Childhood Education and Medical Homes

Funder – Lurie Children’s (Prime sponsor: NIH)

Title – Does Choice of Contraceptive Method influence frequency of STI screening and rates of STI’s among Adolescents and Young adults in an Urban Academic Setting

Funder – Management & Training Corporation- Chicago Job Corp

Title – Adolescent Medicine Clinical and Educational Site- Paul Simon Chicago Job Corps Center

Title – Measuring the Transition Readiness of Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus using Transition Readiness Assessment Questionnaire (TRAQ)

Title – Adherence to Long-term Follow-Up Screening Guidelines in Minority Childhood Cancer Survivors and Associated Impact on Cardiovascular Health Outcomes

Title – Retrospective chart review of accidental extubation in neonates

Funder – UCLA

Title – Healthy Minds, Healthy Children, Healthy Chicago (H3)

Description
http://hss.semel.ucla.edu/portfolio/h3-tracker/

Funder – U of MN

Title – Healthy Youth Development Prevention Research Center – CASH: confidential Adolescent Sexual Health Services

Funder – American Academy of Pediatrics (Merck)

Title –  AAP Contract for Adolescent Health Consortium project: Connecting Adolescents and Young Adults to Preventive Health Care Services

Description

Funded by the Merck Foundation through a grant to the American Academy of Pediatrics, this project aims to improve the quality of adolescent and young adult preventive services and promote the inclusion of private, confidential one-on-one interactions between clinicians and youth during routine primary care encounters. The project also convenes a coalition of the American Academy of Pediatrics, American Academy of Family Physicians, American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine to address education and implementation of research findings to improve delivery of preventive care to young people and their families. Lead research partners for the project are based at the University of Illinois at Chicago and Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.

Funder – American Academy of Pediatrics (Prime sponser: FAMRI)

Title –  AAP Julius B. Richmond Center of Excellence

Description

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Julius B Richmond Center is dedicated to the elimination of childrens’ exposure to tobacco and secondhand smoke by changing the clinical practice of pediatrics through the development and dissemination of practice tools; research; and improvement of community health. The Richmond Center is funded by the Flight Attendant Medical Research Institute and other public and private grants, and is based at the AAP with affiliated site and investigators at 7 academic medical centers. The Richmond Center works to create a healthy environment for children, adolescents, and families through public education and through the translation of research into practice and policy in clinical care and in communities in the US and globally. Current projects include surveys of the social climate of tobacco control, a rapid nanotechnology device for secondhand smoke measurement, a microbiome and respiratory illness project, replication of parent secondhand smoke interventions in China and Kenya, and others. Dr. Klein serves as the Scientific Director of the Center.

Title –  Refusal of intramuscular vitamin K prophylaxis in newborns

Title – Electronic Nicotine Delivery System Perceptions and Knowledge Among Pediatric and Internal Medicine – Pediatric Residency Trainees

Funder – NIH: NHLBI

Title – The Asthma Action at Erie Trial

Description
http://asthmaaction.ihrp.uic.edu/

Funder – NIH: NIDCR

Title – Coordinated Oral Health Promotion (CO-OP) Chicago

Description

Funder – Rush Univ Medical Ctr (Prime sponsor: NIH NIDDK)

Title – Multi-Clinic Action Trial to Control Hyperglycemia and Hypertension

Description

https://projectreporter.nih.gov/project_info_description.cfm?aid=8630802&icde=0

Funder – Circle of Service Fdn Inc

Title – Medical Legal Partnership

Title – Pediatric Resident Assessment of Unmet Needs and Adverse Childhood Experiences

Title – Addressing Social Key Questions for Helping Experienced Adversity in Life to Heal: the ASK Questions for HEALTH study

Title – Pediatrics Milestones Assessment Collaborative

Title – Neutral Head Positioning in Preventing Intraventricular Hemorrhage

Title – Pulmonary Hypertension increases length of NICU stay, mortality and social worker use

Title – Incidence of Necrotizing Enterocolitis in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Title – The LEAD Experience

Title – Developing a Tool to Evaluate Patient-Provider Communication & Patient Satisfaction in Adult Asthma Management

Title – Connecting Early Childhood Education and Medical Homes

Title – African American Parent Management of Children with ADHD Focus Group Study

Funder – SDBP

Title – Sit Down and Play

Funder – SDBP

Title – Feasibility and acceptability of text messaging as a supplementary channel of communication between parents and NICU staff

Description
This study will examine the feasibility and acceptability of a personalized, one-way, text messaging program to improve communication between parents and NICU staff.

Title – Impact of an NICU rounding report on resident’s time utilization and workload

Description
The aim of this study is to determine time savings in residents workflow after the introduction of a NICU specific rounding report. Our main outcome is time spent preparing the NICU rounding flowsheet. Secondary outcomes are: time spent inside the NICU and time performing physical exam on patients.

Title – Reducing Excessive Variation in Infant Sepsis Evaluations

Funder – M&P Food Communications
Title – Dreamfields 50 States/ 50 Plates 2013 Health Initiative Individual Award

Funder – Lilly
Title – Diabetes Care in Schools: An Educational Program for School Nurses and Delegated Care Aids

Funder – Medtronic Inc

Title – Diabetes Care in Schools: An Educational Program for School Nurses and Delegated Care Aids

Title – Validation of a Pediatric Clinical Judgment Exercise in Assessing Entrustability of Fourth Year Medical Students in Critical Clinical Decision-Making

Title – Opportunity Costs of Sickle Cell Disease

Funder – NIH

Title – Primary Care Internet-based Depression Prevention For Adolescents (Catch-It)

Funder – US Dept of Health & Human Services (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services)

Title – University of Illinois CHECK (Coordination of Healthcare for Complex Kids)

Title – Defining Key Factors in Burnout and Resilience in Pediatric Residents and the Relationship to Performance

Funder – Respiratory Health Association

Title – Respiratory Health Association