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Participants will be randomly assigned to a two-week daily letter-writing intervention condition or a two-week control condition in phase one; phase one will occur two to four weeks before starting date of group ED therapy begins. All participants will complete a 25-week group therapy program as scheduled by the Eating Disorders Program following these two weeks of intervention/control illness.
Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04174703
Subjects of the MSHMC's partial hospitalization program will receive regular care for eating disorders. Participants in this research will conduct an additional two surveys with this common battery every three weeks, including those included in this study. Every three weeks, patients in PHP complete a battery of mood and eating disorder indices, including those from this study; in this case, patients in this study will complete a battery of mood and eating disorder indices; in this sample, patients will complete a battery of mood and eating disorder indices, including those that were not included; participants in this research will complete a The participants in this research will not change in their normal eating disorder care outside of study article use and these additional questionnaires. At their first visit for eating disorder therapy at child or adult partial hospitalization services at MSHMC's adolescent medicine eating disorders clinic, participants will be registered. Following completion of the urine drug screening and consent/assent, participants or parents of minor participants will be given a study drug or placebo. For subjects that are involved in child PHP and who eat meals with parents, the parents may opt to use study drug during meals at programming. All patients in Child PHP complete various eating disorder indices as a part of routine care, including the ED-15, EDE-Q, RCMAS, CDI, GAD-7, and PHQ-9, on their first interaction with PHP, including the ED-15, EDE-Q, RCMAS, CDI, GAD-7. While in PHP, participants will receive regular eating disorder assistance. All patients are given a first battery of laboratory tests as part of the standard of care for eating disorders from the start of contact with the eating disorders clinic.
Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05073679
Binge eating disorder is the most common eating disorder among adults, affecting 2. 8% of the population. Binge Focused Therapy, an innovative, guided self-help approach to BED therapy, has been created to address the shortcomings of standard BED therapy. BFT was derived from elements of Kathryn Hansen's "The Brain Over Binge Recovery Handbook," which incorporates key aspects of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialogue Enhancement Therapy, Motivational Enhancement Therapy, and addiction therapy. The study's uncontrolled findings showed significant decreases in binge episodes per month, binge eating disorder severity, general eating disorder symptoms, and increased optimism in changing binge eating habits. Although the results from this small, uncontrolled, proof-of-concept study were encouraging, qualitative and quantitative reports outlined several aspects of the BFT intervention that could be modified and tested in a randomized controlled trial that compares BFT to an active comparator, although the BFT's results are encouraging, qualitative and quantitative results support several aspects of the BFT intervention that may be expanded and tested in a small, uncontrolled controlled trial that compares BFT to a comparison comparator.
Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04432311
This is a randomized controlled trial for mental health professionals comparing two methods of education in family-based therapy for restrictive eating disorders. Clinicians who provide youth and provide Medicaid coverage within a predetermined group of participating California counties will be randomized to receive either web-based or live two-day training in FBT. Providers will be asked about their patients up to one year after the initial training, in addition to implementation success, de-identified clinical data will be collected from hospitals.
Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05389657
The COVID-19 pandemic has had adverse effects on mental stability, especially on mental stability. Individuals with eating disorders are no exception, with increased symptoms and exacerbated feelings of loneliness and anxiety. Given the popularity of our previous research on Family-Based Treatment for EDs, as well as the fast transition to virtual care during COVID-19, there is a pressing need to convert FBT to virtual formats and include it in the ED network. This report, based on the investigator's previous research and increasing capacity in the program, based on a multi-site case study with a mixed method pre/post layout. With ongoing support during initial implementation, the investigator will deploy implementation teams at each site and host a virtual training session on vFBT.
Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04678843
In particular, the investigators will look at a sample of non-underweight adults presenting with ED whether or not CBT-E, and a therapy combining MIT and CBT-F is a safe, b well tolerated, and c potentially helpful on eating disorder signs and other outcomes. The investigators expect that CBT-F+MIT will achieve high treatment adherence and retention on the grounds of previous MIT research on personality disorders.
Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05503745
A lag time before evidence-based research is converted to real world use is expected to be 14-20 years, as such. Service users are secure in the ERC's administrative expertise, and they expect the service to be evidence-based. Hence, the UK National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence advised not to commission ERC in primary health care other than in well-designed research studies. The Eva-PED-t has the ability to pick up on the lack of evidence-based interventions, the lack of evidence-based interventions in public health services in general, as well as the poor implementation of evidence-based therapies in public health services in general. The EVA_PED team will evaluate the deployment of the PED-t in the public health care services ERC in terms of efficiency and efficiency, as well as a mixed methods approach. The researchers behind the EVA-PED finalized the study of effectivity from PED-t on treating eating disorders in 2018 — giving more hope for improved therapy availability, lowering barriers for treatment seeking behavior, and facilitating a more effective treatment delivery. The EVA-PED will determine changes in the therapy and arrangement based on their experiences and recommendations, as well as the results from in depth interviews of patient and therapist groups from the PED-t intervention as user groups, as well as the results from in depth interviews in the corresponding groups of patients and therapists. What are the symptoms among the patients receiving PED-t in a naturalistic setting?
Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04980781
There is a gap in the literature regarding the feasibility and implementation of parent-led support groups for parents of children or adolescents with eating disorders. In this research, we will be tracking 40 parents in Ontario who will virtually participate in one of three parent-led advocacy organizations for parents of children and teens with eating disorders.
Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04686864
Canada has seen a rise in new pediatric eating disorder cases and hospitalizations, as well as long treatment waitlists during the COVID-19 pandemic, with parents experiencing anxiety due to a lack of funding. Children, youth, and families living with eating disorders all across Canada are vulnerable, and as it has not been rigorously examined, it is imperative to understand and mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on children, youth, and families living with eating disorders. Given the increased stigma faced by parents of children with eating disorders during the COVID-19 pandemic, the second aim is to investigate whether the national adoption of virtual parent-led peer support organizations can help to minimize the pandemic's effects among affected parents. The investigators will investigate the potential and acceptability of the implementation of virtual parent-led peer support groups in several regions of Canada at the same time, by investigating parent and parent peer support provider experiences.
Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05151900
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