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Future Planning and Well-Being for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and Family Caregivers

The Feinstein Institute For Medical Research
| New York
Sophia Jan, MD, MSHP
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In progress; Not yet recruiting
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Research
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Research
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Comparing Two Ways for Parents of Youth with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities to Build Their Advocacy Skills

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
| North Carolina
Kathleen Thomas, MPH, PHD
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In progress; Recruiting
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Research
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In progress; Recruiting
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Research

Does Treating Genital Herpes in Pregnancy Reduce Racial Disparities in Severe Maternal Morbidity? -- The PCORI SMM Study

Kaiser Foundation Research Institute, a Division of Kaiser Foundation Hospitals
| California
De-Kun Li, MD, MPH, PHD
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
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Research

Comparing Two Ways to Support Parents in Breastfeeding -- The FEEDS Study

NorthShore University HealthSystem
| Illinois
Ann Borders, MD, MPH, MS
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
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Research

Does a Black Midwifery Program Improve Maternity Care for Black Women?

The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois
| Illinois
Kylea Liese, PhD, CNM
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Testing a Program to Improve Quality of Life among Latina Breast Cancer Survivors and Their Partners

University of South Florida
| Florida
Dinorah Martinez Tyson, PhD, MPH, MA
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
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Research

Comparing Four Ways to Reduce Pregnancy Complications among Black Mothers -- The ACURE4Moms Study

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine
| North Carolina
Jennifer Tang, MD, MS
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In progress; Recruiting
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Research
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In progress; Recruiting
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Research

Comparing Two Weight Loss Programs for Latina Women

Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University
| California
Lisa Rosas, PhD, MPH
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Two Ways to Improve Mental Health among Youth with Disabilities -- The BEST Study

University of Illinois at Chicago
| Illinois
Benjamin Van Voorhees, MD, MPH
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Two Ways to Improve Heart Health for Black Birthing People

Temple University
| Pennsylvania
Sharon Herring, MD, MPH
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In progress; Recruiting
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Research
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Research
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Teletherapy to Address Language Disparities in Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children

The Regents of the University of California, San Francisco
| California
Dylan Chan, MD, PhD
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Two Programs to Decrease HIV Risk among African-Born Black Women

Brigham and Women's Hospital
| Massachusetts
Bisola Ojikutu, MD, MPH
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In progress; Recruiting
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Research
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In progress; Enrollment complete
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Research

Comparing Two Ways to Manage Diabetes among African-American Women in the Southeast

Meharry Medical College
| Tennessee
Stephania Miller-Hughes, PhD, MS
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
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Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®

Comparing Two Ways to Improve Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Use for HIV Prevention

Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc.
| California
Albert Liu, MD, MPH
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In progress; Recruiting
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Research
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Comparing Two Ways to Improve Communication between Healthcare Teams and People with a Communication Disability

University of Colorado Denver
| Colorado
Megan A. Morris, PhD, MPH, CCC-SLP
Project Status:
In progress; Enrollment complete
Project Type:
Research

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