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Care to Plan is a research study designed to assist caregivers of people with memory loss.

An interactive web-based resource designed for nursing faculty to create innovative effective clinical experiences for students in nursing homes.

This interactive resource provides learners with culturally relevant knowledge and examples in American Indian elder culture and introduces strategies to appropriately address cross-cultural issues in clinical settings.

This study examines the efficacy of a remote health monitoring system called the "eNeighbor" for people with memory loss.

The purpose of our study is to increase our understanding of the effects of aerobic arm or treadmill exercise on leg pain, walking capability, and quality of life in people with claudication.

A program for the whole family to promote cooking skills, healthful eating and family meals.

This study examines how a six-month exercise program affects symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and brain function over a year.

A useful resource for parents and teachers of preschool children with asthma.

The goal of this program is to help families eat healthy foods and eat meals together.

The goal of the Indian Family Stories Project has been to listen and learn from families who care for American Indian children with special health care needs in order to improve the quality of health care they receive.

These modules explore how Integrative mental health considers the needs of the whole person.

The purpose of this study is to compare the effects of participation in an 8-week yoga program with general aerobic and muscle strengthening exercises in older adults with knee OA.

The purpose of this study is to examine the influence of a physical activity and sleep tracking device on levels of physical activity and sleep among individuals eligible for cardiac rehabilitation.

The goals of this partnership are to promote community awareness of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD), facilitate screening and identification of PAD and to provide supervised exercise therapy for individuals with PAD in rural Minnesota communities.

Prime Time is an 18-month youth development program designed to prevent early pregnancy among vulnerable teens. Prime Time combines one-on-one case management and peer educator group sessions, delivered in tandem.

A program for families of relatives in assisted living or a nursing home. Families can often use information and support after a loved one enters a residential setting and this study is designed to evaluate whether the RCTM can provide such comprehensive support.

SNAPSHOT stands for Students, Nurses and Parents Seeking Healthy Options Together. The SNAPSHOT team works together with the goal of helping kids make healthy choices when it comes to what they eat, how to be active and how much time to spend using screens, like watching TV and playing video games.

The overall objective of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a tele-health care coordination and case management nursing intervention for children with complex special health care needs.

The study’s purpose is to assess the effect of yoga on measures of oxidative stress; motor function; and non-motor function in individuals with Parkinson’s disease

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