There is one clinical trial.
African American adults, specifically those managing chronic disease and social isolation, are one of the most vulnerable groups susceptible to COVID-19. This intervention involves a multi-disciplinary and culturally sensitive approach to address two major COVID-19 related challenges in this population. First, this program collaborates with predominantly African American churches to implement Federal and State guidelines aimed at preventing outbreaks of COVID-19 at faith-based gatherings. Second, this program trains church-based health advisors to help African American older parishioners manage their chronic health conditions and reduce psychological distress during the pandemic.
Description: From pre-intervention to three-month post-intervention, a 30% change is anticipated for chronic physical and mental disease management among African American older adultsMeasure: Percentage of Participants Achieving Improvement of Health Conditions Using the Severity of Medical Chronic Conditions Surveys Time: 3 months
Description: From pre-intervention to three-month post-intervention, an 80% change is anticipated in knowledge, attitude, and behaviors of COVID-19 risk among African American older adultsMeasure: Percentage of Participants Achieving Target Levels of Knowledge, Attitude, and Behaviors with NIH Toolbox Surveys Time: 3 months
Description: From pre-intervention to three-month post-intervention, a 40% change is anticipated for COVID-19 testing among the population of African American Older adults.Measure: Prevalence of COVID-19 testing using Participant COVID-19 Test History Survey Time: 3 months
Description: From pre-intervention to three-month post-intervention, a 70% change is anticipated in uptake of pneumococcal and influenza vaccinations among the population of African American Older adults.Measure: Prevalence of pneumococcal and influenza vaccinations using Participant Immunization History Survey Time: 3 months
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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