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|drug389||BRII-196 and BRII-198 Wiki||0.71|
|D000856||Anorexia Nervosa NIH||1.00|
|D001068||Feeding and Eating Disorders NIH||0.32|
There are 2 clinical trials
Anorexia nervosa is a severe psychiatric condition. On the nutritional level, one of the objectives recommended by the High Authority of Health is to "achieve and maintain an appropriate weight and nutritional status". It is recommended that, in the event of hospitalisation, this should be "as long as necessary" and be based on a weight contract as a condition for discharge. Within the Pôle Universitaire de Psychiatrie de l'Enfant et de l'Adolescent of the Centre Psychothérapique de Nancy, an inpatient unit takes care of children and adolescents with a specific valence in the management of patients suffering from eating disorders. Since the first quarter of 2020, France has been progressively affected by the pandemic of the coronavirus 2019, Covid-19. This pandemic has led to unprecedented containment measures in France and around the world. At the time of the announcement of the implementation of containment, the investigators proposed to the parents of patients hospitalized in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Department of the Nancy Psychotherapy Center who were approaching their discharge weight to be able to end their hospitalization prematurely. As a follow-up to this hospitalisation, intensive outpatient care was offered to the families, in accordance with State recommendations in connection with the pandemic. In this hospitalized unit, weekly outpatient consultations were maintained and coupled with telephone interviews, teleconsultation interviews and a telephone hotline for the healthcare team. The objective of the study is to explore, in a qualitative way, the experiences of patients hospitalized in the child psychiatry department for anorexia nervosa at the time of the coronavirus epidemic in France and those of their parents, in relation to the reorganization of care.
Description: Analyzing the discourse content regarding the experiences related to changes in the care of patients with anorexia nervosa hospitalized in a child and adolescent psychiatric ward in Nancy, France, and their parents, in the context of the Covid-19 crisis.Measure: Content analysis concerning the reorganization of care for children or adolescent and thier parents Time: 1 interview for each participant during 45 minutes
The COVID-19 pandemic has had detrimental effects on mental health. Individuals with eating disorders (EDs) are no exception, exhibiting increased symptoms and exacerbated feelings of isolation and anxiety. Across Canada, in-person outpatient services have been quickly replaced with virtual care, yet practitioners and patients have noted substantial challenges in adapting ED-related care virtually. Given the success of our previous research on Family-Based Treatment (FBT) for EDs, as well as the rapid transition to virtual care during COVID-19, there is an urgent need to adapt FBT to virtual formats and adopt it in the ED network. Using a multi-site case study with a mixed method pre/post design, this study aims to examine the implementation of virtual FBT (vFBT) as well as its impact within six ED programs in Ontario, building on the investigator's previous work, and further developing capacity in the system. The investigator will develop implementation teams at each site and provide a virtual training workshop on vFBT, with ongoing consultation during initial implementation. The investigator proposes to examine implementation success by studying fidelity to vFBT, as well as team and patient/family experience with virtual care, and patient outcomes. These findings for virtual care will not only be important in the COVID-19 context but are also vital in the North, where access to specialized services is extremely limited.
Description: Measured by a self-report questionnaire entitled Key Measure of Therapist Behaviours and Self-Efficacy in FBT (an indicator of therapist adherence to the key components of standard FBT within the vFBT model)Measure: Key components of FBT Time: Completed after session 4 of treatment, approximately 4 months
Description: Fidelity to vFBT, measured by FBT fidelity ratings of the first four sessions of vFBT using the FBT Fidelity and Adherence Check (experts in FBT fidelity rating will rate the recordings).Measure: Fidelity Time: Completed after the session 4 of treatment, approximately 4 months
Description: Experiences of the therapists, medical practitioners, administrators, and families in vFBT, qualitatively measured during semi-structured focus groupsMeasure: Qualitative experience of participants Time: Completed after session 4 of treatment, approximately 4 months
Description: Weight will be measured in kilograms.Measure: Change in Weight Time: At baseline before treatment, and at 1 week, 2 weeks, 3 weeks, and 4 weeks.
Description: The number of binge/purge episodes each week will be recorded by patients/their families.Measure: Change in Number of Binge/Purge Episodes Time: At baseline before treatment, and at 1 week, 2 weeks, 3 weeks, and 4 weeks.
Description: The Brief Individual Readiness to Change Scale will indicate how ready therapists feel they are to change. Higher scores indicate greater readiness to use research-based direct service techniques. Minimum score is 0, maximum score is 20.Measure: Therapists' Change in Readiness Time: At baseline, after training (approx. 1 month), and after 4 sessions of treatment (approx. 4 months)
Description: Their attitudes about evidence-based practice will be assessed using the Evidence Based Practice Attitudes Scale (EBPAS). The subscales include requirements, appeal, openness and divergence. The score for each subscale is created by computing a mean score for the items that load on a given subscale. Minimum score for each subscale is 0, maximum score for each subscale is 4.Measure: Therapists' Change in Attitudes about Evidence Based Practice Time: At baseline, after training (approx. 1 month), and after 4 sessions of treatment (approx. 4 months)
Description: Their confidence related to the intervention will be assessed by administering an adapted version of the Perceived Attributes of the Principles of Effectiveness Scale (MPAS). Higher scores are indicative of more favorable perception for adoption of the Family-Based Treatment model. The minimum score is 18, the maximum score is 90.Measure: Therapists' Change in Confidence related to the Intervention Time: At baseline, after training (approx. 1 month), and after 4 sessions of treatment (approx. 4 months)
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