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There are 8 clinical trials
The recent COVID-19 outbreak is very challenging as data are distributed instantly on the data are very rapidly distributed through professional and non professional sources which may impact the management of the disease
Description: the survey will be send and received online and data will be analysedMeasure: Number of physicians affected by social media measured by online survey designed to measure the influence of social media on medical practice Time: one month
According to the data of February 2020, in Turkey with a population of 83.9 million, internet and social media usage percentage to population are 74% and 64% respectively. Although previous researches have investigated the effect of social media on different medical situations, there is no study focused role of social media on patients' behavior and information source during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the present study, it is aimed to reveal the impact of social media on patients' attitudes and information sources during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Description: applying a custom made survey to examine the role of social media and which type of research module is more effectiveMeasure: the role of social media Time: 1 week
The situation of COVID-19 pandemic creates many challenges for cancer patients and caregivers. Some modifications in cancer management have been evolved from cancer societies and organizations to support oncology professionals as much as possible to deliver optimal care to their cancer patients in such exceptional circumstances, and to protect patients from infection with COVID-19 as much as possible.
Description: measured by online survey designed using Likert Scale to understand the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on cancer careMeasure: patients' and survivors' perspective of their cancer care during COVID-19 pandemic Time: one month
The study aims to analyze the effect of COVID-19 pandemic on the academic performance of veterinary students, veterinarians, and researchers during the lockdown.
Description: An online questionnaire (Question:How did COVID-19 pandemic affect your study/ research?. Response: Greatly affected, Moderately affected, slightly affected, Not affectedMeasure: Measure the effect of COVID-19 pandemic on the academic performance of veterinary medical students Time: 13/4/2020 - 10/8/2020
Description: Open question: How many hours do you spend in on-line learning?Measure: Measure the average studying time Time: 13/4/2020 - 10/8/2020
Description: Question:How do you rate on-line education? Answer on 1-10 scale, 1 is the lowest evaluation and 10 is the highest evaluationMeasure: Evaluate on-line education during COVID-19 pandemic lockdown Time: 13/4/2020 - 10/8/2020
Description: Question:How do you rate on-line education in practical lessons? Answer on 1-10 scale, 1 is the lowest evaluation and 10 is the highest evaluationMeasure: Evaluate on-line education in practical lessons during COVID-19 pandemic lockdown Time: 13/4/2020 - 10/8/2020
This study aims to analyze the online learning of veterinary anatomy during COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.
Description: An online questionnaire (Statement: I'm interested in studying anatomy on-line. Response: Strongly agree/ agree/ neutral/ disagree/ strongly disagreeMeasure: Measure the students' interest in studying anatomy on-line. Time: 05/06/2020-05/07/2020
Description: An online questionnaire (Statement: I'm comfortable with technological skills during online studying of anatomy. (Using Computers, surfing the internet, downloading files, etc.....) Response: Strongly agree/ agree/ neutral/ disagree/ strongly disagree)Measure: Assess the easiness of using technology during studying anatomy online Time: 05/06/2020-05/07/2020
Description: 1- An online questionnaire (Statement: The anatomy study materials provided to me by the lecturers were enough. Response: Strongly agree/ agree/ neutral/ disagree/ strongly disagree)Measure: Assess the student satisfaction regarding the provided study materials Time: 05/06/2020-05/07/2020
Description: An online questionnaire (Statement: On-line learning of anatomy can replace face-to-face teaching. Response: Strongly agree/ agree/ neutral/ disagree/ strongly disagreeMeasure: Online learning as a substitution for face-to-face teaching Time: 05/06/2020-05/07/2020
Description: An online questionnaire (Statement:I can understand anatomy well using on-line learning.. Response: Strongly agree/ agree/ neutral/ disagree/ strongly disagreeMeasure: Measure the understanding of anatomy using on-line learning. Time: 05/06/2020-05/07/2020
Description: A question: What is the average studying hours of anatomy before COVID-19 pandemic? Response: number of studying hours per week A question: What is the average studying hours of anatomy during COVID-19 pandemic? Response: number of studying hours per weekMeasure: Assess the average studying time of anatomy before and during the pandemic lockdown Time: 05/06/2020-05/07/2020
Description: A question: What is the most common problem did you face during the online learning of anatomy?Measure: Assess the common problems during studying anatomy online Time: 05/06/2020-05/07/2020
Healthcare renunciation is defined as: "Individuals give up care when they do not seek services and health care professionals when they experience a disorder, experience a physical or mental disorder, or when they do not access all of the prescribed care." In 2008, 16.5% of the general French population reported having renounced care. The causes mentioned of the renunciation are mainly the financial difficulties, the deadlines of appointments considered too long, the geographical remoteness. In the department of Sarthe, the rate of cessation of care is estimated at 27.6% over the period from 2014 to 2017. In the context of the COVID-19 epidemic, containment was applied in France counted from 17 March 2020. The widespread message was "save lives, stay at home". The Ministry of Solidarity and Health has provided health professionals with a circular to adapt the management of patients with chronic disease, requiring elective surgical care and pregnant women. The decline in activity of general practitioners is estimated at 44% and that of other specialists at 71%. In Paris, visits to the emergency room fell by 45% for adults and 70% for children. The main risk is the deterioration of the health status of some patients with the worsening of chronic diseases, the discovery of pathologies during episodes of decompensation and the absence of management of serious acute pathologies. The study aims to assess the importance of giving up care during this period of COVID-19 and in comparison with a study conducted at the University Hospital of Angers and the hospital of Le Mans in 2017.
The primary objective of this survey study is to assess the impact of the current COVID-19 pandemic on participants with psychiatric disorders to identify areas of needed support and services. Data collected may serve as a foundational research in the prevention, care and treatment of mental health disorders during pandemics such as COVID-19. This survey study will utilize the Epidemic-Pandemic Impacts Inventory (EPII). This is a newly tool designed to assess tangible impacts of epidemics and pandemics across personal and social life domains.
Description: The Epidemic-Pandemic Impacts Inventory (EPII) is a newly tool designed to assess tangible impacts of epidemics and pandemics across personal and social life domains. Candidate items were constructed by a team of clinical and developmental psychologists with expertise in assessment of stress, trauma, resilience, and coping. Feedback from professionals across multiple disciplines (e.g., social work, pediatrics, medicine, anthropology) was incorporated in selecting and refining final items for of the measure, which was accomplished via expert consensus.Measure: Survey: Epidemic-Pandemic Impacts Inventory (EPII) Time: one year
Recent studies show that patients who have contracted COVID-19 retain very significant fatigue after resolving the infectious episode. This fatigue may be explained by low-grade inflammation. There is more data for patients with COVID-19 who have been hospitalized than for non-hospitalized patients with milder forms. However, COVID-19 related fatigue would not only affect elderly people with severe cardiopulmonary consequences but also young subjects without severities. This notion is not very widespread and to date, COVID contracted by young subjects is considered to have very few consequences on their health. It is also known that the prevalence of sleep debt is significant in the general population and particularly in young people, and it is also known that sleep deprivation increases low-grade inflammation and facilitates the risk of viral contamination. The association between sleep deprivation, drowsiness and possibly low-grade inflammation raise questions about the mechanisms of fatigue in the general population. Investigators are also entitled to wonder to what extent the chronic sleep debt suffered by the French population can explain an increased risk of contamination by COVID 19 but also significant residual fatigue after COVID infection. Bordeaux University Hospital screens 2,000 subjects per day at risk of being infected by COVID, it would be very interesting to measure, in a population of young adults aged 18-45 years, frequently exposed to a sleep debt, sleep hygiene (bedtime and wake-up times, sleep and wake-up schedules, and overall sleep satisfaction), average sleep duration, level of fatigue and drowsiness and to compare these thresholds between subjects with or without COVID 19 according to nasopharyngeal PCR.
Description: Presence of significant fatigue as measured by the Fatigue Severity Scale (FSS) at 1 month. Score from 1 to 7 FSS is a 9-item questionnaire with questions related to how fatigue interferes with certain activities and rates its severity according to a self-report scale. The items are scored on a 7 point scale with 1 = strongly disagree and 7= strongly agree. The minimum score is 9 and maximum score possible is 63. Higher is the score, greater is the fatigue severityMeasure: Fatigue Severity Scale Time: one month after inclusion (T0)
Description: Diagnosis of COVID-19 by nasopharyngeal PCRMeasure: COVID Diagnosis Time: inclusion (T0)
Description: Fatigue measured by Fatigue Severity Scale FSS is a 9-item questionnaire with questions related to how fatigue interferes with certain activities and rates its severity according to a self-report scale. The items are scored on a 7 point scale with 1 = strongly disagree and 7= strongly agree. The minimum score is 9 and maximum score possible is 63. Higher is the score, greater is the fatigue severityMeasure: Fatigue evolution Time: Inclusion (T0) and one month after
Description: Sleep hygiene measured with questionnaireMeasure: Sleep hygiene Time: Inclusion (T0) and one month after
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An HTML report was created for each of the unique drugs, MeSH, and HPO terms associated with COVID-19 clinical trials. Each report contains a list of either the drug, the MeSH terms, or the HPO terms. All of the terms in a category are displayed on the left-hand side of the report to enable easy navigation, and the reports contain a list of correlated drugs, MeSH, and HPO terms. Further, all reports contain the details of the clinical trials in which the term is referenced. Every clinical trial report shows the mapped HPO and MeSH terms, which are also hyperlinked. Related HPO terms, with their associated genes, protein mutations, and SNPs are also referenced in the report.Drug Reports MeSH Reports HPO Reports