Assessing parenting concerns in the early bereavement period could enhance the provision of family-centered end-of-life care for dying parents. Across the globe, the devastating toll of the COVID-19 pandemic creates a pressing need to support the mental health of newly bereaved adults with minor children.
Adolescents with eating disorders presenting for treatment were categorized by their binge/purge symptoms and compared on clinical presentation. The three presentation categories compared were: (1) regular objective binge eating and purging (2) regular subjective binge eating and purging and (3) purging without any binge eating. Adolescents who engaged in any type of binge eating had … Continued
This paper describes the development and deployment of 1) a regional forum of regulatory professionals (ReGARDD) from Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA)-funded institutions designed to build and capitalize on local expertise and 2) a regulatory guidance website (ReGARDD.org) geared toward academic researchers that reached 6000+ users in 2019 and continues to expand. ReGARDD strengthened … Continued
In our daily life, even in the face of multiple sound sources, our brain binds together frequency components that belong to the same source and recognizes individual sound objects, such as our conversations. We found that a higher-order auditory cortex, the A2 area, plays a critical role in this sound integration, providing insights into developing … Continued
Through the lens of the experiences of and challenges for Clinical and Translation Science Award (CTSA) institutions, this paper addresses how COVID-19 has impacted informed consent for clinical research, including an overview of informed consent and the challenges that existed prior to COVID-19, modifications to informed consent processes in response to the pandemic, lessons learned, … Continued