Assessing the Relationship between Parental Activation and Obesity-related Health Behaviors among Overweight and Obese Low-income Racial/Ethnic Minority Young Patients
The goal of this study is to determine the association between parental activation and obesity-related health behaviors in overweight/obese youth from low-income or racial/ethnic minority background.
Principal Investigator:Corinna Koebnick, PhD, MSc
Funding Source:Kaiser Permanente and Johns Hopkins Medicine Research Collaboration Committee
Funding Years:2017 - 2018
Disparities in Progression to Renal Replacement Therapy
This retrospective cohort study will explore the reasons for the increased incidence of end-stage renal disease in African Americans and Hispanics by focusing on quality of care for diabetes, hypertension, and chronic kidney disease.
Principal Investigator:Stephen F. Derose, MD, MSHS
Funding Source:National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)
Funding Years:2009 - 2013
Population-based diabetes in youth registry: SEARCH for Diabetes in Youth, Phase 4, California Site
The aims of this study are (1) to ascertain prevalent diabetes cases in calendar year 2017 among youth age <20 years at diagnosis, using cost-efficient approaches that maximize use of information in the electronic health records (EHRs) and administrative databases, (2) to continue to ascertain newly diagnosed (incident 2015-2020) diabetes cases in youth age <20 years, using cost-efficient approaches that maximize use of EHRs and administrative databases, (3) to determine agreement between the etiological classification of diabetes type using biochemical markers and provider assessment; to describe selected clinical characteristics at diagnosis, and to establish an infrastructure that facilitates the development of more detailed ancillary studies by storing biological samples and preserving contact with potential study participants, and (4) To optimize efficiency of SEARCH surveillance activities through targeted Development and Validation (D&V) Projects designed to utilize electronic health data to operationalize each of the three tiers of surveillance to the extent possible. (1U18 DP006133)
Principal Investigator:Jean M. Lawrence, ScD, MPH, MSSA
Funding Source:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Funding Years:2015 - 2020
Trajectories of Physical Activity and Sedentary Time in Adolescent/Young Women (TAAG 3)
The major goals of this trial are to determine the effectiveness of a school and community-linked physical activity intervention to reduce the decline in physical activity in young women, a cohort who have been followed since middle school.