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Comprehensive Lifestyle Improvement Program for Men with Prostate Cancer (CLIPP)
The Comprehensive Lifestyle Improvement Program for Men with Prostate Cancer (CLIPP) is a lifestyle modification intervention study. The study focuses on changing lifestyle behaviors such as being more physically active and eating a healthier diet.
Improving Advance Care Planning for Cancer Patients
Improving Advance Care Planning for Cancer Patients Through Better Care Coordination: Seeking Insights from Family Physicians, Medical Oncologists, and People Living with Cancer.
Needs Assessment of Foster Youth with Disabilities
The needs assessment will explore the needs and availability of services, support and other assistance for these youth in their transition to adulthood across state and tribal child welfare agencies in Arizona. Read more
Project I-AADAPT: Identify and Address Alzheimer's and Dementia in Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities through Prevention and Training
A Program for Family Members, Caregivers.
Project Phase: Menstrual Cycle Variability in Smoking-Related Symptoms
Project Together: Expressing Bereavement through Peer-Based Interdisciplinary Arts for Adults with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities
Project Together provides opportunities for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) to articulate grief at the death of a parent caregiver or close family member through art-making at the University of Arizona ArtWorks Studio. The project will enhance, implement and evaluate a twelve-week expressive arts curriculum that facilitates a group bereavement process for adults with IDD. It will engage audiences and raise community awareness through presentation of the artists’ works at the University Art Museum.