Participation in the EMPOWER-T2D study is still open! This study assess the effectiveness of shared medical appointment weight management and weight loss medications to improve outcomes for patients with a BMI ≥30 and type 2 diabetes. This program is open to EHP employees and spouses. Monthly face-to-face shared medical appointments, or quarterly appointments, depending on which group of the study you are assigned, are required.
To be eligible:
- BMI ≥30
- A diagnosis of type 2 diabetes with an A1C > 7.5%
- No use of any medications for weight loss within the past 90 days
- No visit with an endocrinologist for the management of Type 2 diabetes within the past year
- No prior participation in the Endocrinology and Metabolism Institute’s Integrated Weight Management program.
- Program does not qualify one for the Healthy Choice premium discount, but can help one meet their Healthy Choice goals.
If interested or have questions you should e-mail EMIstudy@ccf.org or call 216.442.1628.
The Cleveland Clinic Preventive Cardiology Department, in collaboration with C5Research (Cleveland Clinic Coordinating Center for Clinical Research), are looking for 200 volunteers between the age of 40-75 years with elevated cholesterol to participate in a research study to evaluate a low dose of a FDA approved statin medication compared with several commercially available over the counter dietary supplements which are marketed for cholesterol health.
If you have an LDL cholesterol between 70-189 mg/dL, you may be eligible to participate.
Participants must not currently be taking a statin or one of the dietary supplements included in the trial. Participants willing to discontinue a prohibited supplement for 4 weeks prior to enrollment will be allowed to participate.
Total participation time is 4 weeks. Study medication will be provided at no charge. Participants will not know the study medication assigned during participation.
There will be two visits which include a lab draw at any Cleveland Clinic lab.
Interested in participating? Email C5Rclinicaltrials@ccf.org. The study is limited to the first 200 eligible volunteers in Cleveland only. There is no cost to participate and participant will not receive monetary compensation.
Coming Soon: Yoga for Treatment of Low Back Pain
The Cleveland Clinic Department of Wellness & Preventive Medicine will be looking for volunteers to participate in a study for the purpose of evaluating the effectiveness of yoga on chronic low back pain. The length of the study is 24 weeks.
Watch your mail for an announcement on when and how to sign up.