Movement-2-Music: Lakeshore Examination of Activity, Disability, and Exercise Response Study (M2M LEADERS)
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|ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03797378|
Recruitment Status : Recruiting
First Posted : January 9, 2019
Last Update Posted : May 10, 2019
|Condition or disease||Intervention/treatment||Phase|
|Spinal Cord Injuries Traumatic Brain Injury Spina Bifida Cerebral Palsy Stroke Parkinson Disease Multiple Sclerosis||Other: Movement-2-Music (M2M)||Not Applicable|
The proposed intervention efficacy trial will examine a rhythmic-based movement-2-music (M2M) intervention with 108 adults with physical/mobility disabilities who will be randomized into one of two groups: a) M2M or b) waitlist control. The primary aim is to determine the effects of a 12-week M2M intervention on physical and psychosocial health outcomes in participants with physical/mobility disabilities who are classified into three functional mobility groups: 1) Group I - only able to exercise while sitting, 2) Group II - able to exercise sitting and standing with/without support, and 3) Group III - able to exercise one side of the body more than the other side. The secondary aim is to compare effect sizes of the physical health outcomes including cardiorespiratory fitness, muscle strength and lower extremity function obtained in the current study to a previous M2M trial that grouped participants based on disability type. The tertiary aim of this study is to explore whether adherence (defined in terms of attendance to the 12-week intervention) moderates effects of M2M in participants with physical/mobility disabilities. The heterogeneity of treatment effect across the physical health outcomes will also be examined using functional mobility and disability groups as moderators.
Participants will complete a set of assessments at baseline and after the 12-week intervention period. They will also be asked to complete the questionnaire portion of the assessments every 6 months and the entire set of assessments every year for up to 5 years. The assessments include cardiorespiratory fitness measured using sub-maximal arm ergometer, grip strength measured suing hand-held dynamometer, lower extremity function measured using the Short Physical Performance Battery and the Timed Up and Go test as well as questionnaires that assess health-related quality of life (NIH PROMIS 10 Global Health Items, NIH PROMIS Ability to Participate in Social Roles and Activities), physical activity (Godin Leisure Time Exercise Questionnaire), exercise self-efficacy (Exercise Self-efficacy Scale), exercise goal-setting (Exercise Goal-setting Scale), outcome expectation for exercise (Multidimensional Outcomes Expectations for Exercise Scale), social support (Social Provision Scale) and barriers in physical activity (Barriers in Physical Activity Questionnaire). In addition, at the end of the 12-week intervention, participants will be interviewed about their study experience and perceived impact of M2M on their fitness and health.
|Study Type :||Interventional (Clinical Trial)|
|Estimated Enrollment :||108 participants|
|Intervention Model:||Parallel Assignment|
|Masking:||Single (Outcomes Assessor)|
|Official Title:||The M2M LEADERS Project: Lakeshore Examination of Activity, Disability, and Exercise Response Study (LEADERS)|
|Estimated Study Start Date :||June 10, 2019|
|Estimated Primary Completion Date :||May 31, 2023|
|Estimated Study Completion Date :||September 30, 2023|
Experimental: Movement-2-Music (M2M)
Participants in the M2M arm will participate in an intervention that involves three 60-minute M2M sessions per week for 12 weeks. At the beginning and end of each session, vital signs (heart rate, blood pressure and peripheral capillary oxygen saturation) are obtained from participants. Heart rate is monitored throughout the session. Participants rate perceived exertion, pain, and fatigue level on a log. Participants set weekly exercise goals and expectations at first session of each week. Participants also record daily activities using a provided log.
Other: Movement-2-Music (M2M)
The M2M intervention involves three 60-minute sessions per week for 12 weeks. The intervention uses combinations of movement patterns that target range of motion, muscle strength, cardiorespiratory fitness, balance, and breathing. Each session consists of movement routines choreographed to music, and every routine can be adapted to participants' functional ability.
No Intervention: Waitlist Control
Participants in the waitlist control arm are instructed to maintain their usual activities during the 12-week intervention period and are asked to record their activities on a provided log.
- Change from baseline cardiorespiratory fitness at 3 months [ Time Frame: Baseline and post 12-week intervention ]The cardiorespiratory fitness is measured using an arm ergometer.
- Change from baseline muscle strength at 3 months [ Time Frame: Baseline and post 12-week intervention ]Muscle strength is measured with grip strength using a hand-held dynamometer.
- Change from baseline lower extremity function at 3 months [ Time Frame: Baseline and post 12-week intervention ]Lower extremity function is assessed using the Short Physical Performance Battery (SPPB)
- Change from baseline lower extremity function at 3 months [ Time Frame: Baseline and post 12-week intervention ]Lower extremity function will be assessed using the Timed Up and Go (TUG) test.
- Change from baseline health-related quality of life at 3 months [ Time Frame: Baseline and post 12-week intervention ]Health-related quality of life is measured using the National Institutes of Health Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Global-10 Health Items. The instrument is a 10-item measure with the response scores ranging from 1 (very severe) to 5 (none). Two summary scores, a global physical health score and a global mental health score, can be calculated from this scale, with each score ranging from 4 to 20. Higher scores indicate better health. The total raw score is translated into a T-score for each participant for analysis.
- Change from baseline social participation at 3 months [ Time Frame: Baseline and post 12-week intervention ]Social participation is measured using the National Institutes of Health Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Ability to Participate in Social Roles and Activities. The instrument is a 8-item measure with the response scores ranging from 1 (always) to 5 (never). The lowest possible total raw score is 8 and the highest possible score is 40. Higher scores indicate better ability to participate in social roles and activities. The total raw score is translated into a T-score for each participant for analysis.
- Change from baseline physical activity at 3 months [ Time Frame: Baseline and post 12-week intervention ]Physical activity is measured using the Godin Leisure Time Exercise Questionnaire. The questionnaire contains two questions. The first question asks participants to report weekly frequencies of activities they perform at different intensities. A total weekly leisure activity is a sum of activity scores calculated by multiplying the weekly frequencies of strenuous, moderate, and light activities by 9, 5, and 3, respectively. The second question asks participants the frequency of weekly leisure-time activities performed that are long enough to work up a sweat.
- Change from baseline barriers in physical activity at 3 months [ Time Frame: Baseline and post 12-week intervention ]Barriers in physical activity will be assessed using the Barriers in Physical Activity Questionnaire. The instrument contains 43 items. Each item is responded with either no (1) or yes (2). If response is yes, a follow-up response that ranges from 1 (very small) to 5 (very large) is selected. There are 8 domains, which include personal health, attitudes/beliefs towards physical activity, friends, family, fitness center built environment, policy/programs/staff, community built environment, and safety. Each domain score is calculated by summing the item responses with its respective item weight. Higher domain scores indicate greater perceived barriers to physical activity.
- Change from baseline exercise self-efficacy at 3 months [ Time Frame: Baseline and post 12-week intervention ]Exercise self-efficacy will be assessed using the Exercise Self-Efficacy Scale. The scale contains 8 items, with response options of each item ranging from 0% (not at all confident) to 100% (highly confident). All items are summed and a mean score is calculated. Higher scores indicate higher levels of self-efficacy.
- Change from baseline exercise goal-setting at 3 months [ Time Frame: Baseline and post 12-week intervention ]Exercise goal-setting will be measured using the Exercise Goal-Setting Scale. The instrument contains 10 items with response options ranging from 1 (does not describe) to 5 (describes completely). A mean score is calculated. A higher mean score indicate better goal-setting and self-monitoring for exercise.
- Change from baseline outcome expectations for exercise at 3 months [ Time Frame: Baseline and post 12-week intervention ]Outcome expectations for exercise will be assessed using the Multidimensional Outcome Expectations for Exercise Scale. The instrument contains 15 items, with the response options ranging from 1 (strongly disagree) to 5 (strongly agree). Three domains of outcome expectations for exercise are assessed, which include physical outcome expectations (6 items), social outcome expectations (4 items), and self-evaluative outcome expectations (5 items). Each dimension is scored by summing the item responses. Higher scores indicate higher levels of outcome expectations for exercise.
- Change from baseline social support at 3 months [ Time Frame: Baseline and post 12-week intervention ]Social support will be assessed using the Social Provision Scale. The instrument contains 24 items, with the response options ranging from 1 (strongly disagree) to 4 (strongly agree). A total score is calculated by summing scores from all items. A higher score indicates a greater degree of perceived support.
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Please refer to this study by its ClinicalTrials.gov identifier (NCT number): NCT03797378
|Contact: Hui-Ju Young, PhDemail@example.com|
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|United States, Alabama|
|UAB/Lakeshore Research Collaborative||Recruiting|
|Birmingham, Alabama, United States, 35209|
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