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A Mind Body Intervention to Reduce Symptoms Among People Aging With HIV

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ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03840525
Recruitment Status : Not yet recruiting
First Posted : February 15, 2019
Last Update Posted : February 15, 2019
Sponsor:
Collaborator:
Arizona State University
Information provided by (Responsible Party):
Florida International University

Brief Summary:
This study will develop and pilot test a qigong intervention with older people (50 and over) living with HIV. Participants (n=72) will be randomly assigned to one of 3 conditions: the qigong intervention, a sham qigong intervention, and a usual standard of care group. The study will determine the acceptability and feasibility of the study. If found effective, the qigong intervention will also improve the psychological and physical symptoms of older people living with HIV.

Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase
Mental Health Physical Health Behavioral: The Qigong Intervention Behavioral: Sham Qigong Early Phase 1

Detailed Description:
Half of those infected with HIV in the United States are over 50 years of age; this is expected to increase to 70% by 2020. Yet, few interventions exist for older people living with HIV/AIDS that address psychological symptoms, and none that address physical symptoms, both of which are prevalent in this population. There is a need to find innovative and accessible interventions that can help older people living with HIV/AIDS to manage their symptoms. Mind-body interventions, like Tai chi and Qi gong (TCQ), improves both physical and psychological health, and might also promote immune functioning. TCQ is a series of slow, low-impact meditative movements that integrates breath work, meditation, and stances. The investigators propose the refinement, adaptation, acceptability and feasibility testing of a standardized TCQ intervention shown efficacious with cancer patients, to an ethnically diverse population of older people living with HIV/AIDS, with the goal of enhancing their ability to manage psychological and physical symptoms. Thus, this study proposes three aims: (i) to refine and culturally adapt a TCQ intervention protocol for a diverse sample of older people living with HIV/AIDS (50 years of age or older); (ii) to evaluate the acceptability and feasibility of the TCQ intervention, a sham qigong control condition, and a standard of care control condition for older people living with HIV/AIDS (n = 60); and (iii) explore any preliminary evidence of efficacy of the TCQ intervention and the control conditions on alleviating physical and psychological symptoms. Participants will be recruited from a federally qualified health center in Miami, Florida. Adaptation of the TCQ intervention, the first aim, will be done through qualitative research. An expert panel discussion, key informant interviews, and three focus groups will be conducted, and analyzed by thematically based content analysis. To address aims 2 and 3, the investigators will conduct a pilot study; participants will be randomized to one of 3 conditions: the TCQ intervention, a sham qigong condition, and a standard of care condition. This is a pilot study to assess feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary efficacy, therefore, analyses will be primarily descriptive. The investigators will assess feasibility and acceptability through questionnaires and adherence to TCQ. The investigators will assess preliminary evidence of efficacy by looking at instruments that measure depression, anxiety, social support, as well as clinical outcomes. These will be described through proportions, means, and changes over time through graphing techniques. Outcomes will be assessed at baseline, post-intervention, and at three months follow up. The investigators will conduct preliminary models that will provide information on estimating effect size and power needed for a larger clinical trial.

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Study Type : Interventional  (Clinical Trial)
Estimated Enrollment : 72 participants
Allocation: Randomized
Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment
Intervention Model Description: The study will implement a 3 arm study including the qigong intervention, sham qigong intervention, and a treatment as usual condition
Masking: Single (Participant)
Masking Description: There will be a sham qigong arm of the study to mask qigong participation for the participants
Primary Purpose: Other
Official Title: A Mind Body Intervention to Reduce Symptoms Among People Aging With HIV
Estimated Study Start Date : July 2019
Estimated Primary Completion Date : February 2021
Estimated Study Completion Date : May 2021

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MedlinePlus related topics: HIV/AIDS

Arm Intervention/treatment
Experimental: Qigong Intervention
The qigong intervention consists of 1 hour/week qigong classes for 12 weeks at our community partner site. The first 2 weeks will include 2 hours/week classes. In addition, each participant will be instructed to practice qigong at home for 90 minutes.
Behavioral: The Qigong Intervention
Qigong is a low-impact, slow-movement, meditative form of exercise that has helped relieve mental and physical stressors.

Sham Comparator: Sham Qigong
This group will also have 1 hour/weekly classes that include movements that are similar to qigong but will not include the meditation or breathwork that will be included in the actual qigong intervention arm.
Behavioral: Sham Qigong
This intervention includes similar body movements to qigong; however, it does not have the meditative or breath work.

No Intervention: Treatment-as-usual
This group will receive no classes.



Primary Outcome Measures :
  1. Satisfaction with weekly Intervention Sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 1 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following questions after each session: How satisfied were you with the group; I think this intervention was helpful; I would be willing to participate in the group again. Responses are on a 4 point Likert scale (1=strongly agree to 4=strongly disagree) with lower scores meaning more satisfaction

  2. Satisfaction with weekly Intervention Sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 2 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following questions after each session: How satisfied were you with the group; I think this intervention was helpful; I would be willing to participate in the group again. Responses are on a 4 point Likert scale (1=strongly agree to 4=strongly disagree) with lower scores meaning more satisfaction

  3. Satisfaction with weekly Intervention Sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 3 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following questions after each session: How satisfied were you with the group; I think this intervention was helpful; I would be willing to participate in the group again. Responses are on a 4 point Likert scale (1=strongly agree to 4=strongly disagree) with lower scores meaning more satisfaction

  4. Satisfaction with weekly Intervention Sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 4 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following questions after each session: How satisfied were you with the group; I think this intervention was helpful; I would be willing to participate in the group again. Responses are on a 4 point Likert scale (1=strongly agree to 4=strongly disagree) with lower scores meaning more satisfaction

  5. Satisfaction with weekly Intervention Sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 5 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following questions after each session: How satisfied were you with the group; I think this intervention was helpful; I would be willing to participate in the group again. Responses are on a 4 point Likert scale (1=strongly agree to 4=strongly disagree) with lower scores meaning more satisfaction

  6. Satisfaction with weekly Intervention Sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 6 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following questions after each session: How satisfied were you with the group; I think this intervention was helpful; I would be willing to participate in the group again. Responses are on a 4 point Likert scale (1=strongly agree to 4=strongly disagree) with lower scores meaning more satisfaction

  7. Satisfaction with weekly Intervention Sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 7 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following questions after each session: How satisfied were you with the group; I think this intervention was helpful; I would be willing to participate in the group again. Responses are on a 4 point Likert scale (1=strongly agree to 4=strongly disagree) with lower scores meaning more satisfaction

  8. Satisfaction with weekly Intervention Sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 8 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following questions after each session: How satisfied were you with the group; I think this intervention was helpful; I would be willing to participate in the group again. Responses are on a 4 point Likert scale (1=strongly agree to 4=strongly disagree) with lower scores meaning more satisfaction

  9. Satisfaction with weekly Intervention Sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 9 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following questions after each session: How satisfied were you with the group; I think this intervention was helpful; I would be willing to participate in the group again. Responses are on a 4 point Likert scale (1=strongly agree to 4=strongly disagree) with lower scores meaning more satisfaction

  10. Satisfaction with weekly Intervention Sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 10 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following questions after each session: How satisfied were you with the group; I think this intervention was helpful; I would be willing to participate in the group again. Responses are on a 4 point Likert scale (1=strongly agree to 4=strongly disagree) with lower scores meaning more satisfaction

  11. Satisfaction with weekly Intervention Sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 11 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following questions after each session: How satisfied were you with the group; I think this intervention was helpful; I would be willing to participate in the group again. Responses are on a 4 point Likert scale (1=strongly agree to 4=strongly disagree) with lower scores meaning more satisfaction

  12. Satisfaction with weekly Intervention Sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 12 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following questions after each session: How satisfied were you with the group; I think this intervention was helpful; I would be willing to participate in the group again. Responses are on a 4 point Likert scale (1=strongly agree to 4=strongly disagree) with lower scores meaning more satisfaction

  13. Satisfaction with weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 1 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following question after each session: From 1 to 5, what was your overall satisfaction with the at-home video intervention program? This will be measured on a scale 1 (poor) to 5 (Excellent) with higher scores meaning higher satisfaction

  14. Satisfaction with weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 2 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following question after each session: From 1 to 5, what was your overall satisfaction with the at-home video intervention program? This will be measured on a scale 1 (poor) to 5 (Excellent) with higher scores meaning higher satisfaction

  15. Satisfaction with weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 3 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following question after each session: From 1 to 5, what was your overall satisfaction with the at-home video intervention program? This will be measured on a scale 1 (poor) to 5 (Excellent) with higher scores meaning higher satisfaction

  16. Satisfaction with weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 4 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following question after each session: From 1 to 5, what was your overall satisfaction with the at-home video intervention program? This will be measured on a scale 1 (poor) to 5 (Excellent) with higher scores meaning higher satisfaction

  17. Satisfaction with weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 5 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following question after each session: From 1 to 5, what was your overall satisfaction with the at-home video intervention program? This will be measured on a scale 1 (poor) to 5 (Excellent) with higher scores meaning higher satisfaction

  18. Satisfaction with weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 6 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following question after each session: From 1 to 5, what was your overall satisfaction with the at-home video intervention program? This will be measured on a scale 1 (poor) to 5 (Excellent) with higher scores meaning higher satisfaction

  19. Satisfaction with weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 7 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following question after each session: From 1 to 5, what was your overall satisfaction with the at-home video intervention program? This will be measured on a scale 1 (poor) to 5 (Excellent) with higher scores meaning higher satisfaction

  20. Satisfaction with weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 8 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following question after each session: From 1 to 5, what was your overall satisfaction with the at-home video intervention program? This will be measured on a scale 1 (poor) to 5 (Excellent) with higher scores meaning higher satisfaction

  21. Satisfaction with weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 9 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following question after each session: From 1 to 5, what was your overall satisfaction with the at-home video intervention program? This will be measured on a scale 1 (poor) to 5 (Excellent) with higher scores meaning higher satisfaction

  22. Satisfaction with weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 10 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following question after each session: From 1 to 5, what was your overall satisfaction with the at-home video intervention program? This will be measured on a scale 1 (poor) to 5 (Excellent) with higher scores meaning higher satisfaction

  23. Satisfaction with weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 11 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following question after each session: From 1 to 5, what was your overall satisfaction with the at-home video intervention program? This will be measured on a scale 1 (poor) to 5 (Excellent) with higher scores meaning higher satisfaction

  24. Satisfaction with weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 12 ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following question after each session: From 1 to 5, what was your overall satisfaction with the at-home video intervention program? This will be measured on a scale 1 (poor) to 5 (Excellent) with higher scores meaning higher satisfaction

  25. Satisfaction with home practice sessions at 3 months [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted at 3 months post intervention ]
    Satisfaction will be measured by asking the following question after each session: From 1 to 5, what was your overall satisfaction with the at-home video intervention program? This will be measured on a scale 1 (poor) to 5 (Excellent) with higher scores meaning higher satisfaction

  26. Intervention Session Attendance (reported as percentages) [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 1 ]
    The investigators will collect attendance after each weekly session (>75% of sessions attended is considered good attendance).

  27. Intervention Session Attendance (reported as percentages) [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 2 ]
    The investigators will collect attendance after each weekly session (>75% of sessions attended is considered good attendance).

  28. Intervention Session Attendance (reported as percentages) [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 3 ]
    The investigators will collect attendance after each weekly session (>75% of sessions attended is considered good attendance).

  29. Intervention Session Attendance (reported as percentages) [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 4 ]
    The investigators will collect attendance after each weekly session (>75% of sessions attended is considered good attendance).

  30. Intervention Session Attendance (reported as percentages) [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 5 ]
    The investigators will collect attendance after each weekly session (>75% of sessions attended is considered good attendance).

  31. Intervention Session Attendance (reported as percentages) [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 6 ]
    The investigators will collect attendance after each weekly session (>75% of sessions attended is considered good attendance).

  32. Intervention Session Attendance (reported as percentages) [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 7 ]
    The investigators will collect attendance after each weekly session (>75% of sessions attended is considered good attendance).

  33. Intervention Session Attendance (reported as percentages) [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 8 ]
    The investigators will collect attendance after each weekly session (>75% of sessions attended is considered good attendance).

  34. Intervention Session Attendance (reported as percentages) [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 9 ]
    The investigators will collect attendance after each weekly session (>75% of sessions attended is considered good attendance).

  35. Intervention Session Attendance (reported as percentages) [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 10 ]
    The investigators will collect attendance after each weekly session (>75% of sessions attended is considered good attendance).

  36. Intervention Session Attendance (reported as percentages) [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 11 ]
    The investigators will collect attendance after each weekly session (>75% of sessions attended is considered good attendance).

  37. Intervention Session Attendance (reported as percentages) [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 12 ]
    The investigators will collect attendance after each weekly session (>75% of sessions attended is considered good attendance).

  38. Duration of weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 1 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how long were each practice session (reported in minutes)

  39. Duration of weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 2 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how long were each practice session (reported in minutes)

  40. Duration of weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 3 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how long were each practice session (reported in minutes)

  41. Duration of weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 4 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how long were each practice session (reported in minutes)

  42. Duration of weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 5 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how long were each practice session (reported in minutes)

  43. Duration of weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 6 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how long were each practice session (reported in minutes)

  44. Duration of weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 7 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how long were each practice session (reported in minutes)

  45. Duration of weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 8 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how long were each practice session (reported in minutes)

  46. Duration of weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 9 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how long were each practice session (reported in minutes)

  47. Duration of weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 10 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how long were each practice session (reported in minutes)

  48. Duration of weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 11 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how long were each practice session (reported in minutes)

  49. Duration of weekly home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once at Week 12 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how long were each practice session (reported in minutes)

  50. Duration of home practice sessions at 3 months [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted at 3 months post intervention ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how long were each practice session (reported in minutes)

  51. Frequency of home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 1 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how often did they practice (# of days/week)

  52. Frequency of home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 2 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how often did they practice (# of days/week)

  53. Frequency of home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 3 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how often did they practice (# of days/week)

  54. Frequency of home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 4 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how often did they practice (# of days/week)

  55. Frequency of home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 5 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how often did they practice (# of days/week)

  56. Frequency of home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 6 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how often did they practice (# of days/week)

  57. Frequency of home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 7 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how often did they practice (# of days/week)

  58. Frequency of home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 8 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how often did they practice (# of days/week)

  59. Frequency of home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 9 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how often did they practice (# of days/week)

  60. Frequency of home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 10 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how often did they practice (# of days/week)

  61. Frequency of home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 11 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how often did they practice (# of days/week)

  62. Frequency of home practice sessions [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted once in Week 12 ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how often did they practice (# of days/week)

  63. Frequency of home practice sessions at 3 months [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted at 3 months post intervention ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how often did they practice (# of days/week)

  64. Will older people living with HIV still be practicing the intervention 3 months post intervention? [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted at 3 months post intervention ]
    The investigators will also collect information on home practice sessions: how often did they practice, for how long were each practice session, satisfaction with the video and practice sessions three months post intervention.


Secondary Outcome Measures :
  1. Change in Mental Health at 2 weeks post intervention [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted at baseline, 2 weeks post intervention ]
    Mental Health will be assessed using the following standardized scale: the Depression Anxiety & Stress Scale (Ng, et al.; DASS-21 items). The DASS responses range from 0-3. The total score ranges from 0-42, with higher scores reflecting more severe symptoms

  2. Change in Mental Health at 3 months post intervention [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted at baseline, 3 months post intervention ]
    Mental Health will be assessed using the following standardized scale: the Depression Anxiety & Stress Scale (Ng, et al.; DASS-21 items). The DASS responses range from 0-3. The total score ranges from 0-42, with higher scores reflecting more severe symptoms

  3. Change in Physical Health Status as measured by The Revised Sign & Symptom Check-List for HIV (Holzemer, et al.; 45 items) at 2 weeks post intervention [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted at baseline, 2 weeks post intervention ]
    Physical Health will be assessed using the following standardized scale: The Revised Sign & Symptom Check-List for HIV (Holzemer, et al.; 45 items). The Symptoms Checklist total scores range from 0-135, with greater scores reflecting more symptoms.

  4. Change in Physical Health Status as measured by The Revised Sign & Symptom Check-List for HIV (Holzemer, et al.; 45 items) at 3 months post intervention [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted at baseline, 3 months post intervention ]
    Physical Health will be assessed using the following standardized scale: The Revised Sign & Symptom Check-List for HIV (Holzemer, et al.; 45 items). The Symptoms Checklist total scores range from 0-135, with greater scores reflecting more symptoms.

  5. Change in Physical Health Status as measured by The HIV-related Fatigue Scale (Belza, et al.,16 items) at 2 weeks post intervention [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted at baseline, 2 weeks post intervention ]
    Physical Health will be assessed using the following standardized scale: The HIV-related Fatigue Scale (Belza, et al.,16 items) . The total score for the Fatigue Scale ranges from 0-50, with greater scores reflecting more fatigue.

  6. Change in Physical Health Status as measured by The HIV-related Fatigue Scale (Belza, et al.,16 items) at 3 months post intervention [ Time Frame: Assessments will be conducted at baseline, 3 months post intervention ]
    Physical Health will be assessed using the following standardized scale: The HIV-related Fatigue Scale (Belza, et al.,16 items) . The total score for the Fatigue Scale ranges from 0-50, with greater scores reflecting more fatigue.



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Ages Eligible for Study:   50 Years and older   (Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:   All
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:   No
Criteria

Inclusion Criteria:

  • 50 year or older;
  • HIV+,
  • able to provide consent; and
  • willing to participate for the length of the intervention.

Exclusion criteria.

  • Participants who are unable to stand for 10-minute segments (i.e., wheelchair or walker bound); and
  • participants who have substantial (regular weekly practice for more than 3 months in the past 12 months) experience with mind-body interventions will be excluded because the control group may be contaminated by prior experience.

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To learn more about this study, you or your doctor may contact the study research staff using the contact information provided by the sponsor.

Please refer to this study by its ClinicalTrials.gov identifier (NCT number): NCT03840525


Contacts
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Contact: Gladys E Ibanez, PhD 305-348-4920 gibanez@fiu.edu
Contact: Kristopher Fennie, PhD kfennie@fiu.edu

Sponsors and Collaborators
Florida International University
Arizona State University

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Responsible Party: Florida International University
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03840525     History of Changes
Other Study ID Numbers: 1R34AT009966-01 ( U.S. NIH Grant/Contract )
First Posted: February 15, 2019    Key Record Dates
Last Update Posted: February 15, 2019
Last Verified: February 2019

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Studies a U.S. FDA-regulated Drug Product: No
Studies a U.S. FDA-regulated Device Product: No

Keywords provided by Florida International University:
qigong
HIV