Self-Management Strategy for Chronic Illness in Stable Heart Failure

Conditions

Diseases of the Cardiovascular System | Mental Health & Behavioral Research

Phase II

What is the purpose of this trial?

Chronic insomnia may contribute to the development and exacerbation of heart failure (HF), incident mortality and contributes to common and disabling symptoms (fatigue, dyspnea, anxiety, depression, excessive daytime sleepiness, and pain) and decrements in objective and subjective functional performance.

The purposes of the study are to evaluate the sustained effects of CBT-I on insomnia severity, sleep characteristics, daytime symptoms, and functional performance over twelve months among patients who have stable chronic HF and chronic insomnia. The effects of the treatment on outcomes of HF (hospitalization, death) and costs of the treatment will also be examined.

A total of 200 participants will be randomized to 4 bi-weekly group sessions of cognitive behavioral therapy for CBT-I (behavioral was to improve insomnia and sleep) or HF self-management education.

Participants will complete wrist actigraph (wrist-watch like accelerometer) measures of sleep, diaries, reaction time, and 6 minute walk test distance. They will also complete self-report measures of insomnia, sleep, symptoms, and functional performance. In addition the effects on symptoms and function over a period of one year.

  • Trial with
    National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • Start Date
    05/25/2015
  • End Date
    06/29/2019

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For more information about this study, contact:

Meghan O'Connell

  • Last Updated
    02/22/2018
  • Study HIC
    #0904005041