Evaluation of a digital diabetes prevention program adapted for the Medicaid population: Study design and methods for a non-randomized, controlled trial.
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Clinical trial; Diabetes prevention; Minority health
Previous studies have shown that lifestyle modification can successfully prevent or delay development of type 2 diabetes. This trial aimed to test if an underserved, low-income population would engage in a digital diabetes prevention program and successfully achieve lifestyle changes to reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes. Participants were recruited from three health care facilities serving low-income populations. The inclusion criteria were: a recent blood test indicating prediabetes, body mass index (BMI) > 24 kg/m
Kidney & Diabetes
Kim, Sue E; Castro Sweet, Cynthia M; Gibson, Eliza; Madero, Erica N; Rubino, Barbara; Morrison, Janina; Rosen, Debra; Imberg, Wendy; and Cousineau, Michael R, "Evaluation of a digital diabetes prevention program adapted for the Medicaid population: Study design and methods for a non-randomized, controlled trial." (2018). Articles, Abstracts, and Reports. 514.
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