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English Diabetes Self-Management Program
We propose a diabetes self-management program evaluation and dissemination project with three components.
1. A six-month randomized trial to evaluate the effect of a community-based small group Diabetes Self Management Program (DSMP) on the health related quality of life, metabolic control and health care utilization of people with type 2 diabetes.
2. A long-term (12 month) longitudinal evaluation of the same program.
3. Two 5 day workshops to train others in California in how to lead and administer the program.
Stanford is currently not accepting patients for this trial.
- Behavioral: Diabetes Self Management Program
- Individuals with prior diagnosis of type 2 Diabetes.
- Able to speak and comprehend English.
- Able to give and complete consent forms.
- Able to complete baseline questionnaire and 2-3 follow-up questionnaires either in
writing or by telephone.
- Able to attend respective community meetings or allow study staff to collect the
following metabolic test measures: provide 3 drops of blood for Hemoglobin A1c and
cholesterol HDL test (administered by subject), blood pressure measure, height and
- Able to attend the Peer-Led Community-Based Diabetes Self-Management Program workshops
offered once a week for six weeks at a community site near subjects residence.
- Individuals not diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.
- Individuals diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
- Pregnant women, including those diagnosed with gestational diabetes.
- Individuals who have been in active treatment for cancer in the past yar.
- Individuals not able to speak or comprehend English.
- Individuals who are currently or have previously participated in a similar program or
- Individuals that are not able to give consent or complete consent forms, and other
study related forms such as questionnaires.
- Individuals who are not able and willing to provide metabolic test data.
- Individuals not able to attend the 6-week community classes in the target counties in
Ages Eligible for Study
18 Years - N/A
Genders Eligible for Study