Translating efficacious behavioral principles for diabetes prevention into practice.

Renae L. Smith-Ray, Fabio A. Almeida, Jennifer Bajaj, Sally Foland, Michele Gilson, Susan Heikkinen, Helen Seagle, Paul A. Estabrooks

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This case study describes the process of translating efficacy-based Diabetes Prevention Program principles into a practical format for delivery within a managed care organization. Using Rogers' innovation-decision process model, the authors tracked the adoption, implementation, and short-term effectiveness of a clinical program. Effectiveness was documented using a pre-post design to detect changes in physical activity and dietary habits. Participants (N = 298) were Kaiser Permanente of Colorado patients enrolled in diabetes-prevention classes. Changes were analyzed using paired-samples t tests and one-way analysis of variance. Participants significantly increased reported minutes of moderate (p < .001, mu = 84.52, CI: 58.44-110.61) and vigorous (t = 2.220, p = .028, mu = 19.05, CI: 2.10-36.00) physical activity and their daily servings of fruits and vegetables (p < .001, mu = 0.20, CI: 0.13-0.27). By identifying the underlying strategies that led to efficacy, professionals can implement sound diabetes-prevention programs that fit within their context.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)58-66
Number of pages9
JournalHealth promotion practice
Volume10
Issue number1
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StatePublished - Jan 2009

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Translating efficacious behavioral principles for diabetes prevention into practice. / Smith-Ray, Renae L.; Almeida, Fabio A.; Bajaj, Jennifer; Foland, Sally; Gilson, Michele; Heikkinen, Susan; Seagle, Helen; Estabrooks, Paul A.

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Smith-Ray, Renae L. ; Almeida, Fabio A. ; Bajaj, Jennifer ; Foland, Sally ; Gilson, Michele ; Heikkinen, Susan ; Seagle, Helen ; Estabrooks, Paul A. / Translating efficacious behavioral principles for diabetes prevention into practice. In: Health promotion practice. 2009 ; Vol. 10, No. 1. pp. 58-66.
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