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FAQ on USPSTF Recommendations for Screening for Abnormal Blood Glucose and Type 2 Diabetes
This 3-page fact sheet answers frequently asked questions about the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) updated grade B recommendation pertaining to screening for abnormal blood glucose and type 2 diabetes and referrals to counseling. This upgrade has significant implications for diabetes prevention efforts, including the potential for widespread coverage of behavioral counseling interventions such as CDC-recognized diabetes prevention programs as part of the National Diabetes Prevention Program.

Nebraska Diabetes Prevention Action Plan 2016 – 2018
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services finalized this action plan just four months after hosting a State Engagement Meeting. In support, the Nebraska Medical Association dedicated an issue of its Nebraska Medicine magazine to the National DPP and related work in Nebraska. Articles include “Early Intervention in Prediabetes, a New Frontier of Opportunity; National DPP in the Panhandle; Diabetes Prevention in the Rural Counties;” and “Nebraska Program Success Stories.”

Websites


www.NACDD1305.org

A website with many resources for public health staff and partners to implement the CDC's 1305 and 1422 cooperative agreements. This landing page links to 3 separate sites:

CORIDOR

This NCCDPHP website is an online resource portal providing easy access to credible, evidence-based and practical chronic disease prevention tools in one location.

HALT Diabetes.org

This NACDD website serves as a portal for states and their partners to learn, share, and connect in order to scale and sustain the National Diabetes Prevention Program.


National Diabetes Prevention Program - Diabetes - CDC

A website with general information about prediabetes and type 2 diabetes, the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP), CDC-recognized lifestyle change program curriculum and requirements, and a list of available programs by state.


Prevent Diabetes STAT - American Medical Association

This website includes information for patients, partners, health care professionals, employers and insurers. Features include the Prevent Diabetes STAT Toolkit on screening, testing and referral and a cost-savings calculator.


AADE Diabetes Prevention Program

The American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) funds 45 AADE-accredited and/or ADA-recognized diabetes self management education sites in 17 states to implement the National DPP.


Epidemiology and Evaluation Collaborative (EEC)

Stay up-to-date on the latest epidemiology and evaluation training and TA resources for 1305 and 1422. EEC is a group of state 1305/1422 epidemiologists and evaluators meeting on the second Wednesday of each month at 2:00pm ET.


Tools


Planning Fundamentals

The Planning Fundamentals self-paced, online course provides a comprehensive overview of the process for developing and implementing a state health plan for chronic disease prevention and control.


Diabetes Council Advocacy Toolbox

The Advocacy Toolbox was developed by the Diabetes Council to provide resources for effective advocacy efforts and practical information to help with planning advocacy programs. Materials and resources can be applied to any chronic disease or policy development initiative.


Diabetes Self-Management Education

Diabetes self-management education (DSME) is the cornerstone of care for people with diabetes. This resource provides information on the definition of DSME, the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support, reimbursement, starting a community-based DSME program, and more.


Diabetes School Health Resource

This resource was developed by the Diabetes Council School Health Work Group and provides state and national resources on caring for students with diabetes in the school environment.


Working with Health Systems and Health Care Providers to Reduce Diabetes Complications

Too many people with diabetes do not receive recommended care and treatment. This NACDD series of fact sheets can help states and partners make the case for health system and provider practice redesign to improve care related to the four major diabetes complications. Using the Chronic Care Model as the framework, each fact sheet highlights data and research illustrating why change is needed and how change improves care.

Fact Sheet - PDF Version Fact Sheet - Word Version              
Cardiovascular Disease  Cardiovascular Disease
Kidney Disease  Kidney Disease
Neuropathy  Neuropathy 
Retinopathy  Retinopathy
Reference list for Fact Sheet Series


Health Equity

NACDD is collaborating with the National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities, a national initiative coordinated by the DHHS Office of Minority Health and the CDC to identify ways in which state health department chronic disease programs can better address health disparities and promote health equity through existing programs. Read the findings from the 2015 NACDD Health Equity Assessment here.


Systems Thinking and Dynamic Modeling

The presentation, Making Sense of Systems Dynamic Modeling, is from an April 2011 CDC Division of Diabetes Translation Pre-conference Session in Minneapolis, MN.  A resource list, Selected System Dynamics References & Resources, has key references on the PRISM Model, Diabetes Model, general references, and additional resources on trainings, listservs, organizations, and more.
 


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