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National Diabetes Prevention Program: Final Summary 2021 (2021). This program is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $1,350,000 with 0 percent financed with non-governmental sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government. For more information, please visit HRSA.gov. More Details...

Managing Diabetes in Older Adults within a Dental Setting: A Practical Integrated Care Approach (2021). This webinar focused on the benefits of implementing and monitoring blood glucose and hemoglobin A1C testing for older adults in their health center oral health services. More Details...

Community Health Workers and Peer Specialists: Key Roles in Addressing Diabetes Control Before and During COVID-19 Health Pandemic (2021). This publication showcases the important role of front-line CHW/Peer Specialists in maintaining connections with the community for diabetes control, especially in the time of a health pandemic. More Details...

Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes - 2021 (2021). This annually updated evidence-based guide provides a comprehensive approach to the prevention, screening, management, and patient health literacy and self-management of diabetes. Sections address special populations that include children, elders, pregnant women, the food insecure, migrant and seasonal agricultural workers, and those with comorbid health conditions. Facilitating behavior change to reduce diabetes risk, complement sections focused on Prediabetes and the delay in progression of diabetes. More Details...

Prediabetes Risk Test (2021). This 8-question risk test can be taken online or on paper and uses an individual’s demographics, family, and medical history to assess their risk of developing diabetes. For those identified as being high-risk, information on the National Diabetes Prevention Program are included to encourage enrollment in a life-style change program to prevent or delay diabetes. More Details...

National Diabetes Statistics Report - 2020 (2021). This periodically updated report provides national data on the prevalence of diabetes within the United States. Assessed data includes the incidence of prediabetes, risk for diabetes complications, and the coexisting conditions and complications frequently experienced by those diagnosed with diabetes. More Details...

Physical Activity & Diabetes Prevention in the COVID-19 Landscape (2020). In the context of COVID-19 traditional strategies to engage patients in diabetes control were curtailed. This webinar highlights the why and how for physical activity to address diabetes in these constrained economic times and the key roles of community partners. More Details...

Breaking the Cycle of Integenerational Diabetes Webinar: Webinar highlights strategies to address diabetes impacting multi-generational families (2021). This webinar highlights health center programs that reach into underserved communities to address diabetes care across generations More Details...

A Call for Reinforcements in Diabetes Care: Maximizing the Role of Non-Clinical Staff and Partners Publication: Issue brief and case studies highlightin promising practices for non-clinical staff with links to the community (2020). Successful diabetes care for vulnerable populations demands a multi-prong approach and support from a range of community resources to address SDOH. This report outlines promising practices utilizing interdisciplinary teams and community resources can support consumers’ self-management and in-turn More Details...

Diabetes and Seasonal Influenza (Flu) During COVID-19: Protect Yourself! (2020). This infographic addresses the importance of influenza (flu) prevention among public housing residents with diabetes during the COVID-19 pandemic. More Details...

Food Insecurity and Trauma Informed Approaches to BMI and Diabetes Care While Experiencing Homelessness (2020). This archived webinar describes the importance of trauma-informed care in assessing Body Mass Index in the context of diabetes treatment for patients experiencing homelessness. More Details...

This bilingual tool for Community Health Workers can be printed into a pamphlet that participants can use to track their A1C and other biometric data. (2018). Community Health Workers & Hypertension and Heart Health Interventions: A Resource for Program Managers and Administrators is a resource for Community Health Worker program managers and administrators. It explains how Community Health Worker-led intervention programs can positively impact patients who have hypertension. About 75 million American adults (1 in every 3) have high blood pressure. Although high blood pressure can be easily detected and can be controlled with lifestyle changes and medication, almost a third of individuals with hypertension don’t know they have it, and only about half have it under control. Due to their close understanding of and trust from the communities they serve, CHWs can be particularly strong champions for patients with hypertension and/or at risk of heart disease. More Details...

The Role of CHWs in Addressing Diabetes (2020). Community Health Worker (CHW) interventions have demonstrated success in improving health outcomes among individuals diagnosed with diabetes. Additionally, CHWs support at-risk individuals to prevent the development of the condition. The purpose of this guide is to assist health centers and partners in identifying the roles of CHWs in addressing diabetes. More Details...

The National Diabetes Prevention Program: Where We Are, Where We’re Going – Webinar Resources (2019). This Health Resources and Services Administration-supported webinar, in collaboration with the National Nurse-Led Care Consortium, reviewed the results of a national scan of Primary Care Association (PCA) stakeholders around the implementation of the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP), and also provided resources to address areas of need identified in the scan results. More Details...

Leveraging National Diabetes Prevention Programming For Your Health Center (2018). AAPCHO, in partnership with the National Nurse-Led Care Consortium hosted this webinar about the National Diabetes Prevention Program and discusses ways in which community health centers (CHCs) and community-based organizations (CBOs) can take advantage of local, state, regional, and national resources to improve diabetes screening and prevention practices to special and underserved populations throughout the Continental U.S., Hawaii, and the Pacific Islands. More Details...

Know Your A1C Tool / Conozca Su A1C (2018). One of the most commonly reported positive health outcomes in Community Health Worker-led diabetes interventions is the improvement/stabilization of A1C levels reported in patients. The hemoglobin A1C test is a marker widely used to diagnose pre-diabetes and diabetes and to monitor diabetes control in patients. More Details...

"Diabetes Management Preparedness During COVID-19 for Pacific Islander Populations” Learning Collaborative Pt 1: Session III: Developing Your Health Center Response Plan: Lessons from the Field (2020). This is the final webinar of three-part webinar series for health center clinicians and care team members to support Preparedness for Diabetes Management During COVID-19 in partnership with members of the Pacific Islander Center for Excellence in Primary Care (PI-CoPCE). PI-CoPCE was established to improve the health of Pacific Islanders in the United States and U.S. Pacific through primary care support, research, workforce development, and community initiatives. More Details...

"Diabetes Management Preparedness During COVID-19 for Pacific Islander Populations” Learning Collaborative Pt 2: Session III: Developing Your Health Center Response Plan: Lessons from the Field (2020). This is the final webinar of three-part webinar series for health center clinicians and care team members to support Preparedness for Diabetes Management During COVID-19 in partnership with members of the Pacific Islander Center for Excellence in Primary Care (PI-CoPCE). PI-CoPCE was established to improve the health of Pacific Islanders in the United States and U.S. Pacific through primary care support, research, workforce development, and community initiatives. More Details...

"Diabetes Management Preparedness During COVID-19 for Pacific Islander Populations” Learning Collaborative Pt 3: Session III: Developing Your Health Center Response Plan: Lessons from the Field (2020). This is the final webinar of three-part webinar series for health center clinicians and care team members to support Preparedness for Diabetes Management During COVID-19 in partnership with members of the Pacific Islander Center for Excellence in Primary Care (PI-CoPCE). PI-CoPCE was established to improve the health of Pacific Islanders in the United States and U.S. Pacific through primary care support, research, workforce development, and community initiatives. More Details...

"Diabetes Care Management Learning Series For Pacific Islander Serving Health Centers" Learning Collaborative Pt 1: Session III: Managing Kidney Complications for Pacific Islanders with Diabetes (2019). This is the final webinar of a three part learning series for health center clinicians and care team members serving Pacific Islander patients with diabetes. The following learning collaborative intends to inform and disseminate successful interventions for Pacific Islander patients impacted by uncontrolled diabetes (HbA1c>9) as prioritized by AAPCHO and the Health Resources Services Administration Bureau of Primary Care. More Details...

This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $6,375,000 with 0 percentage financed with non-governmental sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government. For more information, please visit HRSA.gov.