On behalf of the Virginia Department of Health and in partnership with the Virginia Center for Diabetes Prevention and Education, the Weldon Cooper Center’s Center for Survey Research (CSR) conducted a study to assess National Diabetes Prevention Program Lifestyle Change Programs (DPP) across Virginia with respect to retention, referral, and recruitment. This multi-phase study was composed of three separate surveys, with data collection beginning in February 2021 for Phase I and concluding in January 2022 for Phase III. Results of the study were provided to VDH to inform their marketing efforts to raise awareness of prediabetes and the diabetes prevention programs across Virginia.
Principal Investigators
Kara Fitzgibbon
Virginia Department of Health; Center for Disease Control and Prevention
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