Type II diabetes intervention proposal for Hispanic populations

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Title: Type II diabetes intervention proposal for Hispanic populations
Author: Underhill, Linda; Cerio-Iocco, Barbra; Kmiecinski, Elizabeth; Lougen, Amy; Frega, Denise; Schoeffel, Chris; Diefendorf, Candence; Rice, Linda; Sharp, Maggie; Palkovic, Sarah
Abstract: Diabetes Type II is a significant disease for the American population as a whole but has a dramatic impact upon lower income Hispanic populations. The purpose of this study is to deliver nutritional intervention strategies to allow lower income Hispanics to control their diabetes disease process, empowering them to manage their disease over their lifetime. This needs assessment provides an in-depth review of the demographics of the Hispanic population identified as being at risk for improper diabetes disease management. Specifically information was captured about lifestyles, eating habits and daily food selection choices and Hispanic teaching tools available. This information will be utilized to construct appropriate nutritional intervention strategies for at- risk Hispanics with Type II diabetes.
Description: This project contains a Type II Diabetes Intervention Proposal for the Monroe Plan for Medical Care Rochester, New York.
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/414
Date: 2003

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DiabetesIICareProposal.pdf 3.059Mb PDF View/Open
HispanicDiabeticSurveysB.pdf 1.989Mb PDF View/Open
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HispanicFoodLists.pdf 6.318Mb PDF View/Open
HispFoodsExchangeLowFat.pdf 9.204Mb PDF View/Open

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