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CDC National Diabetes Prevention Program: Experiences and Outcomes

Quiz for CE Credit

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1. Eighty-six million or 1 in 3 American adults have prediabetes, and most (9 out of 10) of them don’t even know they have it.

2. The National Diabetes Prevention Program includes which of the following components?

3. The CDC National Diabetes Prevention Program Recognition Process standards state that organizations applying for recognition are to begin offering their lifestyle change program within how long of submitting their application and achieving pending recognition:

4. What is the application cost for the CDC National Diabetes Prevention Program Recognition?

5. The original NIH-funded Diabetes Prevention Program, completed in 2002, was a major multicenter research study aimed at discovering whether a lifestyle intervention program or treatment with the diabetes drug, metformin, could prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes. The study included American Indians.

6. DPP participants in the lifestyle intervention group reduced their risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 58 percent compared to 31% in the metformin-treated group.

7. Diabetes Prevention Recognition Program Objectives include:

8. According to the CDC, when we look at total incidence and prevalence of diabetes in America, we can see that in the past six years after more than two decades of increases in both incidence and prevalence, we are seeing a decline in incidence and we are seeing a leveling in prevalence.