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An All-of-Government Approach to Diabetes Prevention and Control: Report from the 2022 Federal Diabetes Commission

Quiz for CE Credit

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1. One job duty of the National Clinical Care Commission (NCCC) was to evaluate and make recommendations to Congress regarding federal programs of the Department of Health and Senior Services that focus on preventing and reducing the incidence of diabetes.

2. The NCCC utilized data call, literature search, stakeholder discussions and public comment as methods to gather information in order to create their recommendations.

3. The NCCC determined that it is critical to assess how federal programs that influence the social and environmental conditions of the population can be designed, leveraged and coordinated to enable an integrated model of care.

4. The following is/are focus areas of the NCCC Subcommittee:

5. The 2022 Federal Diabetes Commission found that the United States lacked adequate structures, policies and practices to coordinate strategic planning across health and non-health agencies.

6. Recommended change(s) presented to the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) in regards to the nutrition facts label include:

7. The NCCC recommended that the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) should collaborate with the Department of Education and EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) to ensure that all students in public schools have reliable access to safe, free drinking water and prohibit the sale of calorically dense, nutrient-poor foods.

8. The following are diabetes complications known to be associated with low health literacy:

9. The NCCC recommended that the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) be given the authority to mandate and enforces rules regarding marketing and advertising foods and beverages to children <13 years old.