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Engaging Communities in Type 2 Diabetes Prevention: The National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP)

Quiz for CE Credit

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1. The Division of Diabetes Translation's (DDT) National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DDP) is the largest national effort to mobilize and bring an evidence-based lifestyle change program to communities across the country.

2. More than 88 million American adults or more than 1 in 3 adults, have prediabetes.

3. Research shows structured lifestyle interventions can cut the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes in half.

4. More than 8 in 10 adults with prediabetes don't know they have it.

5. Congress authorized CDC to establish the NATIONAL DIABETES PREVENTION PROGRAM (National DPP) a public private initiative to offer an evidence based, cost effective intervention in communities across the United States to prevent type 2 diabetes.

6. There are many benefits to having CDC recognition for your program, including which of the following:

7. The PreventT2 curriculum is based on the original 2002 DPP trial and follow up studies. It promotes modest weight loss (5%), increased physical activity, and reduction in HbA1C through a 12 month lifestyle change program. This curriculum includes cultural representations of people and foods while also reflecting new literature on self efficacy, physical activity, and diet.

8. Updates to the PreventT2 Curriculum include which of the following:

9. National DPP strategic goals include which of the following:

10. The National DPP has overarching pillars. They include which of the following: