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The Impact of Social Determinants of Health on Type 2 Diabetes in Indigenous Communities

Quiz for CE Credit

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1. American Indian (AI) communities have the highest premature mortality in the nation.

2. American Indian’s aged 10-19 are 9 times more likely to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes compared to other American’s.

3. American Indians colonization, poverty and genocide were all viewed as stressors causing chronic strains, daily hassles and major life events.

4. The diabetes stress continuum include(s):

5. The goal of the TOD (Together Overcoming Diabetes) Program is to evaluate the impact of a culturally tailored, intergenerational, home-based type 2 diabetes intervention for American Indian adults.

6. Interventions provided by Family Health Coaches through the TOD (Together Overcoming Diabetes) Program include:

7. The TOD (Together Overcoming Diabetes) Program also evaluated participants children (aged 10-16 years of age) for diabetes risk and protective factors.

8. The Stress Process Model of Disease include(s):

9. Historical trauma of American Indians has led to social, mental health, physical health and cultural disruption.