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Leveraging Cultural Capital in Diabetes Prevention for Youth: Medical Wellness Model

Quiz for CE Credit

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1. According to IHS Division of Diabetes statistics, the percent increase in diagnosed diabetes in American Indian/Alaska Native Youth aged 15-19 years rose from _ to _ between 1990 and 2009.




2. Youth recruited to participate in the American Indian Youth Medical Wellness Camp are:




3. Risk factor associated with type 2 diabetes in Native American youth include:








4. Lessons learned from the years operating the American Indian Youth Medical Wellness Camp include:





5. Costs for the American Indian Youth Medical Wellness Camp are shared by Southwest Tribes, Tribal Health Departments, Indian Health Service Special Diabetes Program for Indians grant funds, and other Grant programs, and campers and their families.


6. Measures for each camper at the American Indian Youth Medical Wellness Camp that are collected and analyzed for the purpose of designing the campers’ diabetes education and follow up include: