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Adapting the National Diabetes Prevention Program for Diverse Audiences



Authors as Published

Carlin Rafie, Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist, Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise, Virginia Tech

This webinar is available in video format only.

This webinar presented information on developing marketing materials for the Diabetes Prevention Program, and considerations when conducting the program for diverse audiences. A representative from the CDC, an Extension Lifestyle Coach from Oklahoma who conducts programs with Native Americans, and a physician who directs a non-profit reaching out to Hispanic audiences provide their insights and recommendations.

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Publication Date

December 3, 2019