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Self Management value proposition. The CDSMP program has delivered demonstrable positive health outcomes. 0.2. Effect size (ES). Effect . 0.345. ES>0.2. Big. 0.261. 0.8. 0.158. Medium. Control group. SM group. - 0.2<ES<0.2. Small. - 0.2. -0.216. Medium. ES<-0.2.

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Self Management value proposition

The CDSMP program has delivered demonstrable positive health outcomes

0.2

Effect size (ES)

Effect

0.345

ES>0.2

Big

0.261

0.8

0.158

Medium

Control group

SM group

-0.2<ES<0.2

Small

-0.2

-0.216

Medium

ES<-0.2

Control group

SM group

-0.8

0.143

Big

0.256

SM group

Control group

Reference: 1. Review of Findings on Chronic Disease Self- Management Program (CDSMP) Outcomes: Physical, Emotional & Health-Related Quality of Life, Healthcare Utilization and Costs; 2. Sorting through the evidence for the arthritis self-management program and the chronic disease self-management program. Executive summary of ASMP/CDSMP meta-analysis, May 2011; 3. Lorig, Ritter, & Jacquez (2005) Outcomes of border health Spanish/English chronic disease self-management programs. The Diabetes Educator 31(3): 401-409


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