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SPECIAL DIABETES PROGRAM FOR INDIANS Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart Initiatives: Year 3 Meeting 1. Dissemination Toolkit – Status & Review of Components. May 15, 2013. SPECIAL DIABETES PROGRAM FOR INDIANS Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart Initiatives: Year 3 Meeting 1.

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dissemination toolkit status review of components

SPECIAL DIABETES PROGRAM FOR INDIANS

Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart Initiatives: Year 3 Meeting 1

Dissemination Toolkit – Status & Review of Components

May 15, 2013

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SPECIAL DIABETES PROGRAM FOR INDIANS

Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart Initiatives: Year 3 Meeting 1

  • November 2010 - Year 1 Meeting 1
    • Introduced to the idea of dissemination and online toolkits
    • Discussed what an Initiatives toolkit should contain
  • February 2011- June 2011
    • Reviewed four online toolkits
    • Reviewed 2 Initiatives toolkit draft outlines of 8 basic modules each
    • Provided list of tools, materials, resources, & strategies for each module
    • Compiled lists into 2 detailed outlines
    • Revised detailed outlines (2 small work groups of program staff)
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SPECIAL DIABETES PROGRAM FOR INDIANS

Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart Initiatives: Year 3 Meeting 1

  • July 2011- March 2012
    • Provided tools, materials, and resources for each module based on detailed outline
    • Organized all materials into packets by module
    • Reviewed packets and rated items (Y1M2 & Y2 M1& 2)
  • March 2012 – September 2012
    • Prepared PDF portfolios of tools and materials rated one overall (CC)
    • Prepared Documented Quote for website development
    • Reviewed Module 2 – Recruitment & provided input (Y2 M3)
    • Listed facilitators and barriers to dissemination and adoption (Y2 M4)
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SPECIAL DIABETES PROGRAM FOR INDIANS

Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart Initiatives: Year 3 Meeting 1

  • October 2012- May 2013
    • Began working with website developer
    • Prepared packets & guidelines for writing groups
    • Wrote first draft of 16 modules based on detailed outline of toolkits and input collected during Year 2 Meeting 3, June 2012 (6 writing groups)
    • Began gathering missing materials for appendices
    • Wrote first draft of 2 modules (Documenting Activities & Outcomes)
    • Reformatted 2 modules for sharing
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SPECIAL DIABETES PROGRAM FOR INDIANS

Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart Initiatives: Year 3 Meeting 1

  • Diabetes Prevention Program Writing Groups
    • Recruitment, Screening & Eligibility, Retention
      • Kathy Natachu, Zuni Pueblo
      • Tonya Wapskineh, Cherokee Nation
      • Ethel Thomas, Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians
    • Intensive Activities, Incentives
      • Cathy Waller & Susan Starr, Central Oklahoma American Indian Health Council, Inc.
      • Chris Foss-Tietz, Fond du Lac Reservation
      • Walleen Whitson, South East Alaska Regional Health Consortium
    • Laying the Foundation, Strengthening Your Local Team, Sustainability Strategies
      • Sharon Stanphill, Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe
      • Lynne Kosmach, Fond du Lac Reservation
      • Evie Maho, Native Americans for Community Action, Inc.
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SPECIAL DIABETES PROGRAM FOR INDIANS

Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart Initiatives: Year 3 Meeting 1

  • Healthy Heart Project Writing Groups
    • Recruitment, Screening & Eligibility, Retention
      • Doreen Bell & Amber Belgard, Fort Belknap Indian Community
      • Sarah Willey, Sault Ste Marie Tribe of Chippewa
      • Mary Arntz, South Dakota Urban Indian Health, Inc.
    • Intensive Activities, Incentives
      • Kristy Klinger, Whiteriver IHS Service Unit
      • Robin John, Yakama Indian Health Center – IHS/DHHS
      • Monica Sulier, Northwest Washington Indian Health Board
    • Laying the Foundation, Strengthening Your Local Team, Sustainability Strategies
      • Colleen Permann, Wagner Health Care Center IHS
      • Jay Tisho, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
      • Chenoa Gass, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians
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SPECIAL DIABETES PROGRAM FOR INDIANS

Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart Initiatives: Year 3 Meeting 1

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SPECIAL DIABETES PROGRAM FOR INDIANS

Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart Initiatives: Year 3 Meeting 1

Next Steps

  • Complete Module & Appendices Draft 4-5 months
    • Continue:
      • reformatting modules
      • gathering missing materials for appendices
      • working with website developer
    • Identify new grantee work groups for review and input
    • Revise as needed, based on input
    • Deliver final draft to professional writer for final edit
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SPECIAL DIABETES PROGRAM FOR INDIANS

Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart Initiatives: Year 3 Meeting 1

Next Steps – continued

  • Ongoing Toolkit Website Development 3-4 months
    • Populate website with modules, appendices, links, video links
    • Beta test (subset of grantees)
    • Evaluate format, content, delivery, and relevance
    • Revisions, based on evaluation results for Final Review
  • Final Steps 2-3 months
    • Form Resource Bank (subject experts from among program staff)
    • Develop and implement plans for national launch
    • Provide technical assistance (TA) for implementation and coordinate TA by Resource Bank
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SPECIAL DIABETES PROGRAM FOR INDIANS

Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Heart Initiatives: Year 3 Meeting 1

Questions?