Following an overview of the DP17-1705 qualitative evaluation, presenters from 1705 recipient and affiliate sites will share lessons learned, barriers to success, and final findings from Case Studies 1 and 2: "Promising Strategies to Recruit and Enroll Hispanic/Latino participants in the National DPP Lifestyle Change Program," and "Faith-based Approaches to Recruit and Enroll Priority Population Groups in the National DPP Lifestyle Change Program," respectively.
This webinar featured speakers from DDT’s Translation Branch and colleagues from around the country working in organizations that are currently implementing the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP).
Webinar presenters shared key insights and answered questions on how to engage and enroll participants in National DPP.
Heather Devlin of the Synthesis Translation and Applied Research Team at DDT,
Kimberly Lovelady of Fundamental Health Solutions,
Karen Bailey of University Medical Associates,
Art Franke of the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan
What you can gain from this webinar:
• Insights from the field on offering “Session Zero,” an introductory or pre-session used to engage and enroll participants into CDC Recognized Lifestyle Change Programs.
• An approach for assessing the current evidence on new engagement/enrollment strategies before deciding what to implement
• Background on two projects implemented by the CDC focusing on engagement and enrollment into CDC Recognized Lifestyle Change Program: EASE Project (Evaluation and Assessment of Strategies for Enrollment) and DDT’s Promising Practices Study
• Familiarity with DDT’s Engage Work Group, which is focused on identifying and implementing effective strategies for engagement and retention in diabetes prevention and control programs, using behavioral insights approaches.