The National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP): Translating the Science with Joanne M. Gallivan, M.S., R.D. and Diane Tuncer
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The National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP): Translating the Science with Joanne M. Gallivan, M.S., R.D. and Diane Tuncer Presentation Transcript

  • 1. The National Diabetes Education Program: Translating the Science Joanne Gallivan, M.S., R.D. Director, National Diabetes Education Program Diane Tuncer Deputy Director, National Diabetes Education Program
  • 2. Objectives • Describe the National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP) and its goals. • Highlight NDEP offerings for worksites, communities and others in recognition of National Diabetes Month • Discuss NDEP’s efforts to focus on behavior change in the development of resources targeting diabetes prevention and management. • Discuss opportunities for/benefits of collaboration
  • 3. Global Burden of Diabetes • WHO estimates that more than 346 million people worldwide have diabetes more than double by 2030 without intervention • 1 in 3 U.S. adults could have diabetes by 2050 if current trends continue
  • 4. Diabetes: The Tip of the Iceberg Diabetes in U.S. 25.8 million* 18.8 million diagnosed; 7.0 million undiagnosed Prediabetes 79 million† Over 90% undiagnosed *All ages † Age 20 and older Source: CDC diabetes fact sheet 2011
  • 5. National Diabetes Education Program • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services program jointly sponsored by: – National Institutes of Health – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – With over 200 public and private partners • Seeks to reduce the burden of diabetes in the U.S. by: – Facilitating adoption of proven approaches to prevent or delay the onset and progression of diabetes and its complications.
  • 6. NDEP’s Partnership Network • Community for networking and exchanging ideas • Provide input to NDEP on how to effectively reach and engage the populations they serve • Adopt, adapt, co-brand and/or evaluate NDEP messages and materials for their audiences • Collaborate to extend the reach of messages and resources
  • 7. NDEP Campaigns Primary prevention DPP/ DPPOS Secondary prevention DCCT/EDIC UKPDS
  • 8. Diabetes Prevention Campaign: A Family History Approach
  • 9. Diabetes Prevention Materials • Ideas for campaign implementation • Template news releases • e-Newsletter copy/feature articles • Web banners • Print PSA/posters • Live-read radio PSA scripts • Talking points and media tips • e-signature • Diabetes Risk Test
  • 10. Diabetes Control Campaign: Managing Diabetes
  • 11. Diabetes Management Resources • • • • • • • • • • Ideas for campaign implementation Template news releases e-Newsletter copy/feature articles Web banners Podcasts Print PSA/posters Live-read radio PSA scripts Talking points and media tips e-signature Template print ads
  • 12. Partners At Work
  • 13. NDEP Resources for Health Care Professionals www.YourDiabetesInfo.org
  • 14. NDEP Materials for Consumers
  • 15. NDEP Materials Development Process • Science-based, culturally tailored, consumer friendly • Translating science into plain language • Focus on health literacy • Focus group testing with target audience(s) • Many materials are available in English, Spanish, and 15 additional languages.
  • 16. NDEP and Health Literacy • Review of NDEPs most popular publications for health literacy/plain language principles, including: – Content – Literacy Demand – Health Numeracy – Graphics and Visuals/ Layout and Design – Learning Stimulation, Interaction and Motivation – Cultural Appropriateness
  • 17. NDEP and Behavior Change Diabetes HealthSense www.YourDiabetesInfo.org/HealthSense
  • 18. NDEP and Behavior Change Lifestyle Change Videos • A series of three to five minute videos focused on helping people make lifestyle changes and cope with the demands of diabetes. • Feature people living with diabetes and NDEP partners and experts. • Available on Diabetes HealthSense and can be shared from NDEP’s YouTube channel.
  • 19. NDEP and Behavior Change Diabetes HealthSense
  • 20. NDEP and Behavior Change Xavier: Goals • Wants to lose some weight • Has a hard time “sticking with it” • Really doesn’t like to exercise
  • 21. NDEP and Behavior Change Xavier: Action Steps • Behavior: Physical Activity • Source: Go4Life go4life.nia.nih.gov
  • 22. NDEP and Behavior Change The Winters Family: Diagnosis and Concerns • Mother recently diagnosed with prediabetes • Concerned about her own and her children’s future health
  • 23. NDEP and Behavior Change Resource Used: Eat Smart. Play Hard. • Behaviors: healthy eating, physical activity • Audience: parents, child caregivers • Source: USDA Food and Nutrition Service www.fns.usda.gov/eatsmartplayhardhealthylifestyle
  • 24. Other NDEP Web Resources
  • 25. National Diabetes Month Theme: Diabetes is A Family Affair
  • 26. Diabetes is a Family Affair • If You Have a Family History of Diabetes, You Are At Risk • If You – or Someone You Love – Has Diabetes, Family Support is Important • Help Your Community Stay Healthy – Community settings, such as schools, worksites, senior centers, and places of worship, are part of an extended family, and so is your health care team
  • 27. National Diabetes Month Landing Page YourDiabetesInfo.org/DiabetesMonth2013
  • 28. If You Have a Family History of Diabetes, You Are At Risk
  • 29. If You – or Someone You Love – Has Diabetes, Family Support is Important
  • 30. Help Your Community Stay Healthy
  • 31. National Diabetes Month Promotional Materials
  • 32. Social Media Outreach • Like, tweet, and share the National Diabetes Month campaign page directly from yourdiabetesinfo.org/diabetesmonth2013 • Twitter – www.twitter.com/ndep o Follow us @NDEP o Use the #diabetes and #diabetesmonth hashtag
  • 33. Social Media Outreach (cont’d) • Facebook – www.facebook.com/ndepgov Use NDEP’s Facebook Cover Photo Join NDEP’s Facebook Event
  • 34. Social Media Outreach (cont’d) • NDEP’s YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/ndepgov o Watch NDEP’s YouTube videos o Subscribe to the ndepgov YouTube Channel o Like and share NDEP’s videos o Embed NDEP videos on your blog or web site • HBO’s The Weight of the Nation: o The Weight of the Nation - Choices Clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cj6n1pefG8&feature=youtu.be o The Weight of the Nation Consequences Clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3A 9nmEE_Jk&feature=youtu.be
  • 35. World Diabetes Day • World Diabetes Day (WDD) is celebrated on November 14. • The WDD logo is featured on NDEP’s Diabetes Month landing page and will be promoted on the NDEP homepage throughout the week of November 11. • In support of WDD, display the logo on your website. Download the image from the YourDiabetesInfo.org homepage, save it, and upload it to your site with a link to www.idf.org/worlddiabetesday. • Share NDEP’s WDD messages on Facebook and Twitter.
  • 36. Ongoing Promotions: What is NDEP Promoting this Quarter? www.ndep.nih.gov/partners-community-organization/index.aspx http://ndep.nih.gov/resources/promotions/
  • 37. Year-Round Resources/Activities www.YourDiabetesInfo.org
  • 38. How NDEP Can Help You www.YourDiabetesInfo.org • Science-based, culturally tailored, consumer friendly materials • Translating science into plain language • Translation / adaptation of materials – by language and audience • Copyright free / may be reprinted • Organizations may add their logo • Ready to print files
  • 39. Thank You!