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Volume 3: No. 1, January 2006

COMMUNITY CASE STUDY
Barriers to Diabetes Self-Management Education Programs in Underserved Rural Arkansas: Implications for Program Evaluation

Counties with Pre-existing Programs

Counties with Newly Established Programs

Benton

Washington

Sebastian

Pope

Garland

Clark

Faulkner

Pulaski

Jefferson

Craighead

Baxter

Monroe

Columbia

Quachita

Union

Drew

Ashley

Chicot

Phillips

Crittenden

Woodruff

White

Cleburne

Figure 1. Distribution of pre-existing and newly established American Diabetes Association-recognized diabetes self-management education (DSME) programs in Arkansas, by county.

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County

Prevalence of Diabetes, %

Arkansas

8.0-9.9

Ashley

10.0-10.9

Baxter

 10.0-10.9

Benton

4.8-7.9

Boone

4.8-7.9

Bradley

10.0-10.9

Calhoun

10.0-10.9

Carroll

4.8-7.9

Chicot

11.0-12.6

Clark

4.8-7.9

Clay

10.0-10.9

Cleburne

10.0-10.9

Cleveland

4.8-7.9

Columbia

4.8-7.9

Conway

8.0-9.9

Craighead

4.8-7.9

Crawford

4.8-7.9

Crittenden

8.0-9.9

Cross

10.0-10.9

Dallas

8.0-9.9

Desha

11.0-12.6

Drew

8.0-9.9

Faulkner

4.8-7.9

Franklin

4.8-7.9

Fulton

8.0-9.9

Garland

8.0-9.9

Grant

4.8-7.9

Greene

8.0-9.9

Hempstead

8.0-9.9

Hot Spring

4.8-7.9

Howard

4.8-7.9

Independence

8.0-9.9

Izard

8.0-9.9

Jackson

8.0-9.9

Jefferson

8.0-9.9

Johnson

8.0-9.9

Lafayette

8.0-9.9

Lawrence

8.0-9.9

Lee

11.0-12.6

Lincoln

4.8-7.9

Little River

11.0-12.6

Logan

8.0-9.9

Lonoke

4.8-7.9

Madison

4.8-7.9

Marion

8.0-9.9

Miller

11.0-12.6

Mississippi

4.8-7.9

Monroe

11.0-12.6

Montgomery

8.0-9.9

Nevada

4.8-7.9

Newton

4.8-7.9

Perry

8.0-9.9

Phillips

11.0-12.6

Pike

4.8-7.9

Poinsett

4.8-7.9

Polk

4.8-7.9

Pope

8.0-9.9

Prairie

4.8-7.9

Pulaski

8.0-9.9

Quachita

8.0-9.9

Randolph

10.0-10.9

Saline

4.8-7.9

Scott

8.0-9.9

Searcy

8.0-9.9

Sebastian

4.8-7.9

Sevier

4.8-7.9

Sharp

8.0-9.9

St. Francis

11.0-12.6

Stone

10.0-10.9

Union

8.0-9.9

Van Buren

10.0-10.9

Washington

4.8-7.9

White

4.8-7.9

Woodruff

11.0-12.6

Yell

8.0-9.9

Figure 2. Prevalence of diabetes in Arkansas, by county, 2002. Source: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System.

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