Volume 10 — November 27, 2013
COMMUNITY CASE STUDY
Sociocultural Tailoring of a Healthy Lifestyle Intervention to Reduce Cardiovascular Disease and Type 2 Diabetes Risk Among Latinos
The figure consists of 3 series of boxes. On the right side of the figure is a vertical cascade of 2 boxes that begins with “Community–Academic Partnership” followed by “Extended Community–Academic Partnership.” In the center is a vertical cascade of 7 boxes beginning at the top with “Identified intervention program,” followed by “Intervention materials reviewed by natural community leaders,” then “Family history and genomic information discussed during focus group sessions,” “Intervention tailored by community and academic collaborators; genomic/family history education module developed,” “Preintervention surveys administered,” “Administration of tailored intervention,” and “Collection of postintervention surveys and qualitative assessments.” On the left side of the figure is a vertical cascade of 2 boxes that begins with “Study 1” followed by “Study 2.” The box “Community–Academic Partnership” on the left side of the figure and the box “Study 1” on the right side of the figure correspond with the first 4 center boxes. The box “Extended Community–Academic Partnership” on the left side of the figure and the box “Study 2” on the right side of the figure correspond with the last 3 center boxes. Further conceptual interpretation of the figure is provided in the text.
Figure 1. Flowchart presenting an overview of the process of the formative study (Study 1) and assessment of the intervention program (Study 2), Su Corazon, Su Vida, Kentucky, 2008–2010.
|Health-Promoting Lifestyle Profile II Subscale||Mean Score||P Value|
Figure 2. Average total and subscale scores preintervention and postintervention on the Health-Promoting Lifestyle Profile II. P values are shown at the top of columns.
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