Kits and Resources by Topic
The National Diabetes Education Program and many other federal, state and organizations provide materials in the form of “kits” to make materials easy to find and use. The goal of these kits is to save time, and provide customizable turn-key solutions to help workplace wellness staff and health care professionals plan, implement, and evaluate a specific health promotion intervention. Before implementing any of these interventions, review the kits to be certain the materials and interventions meet the needs of your employees and worksite.
In addition to the kits several stand-alone pieces including handouts, videos, promotions tools and brochures are included in the topic areas to support workplace efforts.
Q. Do I need permission to use any of the kits or materials?
A: Maybe. Government publications are in the public domain and may be used and reprinted without permission; a source citation is appreciated. Duplicate and distribute as many copies of these materials as desired. Some kits may be provided at a small fee to cover shipping or a more substantial fee if they are offered by a nonprofit or association. The costs and permissions associated with each kit will be found on the webpage associated with that kit.
Q: Can I modify example materials found in NDEP or HWI toolkits?
A: Yes. However, the NDEP and CDC logos must be removed if the example materials are altered. If in doubt please contact us for more information about how to modify the materials. More information is available about co-branding NDEP materials.
- Page last reviewed: October 21, 2016
- Page last updated: October 21, 2016
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