Technical Assistance for Success Tutorials
These four videos offer CDC-recognized organizations, tips on how to successfully start a National Diabetes Prevention Program and how to achieve Full CDC recognition through the Diabetes Prevention Recognition Program (DPRP). Organizations will learn about the importance of completing the Organizational Capacity Assessment, understanding the DPRP Standards and Operating Procedures, making required data submissions, and using data results to improve future outcomes.
Part 1. Organizational Capacity Assessment
This video informs organizations, focused on preventing type 2 diabetes and managing prediabetes, interested in joining the Diabetes Prevention Recognition Program (DPRP) about the organizational capacity assessment, and the benefits to taking the assessment prior to applying for CDC recognition. It covers the necessity infrastructure your organization needs to successfully establish and implement the lifestyle change program.
Part 2. Learning the DPRP Standards
This video dissects the DPRP Standards and Operating Procedures, which describes in detail the criteria for participation in the type 2 diabetes prevention lifestyle change program. Adherence to the DPRP Standards provides organizations a sound foundation to ensure an effective program delivery through commitment to the established, evidence-based requirements.
Part 3. Making Required Data Submissions
This video showcases the process and timeline for submission of data, and helps organizations identify problematic trends in the data collection that might affect an organization’s results and recognition status. Included are tips on how to collect data reducing errors, walkthrough of submitting the data to DPRP, and where to look in the DPRP Standards for additional assistance.
Part 4. Improving Outcomes Using Data Results
This video focuses on ensuring your organization is on track for success, in terms of data collection. During the video, CDC provides tips on how to get the most out of your data like identifying strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for improvement, and how you can course correct within the timeline to achieve participant success.
- Page last reviewed: September 21, 2017
- Page last updated: September 21, 2017
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