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The National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (NCCDPHP) has a rich portfolio of public health efforts to reduce the risks of developing chronic disease and to improve the health and quality of life for those living with chronic disease. This collection from Preventing Chronic Disease features 10 articles that offer insights into the development, implementation, and evaluation of population-based interventions to prevent chronic diseases and to control their effects on quality of life, morbidity, and mortality. The NCCDPHP Program Evaluation collection shares important evaluation findings and lessons learned from public health and clinical interventions implemented by NCCDPHP, its partners, and its awardees.

 

 

 

PROGRAM EVALUATION BRIEF

PEER REVIEWED

Teacher Physical Education Practices and Student Outcomes in a Sample of Middle Schools Participating in the Presidential Youth Fitness Program

Lucas IR, Harris C, Lee S, Wargo J, Barnes SP, Kauh TJ, et al. Teacher Physical Education Practices and Student Outcomes in a Sample of Middle Schools Participating in the Presidential Youth Fitness Program. Prev Chronic Dis 2019;16:180627

CME ACTIVITY

PEER REVIEWED

A Faith-Based Intervention to Reduce Blood Pressure in Underserved Metropolitan New York Immigrant Communities

Yi SS, Wyatt LC, Patel S, Choy C, Dhar R, Zanowiak JM, et al. A Faith-Based Intervention to Reduce Blood Pressure in Underserved Metropolitan New York Immigrant Communities. Prev Chronic Dis 2019;16:180618

PROGRAM EVALUATION BRIEF

PEER REVIEWED

A Change-Management Approach to Closing Care Gaps in a Federally Qualified Health Center: A Rural Kentucky Case Study

Carman AL, Vanderpool RC, Stradtman LR, Edmiston EA. A Change-Management Approach to Closing Care Gaps in a Federally Qualified Health Center: A Rural Kentucky Case Study. Prev Chronic Dis 2019;16:180589

ORIGINAL RESEARCH

PEER REVIEWED

Putting the National Diabetes Prevention Program to Work: Predictors of Achieving Weight-Loss Goals in an Employee Population

Chakkalakal RJ, Connor LR, Rolando LA, Huang Y, Byrne DW, Awalt BM, et al. Putting the National Diabetes Prevention Program to Work: Predictors of Achieving Weight-Loss Goals in an Employee Population. Prev Chronic Dis 2019;16:190053

PROGRAM EVALUATION BRIEF

PEER REVIEWED

Implementation of Liver Cancer Education Among Health Care Providers and Community Coalitions in the Cherokee Nation

Momin B, Mera J, Essex W, Gahn D, Burkhart M, Nielsen D, et al. Implementation of Liver Cancer Education Among Health Care Providers and Community Coalitions in the Cherokee Nation. Prev Chronic Dis 2019;16:180671

PROGRAM EVALUATION BRIEF

PEER REVIEWED

A Media Campaign to Increase Health Care Provider Assistance for Patients Who Smoke Cigarettes

Juster HR, Ortega-Peluso CA, Brown EM, Hayes KA, Sneegas K, Gopez G, et al. A Media Campaign to Increase Health Care Provider Assistance for Patients Who Smoke Cigarettes. Prev Chronic Dis 2019;16:180613

PROGRAM EVALUATION BRIEF

PEER REVIEWED

Single Cigar Price and Availability in Communities With and Without a Cigar Packaging and Pricing Regulation

Kephart L, Song G, Henley P, Ursprung WS. Single Cigar Price and Availability in Communities With and Without a Cigar Packaging and Pricing Regulation. Prev Chronic Dis 2019;16:180624

ORIGINAL RESEARCH

PEER REVIEWED

Estimating the Relative Impact of Clinical and Preventive Community-Based Interventions: An Example Based on the Community Transformation Grant Program

Yarnoff B, Bradley C, Honeycutt AA, Soler RE, Orenstein D. Estimating the Relative Impact of Clinical and Preventive Community-Based Interventions: An Example Based on the Community Transformation Grant Program. Prev Chronic Dis 2019;16:180594

PROGRAM EVALUATION BRIEF

PEER REVIEWED

A Cohort Review Approach Evaluating Community Health Worker Programs in New York City, 2015–2017

Feinberg A, Seidl L, Dannefer R, Wyka K, Drackett E, Brown-Dudley L, et al. A Cohort Review Approach Evaluating Community Health Worker Programs in New York City, 2015–2017. Prev Chronic Dis 2019;16:180623

PROGRAM EVALUATION BRIEF

PEER REVIEWED

Advancing Tobacco Control Through Point of Sale Policies, Providence, Rhode Island

Pearlman DN, Arnold JA, Guardino GA, Welsh EB. Advancing Tobacco Control Through Point of Sale Policies, Providence, Rhode Island. Prev Chronic Dis 2019;16:180614


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