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100 1  Schwarz, Peter 
245 10 Prevention of Diabetes 
250    8th ed 
264  1 Hoboken :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (231 pages) 
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505 0  Cover -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Contents -- 
       Contributors -- Preface -- CHAPTER 1: What have we learned
       from the number of clinical trials? -- Introduction -- 
       Major lifestyle trials in prevention of T2D -- Da-Qing 
       Study -- Finnish Diabetes Prevention Study -- Diabetes 
       Prevention Program -- Indian Diabetes Prevention Program -
       - Japanese Prevention Trial -- Other trials -- Clinical 
       trial evidence of the effect of lifestyle components on 
       T2D risk -- References -- CHAPTER 2: Identification of 
       target populations for intervention -- Introduction -- 
       Risk factors for type 2 diabetes -- Nonmodifiable risk 
       factors -- Modifiable risk factors -- Target populations 
       for intervention -- Population approach -- High-risk 
       approach -- Hierarchical approach for intervention -- 
       Categorization of glucose abnormalities -- Detection of 
       people at high risk for diabetes: scoring systems -- 
       Strategies to identify people at high risk for diabetes --
       Community-based strategies -- Clinical practice-based 
       strategies -- Conclusions -- References -- CHAPTER 3: 
       Diagnosis of prediabetes and diabetes prevention -- 
       Introduction -- Historical synopsis -- Current definition,
       mechanisms, and consequences of prediabetes -- Testing for
       prediabetes: Methodologic and epidemiologic considerations
       -- FPG, OGTT, and HbA1c: From a methodologic view -- FPG, 
       OGTT, and HbA1c: From an epidemiologic view -- Where are 
       we now? -- References -- CHAPTER 4: What do we know about 
       recruitment and retention in diabetes prevention programs?
       An Australian perspective -- Introduction -- The Prevent 
       Diabetes Live Life Well program -- Life! Taking Action on 
       Diabetes program -- Description of the program -- 
       Recruitment -- Retention and adherence -- Lessons learned 
       -- Where and how to recruit? -- Who comes to programs? -- 
       Who stays in programs? -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments 
505 8  Prevent Diabetes Live Life Well program -- Life! Program -
       - References -- CHAPTER 5: Depression and diabetes 
       prevention -- Introduction -- Depression as a risk factor 
       for diabetes -- Potential mechanisms linking diabetes and 
       depression -- Behavioral mechanisms -- Inflammatory 
       mechanisms -- Stress -- Antidepressive medication -- 
       Emotional aspects in diabetes prevention -- Attitudes 
       towards diabetes and health risks -- Barriers to lifestyle
       changes -- Maintaining lifestyle changes in daily routine 
       -- Other obstacles to healthy lifestyle changes -- 
       Negative emotional feelings and reduced well-being -- 
       Effects of diabetes prevention programs on emotional well-
       being -- References -- CHAPTER 6: Diabetes prevention in a
       challenging environment -- References -- CHAPTER 7: Global
       migration and prevention of diabetes -- Epidemiologic 
       trends of diabetes in Asian Indians and migrant South 
       Asians -- Risk factors for type 2 diabetes in Asian 
       Indians and migrant South Asians -- Overall and abdominal 
       obesity -- Food habits -- Physical activity -- 
       Developmental origins of diabetes -- Genetic factors -- 
       Summary of the identified risk factors -- Preventive 
       strategies -- Conclusions -- References -- CHAPTER 8: 
       Diabetes prevention in practice: examples from the real 
       world -- Introduction -- The Greek experience -- One-year 
       results and evaluation of the program -- The Polish 
       experience -- Discussion -- References -- CHAPTER 9: 
       Quality management and outcome evaluation in diabetes 
       prevention -- Introduction -- Quality in diabetes care -- 
       Quality in health promotion and primary prevention -- 
       Classification of quality and outcome indicators -- 
       Prevention strategy -- Level of the health care operator -
       - Structure, process, and outcome model -- Quality 
       criteria and indicators -- Population-level prevention 
       strategies -- High-risk prevention strategy 
505 8  Outcome evaluation indicators -- Discussion -- 
       Acknowledgment -- References -- CHAPTER 10: Training of 
       prevention managers -- Curriculum development for the 
       training of prevention managers in the field of type 2 
       diabetes prevention -- Description of basic organizational
       conditions -- What are the conditions and regulations of 
       the health care system for the implementation of diabetes 
       prevention interventions? -- What are the tasks of the 
       prevention managers in the respective country? -- What are
       the necessary entrance qualifications to enter PM 
       training? -- What should the duration of PM training be? -
       - What is the didactical structure of the training 
       modules? -- Will e-learning components be integrated into 
       the training concept? -- Definition of learning objectives,
       methods, and materials -- Control of learning objectives -
       - The PM training course -- References -- CHAPTER 11: 
       Prevention of type 2 diabetes: the role of physical 
       activity -- Physical activity and health - an evolutionary
       perspective -- Evidence for the role of physical activity 
       in the prevention of type 2 diabetes -- How much is 
       enough? -- Physical activity and body weight -- Promotion 
       of physical activity in diabetes prevention: what works --
       Pedometers -- Physical activity and the detection of risk 
       -- Physical activity throughout life -- Sedentary behavior
       : more than just physical inactivity -- Conclusions -- 
       References -- CHAPTER 12: Overview: Potentials of new 
       media for the training of health educators in the field of
       diabetes prevention -- Introduction -- Didactic concepts 
       and e-learning approaches -- E-learning -- Blended 
       learning -- Computer-based learning -- Web-based learning 
       -- Online case-based learning -- Mobile learning -- 
       Digital game-based learning and Serious Games -- Web 2.0 
       and social software -- Overview of Web 2.0 applications --
       Blogs -- Wikis -- Podcasts 
505 8  Social networking -- Syndication and notification 
       technologies -- Special search features and social search 
       engines -- Media-sharing services -- New media in diabetes
       prevention -- Benefits of the use of e-learning and new 
       media for the training of health educators -- Projects in 
       the field of diabetes prevention using new media -- New 
       media in health communication and its potential for 
       diabetes prevention -- Conclusions -- Outlook -- 
       References -- CHAPTER 13: Practical approach to the 
       implementation of diabetes prevention -- Epidemiology -- 
       Combining forces -- Screening and treating prediabetes -- 
       National programs targeted at the obesity epidemic -- 
       Increasing awareness -- Modifying the environment -- 
       Economic incentives -- Special populations -- References -
       - Index 
520    Expertly authored by the world's leading specialists in 
       the field, Prevention of Diabetes is the definitive guide 
       for better preventative diabetes care.  Using an evidence-
       based approach, it outlines the very latest in the 
       identification of people at high risk for type 2 diabetes 
       and how best to use interventional methods such as 
       screening at-risk individuals, pharmaceutical intervention
       and lifestyle changes.  In addition, it will provide 
       healthcare professionals with the clinical knowledge 
       required to clearly identify the early symptoms of 
       diabetes, enabling them to provide their patients with 
       better clinical care and helping avoid the onset of full-
       blown diabetes. Also covered are both the health economics
       of establishing, and the methods of implement/delivering 
       targeted prevention programmes into clinical and health 
       care practice, based on the vast experience of the editors
       due to their involvement in such programmes. Prevention of
       Diabetes provides clear and expert information in a 
       practical, accessible way, and is ideal reading for all 
       those with an interest in the prevention of diabetes and 
       obesity, such as public health workers, specialists in 
       diabetes and obesity, and GP's seeing patients with early 
       onset or pre-diabetes symptoms 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
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650  0 Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2 - prevention & control 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Reddy, Prasuna 
700 1  Dunbar, James 
700 1  Greaves, Colin 
700 1  Williamson, David 
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