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  • A Patient-Centered Strategy for Improving Diabetes Prevention in Urban American Indians

    The goal of the proposed research is to identify effective patient-centered strategies to prevent diabetes in high-risk populations in real world settings. The investigators will accomplish this by conducting a randomized controlled trial comparing an enhanced Diabetes Prevention Program addressing psychosocial stressors to a standard version in a high-risk population of urban American Indian and Alaska Native people within a primary care setting.

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  • Engaging Patients to Help Achieve Increased Patient Choice and Engagement for AFib Stroke Prevention

    A multi-center, randomized controlled 2-arm trial comparing the effectiveness of an innovative shared decision-making pathway and usual care for Atrial Fibrillation Stroke Prevention

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  • Improving Coronary Prevention in a County Health System

    To examine whether the Stanford Health Education and Risk Reduction Training (HEAR2T) program , a case management approach, can be effectively used to manage the risk of coronary artery disease.

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  • Understanding Pine Bark Extract as an Alternative Treatment (UPBEAT) Study

    The purpose of this study is to investigate the efficacy of Flavangenol® (Toyo Shinyaku, Japan), a pine bark extract, in lowering blood pressure and improving glycemic control and plasma lipoprotein profile.

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  • Vivamos Activos Fair Oaks Program for Weight Loss in Low Income Latinos

    Physician-based primary care has thus far failed to address the obesity epidemic. In this randomized clinical trial of 200 obese patients with heart disease risk factors, the investigators will evaluate the impact of nurse and dietitian case management on weight loss and weight maintenance, as an adjunct to physician care. In addition, the investigators will test the incremental benefit of an environmental support strategy using community health workers to help patients navigate their home and neighborhood environments to achieve weight loss. The innovative intervention model developed and evaluated in this project has the potential to provide a blueprint for successful primary care-based obesity services

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