The goal of this project being conducted in collaboration with the PAMF Weight Management Program of Excellence is to evaluate the reach and impact of its effort to translate evidence to practice in the New Weight of Life Program for adult weight management and diabetes prevention.
Palo Alto Medical Foundation
A Patient-Centered Strategy for Improving Diabetes Prevention in Urban American Indians.
Comparative effectiveness trial to determine the most effective strategy for preventing diabetes among at-risk American Indian adults residing in urban areas.
Managing Cardiometabolic Disease in Primary Care
Develop population health management pipeline to integrate mass customization and personalization in the health care system.
Investigators: J.B. Jones, PhD, MBA, Xiaowei (Sherry) Yan, PhD, MS
Culturally Adapted DPP [Diabetes Prevention Program] Intervention for Mexican Americans in Primary Care: An RCT [randomized controlled trial]
Develop a culturally and linguistically adapted, technology-supported lifestyle intervention for diabetes prevention for Spanish-speaking Mexican Americans.
Research Aimed at Improving Both Mood and Weight (RAINBOW)
Evaluate effectiveness of integrated behavioral weight loss program and stepped care for depression in primary care setting.
Strength Training Regimen for Normal Weight Diabetics (STRONG-D) Study
The goal of the STRONG-D Study is to determine the best exercise regimen for normal-weight diabetics by comparing three exercise intervention arms.
eCMP (electronic Cardiometabolic Program)
To develop an electronically delivered Cardiometabolic Program to reduce DM and CAD in obese adults in lifestyle and stress management group coaching program.
Investigator: Kristen M.J. Azar, R.N., BSN, MSN/MPH
Evaluation of Chronic Care Transformation at PAMF
Evaluate the Champion program, tiered team care targeting patients with poorly managed diabetes or hypertension, in two PAMF clinics versus two comparison clinics.
Investigator: Cheryl Stults, Ph.D.
The Medication Metronome Project
To evaluate the impact of the Medication Metronome visit-independent care model in patients with type 2 diabetes, hypertension, or hyperlipidemia.
Gestational Diabetes in Asian Americans: Predictors, Problems, and Progression
This study addresses knowledge gaps regarding racial/ethnic differences in gestational diabetes risk factors, adverse perinatal outcomes & diabetes progression.
Identifying Disparities in Type 2 Diabetes Among Asian Americans: The Pan Asian Cohort Study (PACS)
This will provide greater understanding of diabetes & it's risk factors among Asian minorities & would contribute to research, public health & clinical effort.