|Key success factors||Need to improve|
• Home visits that guaranteed reasonably high reach, made by a trustworthy community-based organisation;|
• Peer leader training program that was feasible to deliver, easy enough to receive and relatively short but managed to provide skills needed, as perceived by peer leaders and participants;
• Educational resource materials were perceived useful and actively used by peer leaders and participants;
• Support provided by family and friends;
• Involvement of experts to provide information that targeted knowledge gaps that peer leaders and participants also found salient;
• K-DPP intervention team’s ongoing support to peer leaders;
• Local resource person with a broad role to support peer leaders in practical arrangements as well as link with community; and
• Engagement of community organisations and members to practical activities.
• Timing and venue for peer leaders training to increase accessibility;|
• Timing and location for group sessions, possibility to replace/complement face-to-face meeting with other delivery modes;
• Inclusion of additional group activities such as arranging regular physical activity classes for group participants; and
• Inclusion of additional sessions from diabetes experts.