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Table 2 Program implementation characteristics among funded sites (n = 164)

From: Using a RE-AIM framework to identify promising practices in National Diabetes Prevention Program implementation

Implementation strategies Sites reporting (n, %)
Recruitment strategies n = 1641
 Self-referral or word of mouth 49 (29.9%)
 Referral from healthcare providers or systems 115 (70.1%)
 Mass media 148 (90.2%)
 Small media 104 (63.4%)
Delivery adaptations n = 1072
 Using cultural themes, images, or sayings; or incorporating cultural dietary restrictions or preferences 40 (37.4%)
 Delivering the program bilingually or using a language other than English 22 (20.6%)
 Other adaptations 12 (11.2%)
Incentives n = 1503
 Non-monetary incentive 118 (78.7%)
 Monetary incentives 32 (21.3%)
 Removal of barriers to access 29 (19.3%)
  1. Source: DP12-1212 program evaluation data, October 1, 2012–September 30, 2016
  2. Funded Sites = CDC-recognized organizations delivering the National Diabetes Prevention Program lifestyle change intervention that were funded through the CDC’s Cooperative Agreement DP12-1212
  3. 1Question asked in years 1–4
  4. 2Question asked in years 3 and 4 and for sites existing in the previous year only
  5. 3Question asked in years 3 and 4 only
  6. Note: Sites implemented more than one strategy per category