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Table 4 Reach of the program in funded sites: eligible participant characteristics (n = 14,876)

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

Participant characteristics Average or number (percentage)
Age (Mean, interquartile range) 56 (47–65)
Race/ethnicity
 Non-Hispanic white 5803 (39.0%)
 Non-Hispanic black 1831 (12.3%)
 Hispanic 1664 (11.2%)
 Other/not reported1 5578 (37.5%)
Sex
 Male 2968 (20.0%)
 Female 11,904 (80.0%)
Prediabetes eligibility determination
 Blood test or history of GDM 8797 (59.1%)
 Prediabetes risk test 6079 (40.9%)
Body mass index (BMI)
 Underweight/normal* 1024 (7.1%)
 Overweight 4281 (29.7%)
 Obesity 9103 (63.2%)
  1. Source: DPRP data include participants who attended their first session between October 1, 2012 and 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. Eligible based on a blood test indicating prediabetes, diabetes risk test, or previous diagnosis of gestational diabetes
  4. 1Other includes multiracial, non-Hispanic Asian, non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native, or not reported
  5. * The data were analyzed in 2017 under the 2015 DPRP Standards that included eligible participants with a BMI ≥ 24 kg/m2 (≥ 22 kg/m2, if Asian)