Clinical Trial

Diabetes Self-Management Support Program in Hispanics

Study Description

Building a Healthy Temple: a Diabetes Self-management Support Program in Hispanic Faith Community Settings

The present study proposes to test the effectiveness of the Building a Healthy Temple: Diabetes Self-Management Support Program (BHT DSMS), a rendition of the Stanford DSMP in a spiritual context for the Hispanic faith community members. Using a holistic approach through integrating spiritual and physical health, BHT translates the Stanford DSMP in a way that may result in lasting behavior changes and improved diabetes outcomes for Hispanics with type 2 diabetes (T2D).

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Behavioral - Faith-Based (FB, BHT DSMS)

BHT DSMS Intervention components include Health Sermon and a 6-session Health Bible Study with cooking demonstrations, followed by the Stanford DSMP and a Diabetes Resource Seminar. All intervention activities are implemented by trained church lay leaders.

Faith-Placed (FP, Stanford DSMP)

Standard Stanford DSMP delivered by health professional

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Building a Healthy Temple: a Diabetes Self-management Support Program in Hispanic Faith Community Settings

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03934593

ParticipAid ID

b68jNe