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CPSTF Findings for Diabetes

The following is an alphabetical list of intervention approaches reviewed by the Community Preventive Services Task Force with summaries of the CPSTF finding for each (definitions of findings). Click a linked review title to read a summary of the evidence and access supporting materials. This table does not include inactive or archived reviews.

Intervention
CPSTF Finding
Combined Diet and Physical Activity Promotion Programs to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes Among People at Increased Risk A green circle means that the CPSTF Recommends implementing this interventionRecommended (strong evidence)
July 2014
Intensive Lifestyle Interventions for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes A green circle means that the CPSTF Recommends implementing this interventionRecommended (sufficient evidence)
October 2016
Interventions Engaging Community Health Workers for Diabetes Management A green circle means that the CPSTF Recommends implementing this interventionRecommended (strong evidence)
April 2017
Interventions Engaging Community Health Workers for Diabetes Prevention A green circle means that the CPSTF Recommends implementing this interventionRecommended (sufficient evidence)
August 2016
Lifestyle Interventions to Reduce the Risk of Gestational Diabetes A green circle means that the CPSTF Recommends implementing this interventionRecommended (strong evidence)
December 2017
Mobile Phone Applications Used Within Healthcare Systems for Type 1 Diabetes Self-Management A yellow diamond means that the CPSTF issued an insufficient evidence finding for this interventionInsufficient Evidence
August 2017
Mobile Phone Applications Used Within Healthcare Systems for Type 2 Diabetes Self-Management A green circle means that the CPSTF Recommends implementing this interventionRecommended (sufficient evidence)
August 2017
Team-Based Care for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes A green circle means that the CPSTF Recommends implementing this interventionRecommended (strong evidence)
December 2016