Intervention Mapping as a Guide for the Development of a Diabetes Peer Support Intervention in Rural Alabama
Describes development of a culturally relevant program to improve diabetes self-management among medically underserved African American adults in Alabama's Black Belt. Discusses intervention mapping as a systematic process combining theory, empirical evidence from the literature, and data from the community, and shows how this may be a useful approach in developing and adapting programs.
Andrea Cherrington, Michelle Y. Martin, Michaela Hayes, et al.
Preventing Chronic Disease, 9
Black or African American · Culture and cultural competency · Diabetes · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · Alabama