Tailored Approaches to Reduce Distress and Improve Self-Management for Veterans With Diabetes (TARDIS)

Tailored Approaches to Reduce Distress and Improve Self-Management for Veterans With Diabetes (TARDIS)

Aim 1 – Baseline Survey
Conduct Baseline Survey: Examine the association of psychosocial factors (depression, PTSD), environmental factors (finances, support), self-management behaviors, and HbA1c with DD.
Behavioral: Baseline Survey
Conduct Baseline Survey: Examine the association of psychosocial factors (depression, PTSD), environmental factors (finances, support), self-management behaviors, and HbA1c with DD.
Behavioral: Qualitative Interviews
Qualitative Interviews: Describe self-management challenges and preferred learning strategies to inform intervention components and delivery approach for Veterans with T2D.

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March 22, 2023Comments OffClinicalTrials.gov | Endocrinology Clinical Trials | Endocrinology Studies | US National Library of Medicine
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