This Field Epidemiology Training Program Investigators Guide was produced by CDC in collaboration with EGDRC, and was led by Dr. Unjali Gujral at Emory.
Solveig A. Cunninghama, Sara R. Adams, Julie A. Schmittdiel, Mohammed K. Ali
In a cohort study, we examined whether incidence of diabetes was different for individuals with recently diagnosed partners compared to individuals similar on other characteristics but whose partners were never diagnosed with diabetes.
This research studied the largest clinical lifestyle change program in the United States, the Veteran’s Health Administration’s MOVE! program.
Elizabeth K. Ely, Stephanie M. Gruss, Elizabeth T. Luman, Edward W. Gregg, Mohammed K. Ali, Kunthea Nhim, Deborah B. Rolka, and Ann L. Albright
This paper assesses participant-level results from the first 4 years of implementation of the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP), a national effort to prevent type 2 diabetes in those at risk through structured lifestyle change programs.
Jacksona SL, Cunningham SA
This study examined the effects of weight-related behaviors on subsequent changes in weight during childhood using the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study Kindergarten Cohort (ECLS-K), a nationally representative prospective cohort of children in the United States.
Sarah S. Jaser,1 PHD, Robin Whittemore,1 PHD, Ariana Chao,1 MSN, Sangchoon Jeon,1 PHD, Melissa S. Faulkner,2 PHD, and Margaret Grey,1 DRPH
The study aims to determine mediators of 12-month outcomes of Internet interventions for youth with type 1 diabetes transitioning to adolescence.
Mary K. Findley MS, RN⁎, EunSeok Cha PhD, MPH, CDE, RN, Eugene Wong BS, Melissa Spezia Faulkner PhD, FAAN, RN
A systematic review of 31 research articles focusing on transitional care for adolescents or emerging adults with diabetes or prediabetes was completed.
Faulkner MS, Michaliszyn SF, Hepworth JT.
This exploratory study tested the feasibility of conducting a novel, personalized exercise intervention based upon the current fitness levels of adolescents with type 1 diabetes (T1DM).
Matthews EK, Wei J, Cunningham SA
This systematic review assesses whether rapid growth during the first two years of life holds different implications for children according to their prenatal growth.
Cunningham SA, Mosher A, Judd SE, Matz LM, Kabagambe EK, Moy CS, Howard VJ
Among older adults, those who used to, but no longer, drink had higher risks of stroke, especially among women; current light drinkers had the lowest risk of stroke.