Implementation of a Diabetes Education Kiosk in a Low-Income Clinical Setting: A Community Implementation Process
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This article describes the pilot implementation of a computer-based touch-screen diabetes educational training tool in a central Texas family medicine residency training clinical setting that serves predominantly low-income and low-literacy patient populations. Specifically, the article 1) describes the development of and implementation process for the DEK and 2) identifies best practices for implementation in low-income clinical settings. Examination of the implementation process aids in identifying factors contributing to its success in reaching the community with valuable diabetes health information.
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Ory, M., Bolin, J. L., & Lopez-Arenas, A.
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Ory, M||Bolin, JL||Lopez-Arenas, A