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Table 1 Secondary Outcomes

From: The Community Health Assessment Program in the Philippines (CHAP-P) diabetes health promotion program for low- to middle-income countries: study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial

Outcome Level Measure, Source
Physical activity Individual International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ) [22] and modified CP@clinic survey [13]
Medication compliance Individual Survey questions (self-reported)
Blood pressure Individual Physical measurements
Risk factors for diabetes Individual Finnish Diabetes Risk Score (FINDRISC) [23] on community survey
Risk behaviours for diabetes / cardiovascular issues (activity, diet, smoking, alcohol, stress) Individual Elements of the Health Awareness and Behaviour Tool (HABiT) on community survey (self-reported)
Knowledge about diabetes and hypertension Individual Elements of the HABiT on community survey (self-reported)
Perceived concern and understanding of risk Individual Elements of the HABiT on community survey (self-reported)
Confidence in behaviour change Individual Elements of the HABiT on community survey (self-reported)
Number of community residents newly diagnosed with diabetes Cluster Rural Health Unit databases
aHospital admission rates due to diabetes and diabetes-related conditions, hypertension, myocardial infarction (MI), stroke, congestive heart failure Cluster Central Department of Health database
aMortality rates due to diabetes and diabetes-related conditions, hypertension, MI, stroke, congestive heart failure based on ICD-10 codes Cluster Regional Field Health Surveillance Information Systems
  1. aHospital admission rates and mortality rates will be measured for both the 12 months before and the 12 months after the CHAP-P implementation, and will be divided by the mid-year population estimates