Toolkit – Guidelines for Implementing Promising Practices in Diabetes Prevention
This toolkit was developed to inform a range of diabetes prevention projects/programs by highlighting promising practices that can be implemented to achieve an effective diabetes prevention project/program. It provides a guiding framework and principles as the foundation for planning diabetes prevention activities, as well as a reference to an evidence base to support the development of health promotion programming. It should be used to embed evidence-informed practices in diabetes prevention projects/programs and to provide assistance to develop projects into a best or promising practice program. The toolkit was a collaborative effort of Nutrition Connections (formerly the Nutrition Resource Centre) and the
Physical Activity Resource Centre (PARC).
September 8, 2015
Nutirition Resource Centre (NRC) and Physical Activity Resource Centre (PARC)
Community-at-large, Home, Primary Care, Recreation Centre, Workplace
Adults (18-64), Older Adults (65 and over)