Diabetes: References and Resources

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Social Needs Screening Tool

A set of social needs screening questions can be helpful in identifying patients' adverse social determinants of health.

(Adapted from Health Leads' Screening Toolkit.)

Southeast Ohio Foodlink


Beaver PD. Rural community in the Appalachian south. 1986, Lexington: University of Kentucky Press.

Craven M, Simons Z, de Groot M. Diabetes distress among healthcare providers: A qualitative study. Diabetes research and clinical practice 2019; 150:211-218.

de Groot M, Doyle T, Hockman E, Wheeler C, Pinkerman B, Shubrook J, et al. Depression among type 2 diabetes rural Appalachian clinic attendees. Diabetes Care 2007; 30:1602-1604.

Geisler CC. Who owns Appalachia? 1983, Lexington: University of Kentucky Press.

Jones L. Appalachian Values. 1994, Ashland, Kentucky: The Jesse Stuart 109 Foundation.

Key Findings: Health Disparities in Appalachian Ohio. Washington, DC: Appalachian Regional Commission 2017: 1-5.

McMillan SJ, Haley E, Zollman-Huggler P, Johnson Avery E, Winchenbach MG, Bell JL. Breast health education for working women in Appalachia: insights from focus group research. Cancer control : journal of the Moffitt Cancer Center 2007; 14:265-276.

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Pollard K, Jacobsen LA. The Appalachian Region: A Data Overview from the 2013-2017 American Community Survey Chartbook. Washington, DC: Appalachian Regional Commission 2019: 1-173.

Ruhil A, Johnson L, Cook K, Trainer M, Beverly EA, Olson M, et al. What Does Diabetes Look Like in our Region: A Summary of the Regional Diabetes Needs Assessment Study. Athens, OH: Ohio University’s Diabetes Institute 2017.

Sellers N, Satcher J, Comas R. Children’s occupational aspirations: Comparisons by gender, gender role identity and socioeconomic status. Professional School Counseling. 1999, 2:314-317.

Welch JB. Uneven ground: Cultural values, moral standards, and religiosity in the heart of Appalachia. In B. J. Leonard (Ed.) 1999, Christianity in Appalachia: Profiles in regional pluralism. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

Zaugg SD, Dogbey G, Collins K, Reynolds S, Batista C, Brannan G, et al. Diabetes numeracy and blood glucose control: association with type of diabetes and source of care. Clinical diabetes : a publication of the American Diabetes Association 2014; 32:152-157.