Does Length of Relationship or Gender Predict Response to Behavioral Diabetes Intervention? Generating Hypotheses From Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Tria
The purpose of the study was to determine, through secondary analysis, whether the length of a couple’s relationship and the participants’ gender are associated with glycemic response to a type 2 diabetes (T2D) behavioral couples-based intervention.
Original Publication Citation
Sandberg, J., Yorgason, J., Fisher, L., Weinstock, R., Hessler, D., Dimmock, J., & Trief, P. (2017). Does length of relationship or gender predict response to behavioral diabetes intervention? Generating hypotheses from a secondary analysis of a randomized trial. The Diabetes Educator, 43, 2, 216-222.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Sandberg, Jonathan G.; Yorgason, Jeremy; Fisher, Lawrence; Weinstock, Ruth S.; Hessler, Danielle; Dimmock, Jacqueline; and Trief, Paula M., "Does Length of Relationship or Gender Predict Response to Behavioral Diabetes Intervention? Generating Hypotheses From Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Tria" (2017). Faculty Publications. 2384.
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