Does the behavioural type-specific approach for type 2 diabetes promote changes in lifestyle? Protocol of a cluster randomised trial in Japan

@article{Adachi2017DoesTB,
  title={Does the behavioural type-specific approach for type 2 diabetes promote changes in lifestyle? Protocol of a cluster randomised trial in Japan},
  author={Misa Adachi and Kazue Yamaoka and Mariko Watanabe and Asuka Nemoto and Toshiro Tango},
  journal={BMJ Open},
  year={2017},
  volume={7}
}
Introduction Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is a significant problem, and lifestyle modifications including self-management are important. We have developed a structured individual-based lifestyle education (SILE) programme for T2D. With attention now being paid to techniques to change behaviour, we recently developed a behavioural type-specific SILE (BETSILE) programme. We aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of the BETSILE programme compared with the SILE programme for reducing glycated haemoglobin… 

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