Using web-based familial risk information for diabetes prevention: a randomized controlled trial

BMC Public Health
Miranda WijdenesDanielle R M Timmermans

Abstract

It has been suggested that family history information may be effective in motivating people to adopt health promoting behaviour. The aim was to determine if diabetic familial risk information by using a web-based tool leads to improved self-reported risk-reducing behaviour among individuals with a diabetic family history, without causing false reassurance among those without a family history. An online sample of 1,174 healthy adults aged 35-65 years with a BMI ≥ 25 was randomized into two groups receiving an online diabetes risk assessment. Both arms received general tailored diabetes prevention information, whilst the intervention arm also received familial risk information after completing a detailed family history questionnaire. Separate analysis was performed for four groups (family history group: 286 control versus 288 intervention group; no family history: 269 control versus 266 intervention group). Primary outcomes were self-reported behavioural outcomes: fat intake, physical activity, and attitudes towards diabetes testing. Secondary outcomes were illness and risk perceptions. For individuals at familial risk there was no overall intervention effect on risk-reducing behaviour after three months, except for a decrease in...Continue Reading

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