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Peer-Delivered Cognitive Behavioral Training to Improve Functioning in Patients with Diabetes: A Cluster-Randomized Trial

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)–based programs delivered by trained community members could improve functioning and pain in individuals who lack access to such programs. We tested the effectiveness of a peer-delivered diabetes self-management program integrating CBT principles in improving physical activity, functional status, pain, quality of life (QOL), and health outcomes in individuals with diabetes and chronic pain. Read the abstract.

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