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The objective of this study is to test the early effects and implementation of an enhanced community health worker (CHW) model (T1D-CATCH) that encourages and supports diabetes technology use in young adults from underrepresented minority groups (YA-URMs) with type 1 diabetes (T1D). The investigators will conduct a 6-month randomized controlled trial in which YA-URMs will be randomized toT1D-CATCH or usual care. The investigators will recruit from endocrinology and primary care practices in a large safety-net health system in the Bronx, New York. Our specific aims are to 1) evaluate T1D-CATCH effects on technology initiation and continued use over 6 months and 2) evaluate T1D-CATCH implementation using Proctor's Taxonomy of Implementation Outcomes: feasibility, adoption, fidelity, and cost.


Clinical Trial Description

The study will involve a 6-month randomized control trial of usual care versus T1D-CATCH, an intervention that enhances core community health worker (CHW) service roles to support increased use of T1D technology in young adults (underrepresented minorities)(YA_URM's). Participants will be recruited from primary and specialty care practices at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, NY, which is a large safety-net hospital system in one of the poorest counties in the U.S. Two young adult-aged CHWs from the Montefiore CHW program will be trained extensively per our Supporting Emerging Adults with Diabetes (SEAD) program manuals. For YA-URMs, CHWs will conduct hands-on diabetes technology education, goal-setting, peer support, and social service linkage. CHWs will also help shift insurance approval tasks away from busy providers and better align patient-provider priorities through close communication between the YA-URM and provider. Group sessions will be optional and will follow the YA-centric education curriculum developed in Dr. Agarwal's Supporting Emerging Adults with Diabetes (SEAD) program. ;


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NCT number NCT05211869
Study type Interventional
Source Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Contact Shivani Agarwal, MD, MPH
Phone 844-556-6683
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date October 2022
Completion date March 2025

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