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Introducing the QTAC Digest

We are pleased to announce the first publication of our new bi-weekly newsletter, the QTAC Digest. The QTAC Digest will serve as a platform for celebrating and recognizing the wonderful accomplishments of our statewide and national partners.

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Increasing Completion of CDSME Workshops

The National Council on Aging provides 7 strategies for increasing the rate of Chronic Disease Self-Management Education workshop completion.

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Join the Compass Physician Portal

Diabetes costs the US $300 billion a year. Physicians have a crucial role to play in Diabetes Prevention.

For more information about the Compass Physician Portal

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Explore Our Programs

Learn more about the Evidence-Based and Research Tested Health Programs we support!

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Find Your Workshop

Use your zip-code to discover workshops in your area, and enroll today to get started!

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Compass by QTAC-NY

Learn more about Compass, our project and data management tool available to Partners of QTAC-NY.

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Partner With Us

Link your organization to an integrated, evidence-based, self-management prevention program network!

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Why Evidence Based Health Programs Matter

Evidence-based programs encourage adults to take an active role in their health. All the programs QTAC-NY promotes are developed through research and proven to be successful. These programs support the prevention/self-management of chronic disease, healthy lifestyles, and fall prevention.

Stanford Self-Management Program

Learn skills needed in the day-to-day management of ongoing health conditions.

National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP)

Make small lifestyle changes to reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Falls Prevention Programs

Workshops designed to help older adults reduce their risk for a fall.

Physical Activity Programs

Inspiration to help you increase your daily physical activity.

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