CHIP SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

TOP 10

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Morton, D., Rankin, P., Kent, L., & Dysinger, W. (2014). The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP): History, Evaluation, and Outcomes. A J Lifestyle Med, 10(1), 64-73.

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Rankin, P., Morton, D. P., Diehl, H., Gobble, J., Morey, P., & Chang, E. (2012). Effectiveness of a volunteerdelivered lifestyle modification program for reducing cardiovascular disease risk factors. Am J Cardiol, 109(1), 82-86. doi:10.1016/j.amjcard.2011.07.069.

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Kent, L., Morton, D., Hurlow, T., Rankin, P., Hanna, A., & Diehl, H. (2013). Long-term effectiveness of the community-based Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) lifestyle intervention: a cohort study. BMJ Open, 3(11). doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-003751.

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Shurney, D., Hyde, S., & Hulsey, K. (2012). CHIP Lifestyle Program at Vanderbilt University Demonstrates an Early ROI for Diabetic Cohort in Workplace Setting: A Case Study. Journal of Managed Care Medicine, 15(4), 5-15.

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Remy, C., Shubrook, J. H., Nakazawa, M., & Drozek, D. (2017). Employer-Funded Complete Health Improvement Program: Preliminary Results of Biomarker Changes. J Am Osteopath Assoc, 117(5), 293-300. doi:10.7556/jaoa.2017.054.

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Rankin, P., Morton, D., Kent, L., & Mitchell, B. (2016). A community-based lifestyle intervention targeting Type II Diabetes risk factors in an Australian Aboriginal population: a feasibility study. Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin, 16(3), 1-5.

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Vogelgesang, J., Drozek, D., Nakazawa, M., & Shubrook, J. H. (2015). Payer source influence on effectiveness of lifestyle medicine programs. Am J Manag Care, 21(9), e503-508.

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Morton, D. P., Kent, L., Rankin, P., Mitchell, B., Parker, K., Gobble, J., & Diehl, H. (2015). Optimizing the Intensity of Lifestyle Medicine Interventions Similar Outcomes for Half the Sessions. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, 11(3), 274-279.

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Kent, L., Morton, D., Ward, E., Rankin, P., Ferret, R., Gobble, J., & Diehl, H. A. (2015). The Influence of Religious Affiliation on Participant Responsiveness to the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) Lifestyle Intervention. Journal of religion and health, 55(5), 1561-1573.

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Kent, L., Morton, D., Manez, J. T., Manez, S. Q., Yabres, G. D., Muya, A. B., . . . Deilhl, H. A. (2015). The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) and Reduction of Chronic Disease Risk Factors in the Philippians. Asian Pac J Health Sci, 2(2), 67-75.
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