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On Demand January 9, 2007

The Chronic Disease Self-Management Program: Adoption Experiences From the Field

Broadcast Date: January 9, 2007 | (2 hours, 30 minutes)


Handouts (11 pages)
Fact Sheet (7 pages)
National Council on Aging Report (54 pages)
Partners on the PATH: Replication Report (31 pages)
Florida CDSMP Practice Guidelines (14 pages)

Sample Tools and Tips

Logic Models
Living Well with Chronic Conditions (1 page)
Personal Action Toward Health (1 page)
Logic Model of Stanford CDSMP (1 page)

Implementation Tips
NCOA Important Steps (2 pages)
NCOA Tips for Recruitment (3 pages)
NCOA Leader Evaluation (1 page)

Promotional Materials
Living Well with Chronic Conditions Brochure (2 pages)
Healthier Living Brochure (2 pages)
Living a Healthy Life Program (14 pages)
NCOA Living Well Workshop (1 page)
Healthier Living Communications Plan (2 pages)
Supplemental Reference Materials (1 page)

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Post-Conference Materials

Post Broadcast Discussion Guide (3 pages)
Evaluation (1 page)

Program Overview

This broadcast is specifically designed to inform program decision makers about the supporting science, benefits and implementation essentials of the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program. CDSMP is a cost effective self-management education program that allows organizations to provide self-management support across multiple diseases and conditions. The broadcast will present the important issues for those considering adopting the program. Faculty will share their perspectives and pearls regarding the models their communities use to successfully disseminate and sustain CDSMP. 


Kate Lorig, RN, DrPH
Professor, Stanford Department of Medicine
Director, Stanford Patient Education Research Center
Palo Alto, California

Bonnie Hafner, BSN, RN
Quality Assurance Nurse
Area Agency on Aging of Western Michigan
Grand Rapids, Michigan

Laura Chisholm Saddler, MPH, CHES
Health Systems and Self-Management Coordinator
Oregon Department of Human Services
Portland, Oregon

Jane Moore, PHD, RD
Program Manager, Oregon Department of
Human Services
Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention
Portland, Oregon

Sally Hurst, BA
Rural Outreach Coordinator
Marshall University
Fayetteville, West Virginia

Muriel Guzzi
Project Manager
Chronic Disease Self-Management Program
Kaiser Permanente Regional Health Education
Pasadena, California

Target Audience

Program decision makers, their partners and potential partners, other professionals with an interest in elder health and

Contact Hours

None for this program.

Contact for Technical Assistance

Call 334-206-5618 or email ALPHTN.

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