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Having choice matters to people taking part in the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme

People taking part in the Healthier You: NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (NHS DPP) value choice.

That's according to a survey carried out earlier this year which asked people at risk of type 2 diabetes to share what's important when taking part in the programme. 

Around 450 people at risk of type 2 diabetes took part in the survey by Diabetes UK and NHS England. The purpose of the survey was to understand what people want from the 'Healthier You' programme in the future. 

Those who took part were asked to share their views on a range of topics. These included the best way to take part in the programme and how they would prefer to be supported whilst on it.        

You can find out more about what people wanted from the programme, who took part and how the survey was delivered by reading the full summary report of the 'Discovery Exercise'.   

Read the full summary report (Word 1.57MB)

The Healthier You programme is an evidence-based lifestyle and behaviour change programme. It helps  people at high risk of type 2 diabetes to reduce their risk of developing type 2 diabetes through support to manage their weight (where appropriate), eat more healthily and be more physically active.

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