Appendix CEvidence Tables

Publication Details

List of Abbreviations

AA

African American

AIDS

Acquired immune deficiency syndrome

b/c

because

BF

breastfeeding

BMI

body mass index

BP

blood pressure

BSN

bachelor of science - Nursing

BW

body weight

CAD

Coronary artery disease

CBC

community based care

CD

cannot determine

CES

Community environmental specialists

CES-D

Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale

CG

control group

CHD

coronary heart disease

CHO

Carbohydrates

CHW(s)

community health worker(s)

CPEP

Child Parent Enrichment Program

DR

Doctor

DSM-III-R

Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 3rd edition, revised

EAG

Enhanced Anticipatory Guidance

EG

experimental group

EPC

evidence-based practice center

EPC

“enhanced” primary care

ER

emergency room

ETS

Environmental tobacco smoke

FPL

federal poverty level

FTT

Failure to thrive

g

gram

GED

general education degree

GHC

Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound

gm

gram

h

hour

HbA1c

Glycosylated (or glycated) hemoglobin

HBP

high blood pressure

HIV

Human immunodeficiency virus

HMO

Health Maintenance Organization

HS

high school

HSP

Hawaii’s Health Start Program

ht

height

HTN

hypertension

hx

history

ICD

International Classification of Diseases

IHDP

Infant Health and Development Program

IL

Illinois

ITT

intent to treat

JNC-VI

Sixth Report of Joint National Committee on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Pressure

kcal

kilocalorie

LBW

low birth weight

LDL

Low-density lipoprotein

LHA

Lay Health Advisor

MD

medical doctor; Maryland

mg/dl

milligrams/deciliter

MI

Michigan

min

minute

mmol/L

millimoles/liter

mo

month

N

number

NA

not applicable

NCM

nurse case manager

NDS

Nutrition Data System

NNT

number needed to treat

NP

nurse practitioner

NR

not reported

NS

not significant

NW

northwest

NY

New York

NYC

New York City

PCP

primary care physician

PI

principal investigator

PKU

phenylketonuria

PSI

Psychiatric Symptom Index

RCT

randomized controlled trials

REACH

Resources, Education and Care in Home

RIA

radioimmunoassay

RN

registered nurse

SBP

systolic blood pressure

SD

standard deviation

SE

standard error

SLE

stressful life events

TPV

tailored print and video

UC

usual care

VLBW

very low birth weight

WATCH

Wellness for African Americans Through Churches Project

WIC

Women, Infants, and Children

wk

week

y

year

y/o

years old

YMCA

Young Men’s Christian Association

yr

year

Evidence Table C-1. Key Questions 1, 2, and 3

Evidence Table C-2. Key Questions 1, 2, and 3: Quality RCTs

Evidence Table C-3. Key Questions 1, 2, and 3: Quality Observational

Evidence Table C-4. Key Question 4 and 4a

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