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Faith-based Approaches in the Treatment of Hypertension
NYU Dataset

Alternate Titles(s): FAITH

UID: 10126

Author(s): Gbenga Ogedegbe, Kristie J. Lancaster, Antoinette Schoenthaler, William Chaplin, Ferdinand Zizi, Mark Butler* * Corresponding Author
Description
This dataset was generated as part of a cluster-randomized, 2-arm trial to evaluate the effectiveness of a faith-based group-counseling therapeutic lifestyle intervention and motivational interviewed (MINT-TLC) vs. health education (HE) on black adults who attend churches in New York City. 32 churches with approximately 300 eligible adults were randomly assigned to either MINT-TLC or HE control, and data was collected at baseline, 3, 6, and 9 months. Data was collected on systolic blood pressure (SBP), diastolic blood pressure (DBP), intake of fruits and vegetables, level of physical activity and weight loss, sex, age, ethnicity, place of birth, language spoken at home, marital status, education, employment, insurance, religious affiliation, smoking, and alcohol use, National Cancer Institute Perfect Energy from Fat Screener, self-efficacy and intrinsic motivation for physical activity and fruits and vegetables, Charlson Comorbidity Index, Spiritual Locus of Control, Perceived Stress, Quality of Life (12-item Short-Form Health Survey), Patient Health Questionnaire 8-item Depression Scale, Medical Outcomes Study Social Support Survey, Hope Scale, and Morisky Medication Adherence Questionnaire, and waist circumference. MINT-TLC treatment included twelve 90-minute weekly group session followed by three monthly individual MINT sessions while the HE treatment consisted of eleven 90-minute group sessions for health education.
Timeframe
2010 - 2014
Geographic Coverage
New York (State) - New York City
Subject Domain
Population Age
Adult (19 years - 64 years)
Senior (65 years - 79 years)
Aged (80 years and over)
Keywords
Access Restrictions
Application Required
Author approval required
Access Instructions
Application to the Study Oversight Committ is required in order to access the data, using the CHBC Manuscript Proposal Form.. By submitting a proposal, application agree to (1) gain approval from the CHBC for all concepts, data analyses, professional presentations, and publications resulting from CHBC's data; (2) abide by specified authorship guidelines; (3) Agree to submit a copy of the syntax and output of your analyses to be verified by CHBC statisticians prior to publication; and (4) agree to have the manuscript removed if you fail to abide by the established deadline for manuscript completion.
Associated Publications
Data Type
Study Type
Interventional
Dataset Format(s)
SAS, SPSS, CSV
Grant Support
Other Resources
Clinical Trial

NCT01065831