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Counseling African Americans to Control Hypertension
NYU Dataset

Alternate Titles(s): CAATCH

UID: 10127

Author(s): Gbenga Ogedegbe, Joseph Schwartz, Jonathan N. Tobin, Senaida Fernandez, Ferdinand Zizi, Mark Butler* * Corresponding Author
Description
This dataset was generated from a 12-month two-arm cluster-randomized controlled trial, Counseling African Americans to Control Hypertension (CAATCH). The goal of the study was to evaluate the effectiveness of a multilevel, multicomponent, evidence-based intervention compared with usual care in improving blood pressure control among hypertensive blacks who receive care in community health centers. 30 community health centers were randomly assigned to the intervention group (n=15) or the usual care group (n=15). A total of 1,056 patients were enrolled in CAATCH, and patients completed face-to-face interviews with and had their blood pressure measured at baseline, six, and twelve months. Variables collected include changes in systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure from baseline to 12 months as well as change in physical activity, perfect change in weight, change in the number of daily servings of fruits and vegetables, and the proportion of participants with adequate blood pressure control at 12 months.
Timeframe
2008 - 2011
Geographic Coverage
New York (State) - New York City
Subject Domain
Keywords
Access Restrictions
Application Required
Author approval required
Access Instructions
Application to the Study Oversight Committee 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.
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Data Type
Study Type
Interventional
Dataset Format(s)
SAS, SPSS, CSV
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