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As sugary beverages continue to contribute to negative health outcomes, there remains a need for efficient, effective patient education in this area. A custom, interactive and reflective web-based module on sugary beverages for adult participants (n=42) was introduced at a rural Vermont outpatient clinic. Built-in quizzes evaluated learning through a pre and post-intervention design. On average, participants improved significantly from a pre-module mean score of 3.00 to a post-module score of 4.33 (p<0.0001). Additionally, participants' average rating of the module's effectiveness was 8.3 out of 10. A module-based approach may be one efficacious solution to improve patient education on sugary beverage consumption.
St Johnsbury Community Health Center
Vermont, patient education, sugary beverages, module, active learning, rural
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Tsai, Matt, "Patient Education on Sweetened Beverages: an Interactive and Module-based Approach" (2019). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 517.