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The DIPLOMA PPI group, led by Dr Caroline Sanders, produced this engaging video as a simple way to describe the Healthier You national Diabetes Prevention Programme and the work we’re doing at the DIPLOMA team to evaluate its results. For more information visit our project page at https://www.clahrc-gm.nihr.ac.uk/projects/diploma-evaluation-national-nhs-diabetes-prevention-programme
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