Tricia Tang

Associate Professor

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Publications

  • 12- and 18- month clinical and psychosocial outcomes from a community health worker and peer leader diabetes self-management program for Latino adults with diabetes: A randomized controlled effectiveness trial. (2018)

    Diabetes Care

  • Assessing quality of life in diabetes: II – Deconstructing measures into a simple framework (2017)

    Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice

  • Diabetes Distress and Depression in South Asian Canadians with Type 2 Diabetes (2017)

    Canadian Journal of Diabetes

  • Diabetes Distress, Depression and Glycemic Control in a Canadian-Based Specialty Care Setting (2017)

    Canadian Journal of Diabetes

  • Diabetes Nurse Case Management in a Canadian Tertiary Care Setting: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial (2017)

    Canadian Journal of Diabetes

  • Examining the Support Peer Supporters Provide Using Structural Equation Modeling: Nondirective and Directive Support in Diabetes Management (2017)

    Annals of Behavioral Medicine

  • Recruitment and Retention of South Asian Ethnic Minority Populations in Behavioral Interventions to Improve Type 2 Diabetes Outcomes (2017)
  • Using Exploratory Focus Groups to Inform the Development of a Peer-Supported Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program: DIRECTIONS FOR FURTHER RESEARCH (2017)

    Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention

  • When's dinner? Does timing of dinner affect the cardiometabolic risk profiles of South‐Asian Canadians at risk for diabetes (2017)

    Diabetic Medicine

  • Assessing quality of life in diabetes: I. A practical guide to selecting the best instruments and using them wisely (2016)

    Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice

  • Immigration and dietary patterns in South Asian Canadians at risk for diabetes (2016)

    Journal of Diabetes and Its Complications

  • Contributions of Peer Support to Health, Health Care, and Prevention: Papers from Peers for Progress. (2015)

    The Annals of Family Medicine

  • Peer-Led, Empowerment-Based Approach to Self-Management Efforts in Diabetes (PLEASED): A Randomized Controlled Trial in an African American Community (2015)

    Annals of Family Medicine

  • Rethinking peer support for diabetes in Vancouver's South‐Asian community: a feasibility study (2015)

    Diabetic Medicine

  • Comparative Effectiveness of Peer Leaders and Community Health Workers in Diabetes Self-management Support: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial (2014)

    Diabetes Care

  • Impact of Patient Use of an Online Patient Portal on Diabetes Outcomes (2014)

    Canadian Journal of Diabetes

  • Outcomes of a Church-based Diabetes Prevention Program Delivered by Peers (2014)

    The Diabetes Educator

  • Real-time continuous glucose monitoring versus internet-based blood glucose monitoring in adults with type 2 diabetes: A study of treatment satisfaction (2014)

    Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice

  • A Comparison of Internet Monitoring with Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Insulin-Requiring Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (2013)

    Canadian Journal of Diabetes

  • Does a 2.5‐year self‐management education and support intervention change patterns of healthcare use in African‐American adults with Type 2 diabetes? (2013)

    Does a 2.5‐year self‐management education and support intervention change patterns of healthcare use in African‐American adults with Type 2 diabetes?

  • Evaluating a diabetes self‐management support peer leader training programme for the English‐ and Punjabi‐speaking South‐Asian community in Vancouver (2013)

    Diabetic Medicine

  • Tailoring diabetes education and care to minority patients and families. (2002)

    American Diabetes Association

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