A complete listing of CHIP scientific articles

1.  Body Mass Index Change as a Predictor of Biometric Changes following an Intensive Lifestyle Modification Program

<2019> Accepted on March 6, 2019 for publication in Advances in Preventive Medicine. (Drozek D, DeFabio A, Amstadt R, Dogbey GY)

2. Effect of Participation with Accompanying Household Member in the Complete Health Improvement Program in Appalachia

Advances in Preventive Medicine, Jan 2019, doi:10.1155/2019/9648926. (Kotekal D, Worley M, Patel H, Jensen L, Dogbey G, Drozek D)

3. HDL subfraction changes with a low-fat, plant-based Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP)

<2018> Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Research; 27(5):1002-1. (Kent LM, Grant RG, Watts G, Morton DP, Rankin PM, Ward EJ.)

4. Employer-Funded Complete Health Improvement Program: Preliminary Results of Biomarker Changes

<2017> J Am Osteopath Assoc, 117(5), 293-300. doi:10.7556/jaoa.2017.054. (Remy C, Shubrook JH, Nakazawa M, Drozek D)

5. Effectiveness of the Complete Health Improvement Program in Reducing Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease in an Appalachian Population

<2016> J Am Osteopath Assoc, February 2016, Vol. 116, 84-91. doi:10.7556/jaoa.2016.020. (Leibold C, Shubrook J, Nakazawa M, Drozek D)

6. A community-based lifestyle intervention targeting Type II Diabetes risk factors in an Australian Aboriginal population: a feasibility study

<2016> HealthBulletin, 16(3), 1-5. (Rankin P, Morton D, Kent L, Mitchell B)

7. ‘Live more’: Study protocol for a community-based lifestyle education program addressing non-communicable diseases in low-literacy areas of the South Pacific

<2015> BMC Public Health, 15:1221-1228. DOI:10.1186/s12889-015-2560-1. (Kent LM, Reierson P, Morton DP)

8. Payer Source Influence on Effectiveness of Lifestyle Medicine Programs

<2015> Am J Manag Care, 21(9), e503-508. (Vogelgesang J, Drozek D, Nakazawa M, Shubrook JH)

9. Optimizing the Intensity of Lifestyle Medicine Interventions: Similar Outcomes for Half the Sessions

<2015> Am J Lifestyle Med, 11(3), 274-279; DOI:10.1177/1559827615612420. (Morton DP, Kent L, Rankin P, Mitchell B, Parker K, Gobble J, Diehl HA)

10. The influence of Religious Affiliation on Participant Responsiveness to the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) Lifestyle Intervention

<2015> Journal of Religion and Health, 55(5), 1561-1573; DOI:10.1007/s10943-015-0141-3. (Kent L, Morton D, Ward E, Rankin P, Ferret R, Gobble J, Diehl HA)

11. The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) and Reduction of Chronic Disease Risk Factors in the Philippines

<2015> Asian Pac J Health Sci, 2(2), 67-75. (Kent L, Morton D, Manez JT, Manez SQ, Yabres GD, Muya AB, Diehl HA)

12. Short-Term Effectiveness of a Lifestyle Intervention Program for Reducing Selected Chronic Disease Risk Factors in Individuals Living in Rural Appalachia: A Pilot Cohort Study

<2014> Advances in Preventive Medicine, Vol. 2014, Article ID 798184, 7 pages, 2014. doi:10.1155/2014/798184. (Drozek D, Diehl HA, Nakazawa M, Kostohryz T, Morton D, Shubrook JH)

13. The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) and Reduction of Chronic Disease Risk factors in Canada

<2014> Can J Diet Pract Res, 75(2), 72-77. doi:10.3148/75.2.2014.72. (Morton D, Rankin P, Kent L, Sokolies R, Dysinger W, Gobble J, Diehl H)

14. Gender differences in the effectiveness of the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) lifestyle intervention: an Australasian study

<2014> Health Promot J Austr, 25(3), 222-229. doi:10.1071/HE14041. (Kent LM, Morton DP, (Rankin PM, Mitchell BG, Chang E, Diehl H)

16. The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP): History, Evaluation, and Outcomes

<2014> Am Jrl Lifestyle Med, 10(1), 64-73. (Morton D, Rankin P, Kent L, Dysinger W.)

17. Long-term effectiveness of the community-based Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) lifestyle intervention: a cohort study

<2013> BMJ Open, 3(11). doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-003751. (Kent L, Morton D, Hurlow T, Rankin P, Hanna A, Diehl H)

18. The effectiveness of the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) in Australasia for reducing selected chronic disease risk factors: a feasibility study

<2013> N Z Med J, 126(1370), 43-54. (Morton D, Rankin P, Morey P, Kent L, Hurlow T, Chang E, Diehl HA)

19. The effect of a low-fat, plant-based lifestyle intervention (CHIP) on serum HDL levels and the implications for metabolic syndrome status — a cohort study

<2013> Nutr Metab (Lond), 10(1), 58. (Kent L, Morton D, Rankin P, Ward E, Grant R, Gobble J, Diehl H)

20. Effectiveness of a Volunteer-Delivered Lifestyle Modification Program for Reducing Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors

<2012> Am J Cardiol, 109(1), 82-86. doi:10.1016/j.amjcard.2011.07.069. (Rankin P, Morton DP, Diehl H, Gobble J, Morey P, Chang E)

21. CHIP Lifestyle Program at Vanderbilt University Demonstrates an Early ROI for a Diabetic Cohort in Workplace Setting: A Case Study

<2012> J Manag Care Med, 15(4), 5-15. (Shurney D, Hyde S, Hulsey K. 2012.

22. The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) as a lifestyle intervention for the prevention, management and treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus

<2012> Diabetes Manag J, 41(Dec), 26-27. (Morton D)

23. The Effects of Lifestyle Modification on Glycemic Levels and Medication Intake: The Rockford CHIP

<2012> In O. Capelli (Ed.), Primary Care at a Glance– Hot Topics and New Insights. Online: InTech. (Englert HS, Diehl HA, Greenlaw RL, Aldana S)

25. The Coronary Health Improvement Project (CHIP) for lowering weight and improving psychosocial health

<2011> Psychol Rep, 109(1), 338-352. (Thieszen CL, Merrill RM, Aldana SG, Diehl HA, Mahoney ML, Greenlaw RL., Englert H)

27. Coronary Health Improvement Project (CHIP) is associated with improved nutrient intake and decreased depression

<2008> Nutrition, 24(4), 314-321. (Merrill RM, Taylor P, Aldana SG)

28. Cardiovascular risk reduction and factors influencing loss to follow-up in the coronary health improvement project

<2008> Med Sci Monit, 14(4), PH17-25. doi:850307 [pii]. (Merrill RM, Aldana SG)

29. The Coronary Health Improvement Projects Impact on Lowering Eating, Sleep, Stress, and Depressive Disorders

<2008> Am J Health Ed, 39(6), 337-344. (Merrill RM, Aldana SG, Greenlaw RL, Diehl HA)

30. Can Newly Acquired Healthy Behaviours Persist? An Analysis of Health Behaviour Decay

<2008> Prev Chronic Dis, 5(1): A13-28. (Merrill RM, Aldana SG, Greenlaw RL, Diehl HA, Salberg A, Englert H)

31. C-reactive protein levels according to physical activity and body weight for participants in the coronary health improvement project

<2008> Prev Med, 46, 425-430. (Merrill RM, Massey MT, Aldana SG, Greenlaw RL, Diehl HA, Salberg A)

33. The effects of an intensive lifestyle modification program on sleep and stress disorders

<2007> J Nutr Health Aging, 11(3), 242-248. (Merrill RM, Aldana SG, Greenlaw RL, Diehl HA, Salberg A)

35. The Behavioural and Clinical Effects of Therapeutic Lifestyle Change on Middle-aged Adults

<2006> Prev Chronic Dis, 3(1): A05-18. (Aldana S, Greenlaw R, Diehl H, Salberg A, Merrill R, Ohmine S, Thomas C)

36. Effects of an Intensive Diet and Physical Activity Modification Program on the Health Risks of Adults

<2005> J Am Diet Assoc, 105(3), 371-381. doi:S0002822304018498 [pii]. (Aldana SG, Greenlaw RL, Diehl HA, Salberg A, Merrill RM, Ohmine S, Thomas C)

38. Rationale and design of the Rockford CHIP, a community-based coronary risk reduction program: results of pilot phase

<2004> Prev Med ed, 38, 432-441. (Englert, HS, Diehl HA, Greenlaw RL)

40. Impact of the Coronary Health Improvement Project (CHIP) on Several Employee Populations

<2002> J Occup Environ Med, 44(9), 831-839. (Aldana, SG, Greenlaw R, Diehl HA, Englert H, Jackson R)

41. Coronary Risk Reduction Through intensive Community-based Lifestyle Intervention: The CHIP Experience

<1998> Am J Cardiol, 82, 83-87T.(Diehl HA)