Stockholm Diabetes Prevention Program (SDPP)

Principal investigator(s):

Anton Lager - Stockholm County Council, Centre for Epidemiology and Community Medicine

Abstract:

Stockholm Diabetes Prevention Programme is a population based survey in which 3128 men and 4821 women (between the ages 35-56) from five municipalities of Stockholm County Council were screened between the years 1992-1998. A follow up study was conducted about 10 years later where 76,2 percentage of the men and 69,1 percentage of women responded. 2014 about 20 years after the baseline a new follow up study started and all participants from the baseline were invited. For the participants a screening occasion includes an oral glucose tolerance test and an extensive questionnaire. The study is focusing on diabetes heredity and therefore includes all individuals with at least one first, or two second grade relatives with diabetes. Those without any diabetes in the family are also over-sampled.

Contact:

Peter Guban

Study number:

Principal investigator(s):

Anton Lager - Stockholm County Council, Centre for Epidemiology and Community Medicine

Principal organisation:

Purpose:

The objective of SDPP is to study the importance of hereditary, individual and environmental determinants of impaired glucose tolerance, diabetes and related morbidity like obesity and high blood pressure as well as consequences.

Abstract:

Stockholm Diabetes Prevention Programme is a population based survey in which 3128 men and 4821 women (between the ages 35-56) from five municipalities of Stockholm County Council were screened between the years 1992-1998. A follow up study was conducted about 10 years later where 76,2 percentage of the men and 69,1 percentage of women responded. 2014 about 20 years after the baseline a new follow up study started and all participants from the baseline were invited. For the participants a screening occasion includes an oral glucose tolerance test and an extensive questionnaire. The study is focusing on diabetes heredity and therefore includes all individuals with at least one first, or two second grade relatives with diabetes. Those without any diabetes in the family are also over-sampled.

Time period(s) investigated:

2014 — ongoing

1992 — 1998

2003 — 2006

Collection events:

1992 — 1998 (Measurements and tests)
1992 — 1998 (Self-administered questionnaire)
2003 — 2006 (Measurements and tests)
2003 — 2006 (Self-administered questionnaire)
2014 (Measurements and tests)
2014 (Self-administered questionnaire)

Geographic location:

Unit of analysis:

Time Method/Study design:

Sampling procedure:

Probability
Non-probability
Total universe/Complete enumeration
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Ethics Review Board:

Stockholm

Biobank:

Biobank is connected to the study

Dataset EXT 0259-001

Stockholm Diabetes Prevention Program (SDPP): Baseline

Description:

Stockholm Diabetes Prevention Programme is a population based survey in which 3128 men and 4821 women (between the ages 35-56) from five municipalities of Stockholm County Council were screened between the years 1992-1998.

Collection events:

1992 - 1998 (Measurements and tests)

1992 - 1998 (Self-administered questionnaire)

Time period(s) investigated:

1992 — 1998

Dataset EXT 0259-002

Stockholm Diabetes Prevention Program (SDPP): Follow up year 2003-2006

Description:

A follow up study was conducted about 10 years later where 76,2 percentage of the men and 69,1 percentage of women responded.

Collection events:

2003 - 2006 (Measurements and tests)

2003 - 2006 (Self-administered questionnaire)

Time period(s) investigated:

2003 — 2006

Dataset EXT 0259-003

Stockholm Diabetes Prevention Program (SDPP): Follow up year 2014-2017

Description:

2014 about 20 years after the baseline a new follow up study started and all participants from the baseline were invited. For the participants a screening occasion includes an oral glucose tolerance test and an extensive questionnaire.

Collection events:

2014 — ongoing (Measurements and tests)

2014 — ongoing (Self-administered questionnaire)

Time period(s) investigated:

2014 — ongoing