Programs Efficacy

Our validation is unprecedented. We have over 30 studies from throughout the world that show the efficacy and impact of our Conversation Map® programs and tools.

Example Of Efficacy

Access Healthy Interactions clinical studies and articles from throughout the world. 


  • Behavior
  • Clinical

USA · 2017

From Acorns to Oak Trees: The Development and Theoretical Underpinnings of Diabetes Conversation Map Education Tools

USA · 2017

Real Life Diabetes in an Urban Setting

USA · 2017

Developing Culturally Appropriate Educational Materials for a Rural Population in El Salvador: Application to U.S. Populations

USA · 2017

Global perspective on providing group diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES) using Conversation Map tools

USA · 2017

Using Conversation Maps to Increase Diabetes Self-management in the Minority Population

USA · 2017

Glycemic Control of Patients with Type 2 Diabetes (T2DM) in the Education Recognized Program (ERP): Patients Who Completed a Conversation Map® Program Versus Those Who Did Not but are Managed by a Primary Care Provider (PCP)

USA · 2015

Participation in the Journey to Life Conversation Map Improves Control of Hypertension, Diabetes, and Hypercholesterolemia

USA · 2014

The Utility of the U.S. Diabetes Conversation Map as an Intervention to Promote Diabetes Self-Management Adherence

USA · 2017

Feedback about Conversation Map Tools from trained facilitators in Pakistan

USA · 2016

Meta analysis of the glycemic outcomes with the use of the Conversation Map tools to deliver diabetes self-management education and support (DSME/S)

Austraila · 2013

Evaluation and Comparison of the Diabetes Conversation Maps® and the Central Gippsland Health Service

China · 2014

Feedback of Conversation Map® from 6 Hospitals in China

Germany · 2011

Impact of Conversation Map® Tools Versus Regular Care on Knowledge of Diabetes in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Randomised Controlled Study

Israel · 2013

Conversation Maps®: it’s about the destination and the journey

Israel · 2013

Conversation Map® workshops as education tools to improve glycemic control in Type 2 diabetes patients

Italy · 2010

Effectiveness of the kit Conversation Map® in the therapeutic education of diabetic people attending the Diabetes Unit in Carpi, Italy

Italy · 2014

Conversation Maps®, Effective Tool for Type 2 Diabetes Treatment

Japan · 2011

Evaluation of the Utility of Diabetes Conversation Map® in Japanese Diabetic Patients

Japan · 2012

Diabetes Conversation Map®: Assessing Patients’ Learning and Stages of Change for Self-Management by a Questionnaire

Japan · 2012

Nationwide Implementation Program of Diabetes Conversation Map® by the Japan Association of Diabetes Education and Care: Current Status and Future Perspectives

Japan · 2013

Diabetes Conversation Map® promotes understanding of diabetes and nutrition planning in dietetics students

Japan · 2012

Appropriate Facilitation of Diabetes Conversation Map® Based on the Characteristics of Japanese Diabetes Patients

Pakistan · 2013

Diabetes Conversation Map® education tools as training tool for diabetes self-management education

Pakistan · 2013

Efficacy of Conversation Map® tool as training tool in children with Type 1 diabetes

Portugal · 2014

A Patient-Centered Approach of Newly Arrived Persons to a Diabetes Clinic

Taiwan · 2014

Application of the Conversation Map™ in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus with Insulin Treatment

Taiwan · 2012

Introduce Maps to Effectively Improve the Blood Glucose Control

Taiwan · 2013

Comparing a Structured Diabetes Education Program (Conversation Map®) to Usual Care Education on Self-Management and Self-Care Behaviors in Poorly Controlled Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Taiwan · 2015

Adherence to Self-Care Behavior and Glycemic Effects Using Structured Education

UK · 2012

Evaluating the effectiveness of two diabetes education programmes for newly diagnosed Type 2 diabetes patients at NHS Bromley (DESMOND versus Conversation Map®)

UK · 2010

It’s good to talk: Using Conversation Maps® in diabetes education

USA · 2011

A Comparison of Group and Individual Education for Patients with Suboptimally Controlled T2DM: A Randomized Control Trial

USA · 2009

Utilizing Diabetes Conversation Maps® as an Interactive Reinforcement Mechanism

USA · 2015

Assessment of Group-Based Diabetes Education Using the "Continuing Your Journey with Diabetes" Conversation Map® in the Veteran Population

USA · 2013

Impact of reinforcement of diabetes self-care on poorly controlled diabetes: a randomized controlled trial

USA · 2014

Motivational Interviewing in Diabetes Education and Adherence Assessment (MiDEA)

USA · 2014

Expanding the Role of Diabetes Prevention and Control Programs in Facilitating Use of the US Diabetes Conversation Maps®

USA · 2009

Attitudes Toward Diabetes Correlates with Self-Efficacy, Clinical, and Behavioral Outcomes

USA · 2009

Meeting the Challenge of Patient-Centered Care: Diabetes Education

USA · 2010

Applying New Diabetes Teaching Tools in Health-Related Extension Programming

USA · 2009

Conversation Map® Program: Creative and Productive Patient Engagement for Diabetes Self-Management Education

USA · 2010

Group Visits Using Journey for Control and Conversation Map® as a Better Model for Improved Clinical Outcomes and Patient Satisfaction

USA · 2010

The relationship between depression and attitudes, self-efficacy, self-care, adherence, and A1c in patients with suboptimally controlled diabetes

USA · 2010

Short-term results of a randomized clinical trials diabetes education on patient empowerment and psychological attributes

USA · 2011

Adapting the Conversation Map® Education Tools to African Americans with Diabetes


Diabetes Education, Its Key Role in Diabetes Management


Education with Conversation Map Tools: Feedback from Diabetic Patients to Healthcare Professionals

Pakistan · 2015

Evaluation of Diabetes Conversation Map Education Tools for Diabetes Self-Management Education


Efficacy of Conversation Map tool "Diabetes and caring for your feet" as a Training Tool


Conversation Maps and Diabetes Education Groups: An Evaluation at an Australian Rural Health Service