- •A brief genetics educational module can enhance typical diabetes education content.
- •Knowledge of genetics of diabetes and genetic testing significantly increased.
- •Motivation to adopt healthy behaviors significantly increased after the module.
- •Participant’s interest in genetic testing appropriately decreased after the module.
- •The module was effective across a diverse group of participants.
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