Progressing Diabetes Prevention National Networking Forum
This national conference will bring the pilot, first and potential second wave sites together with the providers to share evidenced data from the first year of the Diabetes Prevention Programme. From effective engagement tools to retention and overall improvement strategies, this national platform will help all services in the prevention of type 2 diabetes.
As the NDPP is rolled out and data is collected and analysed, attend this useful day to develop a comprehensive understanding of what works and which modifications would best benefit the programme. Incorporating an update in diabetes prevention, this national conference will share how to tackle initial setbacks and develop improved prevention strategies using case study insights.
Use this opportunity to learn from the experiences of first wave sites and find out what strategies are being put in place to prepare for the national roll-out. Key focuses of this national conference are:
- Update in diabetes prevention: recognising initial challenges and successes, looking towards the next steps and case study insight into the first wave
- Tackling DPP setbacks: a closer look at pitfalls and how to overcome them, funding challenges and how to combat social and medical discord
- Developing diabetes prevention strategies: enabling a clear strategy for improvement and balancing input into the programme with outcomes
- Retaining patient engagement: engaging at-risk people prior to diagnosis, combating resistance from hard to reach communities and integrating technology as an engagement tool
Attendees from 2016 included Diabetes Prevention leads and representatives from CCGs and CSUs, Public Health, NHS Trusts, GP Partnerships, Providers and Government bodies.
Have you considered sponsoring or exhibiting at this day? If you join us in 2017, you will be able to talk directly to this audience of Diabetes Prevention professionals, build familiarity and take away leads.
If you belong to an association or network that is related to Diabetes Prevention, you could work with this National Networking Forum. We can offer your members or network a discounted rate and a link with your website here:
Please email Nichola.firstname.lastname@example.org for further details
Take a look at just some of the comments from Diabetes Prevention National Networking Forum, 2016: “Useful day, good balance between what’s happening now, and future challenges” - Public Health England * “Good understanding of what is happening in other areas of the country” - Middlesbrough Council * “Excellent networking event. Great interactive approach. Great to hear about real experience” - NHS Herefordshire CCG * “Really informative and great for networking”- NHS West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group * “Excellent, really informative and a good place to share learning, learn new things” - NHS East & North Hertfordshire CCG
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|8.20||Registration and refreshments|
|9.00||Chair's opening remarks|
Robin Hewings, Head of Policy, Diabetes UK
UPDATE IN DIABETES PREVENTION
|9.10||An update in the National Diabetes Prevention Programme from a national perspective|
What does the data show: a closer look at trends and outcomes from the past year
Effectively interpreting and understanding NDPP data: using evidence to engineer change
Building on the foundations of the DPP: using hindsight to drive forward improvements
Tom Newbound, Implementation Lead – NHS Diabetes Programme, NHS England
|9.50||Case study: DPP demonstrator site patient retention, progress and overview|
What has helped drive the programme? Enabling relationships, networking and IT support
Challenges shared: from implementation to realisation - an insight into the difficulties overcome
What are the results? Reality of patient engagement 18 months into the programme
Dr Richard Mendelsohn, Clinical Programme Lead, Simon Doble, Senior Commissioning Manager & Philomena Gales, Programme Manager, Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull NDPP, Birmingham South Central CCG
|10.20||PANEL SESSION: Diabetes prevention successes and pitfalls from the pilot and first wave sites|
Show casing innovations and best practice: what has worked in the battle for diabetes prevention?
Role of the team in implementing change, reaching out and delivering success for patients
Progressing DPP: what are the next steps for the pilot and first wave sites?
Edward Clintworth, Public Health Category Manager, West Berkshire Council
Alison White, South London DPP Co-Ordinator, South London Partnership
Pamela Thorniley, Commissioning Manager, NHS West Cheshire CCG
Kate Layton, Project Officer – Diabetes Prevention Programme, NHS Herefordshire CCG
Dr Richard Mendelsohn, Clinical Programme Lead for Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull NDPP, Birmingham South Central CCG
KEEPING DPP ON TRACK
|11.30||Combating social and medical discord: engaging clinicians in the conversation|
Social, political and medical landscapes: community leaders promoting strong messages
Patterns of behaviour: cultural norms and values, faith and different concepts of illness
Integrating sociological insight: lifestyle tendencies and behavioural impact on self-care
Haseeb Ahmad, Equality Lead, NHS Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group
|12.00||Case study insight into a GP’s role within diabetes prevention: care on the frontline|
How to engage with primary care when there are so many competing priorities
Targeting the non-compliant population: increasing access and overcoming disengagement
How effective are GPs in enabling people to lose weight and reducing the incidence of diabetes?
Dr Neel Basudev, Clinical Director Diabetes, Health Innovation Network, and GP Principal, Diabetes Lead, Lambeth CCG
|12.30||Discussion with the morning speakers|
|2.00||Identifying resistance from hard to reach, non-compliant and vulnerable populations|
Ascertaining patient groups with poor access to the DPP
Pinpointing patient groups that are less willing to participate or maintain their participation
Informing approaches to improve access for vulnerable communities and target non-compliance
Dr Will Whittaker, Senior Lecturer in Health Economics, The University of Manchester
DELIVERING THE PROGRAMMES
|2.30||PANEL SESSION: Insight into the delivery and modification of programmes|
Understanding effective programme delivery: which programmes are key to attend?
Modifications implemented: what specific features of programmes have been successful?
Sue Turton, Operations Director, Health Exchange
Dr Paul Chadwick, Consultant Clinical and Health Psychologist, Clinical Director, Reed Momenta, Senior Teaching Fellow, UCL Centre for Behaviour Change
Lindsey Wallis, Director of Health, Ingeus
|3.30||Workshop: The implementation of structured education for prevention|
Structured education for NDPP: why is it important?
Considering the barriers around the execution of SEPs and how to overcome them
A closer look at challenges, innovations and outcomes of a structured education programme
Bernie Stribling, Director DESMOND, Leicester Diabetes Centre
|4.00||Using digital technologies as a tool to monitor and engage with at risk patients|
Effectively using technology as part of diabetes prevention: understanding the benefits
Digital technologies as a way to support successful behaviour change: better, worse or the same as face-to-face?
Embedding new products into service delivery: the importance of co-design with end users
Professor Mike Trenell, Co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer, Changing Health
|4.30||Discussion with the afternoon speakers|
|4.50||Close of day|
With detailed presentations on the challenges surrounding patient retention and engagement techniques, this exciting forum will focus on improving outcomes and ensuring sustainability.
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