Progressing Diabetes Prevention
By looking at the whole pathway and interdependencies, this conference will share how different services have tackled the complexity of intervention programmes. Identify how to build links, align activities and share budgets and care pathways with this practical insight into how other services are connected and working as a system, rather than separately.
With the Diabetes Prevention Programme doing really well, services are now considering developing the digital provision. Featuring demos and offering hands-on experience, this is a great way to fully understand how to achieve group delivery and tailor digital platforms for your area and its needs.
Come September 2018, contracts will be in place across the whole country, so the focus of the day will be on:
- National overview: NHS England insight into referrals, uptake and participant characteristics
- Complexity of intervention programmes: embedding DPP processes and linking into the care pathways
- Intervention, prevention and retention strategies: lessons learnt from wave one and wave two sites
- Digital DPP: digital demonstrations, hands-on sessions, NHS England insight and test site experience shared
- Patient and provider perspective: how the programmes are enabling people to change their behaviour
- Community engagement and interventions: how to reach people who don’t engage with services
Offering a great opportunity to network with the services that are doing really good work, this unique day will enable Diabetes Prevention Leads, Commissioners, GPs and Specialist Nurses from SCNs, STPs, CCGs, Public Health, Community Trusts and Local Authorities to lift, share and apply best practice and digital resources.
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How to build a diabetes strategy that spans the whole pathway and across different activities
|9.00||Registration and refreshments|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks |
Robin Hewings, Head of Policy, Diabetes UK
|9.40||NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme: referrals, uptake and participant characteristics |
Engagement with the programme: current data and future plans for further development
Referral to and uptake of the programme, and equalities of access
Outcome data, are we achieving what we set out to?
Tom Newbound, National Implementation Lead, NHS Diabetes Programme Team, Operations and Information Directorate, NHS England
Complexity of intervention programmes
|10.10||How to embed DPP processes and procedures: building links on the care pathways |
Creating a diabetes strategy to span the lot from prevention to diagnosis
From discussions across the board to agreements – process revealed
Impact of working as a system rather than a separate entity
Krista Williams, Senior Quality Improvement Manager, Greater Manchester & East Cheshire Strategic Clinical Network
Intervention, prevention and retention strategies
|11.10||Panel session: Lessons learnt from wave one and wave two sites |
What has helped drive the programme? Enabling relationships, networking and IT support
Show casing innovations and best practice: what has worked in the battle for diabetes prevention?
Progressing DPP: what are the next steps in sustaining change?
Martin Cassidy, Network Quality Improvement Manager, East Midlands Clinical Network
Jenny Willson, Diabetes Prevention Programme Coordinator, Public Health and Wellbeing, West Berkshire Council (subject to availability)
Krista Williams, Senior Quality Improvement Manager, Greater Manchester & East Cheshire Strategic Clinical Network
Further panellists to be announced
Digital DPP: the next step
|12.00||Digital demonstrations: Hands-on session with the different tools|
|Through 10 minute rotations, attendees will have dedicated time with each system to find out how each tool works in practice, having the technology brought to life so they can truly understand the potential impact on their patients and service |
Insight into the use of the five systems: how to enable patients to engage
What happens when users have the ability to set and monitor goals electronically
How digital technology can reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes
Chris Edson, Chief Executive, OurPath
Dr Mark Jenkins, Medical Director, Oviva
Alex Ballantyne, Chief Commercial Officer, Liva Healthcare
Melinda Johnson, Head of Digital Health Programmes, Buddi Limited
|2.10||Overview and test site experience shared: incorporating digital delivery into diabetes prevention |
Digital potential: increasing capacity, facilitating delivery and appealing to younger people
Practicalities of implementing digital delivery of diabetes prevention
Providing an integrated face to face and digital service where patients have a choice
Diane Powell, Digital Lead, NHS Diabetes Programme Team, NHS England
Patient and provider perspective
|2.40||How the programmes are enabling people to change their behaviour |
What are the characteristics of the programmes that make a difference for people?
Completers vs non-completers and from making a difference to sustaining change
The ripple effect: impact of programmes on family and friends’ understanding and awareness
Bridget Hopwood, Programme Manager - User Engagement, NHS Diabetes Programme, Diabetes UK
Jess Croll-Knight Programme Coordinator - User Engagement, NHS Diabetes Programme, Diabetes UK
Dr Paul Chadwick, Consultant Clinical and Health Psychologist, Clinical Director, Reed Momenta, Senior Teaching Fellow, UCL Centre for Behaviour Change
Iris Fornefeld, Programme Dietitian, ICS Health & Wellbeing
Ian Winstanley, Director of Health, Ingeus
Jaine Keable, Living Well Taking Control, National Diabetes Prevention Programme
|3.50||Community interventions and how to reach people who don’t engage with services |
Understanding different communities as a provider for Diabetes Prevention Programme
Shared learning: what has been tried and failed and what has been successful?
Perspective of the patient champion: community outreach into the BME community
Ishfaq Vaja, PhD Researcher in Type 2 Diabetes, Liverpool John Moores University
Jasmin Chowdhury, Partnership Delivery Manager
|4.40||Close of day|
Featuring informative discussions and a good variation of helpful speakers and topics, this interactive conference offers an excellent combination of insightful presentations and a greater learning access to a wider network. Speakers will include:
This pricing structure applies across this conference and related events
- Early bird before Friday 27th July - £149 + VAT (NHS, Charity and Public Sector)
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Certification of Attendance
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