Diabetes Webex Wednesday 11 September 11am-12

September 7, 2013

Source: AQuA (login required)

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Date of course:  11th September 2013

Publication type: New story/Course ifnormation

In a nutshell: Register for this meeting to find out more about AQuA’s Diabetes Improving Outcomes Pack,  and to let you know what key findings came out of their work. It icnludes a quick on-screen tour of the pack so you can find your way around really easily.

Length of publication: 1 web page


AQuA Launches its ‘Improving Outcomes Pack for Diabetes’

July 7, 2013

Source: AQuA Newsletter June 2013 (AQuA login required for NW only)

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Follow this link to acces sthe Diabetes portal from July 2013 (AQuA login required for NW only)

Date of publication: June 2013

Publication Type: News story

In a nutshell: This resource will be launched in July 2013 and aims to provide a “one stop” resource which will save you time, it includes:

  • A report giving an overview across the pathway
  • A dashboard and a suite of specific reports for each CCG in the North West setting out the position on Diabetes and highlighting areas where improvement action could be taken
  • Improvement materials
  • Case studies
  • Patient leaflets and information
  • Relevant guidelines and standards

Some important notes: A WebEx on 25th July at 12 noon to give a tour of the pack; follow this link if you would like to register. AQuA is dedicated to improving healthcare across the NHS in the North West; follow this link to create your account.

Integrating community pharmacy into the care of people with diabetes

May 10, 2010

Source: The Royal Pharmaceutical Society

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Date of publication:  21 April 2010

Publication type:  Web page

In a nutshell: This toolkit has been produced to aid pharmacy services and local representative committees. However it may also be of interest to those commissioning pharmaceutical services and services for people with diabetes.  The web page includes links to three tools:
1. Checklist of ‘Practical Tips’ for the Development and Approval of a Pharmacy Diabetes Service Business Case
2. Implementation Checklist for Pharmacy Service Providers
3. Supporting People using Insulin Pens

Length of publication:  1 page

Acknowledgements: NHS Evidence – diabetes