This focuses on our Diabetes Improvement Collaborative and our new Type 1 consultation tool (T1C).
Improving the management of unscheduled care by developing pathways for the management of hypoglycaemia care in the community
Improving access to structured education and related support for self-management
Improve the care and treatment of people with diabetic retinopathy by sharing test results between care settings.
A mix of London Ambulance Service (LAS) operational road staff, managers and control room staff attended an educational session led by the Health Innovation Network with the aim of better understanding the importance of referring patients back to their GPs who had suffered a hypoglycaemic episode
The Health Innovation Network has worked with South London partners and people living with diabetes to produce and launch a new toolkit, Right Insulin, Right Time, Right Dose for Type 2 diabetes.
The Health Innovation Network is running a one year study on VTE prevention in hospitals.