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Through our networks we promote local diabetes voices. We know the NHS is full of people working tirelessly to improve diabetes care. Through our networks we help to bridge the gap between national priorities into local action, and provide a vital local voice for diabetes champions across England.
Our networks bring people together to share ideas and good practice, drive forward service improvements. There are lots of benefits of being an active network member:
- Develop a better understanding of national priorities and national diabetes strategy
- Share resources, ideas and learning from across your regional and clinical area
- Get access to, and offer, peer support
- Know that you are tied into a central, authoritative source of information on diabetes care
You can find out more about each of our networks below:
Our Footcare Network is evidence-based and supports best practice.
|Our Inpatient Network is working to turn the learning from our inpatient audits into service improvements.|
|Our Insulin Pump Network is rapidly developing that helps promote the appropriate use of insulin pumps.|
|Our Older People Network is underpinned by a comprehensive web resource.|
|Our Paediatric Network works to achieve consistent service specifications, delivery and support.|
|Our Pregnancy Network is building links with key stakeholders across the country to share learning and increase innovation.|
- Implementing Local Diabetes Networks, Jan 2013 (PDF 541.2KB)
- Audit to Action: How could a network approach support diabetes teams to make change happen? December 2012 (PDF 963.9KB)
- East of England Paediatric Diabetes Network Resource Pack, October 2012 (PDF 5.8MB) / Measuring carbs using scales (PDF 741.8KB) /Measuring carbs using food labels (PDF 223.2KB)