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17 Sept 2012
New paediatric diabetes network coordinator evaluation report released
NHS Diabetes is delighted to announce the release of a new report from our Research and Evaluation team: 'Evaluating the role and perceived impact of the Regional Paediatric Diabetes Network Coordinator in Yorkshire and the Humber' (PDF 2.4MB) . The report is the fourth and final case study in the series evaluating the work of the paediatric network coordinators.
NHS Diabetes has developed and funded a programme of work to improve equity of care and service delivery for children and young people. As a result, each NHS region now has a dedicated paediatric diabetes network. The networks offer support to healthcare professionals working with children and young people with diabetes by providing opportunities for shared learning and good practice. To support each network, NHS Diabetes has funded nine regional paediatric network coordinators (PNCos).
The report describes how the network coordinator post has helped the Yorkshire and the Humber Paediatric Diabetes Network deliver its objectives by providing effective and efficient administrative and communication support, and by facilitating discussions between the network and key internal and external stakeholders. The role has been the driver for many projects and has helped maintain the momentum of several network activities, ensuring outcomes are delivered in a timely manner.
An overarching report summarising the key findings from these four case studies is due at the end of October 2012.