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4 Sept 2012
September launch for diabetes inpatient audit
The National Diabetes Inpatient Audit (NaDIA) will take place during the week commencing 17th September 2012.
Packs are due to be sent out on 3rd September to the hospital teams taking part. NHS Diabetes launched the national bedside survey of diabetes patients in hospitals across England in 2009. The audit was handed over to the NHS Information Centre for Health and Social Care in 2011 to be part of the National Diabetes Audit.
To help prepare the hospitals, last month NHS Diabetes ran the first national Hypo Awareness Week between 13th and 19th August to publicise the dangers of hypoglycaemia. The National Diabetes Inpatient Audit has consistently found that 15 per cent of inpatients have diabetes and almost a quarter of them experience a hypo while in hospital.
More information about the diabetes inpatient audit can be found on the NHS Information Centre website.