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Diabetes Professional Care
15-16 November 2023, Olympia London

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NHS DPP Data Dashboard: Enabling Data-Driven Decisions to Improve Access and Address Health Inequalities

15 Nov 2023
NHS Park

The Healthier You NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (NHS DPP) identifies and refers people at risk of developing type 2 diabetes into a nine-month, sustainable lifestyle change programme. Participants receive personalised support with practical tools and advice on healthy eating and lifestyle, increasing physical activity and weight management, all of which have been proven to reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Over 1.3 million referrals have been made into the programme to date.


In this session Alistair Stobbart, Project Manager in the NHS England Diabetes Programme, will provide an overview of the NHS DPP Data Dashboard. The dashboard utilises the wealth of data that the NHS DPP collects and puts key information in the hands of Regional and ICS Programme Leads, supporting them to make data-driven decisions to address health inequalities and support their populations with preventing type 2 diabetes. The session will cover the aims of the dashboard, it’s features and functionality, and how it is being used by Regional and ICB Programme Leads across England.

Elaine Dooler, Project Manager in the Long Term Conditions and Personalisation Function, West Yorkshire ICB, will show how the dashboard is being used in Wakefield as part of the Scale and Spread NHS DPP Project. The project aims to improve uptake to the NHS DPP, particularly in areas of high deprivation, by empowering PCN Champions to have informed personalised care discussions with people who are eligible for referral.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Learn about the NHS DPP Data Dashboard and why it has been developed.
  • Learn about the features and functionality of the NHS DPP Data Dashboard.
  • Learn how the NHS DPP Data Dashboard is being used in NHS England Regions and ICBs around England to support their populations with preventing type 2 diabetes.
  • Learn how the dashboard is being used in Wakefield as part of the Scale and Spread NHS DPP Project to improve access to the programme.
Speakers
Alistair Stobbart, Project Manager - NHS England Diabetes Programme
Elaine Dooler, Long Term Conditions and Personalisation Project Manager - West Yorkshire Integrated Care Board

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