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Peer Review for Paediatric Diabetes. Ruth Bridgeman. The New Health Environment. Benefits of Peer Review. Provision of disease specific information across the country together with information about individual teams which has been externally validated Provision of benchmark data

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Benefits of peer review
Benefits of Peer Review

  • Provision of disease specific information across the country together with information about individual teams which has been externally validated

  • Provision of benchmark data

  • Provision of a catalyst for change and service improvement

  • Identification and resolution of immediate risks to patients and or staff

  • Engagement of a substantial number of front line clinicians in reviews


Benefits of peer review1
Benefits of Peer Review

  • Clinical support for a peer review

  • Enabled rapid sharing of learning between clinicians, as well as a better understanding of :

    • Commissioning Services for Children and Young People with Diabetes

    • Delivering the Diabetes National Service Framework


Measures
Measures

Methodology – Developed by a small expert group

  • Fiona Campbell / Philip Holland

  • Ian Manifold, Ruth Bridgeman and James Heasman

    Developmental

  • Unlikely to achieve 100% in the first round of review

  • Opportunity to test with the pilot

  • Looking to share good practice

    Organisational Approach

  • Network Level

  • Hospital Level

  • MDT Level


Measures1
Measures

D11-1A-100– CYPDN MEASURES


Measures2
Measures

D11-1D-100–HOSPITAL MEASURES FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE DIABETES SERVICES


M easures
Measures

D11-2A-100–CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE DIABETES MDT MEASURES


Handbook
Handbook

  • This is the key document

  • Explains the processes to be used for the pilot


Visit programme
Visit Programme

Agree Pilot Visits

  • Network Visit

  • Calderdale

  • Bradford

  • Hull

    Agree Dates

  • 28 March – Hull

  • 29 March – Calderdale

  • 30 March – Bradford

  • Network Visit to be confirmed


Visit programme1
Visit Programme

  • Letter’s to confirm visit to go the CEOs

  • Self Assessment deadlines

    18 March 2011

  • Pre visits

    1st 2nd 3nd March – if requested

  • Visits

    • 28 March – Hull

    • 29 March – Calderdale

    • 30 March – Bradford

    • Network Visit to be confirmed


Evaluation of the pilot programme
Evaluation of the pilot Programme

  • Report by the Quality Manager

    • Details of the outcomes of the pilot

    • Evaluation of the pilot

    • Recommended next steps


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