Grampian guidelines 2009 Grampian MCN meeting 27 th May 2009. Donald Pearson Consultant Diabetologist NHS Grampian Lead Clinician for Diabetes in Scotland. Research Evidence Guidelines Implementation . Evidence Guidelines Implementation Better Outcomes.
Consultant Diabetologist NHS Grampian
Lead Clinician for Diabetes in Scotland
Better OutcomesImproving the lives of people with diabetes in Grampian
Local GuidelinesImproving the lives of people with Diabetes in Grampian
NHS Boards 2006
Set realistic goals – don’t worry if the odd day is missed but try to make sure physical activity is part of everyday life
Encourage the person to select activities that they enjoy – such as walking, cycling, swimming, aerobics and gardening
Minimise sedentaryactivities, such as sitting for long periods watching television, at a computer or playing video games.
Build activity into the day – for example, get off the bus a stop earlier and walk, take the stairs instead of the lift, take a walk at lunchtime.
“ The average person with diabetes will spend 3 hours with a Healthcare Professional and will take care of themselves for the remaining 8757hours in a year”
≤ 5 mmol/l
≤ 140 mmHG
≤ 7.5 %
Diabetes Action Plan 2006
Better Diabetes Care : Consultation Document 2009
Quality Improvement Scotland 2004, 2007
Scottish Diabetes Survey 2001-9
GMC Good Medical Practice 2006