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Welcome to the Brent Intermediate Diabetes Care Services Launch. 10th May 2006 Clay Oven , Wembley. Brent Diabetes Services. Dr. Senan Devendra MD MRCP Consultant in Endocrinology & Integrated Diabetes Care Brent tPCT & Central Middlesex Hospital. The Team. Claire Lawler

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Welcome to the Brent Intermediate Diabetes Care Services Launch

10th May 2006

Clay Oven , Wembley

brent diabetes services

Brent Diabetes Services

Dr. Senan Devendra MD MRCP

Consultant in Endocrinology & Integrated Diabetes Care

Brent tPCT & Central Middlesex Hospital

the team
The Team
  • Claire Lawler
  • Nina Patel, Julia Anthony & Lucy Ogida (DSN’s)
  • Sala Salih & Camelia Kirollos (Diabetes Edu. Network)
  • Salma Butt, Helen Davies & Farhat Hamid (dietetics)
  • Rakhee, Gaytree & E. Shillingford (podiatry)
  • Leena Sevak & Maggie McClelland (pathway managers)
  • Rowland Hughes (DPAG chair)
  • Silvia Sedeghian & G.Vafidis(retinal screening)
  • Ricky Banarsee & Azeem Majid (Imperial - research)
  • Kirsten Darylmple (Imperial – education faculty)
  • JKC – too many to mention
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Diabetes SPA total referrals per locality (according to GP post code)20.02.06 – 26.04.06 total = 207 x £241= £50,000
brent diabetes services8
Brent Diabetes Services
  • Clinical support: MDT approach

- Intermediate care clinics

- Email consultations

- Liaising with District Nurses/out of hours

- Up-skilling Primary Care colleagues

- Telephone support clinics for patients

brent diabetes services9
Brent Diabetes Services
  • Education: MDT approach

- patient education

- health care professional education

  • Research & Audit
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100 years of hormones

Photo Courtesy of Prof. G.Williams

Dean of Medicine, Univ. of Bristol

expected standard of care microalbuminuria pathway
Expected Standard of Care& Microalbuminuria Pathway

Dr Encarna Fernandez

Diabetes GPWSI – Kilburn Locality

weight management in diabetes intermediate care

Weight Management in Diabetes Intermediate Care

By Helen Davies & Salma Butt

Specialist Diabetes Dietitians

the business case
The business case !
  • Type 2 DM – overweight at diagnosis
  • Av. BMI = 28-29
  • Relationship with macrovascular disease
  • Weight loss associated with survival
  • Does weight need to be managed “differently” in DM
current services
Current services
  • Diabetes education sessions
  • MDT intermediate care clinics
  • Fit for Life programme
  • Obesity clinic at Central Middx
mdt intermediate care clinic
MDT intermediate care clinic
  • Initial assessment
  • Readiness to change
  • Brent options
  • Refer to pathway

(enclosed in conference pack)

fit for life
Fit for Life
  • 12 week weight management programme
  • Nutrition education + exercise
  • Group support
  • Referral through Diabetes SPA
obesity clinic at cmh
Obesity clinic at CMH
  • Patients with complications/poor control + maximum oral therapy
  • Failed at Intermediate care clinic
  • Intensive weight management advice
  • Long term support if necessary
  • Bariatric surgery
new package of care for improving glycaemic control in primary care

New package of care for improving Glycaemic control in primary care

Nina Patel

DSN Brent tPCT

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AIM
  • To provide focused intensive input to improve HbA1c with a clear supportive plan and exit strategy
referral criteria
Referral criteria
  • Patient on maximum doses of oral hypoglycaemic

(see protocol for the use of oral hypoglycaemic agents*)

  • HbA1c > 8 % (age < 75)

*www.brentpct.nhs.uk

where will the patient be seen
Where will the patient be seen?

DSN clinic in own locality

  • Kilburn Kilburn Square clinic
  • Wembley WembleyWCHC
  • Willesden Willesden CHC
  • Kingsbury Chalkhill Health Centre
  • Harlesden Monks Park CHC
first review consultation 1
First Review – Consultation 1
  • Patient considered for education session
  • Medication review – address compliance
  • Dietetic assessment – weight management pathway
  • Assessment of motivation, health beliefs, readiness to change
  • Set realistic goals
  • Obtain a contract with agreed roles of DSN and patient (minimum 1.5% HbA1c reduction by 3 months)
  • Start Blood glucose monitoring
  • Insulin discussed or started
consultation 2 2 to 3 wks post visit 1
Consultation 2:(2 to 3 wks post visit 1)
  • Assess blood glucose results
  • If not started, start insulin e.g. once daily long-acting or twice daily mix. Insulin

(this can be done with practice nurse/ district nurse)

  • Given algorithm to follow
  • Address weight gain issue with insulin

Titration of insulin doses over telephone with daily or weekly contact.

consultation 3 4 to 6 weeks post visit 1
Weight check/ WC

Blood glucose control

BP

Injection sites

Management of pen device.

Hypo’s

Consider prandial insulin

Titration of insulin doses over telephone with daily or weekly contact.

Also consider

Orlistat/Sibutramine

Weight management clinic

Exercise classes

Patient support group

Expert patient course

Consultation 3: (4 to 6 weeks post visit 1)
consultation 4 3 month review
Consultation 4: 3 month review
  • Check HbA1c (1 week before appointment)
  • Further titration of insulin
  • Add pre-meal soluble insulin
  • Check weight gain/WC & dietitian review
  • Titration of insulin doses over telephone with daily or weekly contact.
exit strategy
Exit strategy
  • Hba1c less than 7.5% (or desired goal achieved) return to the care of GP and Practice nurse.
  • Maintain regular contact (telephone of link DSN or Diabetes SPA given)
  • If HbA1c goal not achieved – consider other options (eg. restart package of care, JKC - insulin pump therapy, novel therapeutic agents)
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Joint British Societies Guidelines 2 on prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Clinical Practice (JBS2):implications for Brent

Dr. Joan St John

Gpwsi Diabetes

Wembley Locality

introduction
Introduction
  • How will the new guidelines affect the management of people with diabetes in Brent
  • What are the workforce and cost implications
  • What is the most effective way to implement the new guidelines ?
jbs 2 2005
JBS – 2 2005

High risk patients

  • Established athero-sclerotic disease
  • 1ry prevention CVD risk >20%
  • Diabetics

ALSO elevated risk due to a single risk factor

BP >160/ >100 (or less if target organ damage)

Elevated TC: HDL >6 or FH of hyperlipidaemia

jbs 2 targets for high risk patients
JBS-2 targets for high risk patients

Total cholesterol <4

(25% reduction)

LDL-cholesterol <2

(30% reduction)

next steps
Next Steps
  • What is the most effective way to implement the new guidelines ? In Primary care or Intermediary care
  • Guidelines for Titration of Simvastatin or
  • Trying to treat to target with one drug one visit
highest risk group diabetes one of the following
“Highest” Risk Group ( Diabetes + one of the following)
  • Previous CV event
  • Peripheral Vascular disease
  • Family history of Premature (<60yrs) death from IHD
  • Renal Impairment (eGFR < 60)
  • Micro-albuminuric patients
treatment pathway for high risk group
Treatment Pathway for High Risk Group

CHOLESTEROL < 5.5 OR LDL < 3.8 CHOLESTEROL > 5.5 OR LDL >3.8

Start Simvastatin 20mg Start Atorvastatin 20mg (titrate to 80mg)

to 40mg if needed to achieve target or Rosuvastatin 10mg od

Target:

T. Cholesterol = 4

LDL = 2

Law, BMJ 2003

diabetes education network dr camelia kirollos associate specialist central middlesex hospital
Diabetes Education

Network

Dr Camelia Kirollos

Associate Specialist

Central Middlesex Hospital

* Please refer to handout for details

diabetes education network
Diabetes Education Network
  • Professionals’ Education
  • Nurses: Practice nurses, District nurses, Twilight nurses, Residential homes, Nursing Homes
  • Doctors: GPs, GPwSI, Hospital Doctors
  • Health care Assistants
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Diabetes Education Network
  • Patients’ Education

Short courses - 2 days

Long courses 6 weeks

Tailored Ethnic or Cultural courses

Eg. For Pakistani, Gujarati Communities

patients self management courses
Patients’ self-management courses
  • DAFNE: For Type 1 Diabetes (since 2002)

Alternate Months at JKDC (CMH)

Available soon in intermediate care

  • DESMOND: For newly diagnosed Type 2 Diabetes (NSF requirement)
dafne improvement lasts
DAFNE Improvement lasts

30

9

25

HbA1c (%)

20

8

Severe hypoglycemia

per 100 pt y

15

10

7

5

6

0

0

1

2

3

6

Years of follow-up

certificate in diabetes care warwick courses
Certificate in Diabetes Care: Warwick Courses
  • Warwick Diabetes care
    • Run twice a year: February and September
  • Includes 4 units (Each is a whole day)
      • Understanding Diabetes
      • Therapeutic Options
      • Preventing & Managing Complications
      • Life Times
consultant led seminars
Consultant led seminars
  • Insulin for life programme (Insulin initiation)
  • MERIT (Insulin initiation)
  • Consultant notes review service

(eg. HbA1c >7.5%)

educational needs
Educational Needs
  • The network needs to extend and invite the front line workers:
    • Eg: Health care assistants
    • Twilight nurses
    • Pharmacist in the community and hospitals
    • Local initiatives for day release education.
    • Courses for Hospital staff.
    • Junior Doctors programmed trained.
competency skills a mandatory requirement

Competency & Skills“A Mandatory Requirement ”

Ram Dhillon FRCS

Consultant Surgeon, Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow

Hon. Professor, Middlesex University, London

National Clinical Lead, Elective Care Team

(m): 07 958 450 544

(e): ram.dhillon@talk21.com

no mans land locus of demand need for capacity competency skills
2nd OpinionNo Mans Land(Locus of Demand & Need for Capacity, Competency & Skills)

No Mans Land

Intermediate Tier Level Care

Home to: (PwSIs) GPwSIs, NwSIs, AHPwSIs

what is fundamental for acquisition of competency skills
What is Fundamentalfor Acquisition of Competency & Skills
  • Knowledge & Skills
  • Knowledge & Skills
  • Knowledge & Skills
  • Knowledge & Skills

Adequate Training & Accreditation

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Clinical activity *

Local mentoring *

Directed learning *

SEM

M1

M2

M3

SEM

EX

Middlesex University, London

Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP)

Clinical Case Studies *

Seminars #

(lectures, practical skills)

OSCE #

VIVAS #

A Model for Competency/Skills Training & Accreditation in Respiratory Medicine for Primary Care ( Dr Vincent Mak & Prof. Ram Dhillon)
  • NB. Further details on Postgraduate Training for Special Interests : www.pgdip.com

PGCert

REGn

+

CPD

pwsis with special interests competent skilled potential effects
NSFs

Demand

Capacity

Access

Integrate 1*/2*

Retention/Recruitment

Clinical Pathways

Clinical Governance

Community Care

Cost-Effective Care

PwSIswithSpecial Interests ( competent & skilled)Potential effects
questions

Questions?

gm.e.diabetes.bre-pct@nhs.net

www.brentpct.nhs.uk