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Introduction to the Type 1 Education Network. David Cavan. Background. Before 2000, structured education for adults with type 1 diabetes was almost non-existent in the UK DAFNE trial of German course in 3 centres (1 week programme)

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background
Background
  • Before 2000, structured education for adults with type 1 diabetes was almost non-existent in the UK
  • DAFNE trial of German course in 3 centres (1 week programme)
  • Bournemouth adapted similar programme delivered 1 day each week for 4 weeks
basic principles
Basic Principles
  • Insulin treatment should fit around lifestyle and not vice versa
  • Patients can eat what they like, when they like
  • They need to know how to vary insulin dose according to carbohydrate intake, exercise and other factors
bertie bournemouth

“Family Tree” 2003

BERTIEBournemouth

Dusseldorf

USA

USA

DAFNE

Original

Jigsaw

Portsmouth

Insight

Oxford

New

DAFNE

centres

TIFA

Torquay

Guernsey

High Wycombe

Windsor

DAFNE

training

BIDAC

training

type 1 education network objectives
Type 1 Education Network -objectives
  • To support centres in delivering high quality self-management education for Type 1 diabetes
  • To support centres in accessing appropriate staff training
  • To enable centres to share best practice and learn from each other
  • To develop common evaluation criteria to facilitate quality assurance
first meeting may 2003
First meeting: May 2003:

Presentations from

  • Guernsey
  • DAFNE
  • Oxford (Insight)
  • Portsmouth (Jigsaw)
  • Torquay (TIFA)
  • Bournemouth (BERTIE)
  • York (BITES)
since
Since…….
  • Twice yearly meetings (Oxford, Leicester, London, Newcastle, Peterborough)
  • Regional meetings November 2006
  • Northern Ireland network May 2007
  • Membership
  • 360 on email list
  • 204 ‘signed up’ members
  • 50+ centres providing structured education
achievements
Achievements
  • Common contents of programme
  • Common evaluation criteria using DAFNE database
  • Type 1 Workbook
  • Mission Statement
  • Philosophy
  • Regional Networks
  • National Conference
dh nice criteria 2005
DH / NICE Criteria 2005

Structured education programmes must

  • Have a written curriculum
  • Have trained educators
  • Be quality assured (including peer review)
  • Be audited
mission statement
Mission Statement

“To support teams in integrating structured education for children and adults with diabetes into their service, by providing a framework for curriculum development, educator training, quality assurance and audit which meets the Department of Health criteria”

meeting nice criteria
Meeting NICE criteria
  • Workshops to discuss
    • Learning theories
    • Curriculum development
    • Quality assurance
    • Peer review
1 st annual conference
1st Annual Conference
  • An opportunity for centres across the UK to showcase their diabetes education programmes
  • Type 1 and type 2 diabetes
  • workshops and poster presentations