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Diabetes care planning

Care planning is a process that puts people with diabetes firmly in the driving seat of their care. It offers people active involvement in deciding, agreeing and owning how their diabetes is managed.

Use the following resources and tools to implement and improve care planning for people with diabetes.

Essential reading

Shared practice examples

  • Examples and case studies, Year of Care Partnerships website

    Year of Care Partnerships have now worked with a number of organisations to implement care and support planning in a variety of settings. These case studies show how this was achieved in Carlisle, Holmside and Glenpark.Year of Care Partnerships have now worked with a number of organisations to implement care and support planning in a variety of settings. These case studies show how this was achieved in Carlisle, Holmside and Glenpark.
  • Care planning, Berkshire West Federated CCG website (2013)

    This website resource includes a three minute care planning reflection tool, a consultation skills worksheet and a post consultation evaluation tool. Find out how care planning was implemented in Berkshire West as part of a wider service redesign (PDF, 409KB).This website resource includes a three minute care planning reflection tool, a consultation skills worksheet and a post consultation evaluation tool. Find out how care planning was implemented in Berkshire West as part of a widerservice redesign (PDF, 409KB).

Resources

The personal diabetes record examples below provide people with diabetes with information about their test results. These records are not a replacement for collaborative conversations between people with diabetes and healthcare professionals and should be used as part of a systematic care planning process to identify and agree personal goals and the development of agreed care plans.

E-learning

Training courses

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