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Evaluation in diabetes care

While evaluation comes in many forms, its key purpose is to help you develop a deeper understanding of what works well in diabetes care. Evaluation is an essential part of improving quality and when done well, can solve problems, inform decision making and help build the diabetes services of the future.

Use the following resources and tools to support the evaluation process.

Publications

How to: evaluate quality improvement in diabetes care, Diabetes UK (March 2017) (PDF, 96KB)

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How to: evaluate quality improvement in diabetes care, Diabetes UK (March 2017) (PDF, 96KB)

This guide provides practical information for carrying out evaluation yourself in a few simple steps. It also includes tips for sharing your evaluation findings so that they have maximum impact. Download thetemplatesfeatured in the guide.

Essential reading

  • Evaluation: what to consider, The Health Foundation website (March 2015)

    This quick guide answers commonly asked questions about how to approach evaluation of quality improvement in healthcare.This quick guide answers commonly asked questions about how to approach evaluation of quality improvement in healthcare.
  • Guidelines for good practice in evaluation, UK Evaluation Society website

    These guidelines are aimed at helping commissioners, practitioners and participants establish good practice in the conduct of evaluation. The guidelines bring together a set of principles for action in evaluation.These guidelines are aimed at helping commissioners, practitioners and participants establish good practice in the conduct of evaluation. The guidelines bring together a set of principles for action in evaluation.

Resources

Evaluation support

Evaluation training

Evaluation e-learning

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