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Monthly update: sharing good practice

Examples of good practice in diabetes care and commissioning to help you drive improvement

February 2020

  • Working in partnership with BAME communities

    We want to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to be involved in, and a diverse range of voices are heard and used to improve the NHS Diabetes programme.

    Watch our webinar to hear about examples of how to effectively involve people affected by diabetes from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities. It focuses on four case studies that demonstrate examples of engagement with different audiences using different approaches:

  • Men’s Health in East Oxford – Healthwatch Oxfordshire & Oxford United FC, Nigel Carter - Project report (PDF, 2.9 KB) 
  • Engaging the Kurdish, Turkish and Turkish Cypriot communities in North Central London – Diabetes UK and London Clinical Networks, Catherine Romer - Project summary (PDF, 1.3 KB)
  • Insight into engaging South Asian, Black African & Black Caribbean audiences with the Diabetes Programme - NHSE & Cultural Intelligence Hub, Leicia Feare - CiH findings (PDF)
  • Community Champions Programme – Diabetes UK, Jasmin Chowdhury

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  • Find out how you can empower inpatients with diabetes with the University Hospital Southampton's insulin self-administration tool.
  • Use the short PocketMedic video to help you prevent hypos in hospital. Find out how you can empower inpatients with diabetes with the University Hospital.
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