"The National Network will work together with children, young people and their families to ensure high quality care and support, to live a healthy and happy life"

Fiona Campbell

Consultant Paediatrician

Clinical Lead for the National Children & Young People's Diabetes Network

The Challenge

There are around 25,500 children and young people with diabetes aged under 19 in England and Wales (around 96 per cent have Type 1 diabetes).

At the present time the outcomes for children with diabetes in the UK compare poorly with many other developed countries. Therefore, we need to work together as an extended community to improve the quality of planning, commissioning, delivery and regulation of services in order to achieve better outcomes for children, young people and their families.

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Network Aim & Objectives

The National Children and Young People's Diabetes network is working towards agreed standards of care, outcomes and process of quality assurance to establish the delivery of a world class service. The aim of the network will be achieved with support from an extended group of relevant  stakeholders represented on the National Children and Young People's Diabetes Partnership Board and all national and international associations/groups that advocate for better care of children and young people with diabetes.

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National Paediatric Service Improvement Delivery Plan & NHS Diabetes Archives

National Paediatric Diabetes Audit

National Curriculum

National Curriculum E-Learning: Level 1 Basic Awareness

 

Diabetes Transition

National Network Documents

NICE Guidelines

Best Practice Tariff

Peer Review Programme

Sweet/ISPAD Guidelines