Diabetes

YHPHO has become part of Public Health England, joining its Knowledge and Intelligence Team (Northern and Yorkshire).

This page is an historical archive only.

Diabetes health intelligence supported the diabetes community by providing timely, quality assured national diabetes health intelligence by working closely with a range of key stakeholders including NHS Diabetes, Strategic Health Authorities, Primary Care Trusts, Diabetes UK, The Information Centre and many others.

From 2010 we had operational responsibility for the National Diabetes Information Service (NDIS) a partnership of leading diabetes organisations, funded by NHS Diabetes, which provides free access for the NHS to a comprehensive suite of diabetes information products, datasets and tools, through a single web portal www.diabetes-ndis.org.

We were part funded by NHS Diabetes to provide an annual work programme which included analysing and interpreting the kind of facts, figures and other intelligence that will help to improve the health of the diabetes community.

Examples of products from this work programme are highlighted in the following panels and at www.diabetes-ndis.org. NDIS is now part of the National Cardiovascular Intelligence Network www.ncvin.org.uk established in 2013.

The updated model provides estimates of total (diagnosed and undiagnosed) diabetes prevalence for people aged 16 years and older, and calculates the impact of obesity on diabetes prevalence in England.

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The Diabetes Footcare Activity Profiles provide a summary of inpatient activity related to footcare conditions for people with diabetes. They provide benchmarking information on rates of activity and length of stay, including information focusing particularly on amputations

Hospital inpatients with diabetes are 6% more likely to die than those without a condition, according to a new study of more than 10 million hospital admissions has found

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The VIA: Diabetes tool allows users to compare information on inpatient activity for those with and without diabetes to provide evidence on differing care patterns.

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Last Updated: Thursday, 9th January 2014

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