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1
Diabetes UK Scotland Structured
Education Jane-Claire Judson Director
2
Beyond supporting
Support Challenge Scrutinise
3
Support
Diabetes UK position statement Toolkit for
assessing structured education Report for the
Patient Education Working Group Service
Improvement Advisor Support to the Diabetes
Education Network
4
Position Statement
People with diabetes need the knowledge, skills
and motivation to assess their risks, to
understand what they will gain from changing
their behaviour or lifestyle and to act on that
understanding by engaging in appropriate
behaviours SIGN, 2001 National Assembly for
Wales, NHS public involvement report, 2001 Dept
of Health, Social Services and Public Safety for
Northern Ireland, 2000
5
Position Statement PEWG Report
Many people do not know how to manage their
condition Many people are dissatisfied with the
education provided by healthcare teams Criteria
NDST/NICE Children, people with poor basic
skills, carers etc
6
Toolkit
In progress you could have it! Variety of tools
for different settings and situations Toolkit
will support and enable to meet NICE/NDST
criteria Doesnt accredit yet but you will be
on the way
7
Challenge
Rationale/Philosophy Progress slow, too little
too late Spaghetti junction of structured
education Methods mix of learning style and
mode Resources educators, financial also for
the person (time off work etc) Outcomes is it
all about glucose control?
8
Education
It must be remembered that the purpose of
education is not to fill the minds of students
with facts... it is to teach them to think, if
that is possible, and always to think for
themselves. -- Robert Hutchins Information
cannot replace education. -- Earl
Kiole Education is the best provision for old
age. -- Aristotle
9
Challenge Rationale/Philosophy
Education as a right Educators focus on the
skills and qualities required in a good
educator Student not patient Educator not
healthcare professional Leads to Education as a
partnership college/university model DEN
website Engaging with the person with diabetes
and gaining their trust A new way to look at
it? Working in partnership with the student and
earning their trust
10
Progress Diabetes UK Scotland view
Varying levels of support for education
initiatives Limited awareness of models and
methods for good education Poor liaison between
educators and service users Little service user
satisfaction analysis Lack of strategic forward
planning No timeline for systematic
implementation Type 1 NICE criteria met in 6
health boards Type 2 NICE criteria met in in
only 3 health boards
FAIL?
11
Spaghetti Junction
How many working groups does it take to create
structured education for diabetes? Central,
strategic and focused, resource Network approach
educator leads in each area User involvement,
outcome measurement and quality
integral Integration of all sources of advice,
information through to education
12
Pyramid Approach

Structured Education
Informal Education
Information and advice
13
Structure
SDG

Associate educators
Central Team
Board
Associate educators
Associate educators
14
Structure
Central Team

Co-ordinator
Quality
Development
Service user involvement
Associate educators
Educators
15
Areas to consider
Modes of learning online, modular, classroom,
group/individual Timing day, evening,
weekend Where non-medical, library, local
school, community resources
16
Scrutinise
Quality control Working on behalf of patients and
healthcare professionals Resources Information,
data, feedback etc
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