The National Diabetes Audit
The National Diabetes Audit is a key source of information which measures the effectiveness of diabetes healthcare against NICE clinical guidelines and quality standards, in England and Wales. It integrates data from both primary and secondary care sources making it the largest audit in the world and the most comprehensive audit of its kind. Participation in the NDA gives NHS organisations the opportunity to plan diabetes care in response to local needs and to look at local performance in comparison with similar organisations. The audit is supported by the National Clinical Director for Diabetes, Dr Jonathan Valabhji and the Royal College of General Practitioners.
The next submission is due to start on Tuesday 28th June and practices are encouraged to take part in this year’s submission.
A letter from John Goodall (Consultant in Public Health) provides more information about the results from previous years submissions, click here to read it.
A PDF version of the Blue Book being widely used across Wiltshire is available here.