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We are taking part in the National Diabetes Audit 2017-18

National Diabetes Audit:

Helping to reduce diabetes and improve diabetes care

The National Diabetes Audit (NDA) is the one of the largest annual clinical audits in the world, integrating data from both primary and secondary care sources, making it the most comprehensive audit of its kind.

To find out more about the NDA Programme check out this short presentation, or view a power point presentation here.

We, the Upminster Medical Centre, are taking part in this important national project NDA, about people at risk of diabetes and diabetes care and treatment in the NHS.

If you have diabetes, non-hyperglycaemia, impaired glucose tolerance or pre-diabetes, we will share information about your diabetes and treatment with the NDA. The type of information and how it is shared, is controlled by law and enforced by strict rules of confidentiality and security.

For further information about how your data is used, please see the NDA patient information leaflet here.

Taking part in the NDA shows that Upminster Medical Centre is committed to reducing diabetes and improving care for people with diabetes.


Important Patient Information:

If you do not want your patient information to be used, please inform the Receptionist, your GP or Nurse. This will not affect your care.

More information is available - please click here or ask a member of staff for a patient information leaflet - "NDA: How your information is used to help improve diabetes care" on your next visit to the Surgery.


Further Information:

For further information about how your data is used to improve care for people at increased risk of Type 2 diabetes - please click here or ask a member of staff for a patient information leaflet - "NDA: How your data is used to improve care for people at increased risk of Type 2 diabetes" on your next visit to the Surgery.



 
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