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  • Diabetes Prevalence Model Produced by Trent and Northern & Yorkshire Public Health Observatories, June 2002 Contact: r.j.sherry@sheffield.ac.uk This model estimates the total (both diagnosed and undiagnosed) prevalence of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes mellitus in the former Northern & Yorkshire and Trent Regional Office areas and Northamptonshire, based on age, sex, and ethnicity data. Prevalence estimates can be obtained for PCTs or for former PCGs and Health Authorities. The model also produces projected estimates for diabetes prevalence between 2002 and 2008. A user manual and an accompanying report are available. Population data sources The model assumes that the sum of the resident registered populations of the PCG/Ts for a Health Authority equals the total Health Authority resident population. If this is not the case it is important to input local population figures. Health Authority population projections: Based on 1998-based population projections, Office for National Statistics. PCT/PCG population age/sex distribution: Based on the mid-2000 projections of resident registered population, Compendium of Clinical and Health Indicators 2000. Percentage of residents by ethnic group: 1991 Census data from the National Database for Primary Care Groups and Trusts, Manchester University. Prevalence data sources Age-, sex-, and ethnic-group-specific estimates are derived from population surveys of diagnosed and undiagnosed diabetes. Full references are given in the accompanying report. The model assumes that two thirds of cases are diagnosed and the user can change this.
  • diabetes mellitus n age, sex, and ethnicity data. To start using the model, please click here: Enter To see the data that the model uses, click here: See Data
  • Choose an area (PCT, PCG, or HA) for the projections. First choose a type of area, then select a Health Authority. Continue The list of areas of the selected type and in the chosen HA will appear in the third box. Alternatively, choose ‘Other Area’, type the name of the area, and press Enter. When you have chosen an area, clickContinue. Type of area Health Authority þÿPCT (April 2002) þÿBARNSLEY HA þÿ þÿFormer PCG (March 2002) þÿBRADFORD HA þÿHealth Authority (March 2002) þÿCALDERDALE AND KIRKLEES HA þÿOther Area þÿCOUNTY DURHAM HA TRUE þÿDONCASTER HA Name of Other Area þÿEAST RIDING HA þÿGATESHEAD AND SOUTH TYNESIDE HA þÿLEEDS HA þÿLEICESTERSHIRE HA þÿLINCOLNSHIRE HA þÿNEWCASTLE AND NORTH TYNESIDE HA þÿNORTH CUMBRIA HA þÿNORTH DERBYSHIRE HA þÿNORTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE HA þÿNORTH YORKSHIRE HA þÿNORTHAMPTONSHIRE HA þÿNORTHUMBERLAND CARE TRUST þÿNOTTINGHAM HA þÿROTHERHAM HA þÿSHEFFIELD HA þÿSOUTH HUMBER HA þÿSOUTHERN DERBYSHIRE HA þÿSUNDERLAND TEACHING PCT þÿTEES HA þÿWAKEFIELD HA
  • Continue Go back Area for projections þÿ
  • Do you wish to enter your own data? No, use the model's data Yes, usemy own data Go back If you click ‘Yes’, you will be able to enter any or all of the following: 1. Prevalence rates for each type of diabetes, by age, sex, and ethnic group. 2. Population projections for the years 2002–2008, by age and sex. 3. The distribution of population by ethnic group. Any boxes you leave blank will be filled in by the model from the estimates and projections built into it.
  • back d projections built into it.