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Networking day presentation 2017 john fox

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Networking day presentation 2017 john fox

  1. 1. OCT and other projects John Fox Senior Implementation Lead NDESP Public Health England leads the NHS Screening Programmes
  2. 2. OCT Surveillance Clinics • Clear clinical benefits in using OCT for detection and monitoring of macular oedema • Building evidence base on cost effectiveness • Availability of OCT in some DESP settings • Local development and implementation • Not currently included in DES service specification 6 months in....!2
  3. 3. National Screening Committee & Section 7A UK NSC advises ministers and NHS on screening aspects based on robust evidence Appraises the effectiveness of a screening programme including: in terms of: the condition viability the test effectiveness the treatment appropriateness Public Health functions agreement (S7A) is an agreement between the Secretary of State for Health and NHS England for commissioning and provision of services 6 months in....!3
  4. 4. OCT Surveillance Clinics Next steps: • working group • review evidence and local practice examples • best practice guidance 6 months in....!4
  5. 5. National Paediatric DiabetesAudit Aims to improve the care provided to children with diabetes, their outcomes and the experiences of patients and families. Analysis of data provided by healthcare professional working in Paediatric Diabetes Units in England and Wales DESP data included: retinal screening date retinal screening result 6 months in....!5
  6. 6. National Paediatric DiabetesAudit 6 months in....!6 Data taken from the NPDA report 2015/16
  7. 7. National Paediatric DiabetesAudit • Data completeness and quality improving but variable • Young people with Type 1 over 12 years old • 35.5% received all key care processes • 13.8% had abnormal eye screening results • 6.4% of 12 year olds screened had abnormal results • 20.5% of 17 year olds screened had abnormal results Working with RCPCH NPDA team • Improve data sharing process • Improve links between DESPs and Paediatrics 6 months in....!7 Data taken from the NPDA report 2015/16
  8. 8. Public Health England leads the NHS Screening Programmes

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