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This category recognises the key role that dietary management plays in the care of children, young people and adults with diabetes. However, changing dietary habits, behaviours, accessing appropriate healthy food choices and controlling blood glucose levels on a daily basis poses challenges and requires ongoing dietary management, education, organisation, regular review and support.
This category is designed to focus specifically on an initiative that has a substantial part of the programme dedicated to improving the dietary intake of people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, or it may be an education programme for healthcare professionals/carers. The initiative should have clear measures and outcomes that demonstrate improvements in dietary results. Dietary results could be measured in several ways through improvements in, eg, eating habits, dietary knowledge, behaviour change, quality of life, engagement with dietary education, recorded patient experience, healthcare professional/carer education.
Entries must demonstrate evidence of the following:
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Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust wanted to improve the care of in-patients with diabetes. A diabetes multidisciplinary team (MDT) was formed in the Trust, which... continue reading