Tayside Diabetes Clinical Network Objectives and Priorities

  1. All people newly diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes will have access to quality assured, structured education through the Tayside Diabetes Education Programme (TDEP) within one month of diagnosis.Development of Allied Health Professional (AHP) Services.
     

  2. At least 75% of people with diabetes will have a foot risk score formally calculated annually.
  3.  All people with diabetes will have access to appropriate state registered podiatry services as indicated by their foot risk score.

  4. All people with diabetes will have appropriate access to state registered dietetic services in line with agreed Tayside-wide standards.

  5. All people with diabetes to be managed in line with agree "Tayside Care Pathway for Patients with Diabetes."

  6. All appropriate people with Type 1 diabetes will have access to intensive management instructions via the Tayside Insulin Management Programme (TIM).

  7. All people with diabetes will be offered annual eye screening by digital retinal photgraphy.