National Paediatric Diabetes Audit Report 2014-2015

Reports | Published: 01 Jun 2016

For the fifth consecutive year, there has been an increase in the number of children and young people achieving excellent diabetes control, thereby reducing their lifetime risk of diabetes associated complications. However, the report also demonstrates the impact of inequality on outcomes for children and young people, with those living in the most deprived areas having worse outcomes.

The Audit confirms its continuing relevance as a tool for highlighting deficiencies in care, measuring progress towards improved outcomes, and demonstrating the impact of inequality. Essential reading for Government, health care provider organisations, commissioners, clinical teams, and families.

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