National Pregnancy in Diabetes Audit Report 2015

Reports | Published: 21 Oct 2016

The National Pregnancy in Diabetes (NPID) audit measures the quality of care and outcomes for women with pre-gestational diabetes who are pregnant and aims to support quality improvement. Data is collected with consent and submitted by antenatal diabetes services in England, Wales and the Isle of Man.

The NPID audit is part of the National Diabetes Audit (NDA) portfolio within the National Clinical Audit (NCA) programme and seeks to address three key questions

  • Were women adequately prepared for pregnancy?
  • Were appropriate steps taken during pregnancy to minimise adverse outcomes to the mother?
  • Did any adverse outcomes occur?

The full report, a glossary, methodology details and supporting data are available to download from this page.

View summary report here

View full press release here

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National Pregnancy in Diabetes Audit Report 2015