Innovation in Diabetes - Ideas and Initiatives

Deborah Wake, Diane Smith, Grahame Cumming, Jacqui Charlton, Sandra Macrury, Scott Cunningham, Scott Williamson, Steve Birnie, Stuart Ritchie, Brian Kennon, Hillary Shand, George Dodds, Sam Phillip, George Crooks (Editor), Digital Health & Care Institute

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Abstract

A collection of multiple reports on MyDiabetesMyWay (MDMW). Included reports are:
MyDiabetesMyWay Patient Portal;
MyDiabetesMyWay e-learning hub (Moodle) ;
SCI-diabetes/ MDMW Communication Portal- Tools for Remote Communication/ Consultation;
Risk Modelling for Care Planning- integration into Informatics Dashboard for Clinical Use;
Access to Chronic Medication Service (CMS) and Pharmaceutical Care Planning
Medication and Lifestyle Coaching;
Multi-media Diabetes Resources;
Promoting Diabetes Education;
Tele-Pharmacy;
Understanding my diabetes medication;
Pharmaceutical Industry and Medical Technology (PIMTs);
An on-line and interactive education system for young people with type 1 diabetes to understand self-management for their lifestyle;
Proof of Concept study to deliver personalised use of information to support diabetes management and behaviour change; right information; right time; right way;
Virtual promotion of physical activity for people with type 2 diabetes;
Remote foot ulcer management: RAPID (Reducing Amputation in People with Diabetes);
Diabetic foot screening – development of technology;
Portable capillary HbA1c testing for diagnosis and self-monitoring of diabetes; Possibility of mobile phone adaption for testing;
Web app for decision support for patients with type 1 diabetes undertaking sport or exercise;
Online level 3 structured education for type 1 diabetes;
My Diabetes My Way electronic personal health record – uptake at scale;
TeleClinics for diabetes;
Develop a diabetes sim / game in which the main character has diabetes. Young people need to keep the sim / character alive as they face the various challenges of life or the game;
Development of meaningful automated glucose data to in-patient clinical areas;
In-patient Care: Integrated eHealth solutions to improve patient care, safety and outcomes;
Innovative model of care to address the 'process of care' in managing people with long term conditions;
Young Persons Remote Clinic Consultation;
Maximise use of the data to support self-management of patients with co-morbidities;
Virtual practice outreach and education in primary care.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
Number of pages36
Publication statusPublished - 11 Mar 2014

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Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
Remote Consultation
Education
Self Care
Life Style
Patient Care
Communication
Personal Health Records
Exercise
Foot Ulcer
Technology
Medical Informatics
Pharmaceutical Services
Diabetic Foot
Cell Phones
Telemedicine
Electronic Health Records
Drug Industry
Patient Safety
Amputation

Keywords

  • diabetes
  • eHealth
  • self-management
  • EHR

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Wake, D., Smith, D., Cumming, G., Charlton, J., Macrury, S., Cunningham, S., ... Digital Health & Care Institute (2014). Innovation in Diabetes - Ideas and Initiatives. Glasgow.
Wake, Deborah ; Smith, Diane ; Cumming, Grahame ; Charlton, Jacqui ; Macrury, Sandra ; Cunningham, Scott ; Williamson, Scott ; Birnie, Steve ; Ritchie, Stuart ; Kennon, Brian ; Shand, Hillary ; Dodds, George ; Phillip, Sam ; Crooks, George (Editor) ; Digital Health & Care Institute. / Innovation in Diabetes - Ideas and Initiatives. Glasgow, 2014. 36 p.
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Glasgow, 2014. 36 p.

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