The NPDA was fortunate enough to have a diverse range of presenters, including Dr Gun Forsander from the University of Gothenburg, and one of the actors in TV's Vikings, Elinor Crawley, who lives with Type 1 diabetes.
You can watch all of the presentations from this year's National Conference on the below links, and download PDFs of the presentation slides below.
How can good results be even better? - Dr Gun Forsander, University of Gothenburg
Reflections on the first two years of the Paediatric Diabetes Quality Programme - Dr Megan Peng, Matt Oultram, Heather Clark, RCPCH
Achieving HbA1c positive outlier status - Anita England and Gemma Burley, Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
NPDA 7 care processes completion rate changes at Basildon Hospital - our quality improvement journey following negative outlier status - Dr Birgit Van Meijgaarden, Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Our QI journey - tales from the back of the pack - Dr Ravi Lehal, Liz Wardle, Laura Coley, Louise Cameron, Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust
T1D looks like me - Elinor Crawley, Actor who lives with Type 1 diabetes
The Tree of Life project at UCLH - a group approach to exploring identity for young people living with type 1 diabetes - Dr Louise Marshall and Megan Hitchcock, UCLH
Progress update and next steps for the NPDA - Holly Robinson, NPDA Project Manager, RCPCH
Previous conference presentations
NPDA National Conference 2019 - themes included: Type 1 diabetes management in the USA, effective use of carb counting and transition from paediatric to adult services.
NPDA National Conference 2018 - focused on achieving improved health outcomes for children and young people with diabetes, including quality improvement.
NPDA National Conference 2017 - themes included: data driven improvement, improvement through engagement and improvement through innovation.