Implementation of the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (NHS England)

Summary

The NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (NHS DPP) is to be offered to 26 million people in 2016, with 27 “first wave” areas covering half of the population. Full NHS DPP roll-out will cover the whole country by 2020.

The Healthier You: the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme is operated collaboratively by NHS England, Public Health England and Diabetes UK.

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Thousands to benefit as first wave of NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme national rollout is announced. London: NHS England, March 22nd 2016.

See also:

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Triggle, N. (2016). Type-2 Diabetes: at-risk offered healthy lifestyle help. London: BBC Health News, March 22nd 2016.

This relates to:

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[The Healthier You:] NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (NHS DPP). London: NHS England, March 2016.

The 27 first wave areas include:

  1. Newham
  2. West London
  3. Oldham
  4. East Midlands
  5. Camden
  6. Sefton
  7. Leeds
  8. Worcestershire
  9. North West Cheshire
  10. Cumbria
  11. Dudley
  12. St Helens
  13. North East Lincolnshire
  14. East and North Hertfordshire
  15. Bury
  16. Berkshire
  17. Norfolk and Norwich
  18. Rochdale
  19. Southwark
  20. Essex
  21. South East
  22. Birmingham
  23. Derbyshire
  24. Herefordshire
  25. Cambridge and Peterborough
  26. Durham Dales
  27. Sheffield

Four providers include Reed Momenta, Pulse Healthcare Limited (trading as ICS Health and Wellbeing), Health Exchange CIC and Ingeus UK Limited.

Further commentaries:

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NHS England builds on the delivery of Triple Prevention – Dr Mahiben Maruthappu. London: NHS England, March 22nd 2016.

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Getting serious about prevention – Dr Matt Kearney. London: NHS England, March 22nd 2016.

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