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INTEGRATING DIABETES EVIDENCE INTO PRACTICE: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES TO BRIDGE THE GAPS

INTEGRATING DIABETES EVIDENCE INTO PRACTICE

PAGE 2 Editorial Committee Professor Kamlesh Khunti1, Chair of the Editorial Committee Mr Cristian Andriciuc2, Coordinator Professor Sehnaz Karadeniz2,3 Professor Nebojsa Lalic2,4 Professor Konstantinos Makrilakis2,5 Dr Niti Pall2,6

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Ms Lauren Quinn2 Dr Markku Saraheimo7 Professor Iryna Vlasenko2,8

Leicester Diabetes Centre, University of Leicester, UK IDF Europe Istanbul Florence Nightingale Hospital, Turkey Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, Clinic for Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases, Clinical Center of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Medical School, Greece KPMG Global Health Practice, UK Helsinki University Central Hospital, Finland National Medical Academy Post-Graduate Education, Ukraine

A project carried out by the International Diabetes Federation Europe, Copyright © 2017, International Diabetes Federation Europe

About the International Diabetes Federation Europe (IDF Europe) IDF Europe is the European chapter of the International Diabetes Federation (IDF). We are an umbrella organization representing 70 national diabetes organisations in 47 countries across Europe. We are a diverse and inclusive multicultural network of national diabetes associations, representing both people living with diabetes and healthcare professionals. More info at www.idf-europe.org

Acknowledgements IDF Europe wishes to acknowledge: Ely Lilly, Roche and Sanofi for their unrestricted educational grants and IBM for their technical expertise offered for producing this publication. Financial partners were not involved in the research. IDF Europe: We acknowledge Maria Stella de Sabata (Regional Manager) for her contribution to the development of the survey questionnaires, Winne Ko (Project Officer) and Weronika Kowalska (Intern) for work on social media analytics. Consultants: We also acknowledge Freya Tyrer for editorial input and Michael Bonar, designer. ISBN: 978-2-930229-88-1

INTEGRATING DIABETES EVIDENCE INTO PRACTICE

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Contents Foreword

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Executive Summary

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1. Introduction 1.1. Background and existing evidence 1.2. Aims and objectives

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2. Study Design and Methods 2.1. Evidence from the literature 2.1.1. Sources of information 2.1.2. Search strategy 2.1.3. Eligibility criteria 2.1.4. Data management, screening and selection 2.1.5. Data extraction 2.1.6. Data analysis and synthesis 2.2. Survey of IDF Europe member organisations 2.2.1. Questionnaires 2.2.2. Response rate 2.2.3. Process of identifying barriers and solutions in IDF Europe survey 2.3. Social media analytics 2.3.1. Software 2.3.2. Search restrictions 2.3.3. Data sources 2.3.4. Selection of topic and themes

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3. Results 3.1. Evidence review 3.1.1. Diabetes management and healthcare systems, accessibility to services and medication 3.1.2. Adherence to existing guidelines by healthcare professionals 3.1.3. Adherence to recommended treatments for people with diabetes 3.2. Survey of IDF Europe member organisations 3.2.1. Responses related to policy/healthcare systems 3.2.2. Responses related to healthcare professionals 3.2.3. Responses related to persons with diabetes 3.2.4. Barriers and solutions for implementing evidence into practice 3.3. Social media analytics 3.3.1. Diabetes-related topics and themes (Model 1) 3.3.2. Barriers related to diabetes (Model 2) 3.3.3. Comparison with other non-communicable diseases (Model 3)

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4. Discussion 4.1. Limitations 4.2. Conclusions

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5. References and Bibliography

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6. Appendices Appendix 1 A


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