EDEN Team, Leicester Diabetes Centre: Artificial Intelligence in Diabetes Healthcare Professional Education
With one of the highest prevalence rates in the UK at around 8 per cent, diabetes education for Leicester’s doctors and nurses is critical.
Failure to meet practices’ training needs means variable levels of care for patients, and can lead to more hospital admissions, complications and specialist care referrals. The team uses artificial intelligence algorithms to analyse training needs assessments and make individual training recommendations to thousands of HCPs while monitoring uptake saving hours of DSN time analysing records.
The judges were impressed with the use of big data to provide real time training needs analysis, focused on the specific needs of individual populations of patients. The approach really supported value in the delivery of training by identifying specific learning needs.
|Birmingham Children’s Hospital|
|Four Seasons Health Care|
|Homerton University Hospital, Locomotor Extended Scope Physiotherapy Department|
|Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust|
|NHS Education for Scotland|
|NHS Sandwell and West Midlands Clinical Commissioning Group|
|Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals Trust|
|St. Helens and Knowsley Hospitals Trust|
|The Pennine Acute Hospitals Trust|
|Wirral University Teaching Hospital Foundation Trust|
- HOMERTON UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL NHS FT
- LEEDS TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS TRUST
- NHS Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG
- PENNINE ACUTE HOSPITALS NHS TRUST
- ROYAL LIVERPOOL AND BROADGREEN UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS TRUST
- ST HELENS AND KNOWSLEY HOSPITALS NHS TRUST
- Value in Healthcare Awards 2017
- WIRRAL UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL NHS TRUST