Chapter 7: Delivery of ambulatory diabetes care to children and adolescents
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3/16/2018 at 2:24:55 PM GMT
Posts: 40
Chapter 7: Delivery of ambulatory diabetes care to children and adolescents

Dear ISPAD member/friend,

Thank you for your continued interest in the 2018 ISPAD Clinical Practice Consensus Guidelines and in the previous drafts chapters we shared with you.

We are happy to announce that chapter 7 on Delivery of ambulatory diabetes care to children and adolescents with diabetes is now ready for you to read and comment on. We are looking forward to hearing your thoughts and input on this chapter. 

Kind regards,

David Maahs

ISPAD Secretary-General

Last edited Thursday, May 17, 2018
3/29/2018 at 9:20:10 AM GMT
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Thank you for a very comprehensive overview of diabetes care. The section on analysis of health care costs and utilisation is expecially useful. Could the authors discuss optimal ratios patients to health care professionals ?

Exec summary last point of “processes of diabetes care” is unclear: “assistance to access care”. Reference to Telehealth in Diabetes Technology chapter should be made.

Page 5: last paragraph of Exec Summary would be better starting stronger: “Governments and policy makers must be involved .....

Figure 1 should include SI units for blood glucose values
Page 53. Section on Sensor-augmented pump needs more detail (ref) on cost-effectiveness which is referred to from Denmark and Sweden.

4/22/2018 at 5:55:13 PM GMT
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Thank you for this chapter.
Page 5 Would you consider being more specific in the recommendations for team members and stating that the ideal is a paediatric trained dietitian rather than just using the term dietitian, as you have for psychology?

As previously commented SI values for blood glucose values needed

4/24/2018 at 5:00:41 PM GMT
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Thank you very much for this comprejhensive Review of care for diabetic children. Especially the Transition chapter and the chapter about care of children in scholls is very important. However there is very different hepl and legal Regulation especially in Europe that leads to many Problems for children in Schools and in some countries to giving up the Job for one parent.
For telemedicine I would suggest to include a sentence about dataprotection regulations, because in the EU for example this is more strict since this year and aptients must be informed about their data protection rights and in telemedicine about the data safety in Internet, in Company associated databses and more.

5/28/2018 at 3:59:30 PM GMT
Posts: 40
We want to thank all members who provided feedback on the Delivery of ambulatory diabetes care to children and adolescents chapter. 

These comments were used to update the chapter. 

Specific responses are provided in the attached PDF.

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