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As we approach the new audit year, the NPID team thought it would be fitting to update you on certain key topics, which include:
- CGM guidance for type 1 diabetes in pregnancy
- Clinical Audit Platform (CAP) – Terms and conditions/user group
- audit impacts
- diabetes UK professional conference
- Quality Improvement Collaborative
- percentages and your service level report
- new Advisory Group chair
As usual, we welcome any feedback on any newsletter items and suggestions for future topics.
Where numerators and denominators are small, this can produce percentages which are quite different than would be produced using the unrounded numbers. For example, a numerator of 7 and a denominator of 14 would give a percentage of 50% (7/14) before rounding, but a percentage of 33.3% (5/15) after rounding. If you think the percentages in the service level report are incorrect, please take time to round numerators and denominators before calculating percentages. If you still think the percentages in the report are not correct, please do not hesitate to qurery this by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org..