New CDEP Audit data - Sept 2016
CDEP audits its outcomes every 3 months.
In total, 2576 healthcare practitioners were registered (36% new registrations in the last 12 months)
- 50% from hospital trusts
- 35% from general practice
- 8% from community services
- 7% from other sectors (e.g. research, pharmaceutical industry, charities)
- <0.5% from nursing homes
The percentage healthcare practitioners registered in each of the 5 CDEP levels:
- 25% core
- 47% intermediate
- 22% diabetes specialist
- 4% diabetes expert
- 2% diabetes consultant
The majority of people (47%) using CDEP are from a nursing background, 18% are dietitians and 14% are doctors. The rest are spread across administrative and managerial staff, paramedics, pharmacists, dentists and other disciplines.
Over 3800 certificates have been generated following the successfully completion of a topic. An average of 2-3 certificates are currently being generated per day. Prior to generating a certificate, users are asked to score the impact of the topic on their confidence, competency and familiarity with relevant diabetes guidelines on a scale of 1-5 (1 = significant worsening, 2 = worsening 3 = no change, 4 = improvement and 5 = significant improvement).
The average evaluation across all topics over the 3 feedback domains:
- 85% of users rate an improvement or significant improvement (4 or more) in competence
- 81% of users rate an improvement or significant improvement (4 or more) in confidence
- 83 % of users rate an improvement or significant improvement (4 or more) in familiarity with diabetes guidelines.