Evaluation study of diabetes and wellbeing (DWELL) - Report 4: Workforce training and cost effectiveness
Hatzidimitriadou, E., Manship, S., Thompson, T., Morris, R., Moore, J., Hulbert, S. and Saloniki, E.-C. 2023. Evaluation study of diabetes and wellbeing (DWELL) - Report 4: Workforce training and cost effectiveness. Canterbury. UK Canterbury Christ Church University.
|Authors||Hatzidimitriadou, E., Manship, S., Thompson, T., Morris, R., Moore, J., Hulbert, S. and Saloniki, E.-C.|
The DWELL project was funded by the INTERREG 2 Seas Mers Zeeën Programme and ran between 2016 and March 2023. The overall aim of the project was to empower people living with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) to enhance self-management of illness through a co-produced 12-week educational programme, and to improve targeted aspects of individual health and wellbeing. The project involved partners in the UK, France, Netherlands and Belgium.
Canterbury Christ Church University (‘CCCU’) led Work Package 4: Evaluation of the DWELL programme, which commenced delivery in 2018. The evaluation comprised four key areas: patient outcomes; system/process benefits of the programme; staff training; cost benefits of the programme.
For Output 4.1 of this Work Package, we present a set of four final project reports which relate to DWELL programme evaluation. These are as follows:
• REPORT 1: DWELL Evaluation Methodology
Report 4 presents feedback on Workforce Training and results of the Cost Effectiveness analysis undertaken for the DWELL programme.
|Keywords||Diabetes; Wellbeing; Self-management of illness|
|Publisher||Canterbury Christ Church University|
|Place of publication||Canterbury. UK|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||18 Sep 2023|
|Funder||European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)|
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