Diabetes in pregnancy (NorDIP)
Northern Survey of Diabetes in Pregnancy - NorDIP
NorDIP was started in 1994 to improve the pregnancy outcomes for women with diabetes and their babies in the region. The work that NorDIP has done and continues to do contributes to the improvement in the care that pregnant women with diabetes receive in the region and in the UK.
Data collected from: 1995
Consent required from mother? Yes
Type of data collected: Midwifes give basic information when pregnancy is diagnosed. Information on mother, babies and pregnancy details are collected after delivery. Click here for a copy of the survey form.
Information for mothers: More information for mothers available here.
- Development of regional audit indicators for the care of women with diabetes in pregnancy
- Piloting a gestational diabetes study
- Creating appropriate feedback systems to support hospital audits
- First trimester drug usage data collection feasibility study
2011 Annual Meeting: Tuesday 5th July 2011, Stadium of Light, Sunderland
2010 Annual Meeting: Thursday 8th July 2010, Marriott Hotel, Gosforth Park, Newcastle
National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines on diabetes in pregnancy.
Report from the Northern Diabetes in Pregnancy Survey (NorDIP) Preparation for pregnancy in women with diabetes 2008-2010.