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  • Scotland
  • Population: 5,313,600
  • Number of people with diabetes: 268,154
  • NHS Highlands
  • Population: 319,811
  • Number of people with diabetes: 15,780
  • NHS Grampian
  • Population: 573,420
  • Number of people with diabetes: 26,380
  • NHS Tayside
  • Population: 411,749
  • Number of people with diabetes: 21,428
  • NHS Orkney
  • Population: 21,530
  • Number of people with diabetes: 1049
  • NHS Shetland
  • Population: 23,210
  • Number of people with diabetes: 1,035
  • NHS Fife
  • Population: 366,219
  • Number of people with diabetes: 19,810
  • NHS Forth Valley
  • Population: 299,099
  • Number of people with diabetes: 15,282
  • NHS Lothian
  • Population: 843,733
  • Number of people with diabetes: 36,586
  • NHS Borders
  • Population: 113,707
  • Number of people with diabetes: 6,031
  • NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
  • Population: 1,217,025
  • Number of people with diabetes: 61,647
  • NHS Dumfries & Galloway
  • Population: 150,828
  • Number of people with diabetes: 8,716
  • NHS Ayrshire & Arran
  • Population: 373,189
  • Number of people with diabetes: 21,630
  • NHS Lanarkshire
  • Population: 572,520
  • Number of people with diabetes: 31,470
  • NHS Western Isles
  • Population: 27,560
  • Number of people with diabetes: 1,310

 

Statistics are taken from the Scottish Diabetes Survey 2013.pdf


The Scottish Care Information – Diabetes Collaboration (SCI-DC) system is Scotland’s national suite of Information Technology products designed to underpin the Managed Clinical Networks for diabetes.


SCI-DC was commissioned and is owned by the Scottish Government.

Since 2002 SCI-DC has been successfully supporting the needs of the Scottish diabetes community in providing clinical information, support for diabetic screening services and the provision of data for national and local audit programmes.

A recent migration and implementation programme has now delivered a single core product SCI-Diabetes.

SCI-Diabetes provides a fully integrated shared electronic patient record to support treatment of NHSScotland patients with Diabetes. It brings together the functionality of SCI-DC Network and SCI-DC Clinical and also includes specialty modules for Paediatrics, Podiatry, Diabetes Specialist Nursing and Dietetics

SCI-Diabetes is developed, maintained and supported by the SCI-DC Development Team based in the Clinical Technology Centre, Ninewells Hospital, Tayside.


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