This event is invite only.
Please note this event will take place online via Zoom. Attendees will need to have a Zoom account to access the webinar, a free Zoom account can be set up at registration.
What is the EROS project about?
Diabetic Eye Screening (DES) is important for young adults to prevent avoidable sight loss, e.g., diabetic retinopathy. This group are the least likely to attend promptly for first screening after diagnosis and for ongoing annual DES. The aim of the EROS Project is to identify barriers and enablers of attendance at DES appointments that will inform interventions to increase attendance in young adults with diabetes.
What are the EROS Knowledge Exchange Events designed to achieve?
To reduce our current long-list of possible interventions to a shortlist of interventions that are considered, by event participants, to be the most feasible and most likely to remove barriers to attendance or enhance enablers of attendance at DES appointments for young adults with diabetes.
Event 1 (30th June 2021)
- For stakeholders to reflect on and discuss a list of possible interventions that might improve the uptake of DES in young adults with diabetes. To complete an online poll to prioritise the interventions and discuss the results.
Event 2 (15th July 2021)
- For stakeholders to discuss the prioritized behavioural interventions in more detail, sharing knowledge about how these could be put into policy and practice.
* Stakeholders are people from; DES services, related policy and Public Health organisations, young adults that use screening services and health care professionals that provide DES.
Introduction to EROS
Please note the programme is subject to change.
|Time (BST)||Event 2 Programme (15th July 2021)|
|9:15am||Event room opens. We will be starting promptly at 9:30am.|
How the event will work and expected outcomes for the day
|9:45am||Reminder of EROS overview (this will be sent out prior to the event to participants who didn't take part in Event 1|
Outputs of Event 1, shortlist of possible interventions and setting out the focus for the day
|10:00am||Discussion Groups |
We will split into breakout rooms with a focus on discussing a small number of possible interventions with a focus on implementation in real life. How can we do this?
Participants will be grouped to reflect their experience and skills in the interventions under discussion.
|11:00am||Discussion Groups Continued|
|12:00pm||Feedback of highlights from each group|
|12:20pm||Summary of next steps|
Pre Event Materials
Participants information – this is all the practical information you need to take part in this event including a programme and tips on using Zoom.
We will circulate the group numbers prior to the event. Please read the corresponding materials below.
To facilitate collaboration and networking we would like to collate an attendee list to circulate to participants. Please indicate on the registration form if you would like to add your details.
Please note your information will be provided to the facilitators so they can better coordinate the breakout sessions.
Note about event recording
Please note that we would like to record the meetings so that discussions and key points from participants are reflected in the report of the events. Contributions made by participants will be anonymised. This is the only use of the recording and once the report is signed off by the EROS team the recording will be destroyed. By signing up to the event, you consent to the recording.
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