Appendix A: Membership of the Programme Development Group (PDG), the NICE project team and external contractors

Appendix A: Membership of the Programme Development Group (PDG), the NICE project team and external contractors

Programme Development Group

PDG membership is multidisciplinary. The Group comprises public health practitioners, clinicians, local authority officers, teachers, social care professionals, academics, technical experts and representatives of the public as follows.

Amanda Adler (Co-opted Member)Consultant Physician, Addenbrooke's Hospital

Akeem Ali Director of Public Health, NHS Surrey and Surrey County Council

Ameet Bakhai Consultant Cardiologist, Barnet General Hospital

Neel Basudev General Practitioner, Springfield Medical Centre, London

Marie Cummins Regional Programme Manager, NHS Diabetes

Steven Cummins Senior Lecturer, National Institute for Health Research Fellow, Queen Mary, University of London

Anne Dornhorst Consultant Physician; Honorary Senior Lecturer, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Margaret Guy Independent Public Health Physician (recently retired Director of Public Health and Medical Director, Westminster Primary Care Trust)

Wasim Hanif Consultant Physician; Honorary Senior Lecturer, University Hospital Birmingham

Mireia Jofre-Bonet Professor, Economics Department, City University, London

Aderonke Jomo-Coco Community Member

Tracy Kelly Clinical Team Manager,Diabetes UK

Tim Marsh Associate Director, National Heart Forum

Bennett Quinn General Practitioner, Blackheath Medical Centre

Marc Suhrcke Professor of Public Health Economics, School of Medicine, Health Policy and Practice, University of East Anglia

Sabina Syed Community Member

Jennifer Tringham Consultant Physician, Diabetes and Endocrinology, Frimley Park Hospital

Nigel Unwin Professor of Epidemiology, Institute of Health and Society, Newcastle

Nick Wareham Director, Medical Research Council Epidemiology Unit

Sarah Wild Reader in Epidemiology and Public Health, University of Edinburgh

Saiyyidah Zaidi Community Member

NICE project team

Mike Kelly CPHE Director

Catherine Swann Associate Director

Clare Wohlgemuth Lead Analyst

Adrienne Cullum Analyst

Ruaraidh Hill Analyst

Karen Peploe Analyst

Alastair Fischer Technical Adviser, Health Economics

Emma Doohan Project Manager

Palida Teelucknavan Coordinator

Sue Jelley Senior Editor

Alison Lake Editor

External contractors

Evidence reviews

Review 1: 'Prevention of type 2 diabetes: interventions to reduce risk factors for pre-diabetes among UK adults from a lower socioeconomic group' was carried out by the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) Public Health Collaborating Centre. The principal authors were: Maxine Johnson, Emma Everson-Hock, Roy Jones, Helen Buckley Woods, Sue Baxter, Elizabeth Goyder, Jim Chilcott and Nick Payne.

Review 2: 'Prevention of type 2 diabetes: interventions to reduce risk factors for pre-diabetes among UK adults from black and minority ethnic groups' was carried out by ScHARR Public Health Collaborating Centre. The principal authors were: Maxine Johnson, Emma Everson-Hock, Roy Jones, Helen Buckley Woods, Sue Baxter, Elizabeth Goyder, Jim Chilcott and Nick Payne.

Review 3: 'Prevention of type 2 diabetes: interventions to raise awareness in health professionals and assist identification of high-risk groups' was carried out by ScHARR Public Health Collaborating Centre. The principal authors were: Maxine Johnson, Emma Everson-Hock, Roy Jones, Helen Buckley Woods, Suzy Paisley, Elizabeth Goyder, Jim Chilcott and Nick Payne.

Review 4: 'Interventions for the prevention of pre-diabetes in high-risk groups: examples of current practice in relation to the UK evidence base' was carried out by ScHARR Public Health Collaborating Centre. The principal authors were: Roy Jones, Maxine Johnson, Emma Everson-Hock, Helen Buckley Woods, Liddy Goyder, Jim Chilcott and Nick Payne.

Review 5: 'Review of review-level evidence to inform the development of NICE public health guidance for the prevention of pre-diabetes among adults in high-risk groups' was carried out by Matrix Evidence. The principal authors were: Alison Martin, Theo Lorenc, Alison O'Mara, Will Parry, Joe Savage and Chris Barclay.

Review 6: 'Identification of effective community projects focused on addressing risk factors for the development of pre-diabetes in adults from black and minority ethnic groups and lower socio-economic groups' was carried out by David Leah Associates Ltd. The principal author was Mary Ryan.

Cost effectiveness

The review of economic evaluations and economic modelling 'Prevention of type 2 diabetes: preventing pre-diabetes among adults in high-risk groups. Report on cost-effectiveness evidence and methods for economic modelling' was carried out by ScHARR Public Health Collaborating Centre. The principal authors were: Mike Gillett, Alan Brennan, Laurence Blake, Nick Payne, Liddy Goyder, Helen Buckley Woods, Emma Everson-Hock, Maxine Johnson, Jim Chilcott and Monica Hernandez.

Fieldwork

'Fieldwork validation report: prevention of pre-diabetes among adults in high-risk groups' was carried out by Word of Mouth Research Ltd.

Expert testimony

Expert paper 1: 'Type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes: diagnosis and definition' by Nick Wareham, Medical Research Council Epidemiology Unit.

Expert paper 2: 'Illness labelling and illness experience' by Mike Kelly, NICE.

Expert paper 3: 'Socio-economic status and risk factors for type 2 diabetes' by Nigel Unwin, Newcastle University.

Expert paper 4: 'Expert advice, dietary surveys and nutrition research' by Alison Tedstone, Food Standards Agency.

Expert paper 5: 'CPD and training, enabling professionals to practice effectively and confidently' by Sabina Syed, PDG Community Member.

Expert paper 6: 'BME groups, diet and risk of type 2 diabetes' by Nita Forouhi, Medical Research Council Epidemiology Unit.

Expert paper 7: 'Developing population level guidance – CVD, the Foresight report' by Klim McPherson, New College Oxford.

Expert paper 8: 'Dietary strategies for the prevention of pre-diabetes' by Susan Jebb, Medical Research Council Human Nutrition Research.

Expert paper 9: 'Low income groups and behaviour change interventions' by Susan Michie, University College London.

Expert paper 10: 'Adapting health promotion interventions for BME communities' by Gina Netto, Herriot Watt University.

Expert paper 11: 'Health policy and health' by Mark Exworthy, Royal Holloway, University of London.

Expert paper 12: 'Ismaili Nutrition Centre' byAzmina Govindji and Aleem Sachedina, Aga Khan Health Board.

Expert paper 13: 'Environment and physical activity' by Steve Cummins, Queen Mary, University of London.

Expert paper 14: 'Nutritional food labelling: current thinking and practice'by Tim Marsh, National Heart Forum.

Expert paper 15: 'Fiscal policy instruments to improve diet' by Marc Suhrcke, University of East Anglia.

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