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Question Results

Written questions on the subject Diabetes


 
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AQW 4821/17-22 Mr Gerry Carroll
(PBPA - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister of Health whether employers have to carry out risk assessments when staff with diabetes are returning to work.

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15/06/2020 Answered on 02/07/2020
AQW 4820/17-22 Mr Gerry Carroll
(PBPA - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister of Health what guidance is in place for employers as workers with diabetes return to work.

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15/06/2020 Answered on 02/07/2020
AQW 4594/17-22 Mr Alex Easton
(DUP - North Down)
To ask the Minister of Health what advice his Department is giving people with diabetes who have to work but need protection against COVID-19 in the workplace.

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08/06/2020 Answered on 22/06/2020
AQW 4363/17-22 Mr Paul Frew
(DUP - North Antrim)
To ask the Minister of Health (i) what percentage of people who have died with COVID-19 also had diabetes; (ii) whether there is a direct correlation or vulnerability with diabetes sufferers; and (iii) what measures or advice can be put in place to protect people with diabetes.

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29/05/2020 Answered on 23/06/2020
AQW 4340/17-22 Mr Robin Newton
(DUP - East Belfast)
To ask the Minister of Health to detail the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for patients referred for initial diabetic prognosis, or those who have been diagnosed and living with diabetes, in terms of delays to (i) initial prognosis appointments; (ii) follow-up appointments; and (iii) on-going support, care and treatments.

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28/05/2020 Answered on 10/06/2020
AQW 3381/17-22 Mrs Pam Cameron
(DUP - South Antrim)
To ask the Minister of Health how many women in the last year have developed type 2 diabetes following a diagnosis of gestational diabetes in pregnancy.

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09/03/2020 Answered on 20/03/2020
AQW 3380/17-22 Mrs Pam Cameron
(DUP - South Antrim)
To ask the Minister of Health to detail the number of pregnant women living with (i) type 1; (ii) type 2; and (iii) gestational diabetes in the last year.

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09/03/2020 Answered on 20/03/2020
AQW 2834/17-22 Mr Mark Durkan
(SDLP - Foyle)
To ask the Minister of Finance whether his Department intends to ring-fence money generated through the Soft Drinks Industry Levy to spend on addressing obesity and type 2 diabetes.

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27/02/2020 Answered on 09/03/2020
AQW 2833/17-22 Mr Mark Durkan
(SDLP - Foyle)
To ask the Minister of Health what progress has been made on cross-departmental proposals to improve dental health and on addressing obesity and yype 2 diabetes.

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27/02/2020 Answered on 12/03/2020
AQO 757/16-21 Mr Fra McCann
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister of Health for an update on the diabetes strategy.

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17/11/2016 Answered on 28/11/2016
AQW 3416/16-21 Mr Gordon Lyons
(DUP - East Antrim)
To ask the Minister of Health for her assessment of the benefits that could accrue from enhanced spend on diabetes programme’s such as Dose Adjustment for Normal Eating.

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19/09/2016 Answered on 09/11/2016
AQW 2537/16-21 Ms Michaela Boyle
(SF - West Tyrone)
To ask the Minister of Health whether consideration had been given to providing diabetes sensors via the NHS.

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07/09/2016 Answered on 22/09/2016
AQW 2509/16-21 Dr Caoimhe Archibald
(SF - East Londonderry)
To ask the Minister of Health whether consideration is being given by her Department to make available continuous monitoring for children with type 1 diabetes; and when this will be introduced.

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06/09/2016 Answered on 22/09/2016
AQW 2305/16-21 Mr Robbie Butler
(UUP - Lagan Valley)
To ask the Minister of Health to detail the number of people with (i) type 1; and (ii) type 2 diabetes, in each of the last ten years.

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01/07/2016 Answered on 08/07/2016
AQW 2303/16-21 Mr Robbie Butler
(UUP - Lagan Valley)
To ask the Minister of Health to detail the total cost of treating diabetes-related conditions, over each of the last ten years.

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01/07/2016 Answered on 11/07/2016
AQW 1899/16-21 Mr Sydney Anderson
(DUP - Upper Bann)
To ask the Minister of Health (i) for her assessment of the challenges that diabetes poses to the National Health Service; and (ii) to outline what action will be taken to deal with such challenges.

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28/06/2016 Answered on 08/07/2016
AQW 1315/16-21 Mr Gordon Lyons
(DUP - East Antrim)
To ask the Minister of Health to detail the per capita spend on diabetes education in each Health and Social Care Trust area in each of the last three years.

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16/06/2016 Answered on 11/07/2016
AQW 1314/16-21 Mr Gordon Lyons
(DUP - East Antrim)
To ask the Minister of Health to detail the total amount spent by each Health and Social Care Trust on diabetes education in each of the last three years.

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16/06/2016 Answered on 11/07/2016
AQO 9835/11-16 Mr Gordon Lyons
(DUP - East Antrim)
To ask the Minister of Health, Social Services and Public Safety to outline the steps he has taken to improve care for people with diabetes.

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25/02/2016 Answered on 09/03/2016
AQW 55295/11-16 Mrs Brenda Hale
(DUP - Lagan Valley)
To ask the Minister of Health, Social Services and Public Safety what information and practical care is available to expectant mothers with type 2 diabetes.

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08/03/2016 Answered on 23/03/2016
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