The Kuwait Health Network: utilising routinely collected data to support the quality improvement of diabetes care in Kuwait

N. T. Conway (Lead / Corresponding author), A. F. Al Khuzam, S. Al Ali, J. Al Faraj, S. Al Mansour, S. Al Musallam, A. Bell, A. Judson, C. Kelly, D. Sibbald, D. J. Wake, K. Behbehani

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2013
    EventScottish Health Informatics Programme 4th International Conference: "Exploiting Existing Data for Health Research" - St Andrews, United Kingdom
    Duration: 28 Aug 201330 Aug 2013

    Conference

    ConferenceScottish Health Informatics Programme 4th International Conference: "Exploiting Existing Data for Health Research"
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CitySt Andrews
    Period28/08/1330/08/13

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    Conway, N. T., Al Khuzam, A. F., Al Ali, S., Al Faraj, J., Al Mansour, S., Al Musallam, S., ... Behbehani, K. (2013). The Kuwait Health Network: utilising routinely collected data to support the quality improvement of diabetes care in Kuwait. Abstract from Scottish Health Informatics Programme 4th International Conference: "Exploiting Existing Data for Health Research", St Andrews, United Kingdom.
    Conway, N. T. ; Al Khuzam, A. F. ; Al Ali, S. ; Al Faraj, J. ; Al Mansour, S. ; Al Musallam, S. ; Bell, A. ; Judson, A. ; Kelly, C. ; Sibbald, D. ; Wake, D. J. ; Behbehani, K. / The Kuwait Health Network : utilising routinely collected data to support the quality improvement of diabetes care in Kuwait. Abstract from Scottish Health Informatics Programme 4th International Conference: "Exploiting Existing Data for Health Research", St Andrews, United Kingdom.
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    Conway, NT, Al Khuzam, AF, Al Ali, S, Al Faraj, J, Al Mansour, S, Al Musallam, S, Bell, A, Judson, A, Kelly, C, Sibbald, D, Wake, DJ & Behbehani, K 2013, 'The Kuwait Health Network: utilising routinely collected data to support the quality improvement of diabetes care in Kuwait' Scottish Health Informatics Programme 4th International Conference: "Exploiting Existing Data for Health Research", St Andrews, United Kingdom, 28/08/13 - 30/08/13, .

    The Kuwait Health Network : utilising routinely collected data to support the quality improvement of diabetes care in Kuwait. / Conway, N. T. (Lead / Corresponding author); Al Khuzam, A. F.; Al Ali, S. ; Al Faraj, J.; Al Mansour, S.; Al Musallam, S.; Bell, A.; Judson, A.; Kelly, C.; Sibbald, D.; Wake, D. J.; Behbehani, K.

    2013. Abstract from Scottish Health Informatics Programme 4th International Conference: "Exploiting Existing Data for Health Research", St Andrews, United Kingdom.

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

    TY - CONF

    T1 - The Kuwait Health Network

    T2 - utilising routinely collected data to support the quality improvement of diabetes care in Kuwait

    AU - Conway, N. T.

    AU - Al Khuzam, A. F.

    AU - Al Ali, S.

    AU - Al Faraj, J.

    AU - Al Mansour, S.

    AU - Al Musallam, S.

    AU - Bell, A.

    AU - Judson, A.

    AU - Kelly, C.

    AU - Sibbald, D.

    AU - Wake, D. J.

    AU - Behbehani, K.

    PY - 2013

    Y1 - 2013

    M3 - Abstract

    ER -

    Conway NT, Al Khuzam AF, Al Ali S, Al Faraj J, Al Mansour S, Al Musallam S et al. The Kuwait Health Network: utilising routinely collected data to support the quality improvement of diabetes care in Kuwait. 2013. Abstract from Scottish Health Informatics Programme 4th International Conference: "Exploiting Existing Data for Health Research", St Andrews, United Kingdom.