Table 2

Example prediction framework data

PatientGuidelinesPatient 3
Patient 3
Patient 24
Patient 24
IMDDeprived areas <6437.613 34918 942
EthnicityIndianWhite British
HbA1c<7.4% or 57.4 mmol/mol11.10% 97.8 mmol/molReduced (baseline measurement is high so there is scope for change)12.1% 108.7 mmol/molReduced (had baseline been a bit lower no change would have been predicted because current dietary changes are not substantial and she is already doing enough exercise)
Waist94 cm white/black men; <90 cm Asian men; <80 cm women96.52 cmNone114Reduced
Exercise>10 000 steps per day4872Increase (he talks about increasing his exercise)10 700.67None (already exercising enough)
AnxietyClinical limit >83None6None
DepressionClinical limit >83None0None
Diabetes distress>40 high distress; 20–40 moderate distress; <20 no distressed53.75Reduced (baseline measurement is high so there is scope for change)10None
Self-efficacy>101 high; 51–100 moderate; <50 low12096
Change talk: changes madeEats a healthy diet (mainly vegetarian, no alcohol, healthy food). Eats smaller portions. Has started walking moreCut down on butter and fat in diet. Has started walking more
Change talk: changes plannedTo increase exercise (walking, cycling, swimming), and find time for itTo increase her exercise—walk enough to get out of breath
Treatment satisfactionVery positive about DSMEDSME is a bit repetitive at times
  • DSME, Diabetes Management Self-Efficacy; HbA1c, glycated haemoglobin; IMD, Index of Multiple Deprivation.