Download our referral pack or follow the steps below to help REWIND type 2 diabetes today.
Programme inclusion criteria
Aged over 18 and registered with a GP in North West London
Type 2 diabetes - Diagnosed less than 12 years ago
Not on insulin, pregnant or planning a pregnancy
A guide to the REWIND pathways including inclusion criteria, exclusion criteria, coding and medication.
A simple step by step guide on how to refer patients to the REWIND programme.
A sample invite to send out to all eligible patients via SMS. Don't forget to include our website link to help patients understand the benefits of the programme.
The Total Diet Replacement (TDR) pathway is offering a subsidy to indivduals on Universal Credit. Please review the protocol to understand allocations.
Our providers, Xyla Health & Wellbeing, have created an easy-to-follow information sheet for patients wanting to know more about the programme and what it offers. Download the PDF.
Our providers, Xyla Health & Wellbeing, have created an information sheet for Healthcare Professionals wanting to understand what the programme and what it offers. Download the PDF.
For EMIS users only:
Please right-click and save to download these three documents BEFORE importing into EMIS:
Step 2: Discuss and Refer
Make sure that you discuss REWIND with your patient before referring. Use the consultation checklist in our referrers pack.
For patients to learn more about the programme, please refer them to our weekly Q&A session with the REWIND team. This is held every Thursday at 12:00 via Microsoft Teams which they can register for here.
You may also want to send them this video, which highlights the key parts of the programme or direct them to the patient REWIND website.
Here is a completed example of a REWIND referral form
Step 3: De-prescribe and Monitor
Download our Referral and De-Prescribing Protocol
Have further questions?
Download our Frequently Asked Questions or if you would like to ask a question directly, then leave your details below to join our MS Teams FAQ drop-in sessions any time between 12-1pm on a Wednesday.
What happens next?