Publications List

2012 – 2023

Unadkat N, Evans L, Nasir L, Thomas P, and Chandok R (2012); Taking Diabetes Services out of the hospital and into the community; Awarded Service Redesign Poster of the Year RCGP conference.

Roberts S, Unadkat N, Chandok R, and Sawtell T, (2012) Learning from the Integrated Care Pilot in West London; London J Prim Care (Abingdon). 5(1): 59–62. 

Chandok R, Unadkat N,  Nasir L, Evans L and Thomas P (2013) How Ealing Health Networks can contribute to efficient and quality healthcare; London J Prim Care (Abingdon). 5(2): 62–64.

Evans L, Nasir L, Thomas P, Unadkat N and  Chandok R (2013) Taking diabetes services out of hospital into the community; London J Prim Care (Abingdon); 5(2): 65–69.

Willis T, Chandok R, Delgado R, Razak Y, Robertson L, Dornhorst A. The NWL-DTP: the journey so far in optimising diabetes care within NW London. Practical Diabetes 2019; Volume 36.2 March/April 2019.

Chandok R, Baynes K, Willis T, Birnbaum M, Unadkat. Collaborating for improving diabetes care in Ealing, London: a time for cautious optimism, years 2011 to 2018. Practical Diabetes 2019; Volume 36.6 November/December 2019.

Willis T, Delgado E, Chandok R, More A, Reddy B, Gilmour W, Robertson L, Silverstein A, Miller R. North West London Diabetes Transformation Programme, North West London Health and Care Partnership. The North West London Diabetes Transformation Programme : Reducing complications and cost. Abstract P485. Diabetic Medicine, 37, Issue S1, 163-173. 

Contributing Author NWL DIABETES GUIDELINES 2015 – 2020.

Policy for Community-Oriented Integrated Care. Thomas P, Chandok R, Calamos L, Colin-Thome D. 22nd July 2021

Community-Oriented Integrated Care (COIC) provides a vision for society where people of all backgrounds contribute to the health of whole populations. We can think of it as whole system integration for Health and Care where everything comes together through geographic areas of about 50,000 population. Policy promotes cycles of collaborative learning and coordinated change within and between these areas, to facilitate organic emergence of innovation and social cohesion, developing ‘flat’ inter-organisational relationships and systems-thinking. Within the activity, different stories and cultures are valued; trusted relationships are built through deep listening, shared vision and collaborative projects. This is different to traditional hierarchical approaches to policy.

Chandok R, Baynes K, Birnbaum T. An update to collaborating for improving diabetes care in Ealing, London: investment, integration and innovation, years 2011–2020; Practical Diabetes 2022; 39(1): 23–29.

Chandok, R.S., Madar, P. and Majeed, A.  A qualitative study of factors influencing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among South Asians in London JRSM Open 2022, 13(10): 1-6.

Chandok, Baynes K, Birnbaum T. Improving diabetes care in Ealing, London: An analysis of the NDA and diabetes‐related admissions data during first year of covid ‐19, Practical Diabetes 2023,  40(1):23-29.