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  • Netherlands | International Diabetes Federation
    storybook Public Consultations Education Self Management Education Resources International Curriculum Diabetes Education Modules International Standards IDF Peer Leader Manual Networks D NET Reference Centres for Diabetes Education Programmes Diabetes Africa Foot Initiative Objectives Participating Centres Technical committee Tools Diabetes Conversations KiDS Project Information Pack Brazil India Recognition Programme Epidemiology and Prevention Diabetes Atlas Scientific papers Papers Posters Topics Metabolic syndrome FAQ s Metabolic Syndrome in Children Criteria National diabetes programmes Prevention Consensus Summary Sleep Apnoea Risk prediction Risk Score map Risk prediction tools PREDICT 2 Essential Care Emergencies and disasters Guidelines Guideline development Childhood and Adolescence Postmeal Glucose Pregnancy and diabetes Self monitoring Type 2 Diabetes Treatment Algorithm Oral health Guideline Managing Older People T2D Life for a Child About Advisory Group FAQs Multimedia Publications Updates Site visits Countries Donate Tax deductibility Testimonials Education resources DKA awareness Fundraising Spare a Rose Partners Contacts Publications Annual Report Diabetes Voice About Issues Submit an article Reproduction E alerts Contact us DRCP Newsletters Translational Research BRIDGES The Programme Supported Projects Long Term LT07 135 LT09 261 LT09 277 LT10 334 LT10 341 LT10 342 LT10 346 LT07 121 LT07 115 LT09 227 LT07 157 LT09 258 Short Term ST10 024 ST12 026 ST12 044 ST12 050 ST12 041 ST12 035 ST12 032 ST12 024 ST12 019 ST12 007 ST10 012 ST10 006 ST09 049 ST09 040 ST09 034 ST09 025 ST09 016 ST07 036 ST07 025 ST07 015 ST07 009 ST07 004 ST07 002 Funding Round D START Publications Research Net Tools Contact Symposium Women and Diabetes Women and Diabetes Programme Aims Activities Partners and Allies Track Record Issues Socioeconomic determinants of health Gestational Diabetes Early Origins of Diabetes Reproductive Maternal and Child Health Early Origins Stigma and Discrimination Resources WINGS News Highlights Multistate Survey Testimonials World Diabetes Congress Media Past congresses Melbourne 2013 Programme and Webcasts Dubai 2011 Statistics Registration Stats Dubai Programme Stats Dubai IDF 5K Montreal 2009 Statistics Final programme Impressions Statistics Programme Registration Cape Town 2006 Statistics Summary IDF congresses Contact World Diabetes Day Young Leaders in Diabetes About the YLD The YLD logo Meet the Young Leaders YLD activities Conferences Videos Join us FAQs Contact form About diabetes Complications Risk factors Signs and symptoms Prevention Events Search form Search You are here Home Europe Netherlands Did you know The Dutch famine known as the Hongerwinter killed 22 000 people in the German occupied part of the Netherlands during the winter of 1944 1945 towards the end of World War II With a military blockade cutting off food and fuel shipments approximately 4 5 million people were affected Because the famine took place in a modern developed country albeit suffering military occupation and was therefore very well documented it provided opportunities for researchers to learn about the effects of famine on human health The Dutch Famine Birth Cohort Study found made the groundbreaking discovery that the children of pregnant women exposed to famine were more susceptible to chronic diseases like diabetes obesity and heart disease Data collected over the

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  • Mali | International Diabetes Federation
    Impact Review UN Resolution on Diabetes Parliamentarians for Diabetes Policy and Practice Partnerships and Allies Resources and Tools Toolkit Global Diabetes Scorecard Diabetes storybook Public Consultations Education Self Management Education Resources International Curriculum Diabetes Education Modules International Standards IDF Peer Leader Manual Networks D NET Reference Centres for Diabetes Education Programmes Diabetes Africa Foot Initiative Objectives Participating Centres Technical committee Tools Diabetes Conversations KiDS Project Information Pack Brazil India Recognition Programme Epidemiology and Prevention Diabetes Atlas Scientific papers Papers Posters Topics Metabolic syndrome FAQ s Metabolic Syndrome in Children Criteria National diabetes programmes Prevention Consensus Summary Sleep Apnoea Risk prediction Risk Score map Risk prediction tools PREDICT 2 Essential Care Emergencies and disasters Guidelines Guideline development Childhood and Adolescence Postmeal Glucose Pregnancy and diabetes Self monitoring Type 2 Diabetes Treatment Algorithm Oral health Guideline Managing Older People T2D Life for a Child About Advisory Group FAQs Multimedia Publications Updates Site visits Countries Donate Tax deductibility Testimonials Education resources DKA awareness Fundraising Spare a Rose Partners Contacts Publications Annual Report Diabetes Voice About Issues Submit an article Reproduction E alerts Contact us DRCP Newsletters Translational Research BRIDGES The Programme Supported Projects Long Term LT07 135 LT09 261 LT09 277 LT10 334 LT10 341 LT10 342 LT10 346 LT07 121 LT07 115 LT09 227 LT07 157 LT09 258 Short Term ST10 024 ST12 026 ST12 044 ST12 050 ST12 041 ST12 035 ST12 032 ST12 024 ST12 019 ST12 007 ST10 012 ST10 006 ST09 049 ST09 040 ST09 034 ST09 025 ST09 016 ST07 036 ST07 025 ST07 015 ST07 009 ST07 004 ST07 002 Funding Round D START Publications Research Net Tools Contact Symposium Women and Diabetes Women and Diabetes Programme Aims Activities Partners and Allies Track Record Issues Socioeconomic determinants of health Gestational Diabetes Early Origins of Diabetes Reproductive Maternal and Child Health Early Origins Stigma and Discrimination Resources WINGS News Highlights Multistate Survey Testimonials World Diabetes Congress Media Past congresses Melbourne 2013 Programme and Webcasts Dubai 2011 Statistics Registration Stats Dubai Programme Stats Dubai IDF 5K Montreal 2009 Statistics Final programme Impressions Statistics Programme Registration Cape Town 2006 Statistics Summary IDF congresses Contact World Diabetes Day Young Leaders in Diabetes About the YLD The YLD logo Meet the Young Leaders YLD activities Conferences Videos Join us FAQs Contact form About diabetes Complications Risk factors Signs and symptoms Prevention Events Search form Search You are here Home Africa Mali Did you know Mali is faced with a major nutritional humanitarian and security crisis An estimated 4 6 million people are at risk of food insecurity Health centres in the north of the country do not receive regular medical supplies due to ongoing political and military conflict 1 These problems compound the already precarious conditions for people with diabetes in Mali where people with diabetes spend on average 61 per capita income to manage their condition The average life expectancy for a person in Mali who needs to take insulin is 30 months 2 1 World Health Organization Humanitarian health

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  • About Us | International Diabetes Federation
    and Allies Resources and Tools Toolkit Global Diabetes Scorecard Diabetes storybook Public Consultations Education Self Management Education Resources International Curriculum Diabetes Education Modules International Standards IDF Peer Leader Manual Networks D NET Reference Centres for Diabetes Education Programmes Diabetes Africa Foot Initiative Objectives Participating Centres Technical committee Tools Diabetes Conversations KiDS Project Information Pack Brazil India Recognition Programme Epidemiology and Prevention Diabetes Atlas Scientific papers Papers Posters Topics Metabolic syndrome FAQ s Metabolic Syndrome in Children Criteria National diabetes programmes Prevention Consensus Summary Sleep Apnoea Risk prediction Risk Score map Risk prediction tools PREDICT 2 Essential Care Emergencies and disasters Guidelines Guideline development Childhood and Adolescence Postmeal Glucose Pregnancy and diabetes Self monitoring Type 2 Diabetes Treatment Algorithm Oral health Guideline Managing Older People T2D Life for a Child About Advisory Group FAQs Multimedia Publications Updates Site visits Countries Donate Tax deductibility Testimonials Education resources DKA awareness Fundraising Spare a Rose Partners Contacts Publications Annual Report Diabetes Voice About Issues Submit an article Reproduction E alerts Contact us DRCP Newsletters Translational Research BRIDGES The Programme Supported Projects Long Term LT07 135 LT09 261 LT09 277 LT10 334 LT10 341 LT10 342 LT10 346 LT07 121 LT07 115 LT09 227 LT07 157 LT09 258 Short Term ST10 024 ST12 026 ST12 044 ST12 050 ST12 041 ST12 035 ST12 032 ST12 024 ST12 019 ST12 007 ST10 012 ST10 006 ST09 049 ST09 040 ST09 034 ST09 025 ST09 016 ST07 036 ST07 025 ST07 015 ST07 009 ST07 004 ST07 002 Funding Round D START Publications Research Net Tools Contact Symposium Women and Diabetes Women and Diabetes Programme Aims Activities Partners and Allies Track Record Issues Socioeconomic determinants of health Gestational Diabetes Early Origins of Diabetes Reproductive Maternal and Child Health Early Origins Stigma and Discrimination Resources WINGS News Highlights

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  • General information | International Diabetes Federation
    Syndrome in Children Criteria National diabetes programmes Prevention Consensus Summary Sleep Apnoea Risk prediction Risk Score map Risk prediction tools PREDICT 2 Essential Care Emergencies and disasters Guidelines Guideline development Childhood and Adolescence Postmeal Glucose Pregnancy and diabetes Self monitoring Type 2 Diabetes Treatment Algorithm Oral health Guideline Managing Older People T2D Life for a Child About Advisory Group FAQs Multimedia Publications Updates Site visits Countries Donate Tax deductibility Testimonials Education resources DKA awareness Fundraising Spare a Rose Partners Contacts Publications Annual Report Diabetes Voice About Issues Submit an article Reproduction E alerts Contact us DRCP Newsletters Translational Research BRIDGES The Programme Supported Projects Long Term LT07 135 LT09 261 LT09 277 LT10 334 LT10 341 LT10 342 LT10 346 LT07 121 LT07 115 LT09 227 LT07 157 LT09 258 Short Term ST10 024 ST12 026 ST12 044 ST12 050 ST12 041 ST12 035 ST12 032 ST12 024 ST12 019 ST12 007 ST10 012 ST10 006 ST09 049 ST09 040 ST09 034 ST09 025 ST09 016 ST07 036 ST07 025 ST07 015 ST07 009 ST07 004 ST07 002 Funding Round D START Publications Research Net Tools Contact Symposium Women and Diabetes Women and Diabetes Programme Aims Activities Partners and Allies Track Record Issues Socioeconomic determinants of health Gestational Diabetes Early Origins of Diabetes Reproductive Maternal and Child Health Early Origins Stigma and Discrimination Resources WINGS News Highlights Multistate Survey Testimonials World Diabetes Congress Media Past congresses Melbourne 2013 Programme and Webcasts Dubai 2011 Statistics Registration Stats Dubai Programme Stats Dubai IDF 5K Montreal 2009 Statistics Final programme Impressions Statistics Programme Registration Cape Town 2006 Statistics Summary IDF congresses Contact World Diabetes Day Young Leaders in Diabetes About the YLD The YLD logo Meet the Young Leaders YLD activities Conferences Videos Join us FAQs Contact form About diabetes Complications Risk factors Signs and symptoms Prevention Events Search form Search You are here Home BRIDGES General information The first four rounds of funding for BRIDGES have been completed Information about further rounds will be made available here Rounds 1 2 3 4 Announcement 23 06 2007 01 01 2009 01 06 2010 June 2011 Deadline to receive applications 02 11 2007 31 03 2009 01 10 2010 15 02 2012 Selection December 2007 October 2009 March 2011 March 2012 Applicants Expertise and experience is sought from behavourial scientifists health services researchers epidemiologists economists sociologists psychologists anthropologists political scientists medical information experts biostatisticians community experts people living with diabetes physicians nurses social workers clinicians nutritionists physical activity experts and pharmacists There is also the possibility of partnering with researchers institutions organizations in different countries regions and communities Eligibility Relevant topics include Methods to improve health care delivery for patients with or at risk of diabetes Strategies to enhance diabetes self management Methods to develop strategies to promote healthy lifestyles to reduce the risk of diabetes New cost effective ways to identify people with pre diabetes and treat diabetes Important considerations are the cost effectiveness and sustainability of the intervention s proposed and the

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/bridges/general-information (2016-02-11)
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  • Review Procedure | International Diabetes Federation
    Benefits How to join Our members Partners Why Partner How to Partner Meet our Partners Contact Champions What We do Advocacy and Policy Strategy Diabetes Priorities Twin Track Approach Global Campaigns Current Campaigns Global NCD Framework Future Development Framework Campaign Updates UN Summit on NCDs Roadmap Timeline Impact Review UN Resolution on Diabetes Parliamentarians for Diabetes Policy and Practice Partnerships and Allies Resources and Tools Toolkit Global Diabetes Scorecard Diabetes storybook Public Consultations Education Self Management Education Resources International Curriculum Diabetes Education Modules International Standards IDF Peer Leader Manual Networks D NET Reference Centres for Diabetes Education Programmes Diabetes Africa Foot Initiative Objectives Participating Centres Technical committee Tools Diabetes Conversations KiDS Project Information Pack Brazil India Recognition Programme Epidemiology and Prevention Diabetes Atlas Scientific papers Papers Posters Topics Metabolic syndrome FAQ s Metabolic Syndrome in Children Criteria National diabetes programmes Prevention Consensus Summary Sleep Apnoea Risk prediction Risk Score map Risk prediction tools PREDICT 2 Essential Care Emergencies and disasters Guidelines Guideline development Childhood and Adolescence Postmeal Glucose Pregnancy and diabetes Self monitoring Type 2 Diabetes Treatment Algorithm Oral health Guideline Managing Older People T2D Life for a Child About Advisory Group FAQs Multimedia Publications Updates Site visits Countries Donate Tax deductibility Testimonials Education resources DKA awareness Fundraising Spare a Rose Partners Contacts Publications Annual Report Diabetes Voice About Issues Submit an article Reproduction E alerts Contact us DRCP Newsletters Translational Research BRIDGES The Programme Supported Projects Long Term LT07 135 LT09 261 LT09 277 LT10 334 LT10 341 LT10 342 LT10 346 LT07 121 LT07 115 LT09 227 LT07 157 LT09 258 Short Term ST10 024 ST12 026 ST12 044 ST12 050 ST12 041 ST12 035 ST12 032 ST12 024 ST12 019 ST12 007 ST10 012 ST10 006 ST09 049 ST09 040 ST09 034 ST09 025 ST09 016 ST07

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/review-procedure-3rd-round-of-funding (2016-02-11)
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  • Workshops | International Diabetes Federation
    and Tools Toolkit Global Diabetes Scorecard Diabetes storybook Public Consultations Education Self Management Education Resources International Curriculum Diabetes Education Modules International Standards IDF Peer Leader Manual Networks D NET Reference Centres for Diabetes Education Programmes Diabetes Africa Foot Initiative Objectives Participating Centres Technical committee Tools Diabetes Conversations KiDS Project Information Pack Brazil India Recognition Programme Epidemiology and Prevention Diabetes Atlas Scientific papers Papers Posters Topics Metabolic syndrome FAQ s Metabolic Syndrome in Children Criteria National diabetes programmes Prevention Consensus Summary Sleep Apnoea Risk prediction Risk Score map Risk prediction tools PREDICT 2 Essential Care Emergencies and disasters Guidelines Guideline development Childhood and Adolescence Postmeal Glucose Pregnancy and diabetes Self monitoring Type 2 Diabetes Treatment Algorithm Oral health Guideline Managing Older People T2D Life for a Child About Advisory Group FAQs Multimedia Publications Updates Site visits Countries Donate Tax deductibility Testimonials Education resources DKA awareness Fundraising Spare a Rose Partners Contacts Publications Annual Report Diabetes Voice About Issues Submit an article Reproduction E alerts Contact us DRCP Newsletters Translational Research BRIDGES The Programme Supported Projects Long Term LT07 135 LT09 261 LT09 277 LT10 334 LT10 341 LT10 342 LT10 346 LT07 121 LT07 115 LT09 227 LT07 157 LT09 258 Short Term ST10 024 ST12 026 ST12 044 ST12 050 ST12 041 ST12 035 ST12 032 ST12 024 ST12 019 ST12 007 ST10 012 ST10 006 ST09 049 ST09 040 ST09 034 ST09 025 ST09 016 ST07 036 ST07 025 ST07 015 ST07 009 ST07 004 ST07 002 Funding Round D START Publications Research Net Tools Contact Symposium Women and Diabetes Women and Diabetes Programme Aims Activities Partners and Allies Track Record Issues Socioeconomic determinants of health Gestational Diabetes Early Origins of Diabetes Reproductive Maternal and Child Health Early Origins Stigma and Discrimination Resources WINGS News Highlights Multistate Survey Testimonials

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  • FAQ | International Diabetes Federation
    Early Origins Stigma and Discrimination Resources WINGS News Highlights Multistate Survey Testimonials World Diabetes Congress Media Past congresses Melbourne 2013 Programme and Webcasts Dubai 2011 Statistics Registration Stats Dubai Programme Stats Dubai IDF 5K Montreal 2009 Statistics Final programme Impressions Statistics Programme Registration Cape Town 2006 Statistics Summary IDF congresses Contact World Diabetes Day Young Leaders in Diabetes About the YLD The YLD logo Meet the Young Leaders YLD activities Conferences Videos Join us FAQs Contact form About diabetes Complications Risk factors Signs and symptoms Prevention Events Search form Search You are here Home BRIDGES FAQ 1 What is translational research Translational research transforms currently available knowledge into useful measures for everyday clinical and public health practice Translation research aims to assess implementation of standards of care understand the barriers to their implementation and intervene throughout all levels of health care delivery and public health to improve quality of care and health outcomes including quality of life from Narayan et al Diabetes Translation Research Where Are We and Where Do We Want To Be in Ann Intern Med 2004 140 958 963 2 What type of projects does BRIDGES support BRIDGES supports 2 types of projects Short term projects for a maximum duration of 2 years and a maximum amount of USD 65 000 Long term projects for a maximum duration of 3 years and a maximum amount of USD 400 000 3 What should the budget for each project include The budget for each project submitted must include both the direct and indirect costs ie overhead costs including the financial audit 4 Can the purchase of drugs eg insulinosensitizers or anoxerigens be included in the budget No the purchase of drugs may not be included in the budget 5 How should salaries be accounted for in the budget Only salaries directly linked to the project can be included in the direct costs for example the salary of the principal investigator can be included in the direct costs The salary of a person dedicating a limited amount of time to the project eg the accountant of the institution dedicating 5 of his her time will be included in the overhead costs 6 What are the criteria for selection The Review Committee will focus on the following criteria when considering an application Programme objectives Significance of the research to the wider diabetes community Investigator qualifications and demonstration of competence for conducting work in the area Appropriate facilities and operational infrastructure to conduct the proposed project Demonstration of appropriate project financial management Participants welfare ethical approval and practice potential benefits for the participants 7 In what currency will the grants be allocated All grants will be allocated in US Dollars 8 Is it necessary to have completed a short term grant in order to apply for a long term grant No a project does not have to have succesfully completed a short term grant to apply for a long term grant 9 What is a financial audit A financial audit or more

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  • About BRIDGES
    adopted in real world settings for the prevention and control of diabetes Projects should be based on interventions already proven to be effective in trials to prevent and treat diabetes to improve care of type 1 and type 2 diabetes and delay its complications The interventions proposed should have the potential to be widely disseminated to clinical practice individuals and communities The scope of the funding is to help communities

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