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  • LFAC Medical and Scientific Advisory Group | International Diabetes Federation
    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 What We do Life for a Child About LFAC Medical and Scientific Advisory Group The Life for a Child Medical and Scientific Advisory Group was set up to support the Programme in achieving its vision that No child should die of diabetes The group is composed of 26 International Advisors and 52 Country Advisors who will over a two year term 2012 14 Advise on new initiatives that are being planned e g reduction of misdiagnosis management of microalbuminuria Assist with site visits assessments and establishment of twinning mentoring relationships Assist with the development of educational resources in different languages Identify special needs new directions for the Programme Advise on the development of training programmes The International Advisors bring a wealth of knowledge that covers not only medical specialities but also science law social media human rights sport management and supply chain expertise leadership of international diabetes associations and advocacy The Country Advisors are the local champions of Life for a Child and work tirelessly in their country to support children and youth with diabetes and families in need Without their work on the ground the Programme would be unable to continue The establishment of the Medical Scientific Advisory Group provides Life for a Child with the opportunity to formally recognise a select group of dedicated individuals who make such an important contribution to the Programme s success LFAC Medical and Scientific Advisory Group 2012 2014 INTERNATIONAL ADVISORS Dr Holley Allen Holyoke Massachussets USA Dr Mark Atkinson Gainesville USA Dr Silver Bahendeka Kampala Uganda Mr Stéphane Besançon Bamako Mali Dr Stuart Brink Boston USA Dr Larry Deeb Tallahassee USA Mr Neil Donelan Ballarat Australia Dr Deborah Edidin Chicago USA Dr John Gattorna Sydney Australia Dr Ragnar Hanas Uddevalla Sweden Mr Manny Hernandez Berkeley USA Sir Michael Hirst Edinburgh Scotland Assoc Prof Alicia Jenkins

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/lifeforachild/medical-scientific-advisory-group (2016-02-11)
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  • FAQs | International Diabetes Federation
    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 What We do Life for a Child About FAQs How do I make a donation to the IDF Life for a Child Programme Is my donation tax deductible Where does my money go What feedback do I receive Can I sponsor an individual child Can my association or company help How can I raise money for Life for a Child How can I volunteer for Life for a Child My centre has excellent diabetes education materials for young people would these be useful to Life for a Child I would like to run a diabetes awareness campaign can I use your materials How do I make a donation to the IDF Life for a Child Programme There are several ways to donate to Life for a Child Please visit the donations page for more information Is my donation tax deductible Donations to Life for a Child are currently tax deductible in the following countries Australia Canada the Netherlands United Kingdom and USA Please visit the tax deductibility page for more information Where does my money go Donations to Life for a Child are used to provide Insulin Blood glucose self monitoring equipment meters test strips lancets Hba1c point of care testing Diabetes education materials Training and technical support for health professionals Other support and programme development and management are also covered Less than 5 of funds are used for administration Financial trails and health outcomes are carefully monitored by the Programme management team Along with detailed and regular financial information centres also send an annual list of the children who are supported along with full medical details on each child de identified Site visits of centres by international experts are conducted as needed What feedback do I receive As a sponsor you will receive a biannual newsletter keeping you up to date with the progress of the Programme around the world A receipt for your donation will either be sent within two weeks one off donations or at the end of the Australian financial year recurring donations Can I sponsor an individual child It is not possible for donors to directly support an individual child in the IDF Life for a Child Programme There are serious ethical issues with expressly linking sponsors and children with chronic disease in potentially vulnerable situations The time and resources required to gather feedback on individual children for individual donors would be extremely high as often families live in rural or hard to reach areas Life for a Child seeks to improve clinical care standards for all young people with diabetes as well as encouraging best use of limited resources The cost of support for one child varies substantially from country to country due to variability of government support and other factors including cost of supplies and

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/lifeforachild/faqs (2016-02-11)
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  • Life for a Child Films | International Diabetes Federation
    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

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/lifeforachild/film (2016-02-11)
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  • Publications | International Diabetes Federation
    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 What We do Life for a Child About Publications Annual Report 2014 was another important year of growth for the IDF Life for a Child Programme with the number of children supported increasing by 24 and five new countries joining LFAC Archive IDF ISPAD Pocket Book for Management of Diabetes in Childhood and Adolescence in Under resourced Countries The International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes ISPAD has released comprehensive guidelines in 1995 2000 and 2009 Using these guidelines the International Diabetes Federation IDF and ISPAD published the Global Guideline for Diabetes in Children and Adolescence in 2011 The Pocketbook is very simple and easy to understand It is not voluminous It will be of good help to doctors and

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/lifeforachild/publications (2016-02-11)
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  • Updates | International Diabetes Federation
    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 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

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/lifeforachild/updates (2016-02-11)
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  • Site visits | International Diabetes Federation
    during difficult clinical cases where knowledge sharing could impact health outcomes For LFAC specifically the visits allow a review of progress an up to date needs assessment and insight into the current national situation for children with diabetes If a paediatric endocrinolgist visits the trip can include reviews of specific patients complicated cases discussion and teaching of local staff In addition to their clinical knowledge of diabetes where possible LFAC facilitates visitors able to speak the native language Since January 2014 seven site visits have already been realised all with highly experienced diabetes health professionals LFAC s professional collaboration with the International Society for Adolescent and Paediatric Diabetes ISPAD has been a key component in the increasing numbers of site visits and establishment of professional relationships between centres in developing and developed countries The map shows the number of site visits that have taken place in 2013 14 BOLIVIA Dr Stuart Brink an experienced paediatric endocrinologist spent time in Cochabamba with the Vivir Con Diabetes team Fluent in Spanish Dr Brink met with staff at the four Vivir con Diabetes Centers and spent several sessions with parents children adolescents and young adults receiving care answering questions discussing ongoing research and their own progress in improved diabetes care throughout Bolivia It was quite remarkable and extraordinary to see the results of a programme working so well commented Dr Brink and the resources of LFAC being put to such good use under the supervision of Dr Elizabeth Duarte and the multidisciplinary team she has created at Vivir con Diabetes in these four cities in Bolivia Hopefully this will be the beginning of an ongoing mentoring and support relationship as part of the LFAC sustainability path with similar centers Vivir s Director Dr Duarte emailed LFAC following the visit I want to thank you so much for all the support you gave to our children and young people with diabetes in Bolivia the visit of Stuart has been part of this important support BURUNDI Dr Patrick Garandeau a French paediatric endocrinologist previously working in Reunion visited Burundi s capital Bujumbura where LFAC works directly with the Department of Public Health Programme National Integre de Lutte contre les Maladies Chroniques Non Transmissibles Here he met key health department staff and visited several diabetes centres within Bujumbura At the offices of the Diabetes Association FRADMI Dr Garandeau was able to interact with children youth and their parents discussing having diabetes and the challenges it brings GUYANA Dr Audrey Austin a Guyanese native and prominent US paediatric endocrinologist was hosted by the Guyana Diabetes Association during her visit to Georgetown and surrounds The program is worthwhile commented Dr Austin and I hope we will be able to grow it in Guyana to improve the health of Guyana s children As part of the visit she ran a teaching seminar that was attended by some of the country s junior doctors and dieticians Audrey did a wonderful job all over praised Mrs Glynis Beaton Head of the

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/lifeforachild/site-visits (2016-02-11)
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  • LFAC supported countries | International Diabetes Federation
    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 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 What We do Life for a Child LFAC supported countries The IDF Life for a Child Programme is currently helping over 17 000 CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH DIABETES IN 46 COUNTRIES COUNTRY SITES NR OF CHILDREN Azerbaijan Whole country 153 Bangladesh Dhaka 1835 Bolivia Whole country 160 Burkina Faso Ouagadougou 30 Burundi Bujumbura 200 Cambodia Siem Reap 5 Cayman Islands Whole country 20 Central African Republic Democratic Republic of Congo Kinshasa and surrounds Goma 214 Dominican Republic Santo Domingo 250 Ecuador Guayaquil Quito and surrounds 160 Eritrea Asmara 800 Ethiopia Addis Ababa 1375 Ghana Accra and surrounds

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/lifeforachild/countries (2016-02-11)
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  • Donate to Life for a Child | International Diabetes Federation
    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 What We do Life for a Child Donate to Life for a Child The scope of what needs to be done is vast Diabetes management is complex While the first step is getting access to insulin it needs to be followed up with education on managing diabetes extending sustained care and also improving the quality of care This takes both time and ongoing resources so donations such as yours are crucial to the success and longevity of the Life for a Child Programme Thank you for your contribution Dr Graham Ogle LFAC General Manager By donating just 1 a day to the IDF Life for a Child LFAC Programme you can provide a child with Regular insulin Quality blood glucose monitoring equipment meter strips lancets Essential clinical care Up to date diabetes education materials Specialised diabetes training for medical staff Donations to the Programme are carefully directed to key areas of diabetes care and management so that established paediatric diabetes centres and associations can provide the best possible care given local circumstances to all children and youth with diabetes in developing countries Financial trails and health

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