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  • IDF Consultative Section on Diabetes Education
    South East Asia Key areas of work for DECS include Leadership development for health professionals Producing tools and resources for health professional education and training Developing strategic alliances Fostering communication and knowledge exchange among health professionals involved in diabetes care and research Recognizing high quality international diabetes education centres as exemplars of health care professional training Delivering high quality interdisciplinary training programmes Providing expert advice to the International Diabetes Federation

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  • Position Statement: Self-Management Education
    onset of diabetes related long term complications IDF Standards 2009 Although awareness of the value of education has improved similar barriers to access to DSME exist in both developed and developing countries The primary barrier to access to education is shortage of qualified diabetes educators IDF Diabetes Atlas 4th ed Additional barriers include lack of financial reimbursement or support for education and inability for people with diabetes to get time away from work to receive education There are inadequate resources to provide education to people with diabetes and those at risk of diabetes and to train health professional lay and peer educators Governments need to invest in education to support primary and secondary prevention and reduce health expenditure in the future It is the position of IDF that At the Individual Level All people with diabetes and those at risk of diabetes no matter where they live have the right to learn about diabetes how it can be prevented how it can be managed effectively and how to access educational and clinical resources High quality education includes assessing planning implementing using behaviour change strategies and evaluating the outcomes of diabetes self management education Diabetes self management education that integrates the clinical behavioural and psychosocial aspects of diabetes self management should be available and sustained The public must be made aware of the need to recognise diabetes early and how to prevent diabetes and the serious health consequences of diabetes At Health Care Settings and Professional Levels All healthcare providers have an education role when caring for people with diabetes and should facilitate access to diabetes self management education and on going support Diabetes education is best provided by an integrated interdisciplinary team including at a minimum the person with diabetes a nurse a dietitian and physician who are skilled in diabetes prevention and management as well as educational behavioural and psychosocial strategies Other team members e g family members pharmacists behavioural scientists can be included as needed Effective educational behavioural and psychosocial strategies should be included in health professional education programs and postgraduate curricula It should also be included in continuing education programs about diabetes and implemented based on the IDF International Curriculum for Health Professional Education At the National Level For the prevention and treatment of diabetes to be successful through educational initiatives governments and local national and international health associations must promote opportunities to enhance education provide financial support and facilitate access to and public awareness of diabetes self management education Health Ministries need to integrate a comprehensive diabetes self management education plan into their National Diabetes Programmes understanding the population level of risk and public health implications of the diabetes epidemic to their countries Health Ministries at all levels need to recognise the importance of diabetes self management education being acknowledged promulgated funded and delivered according to the IDF International Standards for Diabetes Education Governments need to develop rigorous accreditation systems for diabetes education and training complemented by regulatory frameworks developed in cooperation with health workers and

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  • International Standards for Diabetes Education | International Diabetes Federation
    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 Education Resources International Standards for Diabetes Education Diabetes is a serious health condition that poses challenges to a person s daily life emotional well being and perceived quality of life It increases one s risk of developing long term diabetes and other health related complications and encountering an early death To meet the global demand for effective diabetes prevention quality care and effective treatment strategies adequate resources must be allocated Standards of medical care for diabetes throughout the world recognise diabetes education as an essential component of quality diabetes care that achieves positive health outcomes Significantly 99 of the management of chronic diseases such as diabetes is undertaken by the person with the disease and or his or her caregivers Therefore initial and on going diabetes education must

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  • Resources
    Professionals 2015 2 Diabetes Education Modules 2011 3 The International Curriculum for Diabetes Health Professional Education 2008 4 The International Standards provide guidance about essential information that health professionals need to know about diabetes and its management and is intended for use by institutions that currently provide or wish to provide a health professional diabetes education programme The Diabetes Education Modules provide the content necessary for the IDF Curriculum and

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  • International Curriculum for Diabetes Health Professional Education (2008)
    Recherche FR pdf 56 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum I 6 Research EN pdf 57 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum I 6 Arastirma TK pdf 58 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum I 6 Research Chinese pdf 59 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum I 7 Evaluation Arab pdf 60 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum I 7 Evaluacion ES pdf 61 http www idf org webdata docs IDF 20Curriculum I 7 20Evaluation EN pdf 62 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum I 7 Evaluation FR pdf 63 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum I 7 RU pdf 64 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum I 7 Degerlendirme TK pdf 65 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum I 7 Evaluation Chinese pdf 66 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum II 1 Diagnosis classfication and presentation of diabetes Arab pdf 67 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum II 1 Diagnostico clasificacion y presentacion de la diabetes ES pdf 68 http www idf org webdata docs IDF 20Curriculum II 1 20Diagnosis 20classification 20and 20presentation 20of 20diabetes EN pdf 69 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum II 1 Diagnostic classification et presentation du diabete FR pdf 70 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum II 1 Diagnosis classification and presentation of diabetes EN pdf 71 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum II 1 TK pdf 72 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum II 1 Diagnosis classification and presentation of diabetes Chinese pdf 73 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum II 2 Pathophysiology Arab pdf 74 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum II 2 Patofisiologia ES pdf 75 http www idf org webdata docs IDF 20Curriculum II 2 20Pathophysiology EN pdf 76 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum II 2 Pathophysiologie FR pdf 77 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum II 2 Pathophysiology EN pdf 78 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum II 2 TK pdf 79 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum II 2 Pathophysiology Chinese pdf 80 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 1 Self management Arab pdf 81 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 1 Autocontrol ES pdf 82 http www idf org webdata docs IDF 20Curriculum III 1 20Self management EN pdf 83 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 1 Gestion autonome FR pdf 84 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 1 RU pdf 85 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 1 Bireysel Yonetim TK pdf 86 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 1 Self management Chinese pdf 87 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 2 Blood glucose lowering agents Arab pdf 88 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 2 Agentes hipoglucemiantes ES pdf 89 http www idf org webdata docs IDF 20Curriculum III 2 20Blood 20glucose lowering 20agents EN pdf 90 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 2 Agents hypoglycemiants FR pdf 91 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 2 RU pdf 92 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 2 Kan Glikozunu Dusurucu Ilac Tedavisi TK pdf 93 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 2 Blood glucose lowering agents Chinese pdf 94 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 3 Insulin therapy Arab pdf 95 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 3 Terapia de insulina ES pdf 96 http www idf org sites default files attachments IDF Curriculum III 3 Insulin therapy EN pdf 97 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 3 Therapie insulinique FR pdf 98 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 3 RU pdf 99 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 3 Insulin Tedavisi TK pdf 100 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 3 Insulin therapy Chinese pdf 101 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 4 Physical activity Arab pdf 102 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 4 Actividad fisica ES pdf 103 http www idf org webdata docs IDF 20Curriculum III 4 20Physical 20activity EN pdf 104 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 4 Activite physique FR pdf 105 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 4 RU pdf 106 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 4 Fiziksel Aktivite TK pdf 107 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 4 Physical activity Chinese pdf 108 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 5 Nutrition therapy Arab pdf 109 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 5 Terapia nutricional ES pdf 110 http www idf org webdata docs IDF 20Curriculum III 5 20Nutrition 20therapy EN pdf 111 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 5 Therapie nutritionnelle FR pdf 112 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 5 Nutrition therapy EN pdf 113 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 5 Beslenme Tedavisi TK pdf 114 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 5 Nutrition therapy Chinese pdf 115 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 6 Short term complications Arab pdf 116 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 6 Complicaciones agudas ES pdf 117 http www idf org webdata docs IDF 20Curriculum III 6 20Short term 20complications EN pdf 118 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 6 Complications a court terme FR pdf 119 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 6 Short term complications EN pdf 120 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum III 6 Kisa Donem Komplikasyonlari TK pdf 121 http www idf org webdata docs IDF Curriculum

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  • Diabetes education modules
    knowledge and skills of their colleagues Only then backed by sufficiently large numbers of diabetes aware skilled health professionals will we be able to face the demands of the global diabetes epidemic Trisha Dunning and Anne Belton Chairs of DECS and IDF Vice Presidents Overview of Diabetes Education Modules 2011 Section 1 Self Management Education consists of two modules that cover the role of the diabetes educator principles and practical application of teaching and learning and psychosocial issues and counselling for behaviour change Section 2 Diabetes and Lifestyle Intervention consists of six modules the basics of diabetes management pathophysiology classification and prevention the basics of nutrition and physical activity and an overview of clinical monitoring Section 3 Pharmacotherapy consists of three modules covering blood glucose lowering medicines insulin therapy and an overview of complementary therapies Section 4 Glycaemic Excursions consists of two modules devoted to hypoglycaemia managing sick days diabetic ketoacidosis and hyperosmolar hyperglycaemic state Section 5 Diabetes Related Complications consists of five modules focusing on the long term complications of diabetes Section 6 Special Situations contains one module on planning for disasters Each module contains slides facilitators notes and activities Activities are used to increase participation during a programme

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  • International Standards for Diabetes Education
    effective treatment strategies adequate resources must be allocated Standards of medical care for diabetes throughout the world recognise diabetes education as an essential component of quality diabetes care that achieves positive health outcomes Significantly 99 of the management of chronic diseases such as diabetes is undertaken by the person with the disease and or his or her caregivers Therefore initial and on going diabetes education must be comprehensive in scope yet individualised to meet the specific needs of each person with diabetes The number of health professionals who demonstrate a solid understanding of the principles of diabetes care and education is inadequate to meet the needs of the growing number of people with or at risk for diabetes worldwide The International Standards for Education of Diabetes Health Professionals the International Standards are intended for use by institutions that currently provide or wish to provide a health professional diabetes education programme The International Standards provide guidance about essential information that health professionals need to know about diabetes and its management Health professionals will be better equipped to address the growing burden of diabetes on health systems if the International Standards and other resources and tools such as the IDF Diabetes Education

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  • IDF Peer Leader Manual
    are key to engage and motivate all learners and facilitate effective learning To this effect IDF has developed a Peer Leader Training Manual to train Peer Leaders PL to provide on going diabetes self management support DSMS as part of a larger study Diabetes self management education DSME has long been considered a cornerstone of diabetes care Multiple studies and meta analyses have found DSME to be cost effective and effective for improving metabolic and psychosocial outcomes at least in the short term Because of the global epidemic of diabetes and the limited number of health professionals and other resources it has been suggested that training peers to provide on going support would increase the availability and access to DSMS The Peer Leader Training Manual was developed by Tricia Tang and Marth Funnell University of Michigan USA during the implementation of their IDF BRIDGES supported project ST07 009 2 BRIDGES 3 is an IDF programme that sponsors translational research projects around the world It is supported by an education grant from Lilly Diabetes Download the IDF Peer Leader Training Manual 4 pdf 890KB Order the IDF Peer Leader Training Manual on CD ROM 5 Source URL http www idf org

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