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  • Global Guideline for Type 2 Diabetes
    part of a process which seeks to address those problems Many guidelines have appeared internationally nationally and more locally in recent years but most of these have not used the rigorous new guideline methodologies for identification and analysis of the evidence Many countries around the world do not have the resources either in expertise or financially that are needed to develop diabetes guidelines Also such a repetitive approach would be enormously inefficient and costly Published national guidelines come from relatively resource rich countries and may be of limited practical use in less well resourced countries In 2005 the first IDF Global Guideline for type 2 diabetes was developed This presented a unique challenge as we tried to develop a guideline that is sensitive to resource and cost effectiveness issues Many national guidelines address one group of people with diabetes in the context of one health care system with one level of national and health care resources This is not true in the global context where although every health care system seems to be short of resources the funding and expertise available for health care vary widely between countries and even between localities Despite the challenges we feel that we found

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/print/guideline-type-2-diabetes (2016-02-11)
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  • Treatment Algorithm for People with Type 2 Diabetes
    Diabetes Treatment Algorithm Treatment Algorithm for People with Type 2 Diabetes 1 Attachment Type 2 treatment algorithm pdf 2 Source URL http www idf org treatment algorithm people type 2 diabetes Links 1 http www idf org treatment algorithm people

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/print/treatment-algorithm-people-type-2-diabetes (2016-02-11)
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  • Diabetes and oral health
    and the public about the impact of diabetes on oral health and vice versa Participants and experts agreed that the key for health promotion and prevention of disease for people with diabetes lies in close collaboration between dentists physicians and policy makers In order to maintain a healthy dentition throughout life as well as for improved management of people with diabetes the participants and experts gathered at the symposium urged all stakeholders to the following actions To include prevention of oral disease and promotion of oral health as an essential component of diabetes management To establish periodontal disease formally as a routine complication of diabetes in order to increase awareness amongst health professionals people with diabetes and policy makers To initiate and support research leading to evidence based treatment strategies to improve health and oral health of people with diabetes To include routine oral screening of people with diabetes To introduce screening for diabetes in the dental office among high risk populations and To improve knowledge about the reciprocal link between diabetes and oral health among all stakeholders health professionals people with diabetes the public and policy makers To increase the focus of dental education for undergraduate and post graduate

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/print/guidelines/diabetes-and-oral-health (2016-02-11)
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  • IDF Guideline on Oral Health for People with Diabetes
    if blood glucose control is poor and inflammation is known to be associated with a decrease in insulin sensitivity and thus potentially a worsening of blood glucose control The International Diabetes Federation and the World Dental Federation came together under the lead of the IDF Task Force on Clinical Guidelines to address whether the evidence base in this area allowed formal recommendations on oral health and diabetes care to be

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  • IDF Global Guideline for Managing Older People with Type 2 Diabetes
    clinician extra value in decision making It was also felt that the format of recommendation in the 2012 Guideline did not offer the flexibility required to address the special issues of older people and their varied physical cognitive and social needs An international group of diabetes experts was assembled to consider the key issues that require attention in supporting the highest quality of diabetes care for older people on a global scale This Guideline is unique as it has been developed to provide the clinician with recommendation that assist in clinical management of a wide range of older adults such as those who are not only relatively well and active but those who are functionally dependent This latter group has been categorised as those with frailty or dementia or those at the end of life We have included practical advice on assessment measures that enable the clinician to categorise all older adults with diabetes and allow the appropriate and relevant recommendations to be applied The Guideline has been structured into main chapter headings dealing with expected areas such as cardiovascular risk education renal impairment diabetic foot disease and so on but also includes commonly addressed areas such as seen such

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  • | International Diabetes Federation
    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 036 ST07 025 ST07 015 ST07 009 ST07 004 ST07 002 Funding Round D START

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/programa-lifeforachild (2016-02-11)
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  • Formal evaluation of IDF Life for a Child Programme completed | International Diabetes Federation
    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 lifeforachild Formal evaluation of IDF Life for a Child Programme completed Submitted by Lorenzo Piemonte on Wed 10 28 2015 17 01 In 2014 the International Diabetes Federation Life for a Child LFAC Programmes s largest donor The Leona M and Harry B Helmsley Charitable Trust commissioned the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine to conduct a comprehensive formal evaluation of the work of LFAC The work was conducted by a team lead by Professor Martin McKee and Dr Sue Atkinson Site visits were done in five countries Rwanda India Jamaica Mexico and Philippines The review covered five themes IDF LFAC structure and organization Optimal strategic framework for high impact sustainable results Changes to polices that could improve quality quantity efficiency and effectiveness Impacts on countries systems and children Impact on long term sustainability in T1D care delivery systems The review overall shows that LFAC is a strong programme that is delivered well and is highly valued by the countries and the children young people and their families that are supported by it It is clear that LFAC enables children and young people with type 1 diabetes to survive and as the programme and country policies strengthen enables

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  • Life for a Child News | International Diabetes Federation
    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 The Latest News from IDF Life for a Child News Spare a Rose Save a Child this Valentine s Day Submitted by Lorenzo Piemonte on Fri 01 29 2016 14 33 This Valentine s Day the Spare a Rose Save a Child campaign will once again raise awareness and donations for the IDF Life for a Child Programme by encouraging people to buy one less rose and donate the value of that flower to children with diabetes Formal evaluation of IDF Life for a Child Programme completed Submitted by Lorenzo Piemonte on Wed 10 28 2015 17 01 In 2014 the International Diabetes Federation Life for a Child LFAC Programmes s largest donor The Leona M and Harry B Helmsley Charitable Trust commissioned the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine to conduct a comprehensive formal evaluation of the work of LFAC The work was conducted by a team lead by Professor Martin McKee and Dr Sue Atkinson Site visits were done in five countries Rwanda India Jamaica Mexico and Philippines The review covered five themes Major contributor commits 780 000 additional vials of insulin to Life for a Child Submitted by Lorenzo Piemonte on Tue 06 16 2015 12 49 Eli Lilly and Company a major contributor to the IDF Life for a Child Programme LFAC recently announced an additional commitment of 780 000 vials of insulin to LFAC Spare a Rose 2015 roses spared children saved Submitted by Lorenzo Piemonte on Tue 03 03 2015 10 21 This Valentine s Day the Spare a Rose Save a Child campaign was once again a resounding success with over USD 24 000 raised for the IDF Life for a Child Programme LFAC Thanks to the 684 donations received more than 400 children with diabetes in the developing world will be kept alive for one year New countries join Life for a Child Programme Submitted by Lorenzo Piemonte on Thu 11 27 2014 15 20 As the end of 2014 nears it is exciting to reflect that the

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