IDF Diabetes Atlas, Sixth Edition
The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) is proud to release the Sixth edition of the IDF Diabetes Atlas, the authoritative source of evidence on the burden of diabetes for health professionals, scientists, economists, policy-makers, and national and international agencies.
Managing Older People with Type 2 Diabetes Global Guideline
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 recommendations that assist in clinical management of a wide range of older adults.
Diabetes blue circle pin
Show your support for diabetes awareness and World Diabetes Day by wearing and distributing the diabetes blue circle pin. Available to order in packs of 10.
Global Guideline for Type 2 Diabetes 2012
In 2005 the first IDF Global Guideline for type 2 diabetes was developed. This presented a unique challenge as IDF tried to develop a guideline that is sensitive to resource and cost-effectiveness issues. The 2012 guideline represents an update of the first guideline and extends the evidence base by including new studies and treatments which have emerged since the original guideline was produced.
World Guide to IDF BRIDGES 2013
The latest World Guide to IDF BRIDGES brings you updated information on the translational research projects in 34 countries that the IDF BRIDGES Programme is currently supporting. It also includes some epidemiological data and key facts about the countries that the Programme is serving and interviews with project participants, investigators and representatives of local health authorities.
IDF/ISPAD Pocket Book for Management of Diabetes in Childhood and Adolescence in Under-Resourced Settings
The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and ISPAD published the "Global Guideline for Diabetes in Children and Adolescence" in 2011. The IDF Life for a Child Programme and ISPAD decided it was appropriate to develop a shortened version of these guidelines aimed to be of practical use in emergency situations and in clinics that are developing expertise in managing diabetes in children.