Beijing Tongren Hospital, affiliated to Capital Medical University (China)
Beijing Institute of Ophthalmology (China)
Cuigezhuang Community Healthcare Center (China)
Shenyuan Yuan; Hanjing Fu; Gang Wan; Liang Xu; Yujie Lv; Lianxgia Zhu; Jinkui Yang
Location of the project:
July 1, 2012 - July 1, 2014
Diabetes has become a major public health problem in China. Chronic complications are the major causes of disabilities and death for diabetic patients. It is well known that good control of blood glucose, blood pressure, lipids and aspirin usage reduces the risk of complications. This proposal describes a community-hospital integrated management system for diabetic patients in Beijing, China, with the purpose of translating standard care to the real world clinical practice to optimize control of blood glucose, blood pressure and lipids. The methods in this proposal are based on the previous Beijing Community Diabetes Study (BCDS).
World Diabetes Congress, Melbourne, December 2013 (2 posters)
"Integrated efforts key for optimal diabetes care in China", Diabetes Voice, June 2014
BRIDGES (Bringing Research in Diabetes to Global Environments and Systems) is a programme initiated by the International Diabetes Federation, and supported by an educational grant from Lilly Diabetes.