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  1. Encouraging healthy futures for Brazil’s children

    school aged children. Learn how ADJ is promoting diabetes education for families and making a difference ... education and health as well as a space where the protection, care and full development of the school community is established. Brazil’s Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education is responsible for ...

    aabolina - 10/23/2013 - 14:07 - Volume 58 | Special Issue 1 - ADJ- Associação de Diabetes Juvenil

  2. Protecting kids’ rights: IDF and select partners launch Kids and Diabetes in Schools (KIDS) project in Brazil and India

    commitment from policy makers and education authorities; completion of situational analyses summarizing ... educating children with diabetes so they have the same opportunities afforded other children, such as ... guidelines and educational materials on diabetes in schools for teachers, parents and children have been made ...

    aabolina - 09/06/2013 - 16:34 - Volume 58 | Special Issue 1 - Anne Belton Bénédicte Pansier

  3. Voices of type 1 diabetes: taking type 1 diabetes to school

    difference, and around the same time, education, awareness and access to better doctors and clinics improved ... about me. For my future, I am looking forward to independence, continuing my education and studying law ... marching band. Rachel believes her friends and teachers understand diabetes because of the educational ...

    aabolina - 08/29/2013 - 14:06 - Volume 58 | Special Issue 1

  4. In the spirit of patient centeredness

    for the Education and Integrated Care Stream, Angus Forbes allows us to ‘shadow’ the exciting ... healthcare providers. Switching to a broader perspective, global variations in innovation, education and ... The Education and Integrated Care Stream scheduled for the IDF World Diabetes Congress in Melbourne ...

    aabolina - 08/29/2013 - 14:14 - Volume 58 | Special Issue 1 - Angus Forbes

  5. National programme in Turkey: Diabetes at School

    cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health. Objectives of the programme targeted school ... diabetes deserve the same educational opportunities as their healthy peers. Teachers and school staff have ... those with diabetes. Educating teachers about diabetes and organizing the school environment for better ...

    aabolina - 08/29/2013 - 14:13 - Volume 58 | Special Issue 1 - Şükrü Hatun Seyda Özcan

  6. Children and diabetes: success and challenge in the developing world

    training, education and mentoring for health professionals in under-resourced regions. Keeping up with the ... blood glucose meters and test strips, HbA 1c diagnostic tests, education materials, health professional ... educational materials, and technical or mentoring advice. The International Society for Paediatric and ...

    aabolina - 08/29/2013 - 14:11 - Volume 58 | Special Issue 1 - Graham Ogle Angie Middlehurst Robyn Short-Hobbs

  7. Prioritising diabetes on the global agenda

    Global Challenges in Health Stream The Global Campaign Awareness Education Events Type 1 diabetes Type ...

    aabolina - 08/29/2013 - 14:13 - Volume 58 | Special Issue 1 - Linong Ji

  8. Caregiver reports of provider recommended frequency of blood glucose monitoring and actual testing frequency for youth with type 1 diabetes

    caregiver, blood glucose monitoring Clinical Care Children Diabetes treatment Education Insulin People with ...

    aabolina - 08/29/2013 - 14:08 - Volume 58 | Special Issue 1 - Joyce P Yi-Frazier

  9. The role of diabetes technology in children and youth: getting connected for better control

    and internet-enabled education and support programs. While some programs and devices are highly ... for diabetes treatment, education, motivation, and support is how children and youth may particularly ... are cost of the device and the need to have a well-trained and experienced diabetes education team. In ...

    aabolina - 08/29/2013 - 14:13 - Volume 58 | Special Issue 1 - Francine Kaufman

  10. Children and adolescents – our most precious resource

    dealing with the impact of childhood-onset type 1 diabetes on schooling – educational achievement at the end of compulsory education and the end of upper secondary education – and on employment status later ... education of children was virtually unrecorded. In contrast, the monetary cost of diabetes to the individual ...

    aabolina - 09/06/2013 - 16:33 - Volume 58 | Special Issue 1 - Rhys Williams

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