The Latest News from IDF

Annual Report highlights milestone year for Life for a Child

2012 saw the IDF Life for a Child Programme reach the significant milestone of supporting over 10,000 children with diabetes in the developing world. The achievement of this target was truly remarkable and testimony to the rapid expansion that has taken place in a short space of time. In 2008, around 1,000 children were being supported by the Programme.

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IDF launches new grant programme: BRIDGES Research Net

The International Diabetes Federation is pleased to announce the launch of BRIDGES Research Net, a grant programme that aims to reproduce and implement successful interventions developed by IDF BRIDGES-supported projects.

Since the launch of BRIDGES in 2007, 38 translational research projects in 34 countries have received our support in terms of the provision of both financing and mentoring.

IDF Europe pays homage to Max Ørnskov Hansen

It is with great sadness that IDF Europe has learned the passing of Max Ørnskov Hansen from Denmark last May at the age of 48.

The Federation would like to pay homage to Max Hansen and thank him for his valuable contribution to the fight against diabetes and his dedicated work for IDF Europe.

Diabetes epidemiology and intervention focus of symposium

IDF is organising a joint symposium dedicated to the IDF Diabetes Atlas and its BRIDGES programme.

Join us to discover the latest worldwide estimates on diabetes and learn about the practical solutions supported by IDF to prevent the condition and its complications.

The symposium will include an overview by region of the diabetes epidemic as well as new estimates on gestational diabetes from the Diabetes Atlas.

Latest Diabetes Voice issue highlights youth supported by Life for a Child

The lastest issue of Diabetes Voice, the quarterly magazine of the International Diabetes Federation, features the story of Mohammed Hamoud, a 19 year-old youth with type 1 diabetes from Zanzibar, supported by the IDF Life for a Child Programme.

7 Days left for early registration to the World Diabetes Congress 2013!

There are ONLY 7 DAYS LEFT for early registration to the World Diabetes Congress 2013 in Melbourne. Register now and save up to 37%. The deadline for early registration is 14 June 2013.

More information about the congress, the scientific programme and other activities, click here.

Health and NCDs: priority in UN High-Level Panel report

Congress programme now online

The World Diabetes Congress Scientific Programme is now available online.

Search the programme by day, stream, session format, topic, keyword or author. Tailor-make your congress experience and get the most out of your stay.

You can access the programme here


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