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IDF Diabetes Atlas reveals high burden of hyperglycaemia in pregnancy

Hyperglycaemia is one of the most prevalent metabolic disorders occurring during pregnancy. It can be a result of either existing diabetes in a pregnant woman or the development of insulin resistance and hyperglycaemia during pregnancy.

Breaking down barriers

Sir Michael Hirst

Successful management of diabetes is a reflection of community.

The many dimensions of DAWN2

Rhys Williams

A decade of progress to implement the DAWN 'Call to Action'

 

DAWN2: a multi-national, multi-stakeholder study and strong action platform to promote person-centred diabetes care


DAWN2 study results clarify greater need for psychosocial support and self-management education


DAWN2 study results on families: the hidden burden of diabetes

DAWN2 study highlights importance of active involvement, engagement and education of people with diabetes

Self-management support and diabetes education is essential for people with diabetes to actively engage in effective diabetes self-management. People with diabetes who feel capable of self-managing their diabetes have the opportunity to live better lives with diabetes, get more support and to better utilize the health care system.

 


DAWN2 study results: provision of quality team-based and individualized diabetes care

Modern diabetes care demands the comprehensive knowledge of multiple medical, nursing and paramedical specialties and is ideally delivered by a coordinated team of experts. This care should be provided in an individualized or person-centred manner to improve its acceptability as well as its effectiveness. Diabetes care is constantly evolving, hopefully for the better.

DAWN2 study results - a sample of country reports

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