diabetesatlas

Diabetes Atlas

Frequently Asked Questions

Where does IDF get its information from for the statistics found in the Diabetes Atlas?

Previous Editions

The first Edition of the IDF Diabetes Atlas was published in 2000 and since than has been updated on a regular basis. It is a unique resource on diabetes for a wide range of audiences including decision-makers, public health authorities, healthcare professionals and educators.

Below are downloadable pdf versions of previous editions of the IDF Diabetes Atlas

Copyright Requests

The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) would like its publications to reach all those who can benefit from them and therefore welcomes requests to use, reproduce and/or translate IDF material from the Diabetes Atlas. However, permission to use, reproduce and/or translate material is subject to certain conditions. You will find a copyright permission form as well as these conditions to download here below.

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Downloads and Resources

This section contains a number of materials that are not available in the print edition of the IDF Diabetes Atlas. These materials include:

Executive summary

A letter from the Chair of the IDF Diabetes Atlas Committee, 6th Edition

Key findings 2014

IDF Diabetes Atlas Sixth Edition Poster Update 2014

Send us your data for the 7th edition IDF Diabetes Atlas!

Diabetes Atlas Update: The effects of diabetes on your country

Do you want to know how diabetes is affecting your country in 2012?

Find all regional and country-level statistics on mortality, prevalence, undiagnosed cases and expenditure here


Diabetes Atlas 2012 Update: Out now!

To mark World Diabetes Day, the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) has released the latest global and regional diabetes statistics.

Find out, in detail, how diabetes is affecting the world in 2012 with estimates on mortality, prevalence, expenditure and undiagnosed cases.

Fact sheets for your countries are available on demand, please contact communications@idf.org

Sobre la Federación Internacional de Diabetes

La Federación Internacional de Diabetes (FID) es una organización paraguas que acoge a 200 asociaciones nacionales de diabetes procedentes de más de 160 países. Representa los intereses de un número cada vez mayor de personas con diabetes y de quienes corren el riesgo de desarrollarla. La Federación lleva liderando la comunidad diabética mundial desde 1950. La misión de la FID es promover la prevención, el tratamiento y la cura de la diabetes en todo el mundo.

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