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The purpose of this section is to make education materials more widely available to less-resourced countries.
Education of children and their families is essential so they can understand diabetes and live a healthy and full life. Health professionals need resources and training to provide quality care.
The section has pages in various languages. Please note that some pages currently have numerous resources, others only a few. As resources become available they will be added to the site. We welcome other existing materials - contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We thank members from the International Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Diabetes (ISPAD), other diabetes experts, and LFAC-supported countries that have contributed materials.
Source: National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP)
Sources: International Diabetes Federation (IDF) , Diabetes NSW & ACT, Australian Paediatric Society, Type 1 Foundation, ISPAD
Sources: Seattle Children's Hospital, Dr. H. Peter Chase Barbara Davis Centre, Professor Geoffrey Ambler, Children’s Hospital Westmead & Professor Fergus Cameron, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne & Editorial team
Source: Diabetes NSW & ACT
Sources: Dr. M. de Clerck and Lepa and Bijou, Kinsha; Diabetes NSW & ACT; Learning about Diabetes, INC; Lilly Diabetes
Sources: Changing Diabetes in Children (CDiC) Novo Nordisk, International Society for Paediatric & Adolescent Diabetes(ISPAD), Professor Geoffrey Ambler, Children’s Hospital, Westmead, Sydney & Professor Fergus Cameron, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne & Editorial team