The guidelines outline what postpartum care for ‘at risk’ women should include and why it is important - providing a powerful tool for medical personnel and advocates alike.
A partnership with the University of Copenhagen is part of a larger effort to disseminate learnings and build the investment case for diabetes and NCDs.
Raising the priority of NCD prevention and control within global, regional and national agendas
Addressing the determinants of health and diabetes risk factors
Strengthening national health systems to sustainably improve diabetes care and prevent diabetes complications via integrated care
Thesis contains ‘important lessons’ for preventing diabetes, both in high risk groups and the general population.
Providing guidance and to support national quality improvement initiatives for diabetes care in 10 Caribbean countries.
The National Programme seeks to improve prevention, detection and control of diabetes and other related non-communicable diseases (NCDs).