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The National Association of Diabetes Centres (NADC) has six levels of membership, based on the function of the centre and staffing.
|Benefits||Tertiary Care Diabetes Service||Secondary Care Diabetes Service||Primary Care Diabetes Service||Pharmacy Diabetes Service||Network Member|
|Certificate of Membership|
|Eligibility to apply for NADC accreditation|
|Eligibility to participate in the annual ANDA audits|
|Provision of individualised ANDA reports including data to facilitate benchmarking of the centre against its peers, and a Certificate of Participation|
|Eligibility to attend the Best Practice in Diabetes Centres symposium|
|Access to the NADC Newsletter|
|Free access to diabetes resources and tools in the ‘member only’ section which includes NADC training packages, video, presentations, webinars and free advertising of positions vancant|
|Participation in the NADC annual meeting at the ADS/ADEA Australasian Diabetes Congress|
|NADC will act on behalf of the Service in represantations to government to support better diabetes care in Australia|
|Tips for quality improvement and generating funding|
|Collaboration and integration with diabetes services accross the care spectrum|
|Discounts on registration to NADC events including the Best Practice in Diabetes Centres (BPDC) Symposium and Australian Diabetes Advancements and Technologies Summit (ADATS)|
|Smaller services will be offered the option of being linked/supported by a larger NADC Diabetes Centres. This will provide support in therms of advise, protocols and a pathway of referral for complicated patients|
|Notification of ANDA audits so it can be promoted within their catchment|
Many people have asked to become an individual member of the NADC. The aim of the NADC is to improve the ability of diabetes services, to deliver better health outcomes for all people with, or at risk of diabetes and to promote strategies for the management as well as the prevention of complications.
The NADC believes that this aim cannot be fully achieved by an individual health professional and requires the coordination and collaboration of a multidisciplinary team.
The NADC believe that very rarely does an individual work in a silo – but they are connected with other health professionals. For example, a CDE in private practice may use rooms at a GP practice or receive regular referrals from particular GP’s or endocrinologists. We at the NADC want to encourage the individual seeking NADC membership, to involve those who they regularly connect and collaborate with, to join together and sign up for NADC membership together.
This then allows all health professionals (not just an individual) within the service to have access to the many member benefits that NADC has to offer. It also promotes collaboration and networking and can encourage smoother referral pathways and transition for the person with diabetes.
So what are you waiting for? Now is your chance to take the opportunity to promote diabetes care amongst those that you regularly coordinate care with.
We’ve included resources below, that provide you with the information you may need to encourage others to ‘join forces’ with you to become an NADC member service.