The Australasian Diabetes Data Network (ADDN) is an initiative of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) supported by the Australasian Paediatric Endocrine Group (APEG) and the Australian Diabetes Society (ADS) to build long term clinical research capacity in Australia for people with diabetes.
ADDN has established Australia’s first national clinical research diabetes database, collecting clinical information from people with type 1 diabetes and connecting the data on an integrated, secure, custom-built platform. This rich data resource includes national-level information about type 1 diabetes, available to researchers within strict ethical and governance boundaries.
The database currently contains clinical data from children and adolescents with diabetes from seven specialist paediatric public tertiary centres across Australia. With planned expansion to adult centres, ADDN will extend its data capture and provide richer and more complete information about the natural history, clinical progression and most effective treatment regimens for all people living with type 1 diabetes.
For more information, visit the ADDN website here [hyperlinked to addn.org.au]
Check out all the new diabetes resources!
One of the great benefits of a being an NADC member centre is that you have a “one stop shop” for the latest Diabetes Resources from around the county.
The resources list has just been updated and is incredibly valuable with its links to such documents as the latest guidelines for:
- Management of diabetes in aged facilities (NDSS)
- Type 2 diabetes treatment algorithm (ADS)
- Obesity management algorithm
For further information, please go to the member section and add the member password.
If you don’t know it, email firstname.lastname@example.org
2.0 NADC Accreditation is now out!
It is with great excitement that we inform our NADC member centres that version 2.0 of the NADC accreditation package is now ready for completion.
All centres that completed accreditation in the first round in 2013, are now due for renewal.
All organisations that have not yet completed accreditation are eligible to apply for this version and become an ‘NADC Accredited Centre‘.
For further information, please go to http://nadc.net.au/accreditation/
Expressions of interest for accreditation can be accessed at here
Is your organisation a Centre of Excellence?
NADC introduced Centre of Excellence (COE) accreditation in 2015. There are currently 4 centres that met the extremely high standards required to meet this criteria.
The COE criteria are currently under review however if your organisation is intending on applying for COE status, then you are required to complete the updated NADC standard accreditation package as outlined below.
If you have any questions, please email Natalie email@example.com
More NADC news…
For the latest NADC news and highlights of BPDC 2016, please check out our November newsletter 2016
Please don’f forget to share! This newsletter can be emailed around to all of the staff involved in diabetes care.