The Australian Diabetes Society
The Australian Diabetes Society (ADS) is a longstanding partner. The ADS and the Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA) collaborate and partner on a variety of projects, policies and issues relating to the standard of diabetes education, management and care. ADEA worked on the following projects with ADS:
- Guidelines for oral nutrition for diabetes in hospital
The ADEA and ADS jointly host the ADS/ADEA Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM). For more information about this year’s ASM, please click here.
National Association of Diabetes Centres
The National Association of Diabetes Centres (NADC) was established in 1994 as a national collective of Diabetes Centres that seek to improve the standard of care available to people with diabetes. These Diabetes Centres strive to be Centres of Excellence in diabetes care. Our standards are underpinned by the principles of chronic disease management, including a multidisciplinary approach with an effective system of service delivery, integration and co-ordination of care between different services and service providers (including general practice), support for self-management, evidence-based decision support and clinical information systems, with the focus being on proactive maintenance of good health and complications prevention. NADC Diabetes Centres aim to bridge the gap between the acute care hospital system, and the long-term chronic care of primary care and community services. The NADC is an organisation jointly established by the Australian Diabetes Society (ADS) and the Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA). Since March 2015, NADC is a division of the Australian Diabetes Society.