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The IDF e-library showcases the variety of resources that IDF has available for health professionals, researchers, policy makers, advocates and people living with or affected by diabetes. All publications are available for download and a selection of resources can be purchased.

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Latest resources

  • Annual Report cover 2020

    IDF Annual Report 2020

    The IDF Annual Report 2020 provides an overview of the main activities and projects of the Federation in 2020. The Federation’s activities aim to influence policy, increase public awareness and encourage health improvement, promote the exchange of high-quality information about diabetes, and provide education for people with diabetes and their healthcare providers.

  • Pressure Points: Call for simultaneous action on diabetes and hypertension for more resilient health systems

    Diabetes and hypertension are two conditions commonly diagnosed together and linked to a wide range of other NCDs, due to complications or as a result of being triggered by the same risk factors. This policy brief, developed by IDF, the NCD Alliance and the World Heart Federation, makes the case for simultaneous action on diabetes and hypertension that is an opportunity for decision-makers to strengthen health systems and achieve a positive impact on individual well-being and sustainable development.

  • Diabetes and Ramadan: Guide to a safe fast

    Fasting with diabetes can lead to complications so it is therefore important that the decision about whether to fast is made on an individual basis in consultation with a healthcare provider. This Guide provides practical information for people with diabetes to help ensure a safe and healthy Ramadan fast.

  • IDF Guide for Diabetes Epidemiology Studies cover

    IDF Guide for Diabetes Epidemiology Studies

    The IDF Guide for Diabetes Epidemiology Studies has been developed to create standardised epidemiological methods in diabetes studies. It will enable researchers to conduct high-quality studies that generate robust data, thereby providing the information needed to develop evidence-based strategies for improving care and strengthening healthcare systems.

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