Welcome to the IDF e-library

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

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    WDD17 Campaign Toolkit

    The World Diabetes Day 2017 toolkit contains all you need to know about the Women and Diabetes campaign, including key messages, resources and ideas on how you can take part.

  • IDF Clinical Practice Recommendations for Managing Type 2 Diabetes in Primary Care cover

    IDF Clinical Practice Recommendations for Managing Type 2 Diabetes in Primary Care

    The new IDF Clinical Practice Recommendations for managing Type 2 Diabetes in Primary Care seek to summarise current evidence around optimal management of people with type 2 diabetes. It is intended to be a decision support tool for general practitioners, hospital based clinicians and other primary health care clinicians working in diabetes.

  • IDF Cost-effective solutions for the prevention of type 2 diabetes report cover

    Cost-effective solutions for the prevention of type 2 diabetes

    Despite the alarming statistics, cost-effective solutions exist to reduce the global burden that diabetes currently poses. Much can be done to prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes, as outlined in the IDF Cost-effective solutions for the prevention of type 2 diabetes report, which provides an overview of the latest evidence on the different programmes available to tackle the rise of the most prevalent form of diabetes. The wide range of options presented and their cost-saving implications give cause for optimism that the current situation can be reversed.

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    July 2017 - Improving access to diabetes care

    In this issue, we turn our attention to the problem many people with diabetes face in accessing essential care and medicine across the globe. Diabetes is life-long and its management can be costly both for patients and national health systems. Many people living with diabetes in high-income countries, who are financially protected by universal coverage health systems, fight for access to new technologies, such as continuous glucose monitoring. However, many health systems in less-resourced countries are not able to provide standard diabetes care to people with diabetes without exposing them to economic vulnerability.

    The full issue is also available for download in the following languages: Español | Français

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