DAC Knowledge Mobilization Consultation Supports Successful Grant Application
Building capacity for involving older adults, caregivers and partners in research Workshop
Diabetes Action Canada at Vascular 2023
WHAT is KM and WHY is it important?
Using data to improve health care
Episode four discusses how we can use data to improve health care. Guests Devin Cleary and Dr. Alanna Weisman discuss their research projects in this area – in particular how they are trying to improve outcomes for people with type 1 diabetes.
Reducing the Risk of Diabetic Retinopathy
Episode five looks at Project OPEN and its potential to reduce the risk of diabetic retinopathy. Malcolm Sissmore and Dr. Michael Brent from UHN Research discuss how this program is trying to make eye screening much more accessible for people living with diabetes.
Researcher Profile – Dr. Alexander Singer
New study looks at essential requirements for the governance of data repositories
Diabetes Action Canada Celebrates the work of Dr. Michelle Greiver
Facts on Diabetes
A diabetes diagnosis occurs every 3 minutes in Canada
Over 3 Million Canadians have diabetes and millions more are at risk of developing diabetes
Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in working-age Canadians
Diabetes and its complications cost the health care system $27 billion in 2018
Up to half of Canadian Indigenous Adolescents have multiple risk factors for type-2 diabetes