Toronto Diabetes Care Connect has released the following report: Insulin Competency Development: A Report of the Insulin Standards Working Group (Toronto Central LHIN Region). This report includes a comprehensive summary of the work of the Insulin Standards Working Group (2013 – 2017) and a number of recommendations regarding insulin competency development.
Toronto Diabetes Care Connect (previously known as Toronto Central LHIN Diabetes Program) has re-branded and created a new website to better support the following: Improved awareness of what diabetes supports are available in the Toronto Central Region among people living with diabetes and those who support them Easier connection for everyone to available diabetes-related supports […]
Banting & Best Diabetes Centre (BBDC), Health Quality Education and Safety (QUEST) Committee has launched its new website. This website is focused on supporting healthcare providers who are working in diabetes around the delivery of high quality diabetes-related care. Visit www.diabetesquest.ca to see what it has to offer.
Diabetes Canada releases clinical practice guidelines every 5 years. Visit Diabetes Canada Clinical Practice Guidelines website to access the 2013 Clinical Practice Guidelines for Diabetes Management & Prevention in Canada as well as a number of informative videos and useful tools for healthcare providers can be found on the . New guidelines will be released in 2018.