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Clinical Guidelines

Clinical Guidelines

The Australian Diabetes Society (ADS) develops diabetes related clinical guidelines and position statements from working parties consisting of endocrinologists, diabetes educators, general practitioners and other healthcare professionals providing their clinical expertise. The ADS established the Clinical Standards/Guidelines Advisory Committee (CAC) where the members review and provide feedback on guidelines, positions statements and consultation requests. The ADS also engages and in collaboration with other key stakeholder organisations for their professional advice on relevant publications. Endorsement by the Australian Diabetes Society and use of the ADS logo on any such publication requires that the ADS be invited and involved in the development of that particular position statement or clinical guideline.

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National Evidence Based Clinical Care Guidelines for Type 1 Diabetes in Children, Adolescents and Adults (2011)

The National evidence‐based clinical care guidelines for type 1 diabetes in children, adolescents and adults is the first national evidence‐based clinical care guideline for type 1 diabetes across the lifespan. This document was developed by an Expert Advisory Group (EAG) representing specialist societies and organisations, with the active participation of consumer groups and the community. 

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