The Australasian Diabetes in Pregnancy Society is a professional body established to advance clinical and scientific knowledge of diabetes in pregnancy, to encourage dissemination of this knowledge, and to foster collaboration with other regional societies interested in diabetes in pregnancy.
APEG is the premier professional body representing paediatric endocrinology in Australasia and is committed to high standards of clinical care, advocacy, education, stakeholder relationships and research in paediatric endocrinology. With a broad membership of paediatric endocrinologists and allied health professionals.
The Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA), formed in 1981, is the national peak body for diabetes education, management, and care in Australia. Our members are healthcare professionals who are committed to providing evidence-based best practice diabetes education for all people living with, at risk of, or affected by diabetes, to ensure their optimal health and wellbeing.
The Australian Diabetes Society (ADS) – is the peak national medical and scientific body in Australia for diabetes. The ADS is a member-based organization consisting of health professionals (endocrinologists, diabetes educators, primary care practitioners, and allied health professionals) as well as clinical and preclinical researchers. The ADS mission is to prevent diabetes and its complications; provide excellence in education for health professionals; promote collaboration, research, and education; work with other organizations committed to improved diabetes treatment and care and advocate for health policies around diabetes and its prevention.
The Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute is an independent, internationally renowned medical research facility, with a history spanning more than 93 years. The Institute's work extends from the laboratory to wide-scale community studies with a focus on diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and associated metabolic diseases.
Diabetes Australia was established in 1984 and is the national body for people affected by all types of diabetes and those at risk. Through leadership, prevention, management, and research, Diabetes Australia is committed to reducing the impact of diabetes. We work in partnership with diabetes health professionals and educators, researchers, and healthcare providers to minimize the impact of diabetes on the Australian community.
The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) is an umbrella organization of over 240 national diabetes associations in 168 countries and territories. It represents the interests of the growing number of people with diabetes and those at risk. The Federation has been leading the global diabetes community since 1950. IDF’s mission is to promote diabetes care, prevention, and a cure worldwide. IDF is engaged in action to tackle diabetes from the local to the global level ― from programs at the community level to worldwide awareness and advocacy initiatives.
The Primary Care Diabetes Society of Australia (PCDSA) is a Society of health practitioners with an interest in primary care diabetes in Australia. The overarching mission of the PCDSA is to support primary health care professionals to deliver high-quality clinically effective care, to improve the lives of people living with diabetes.