About the Global Partnership
The Global Partnership for Effective Diabetes Management, founded in 2004, is a multidisciplinary task force of international experts committed to improving outcomes for people with diabetes. Since 2004, we have generated publications and interactive educational materials for a truly global audience that focus on translating learnings from clinical data into daily practice.
2015 – dates for your diary
The Global Partnership has planned a number of interactive CME-accredited initiatives:
On-demand webcast from workshop at ADA, Boston
Our successful interactive meeting focused on implementing and educating about strategies for achieving glycemic control early and safely. Webcast to follow.
30th November, Symposium at IDF, Vancouver
This symposium will draw upon key clinical evidence and insights from healthcare professionals on the benefits of a multidisciplinary approach in caring for people with type 2 diabetes. Download the invitation here
Interactive accredited e-learning courses
Designed to provide practical guidance and recommendations to improve the day-to-day clinical care of people. The e-learning courses have been accredited by the ACCME. Click here to access
Downloadable interactive case studies
Our interactive case studies series reflects the principles behind the Global Partnership's '10 steps to get more type 2 diabetes patients to goal' and is designed to provide practical insights into the management of a range of people with type 2 diabetes who are difficult-to-treat/diagnose.
Our most recent publication 'Individualized glycaemic targets and pharmacotherapy in type 2 diabetes' provides the latest therapeutic approaches to treating those with type 2 diabetes.
The Global Partnership is pleased to present a webcast from its symposium 'Advances in management of type 1 diabetes: optimizing patient outcomes'.
Please click here to view
Our content is developed by a multidisciplinary task force of internationally renowned experts in diabetes. The Global partnership’s primary educational objective has been to encourage early and effective treatment of diabetes to reduce the risk of complications. More recently, our focus has been on supporting healthcare professionals globally in tailoring treatment to the individuals so as to achieve this objective. More
Learn more about some of the key aspects of this programme from Professor Cliff Bailey by clicking on the video link below. View examples of communication styles here