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This section provides information on managing diabetes and a range of diabetes-related information.
Diabetes is defined by the body’s inability to control blood glucose. Diabetes is a chronic condition, which can cause kidney failure, eye disease, foot ulceration and a higher risk of heart disease if not well managed.
In this section
- Diabetes prevalence in New Zealand, related conditions, and information about sub-cutaneous insulin infusions (insulin pumps). Read more
- District health boards fund the Diabetes Care Improvement Package, a programme to improve outcomes for people with diabetes. Read more
- Guidance for clinical quality service planning and implementation of equitable and comprehensive patient-centred care. Read more
- Key organisations and useful links relating to diabetes in New Zealand. Read more
News and publications
For the latest diabetes news and events, publications and statistics visit the Health Improvement and Innovation Resource Centre (HIIRC).
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