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Learn more about our evidence-based Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Prevention and Management of Diabetes.
As you are aware, the Canadian Diabetes Association has two streams of membership: the Clinical & Scientific Section, and the Diabetes Educator Section. But what if they are fused into a single professional membership? Read about the thought process behind this proposal here and how you can get involved.
Nominate a resident today! Read more about this exciting new award here.
Have you visited our new online community? Do you have full access to the Canadian Journal of Diabetes? If you answered no to either of these questions, click here to find step-by-step instructions on how to access your myCDA profile and make use of your membership benefits.
2013 Canadian Diabetes Association Clinical Practice Guidelines Update An update to the guidelines was launched in July, and includes the addition of the sodium-glucose-transporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitor class to the pharmacologic algorithm. To learn more about the update and to access the relevant documents, continue here.
Clinical & Scientific Section Resident Award for Advocacy and Leadership Nominate a resident today! Read more about this exciting new award here.
Did you know that the Clinical & Scientific Section is entitled to five delegate members at the National Annual General Meeting? Nominate yourself or your fellow colleagues now!
The Canadian Diabetes Association, in partnership with the Diabetes Hope Foundation and the Charles H. Best Diabetes Centre, will be hosting a one-day expo on Saturday, April 9, 2016, in Toronto for adults living with type 1 diabetes.