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The Progress in Insulin Management Resource Centre is an online global online educational platform that gives diabetologists, endocrinologists, and primary care physicians free access to new information on diabetes management. This includes recently-published full text articles, outcomes from congresses and events, and interactive educational courses sharing the latest knowledge on the use of basal insulin analogues alone, in combination with other insulins, and alongside a glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP-1) receptor agonist (RA).
This free resource is hosted by the journals Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice and Primary Care Diabetes, and is endorsed by the International Diabetes Federation and Primary Care Diabetes Europe. New peer-reviewed content is added to the Resource Centre every month, with the editorial board acting as independent expert reviewers and content curators. The Resource Centre allows all users to access the latest information on diabetes care.
The A1chieve Resource Centre (supported by NovoNordisk), hosted by Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, has been created to provide health-care practitioners with information surrounding this key global study.
Its key features include:
- Two freely available, peer-reviewed A1chieve studies published in the December 2011 issue of Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice.
- An innovative and interactive Report Generator for users to generate location-specific displays of A1chieve data. The A1chieve data is owned by Novo Nordisk. The interactive Report Generator has been developed by Elsevier in consultation with Novo Nordisk. The A1chieve data is initially available for global data and for the following regions: China, East Asia, Latin America, Middle East, North Africa, Russia and South Asia. Data for individual countries will be added during the course of 2012.
- A video interview with one of the lead A1chieve study investigators, Professor Philip Home (Newcastle, UK).
Provided in collaboration with the Elsevier published research journal Canadian Journal of Diabetes, this vital clinical resource contains the latest research, guidelines and CME suitable materials for the management of kidney problems in diabetes.