ISPAD Faces: Q&A with Secretary General, Carine de Beaufort

How would you describe you job as Secretary General? So in short: What’s your daily business as a Secretary General?

Pediatric Diabetes Recommends in June

Pediatric Diabetes recommends you articles in June:

New Membership Fees in July

New scale of membership fees worked out by Steering Committee

ISPAD Postgraduate Teaching Meeting in Baku

Azerbeijan, February 2013

On 14 - 15 February 2013 ISPAD held its first postgraduate teaching meeting in conjunction with the IDF affiliated Life for a Child.

Pediatric Diabetes Recommends in April

Pediatric Diabetes recommends you articles from current issue:

Registration for ISPAD Annual Conference 2013 is now open

The registration for ISPAD Annual Conference 2013 is now open.

The Conference will take place in Gothenburg, Sweden, 16th - 19th October 2013. You can register now and pay "Early Registration" fee.

Click the link and find out the Registration Deadlines.

ISPAD Prizes and Fellowships 2013

Dear friends!

Very soon the registration for the annual ISPAD meeting will open. This is first of all, time for registration and abstract submission. But time is as well upon us to consider candidates for the 2013 ISPAD Prizes, made possible again by Eli Lilly and Company, LifeScan, Medtronic and NovoNordisk within their DAWN TM Youth Program.

Research Course for Physicians, Lodz, Poland, November 2012

The first Sanofi ISPAD Research Course for Physicians was held in Lodz, Poland on November 15-21 2012.  Professor Wojciech MÅ‚ynarski and his colleagues welcomed 16 students from 11 countries while the faculty comprised 7 lecturers from Poland, Marian Rewers, Tim Barrett and Kenneth Robertson representing ISPAD and Dragana Milo representing Sanofi Aventis.

Presidents Blog

We would like to encourage you to read ISPAD Presidents Blog.

Stephen Greene wrote his opinions about ISPAD main aim: advocacy in childhood and adolescent diabetes in conjunction with new proposition - ISPAD Declaration of Kwa Zulu. Click this link if you want to read this post. The newest post is called 'History and insulin: what lessons can be learnt?'

Pediatric Diabetes Recommends

Pediatric Diabetes is our - ISPAD - official journal. Pediatric Diabetes is a journal, published eight times a year, devoted to disseminate of new knowledge relating to the epidemiology, etiology, pathogenesis, management, complications and prevention of diabetes in childhood and adolescence. The aim of the journal is to become the vehicle for international dissemination of research and practice relating to diabetes in children and adolescents.