The IDF biennial congress is the most significant global diabetes event and one of the largest medical congresses. Through its innovative, diverse and engaging scientific programme, satellite symposia, exhibition and global village, the IDF Congress convenes and mobilises the international diabetes community, helping to shape the future of diabetes care, prevention and treatment.
Meethi Zindagi aims to be an instrumental factor in moving people with diabetes from the bottom to the top of patient-centered health-care systems. It fosters a strong partnership between care providers (including health care professionals, educational institutes, environmental planning and governance, law, industry, families and the society) and people with diabetes, for people’s empowerment, peer support, awareness, health education, and advocacy for the rights of those living with or at risk of diabetes and its complications.
Four of its abstracts have been selected by International Diabetes Federation (IDF) 2019 for oral presentation in Busan, Korea. The Abstracts that are being presented are:
- The Impact of Peer Support in improving the Lifestyles of People with Type 1 Diabetes
- Sports Clinis: Learning Diabetes Management for People with Type 1 Diabetes
- Safety of Recreational Scuba Diving in People with Type 1 Diabetes
- Type 1 Diabetes, Marriage and Social Stigma: A Case Study of Pakistan
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