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The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) is unique in being a federation of not-for-profit organisations dedicated to action on diabetes, and as such, forms the largest civil society organisation in the world serving people with, and affected by, diabetes. With over 230 Members in 170 countries, IDF is the legitimate voice of the global diabetes community.
The federation is engaged in action to tackle diabetes from the local to the global level - from programmes at community level to worldwide awareness and advocacy initiatives.
IDF aims to influence policy, increase public awareness and encourage health improvement, promote the exchange of high-quality information about diabetes, and provide education for people with diabetes and their healthcare providers.
The IDF congress is the most significant global diabetes event, convening the international diabetes community including physicians, scientists, nurses, educators and other healthcare professionals, as well as government representatives and policy makers.
We regularly receive over 2000 abstracts and host more than 300 international speakers. Up to 10 parallel sessions provide between 160 and 220 hours of CME accredited scientific content at top level touching on every aspect of diabetes and attracting healthcare professionals from various sectors. Nine different programme streams including new ones like Diabetes in Society and Culture and Diabetes and Disasters reflect the ever changing environment and challenges we face today.
The IDF 2017 Congress is expected to attract up to 12,000 participants.
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