The Australian Diabetes Society is jointly involved in collaboration with the following organisations on a number of Working Parties related to Diabetes Projects:-


National Association of Diabetes Centres (NADC)

The National Association of Diabetes Centres (NADC) was established in 1994 as a national collective of Diabetes Centres that seek to improve the standard of care available to people with diabetes. These Diabetes Centres strive to be Centres of Excellence in diabetes care. Our standards are underpinned by the principles of chronic disease management, including a multidisciplinary approach with an effective system of service delivery, integration and co-ordination of care between different services and service providers (including general practice), support for self-management, evidence-based decision support and clinical information systems, with the focus being on proactive maintenance of good health and complications prevention. NADC Diabetes Centres aim to bridge the gap between the acute care hospital system, and the long-term chronic care of primary care and community services. The NADC is an organisation jointly established by the Australian Diabetes Society (ADS) and the Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA). Since March 2015, NADC is a division of the Australian Diabetes Society.

For information about the NADC and its objectives, including membership please visit the NADC website at


We would like to invite you to be a part of the Australasian Diabetes Advancements and Technologies Summit (ADATS) 2019.

Organised by the National Association of Diabetes Centres (NADC), the one-day Summit will include presentations and discussions from some of the most prominent and influential leaders in the healthcare field with a particular focus on diabetes and advancing technologies and therapeutics. ADATS will bring together organisations and businesses that are leading the way in healthcare innovation and provide an avenue to celebrate the exciting and ground-breaking ways healthcare can benefit from technology.
The ADATS program will provide a forum of plenary session presentations, interactive demonstrations, best practice innovation, technologies and therapeutics presentations, workshops and practical sessions and provide a great base for networking opportunities. Topics included in the program will include, but are not be limited to, funding of insulin pump programs and continuous glucose monitoring clinics, use of new technologies including the latest monitoring systems and technological approaches to diabetes management, latest medications and insulins on the market and emerging therapeutics.

To view the ADATS program please click here to visit our website.

Friday 18 October 2019
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, VIC

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