Launch of PCDSA in Diabetes Educator Update – 16 December 2015

6 Minutes 16 December 2015, by Michael Woodhead Professional society set up for primary care diabetes A new group has been set up to provide a professional voice for primary care practitioners working in diabetes care. The Primary Care Diabetes Society of Australia (PCDSA) is described by its founders as a not-for-profit group that will […]


Radio Interview 2SER 14 December 2015 about launch of PCDSA

2ser Real Radio 107.3FM 14 December 2015 Primary Care Diabetes Society of Australia Someone is diagnosed with diabetes in Australia every 5 minutes, with a shocking 1.7 million people currently living with the condition. While Australians have access to some of the most advanced medical care in the world, the treatment and management of diabetes […]


Launch of the Primary Care Diabetes Society of Australia

As in the rest of the world, the prevalence of diabetes in Australia continues to rise, and there are now more than 1 million people in the country who have been diagnosed with diabetes. The majority of these people will receive their healthcare in the primary care setting. The model of care that currently operates […]


Diabetes & Primary Care Australia

A new online journal for primary healthcare practitioners involved in the management of diabetes The vast majority of people with diabetes in Australia are managed in a primary care setting. As the burden of this condition increases, primary care will be called upon to shoulder the lion’s share of diabetes management. The model of care […]