The KiDS and Diabetes in Schools educational guide has been developed as a complimentary resource to the Kids and Diabetes Information Pack, published by the International Diabetes Federation in 2015. This guide is an awareness and information tool created to inform teachers, parents of children with diabetes as well as
Integrated care for diabetes and eye health: A global compendium of good practice. Melbourne, Australia, 2018. Authored and Compiled by: The Fred Hollows Foundation, and in partnership with: Helen Keller International, The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness, International Council of Ophthalmology, International Diabetes Federation, Lions Clubs International Foundation, Orbis International,
Learners are faced with the challenges of a constantly growing knowledge base, combined with multiple, competing information sources. There are many technologies currently being used in diabetes education, including podcasts, which are often shared in SoundCloud. Podcasts are audio files distributed by way of the Internet to share information asynchronously.
YouTube is a resource that can influence people‘s behavior, including the diabetic patient and their caregivers. Studies highlight the importance of YouTube as a source of information about some diseases including Diabetes Mellitus (DM). However, no study has evaluated the use of YouTube as a source of information about the