International Diabetes Institute (IDI)
1976 Melbourne VIC Australia
1976, Melbourne (Australia), as Lions - International Diabetes Institute (LIDI), within the framework of B-XB3548 - WHO, incorporating 'WHO Collaborating Centre for Epidemiology of Diabetes Mellitus and Health Promotion for Non-communicable Disease Control', 'MOW Diabetes Education Centre' and 'Regional Diabetes Resource and Training Centre'. Ceased to exist, 2008, on merger with Baker Heart Research Institute, to become the national Baker IDI - Heart and Diabetes Institute.
Undertake medical surveys and advise on diabetes and other non-communicable diseases in the Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean Regions; provide training courses for health professionals; carry out and promote treatment and education of patients with diabetes and associated disorders.
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Board of Directors, consisting of President, Vice-President, Honorary Treasurer, Directors. Executive Management, comprising Director, Managing Director, Deputy Directors.
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