Global Pediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes GPED

Global Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes (GPED) is a non-profit organization established in 2010. GPED aims at improving the care of children presented with endocrine disorders or with diabetes living in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) through public advocacy, training and education of local health professionals, clinical collaborations and development of translational clinical research.

Access to care

In the developing world, 2,210,000 children suffer from pediatric endocrine disorders and diabetes and only 1 in 10 children have access to proper care.​​

Newsletter Issue 15

 

GPED is committed to continuing our activities as best as possible. Please click here to view the latest edition of our Newsletter. 

Booklets for Health Professionals and Families

Download our library of booklets for health professionals and families (21 languages)

GPED@ESPE in Liverpool

Meeting has been posposted to May 7-9, 2020.

Online

Discussion :

Teleconsultations

Need help with a challenging case?

Now GPED gives you the opportunity to discuss and consult clinical cases with a pediatric  endocrinologist online!

Research

We support the research done by pediatric endocrinologists in low and middle income countries; designed to improve clinical care

Preliminary Announcement

The 11th International Meeting of Pediatric Endocrinology will take place in Buenos Aires from 25-28 September 2021. Mark your calendars!

Access to Fludrocortisone: from Canada to Ghana. Can your country also benefit? 

Get inspired by the story of Dr Emmanuel Ameyaw, a pediatric endocrinologist from Ghana.

Ghana will have the first trained pediatric endocrine nurse.

Go to our stories and meet Deborah Amakye Ansah, who trained in Canada for two months.

COVID-19: GPED's Special Edition Newsletter

This special edition includes 2 important contributions:

- an initiative by Life for A Child (LFAC) and JDRF.

- translation of practical information on the management of patients with endocrine diseases and diabetes in the era of COVID-19 into French, Spanish, Chinese, and Arabic. 

Click here to access this COVID-19 Edition. 

Clinical Resources for Health Professionals

Discover the e-Learning Portal, WHO Growth Charts, Teleconsultations and books for health professionals (and add to GPED's resources by sharing your own expertise)

Newsletter

15th Edition 

Editorial

Welcome to our 15th Edition of the GPED Newsletter!

In this edition, you will find the following discussion topics:

  • Coronavirus Infection (COVID-19) and diabetes care: JDRF and ISPAD

  • Medical books in Spanish

  • Coronavirus: ISPAD initiative

  • Personal experience in Sudan: visiting fellow

  • Subspecialty fellowship in pediatric endocrinology in Sudan

  • News from Africa

  • ASPED-ESPE Academy 2019

  • Pediatric endocrinology and diabetes: Ghanaian experience

Click here to the Newsletter section! Please remember to subscribe to our GPED Newsletter email list to receive the most up-to-date GPED information!

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Highlights

NEW! 

Yearbook in Pediatric Endocrinology

Every year, the European Society for Paediatric Endocrinology publishes a Yearbook with expert commentaries on the most important articles published over the last 12 months. You can access the complete 2019 Yearbook free of charge at  http://www.espeyearbook.org/ Drs. Julia von Oettingen and Jean-Pierre Chanoine edited the chapter on Global Health and are delighted to share it with you. To access this chapter, please click here.

Fall 2019

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GPED partnering with 

Life for a Child

Increasing the provision of blood glucose meters and strips as well as HbA1c supplies to children and youth with diabetes in Haiti and Jamaica

BECOME A GPED Member

GPED is open to all pediatric endocrinologists or health professionals working in the field of pediatric endocrinology and diabetes in a low income setting.

GPED membership is free

Global Pediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes

(GPED)

Suite #334, 3381 Cambie Street

Vancouver BC V5Z 4R3

Canada

info@globalpedendo.org

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