Our Programs

Booklets/Resources

We offer a library of booklets for Health Professionals and Families in 21 languages as well as

other clinical resources (e-Learning Portal, WHO Growth Charts, Teleconsultations, Books)

Access to Medicines

We improve the access to essential medicines for children with endocrine diseases and diabetes in low and middle income countries

Training

We facilitate the education in Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes of staff in low and middle income countries

Research

Funding permitting, we support research designed to improve clinical care and performed by Pediatric Endocrinologists in low and middle income countries

 

The goal of this page is to increase awareness about the many existing resources in pediatric endocrinology and diabetes, to prevent redundancy of initiatives and to promote collaboration between health professionals. Ultimately the goal is to improve clinical care for children and adolescents with endocrine conditions and diabetes. To access the current available resources, please click below:

If you have any resources that you would like to share, please forward them via email to: info@globalpedendo.org. After approval, the information provided by you will be posted on the GPED website www.globalpedendo.org. 

 

Please note this information will be made available to the general public. By providing it, you agree to be potentially contacted by interested parties and to update the information, as necessary, on a yearly basis or when contacted by us. GPED does not verify the information you provide or take responsibility for it.

 

Thanks for your collaboration.

For any questions, please contact us at info@globalpedendo.org.

 

To improve access to essential medicines for children with endocrine diseases and diabetes in low and middle income countries.

 

GPED works with Regional Pediatric Endocrine Societies and local pediatric endocrinologists to facilitate a sustainable access to medicines that are essential to Pediatric Endocrine, care but not readily available; this is the case for fludrocortisone.

 

GPED will offer a platform where experience can be shared and expertise developed. GPED presently focuses on Africa and Latin America. A model that has been successfully by CLAN (Caring and Living as Neighbours) is being used in collaboration with Dr K Armstrong.

Fludrocortisone donated to GPED arrives in Kumasi (Ghana). More in Newsletter N 8.

 

To improve access to essential medicines for children with endocrine diseases and diabetes in low and middle income countries, GPED works with Regional Pediatric Endocrine Societies and local pediatric endocrinologists to facilitate a sustainable access to medicines that are essential to Pediatric Endocrine, care but not readily available; this is the case for fludrocortisone.

 

GPED will offer a platform where experience can be shared and expertise developed. GPED presently focuses on Africa and Latin America. A model that has been successfully by CLAN (Caring and Living as Neighbours) is being used in collaboration with Dr K Armstrong.

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To support research projects that are performed by Pediatric Endocrinologists in low and middle income countries and are designed to improve clinical care

  • Assessment of the Quality of Life in Tunisian Children and Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes (2014-2016, Dr Leila ESSADDAM, Tunisia) (4000 Euros)
    Objective: to understand challenges faced by children with diabetes and their families in Tunisia I order to develop tools to better address their needs

  • Neonatal hypocalcemia and Maternal Vitamin D Deficiency (2014-2016, Dr Yasmine OUAREZKI, Algeria) (4400 Euros)
    Objective: to assess Vitamin D stores in neonates in order to inform government policies on maternal Vitamin D supplementation in Algeria

  • Vitamin D status of Sri Lankan infants and their mothers during the first year of life (2014-2016, Dr Shamya de Silva, Sri Lanka) (10,128 USD)
    Objective: To assess the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency among exclusively breastfed infants and their mothers at 2 and 6 months and thereafter at 9 months when weaning has been established. This will support public health policies for Vitamin D supplementation in Sri Lanka.

  • Disorders of Sexual Development (DSD) in Neonates in Ghana/Nigeria: Initiating the Long Road towards Efficient and Comprehensive Clinical Care (2013-2016, Drs Ameyaw and Bonsu Asafo-Agyei, Ghana) (4,000 $USD)
    Objective: To determine the characteristics of male and female genitalia in Ghana in order to promote early recognition and management of disorders of sexual differentiation in neonates.

Global Pediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes

(GPED)

Suite #334, 3381 Cambie Street

Vancouver BC V5Z 4R3

Canada

info@globalpedendo.org

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