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Diabetes in Germany – Nationalen Diabetes Surveillance Report 2019 (refer to: Diabetes in Germany – National Diabetes Surveillance Report 2019)

Diabetes in Germany – National Diabetes Surveillance Report 2019

National Diabetes Surveillance published the first diabetes report, ‘Diabetes in Germany – National Diabetes Surveillance Report 2019’ on 14 November 2019, World Diabetes Day. The report sets out the most important results gained from the project to establish national diabetes surveillance at the Robert Koch Institute and also provides an overview of the current situation relating to diabetes in Germany.

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Publication on the impact of major depressive disorder on glycaemic changes over time

Type 2 diabetes (T2D) shows a high comorbidity with depression and there is strong evidence for a bi-directional relationship. However, the role of clinically relevant depression for diabetes prevention is still unclear. In a recent study, we investigated the prospective impact of major depressive disorder (MDD) on glycaemic changes after 12 years. More: Publication on the impact of major depressive disorder on glycaemic changes over time …

Diabetic Medicine - Sex-specific impact of major depressive disorder on 12-year change in glycaemic status: Results from a nationwide cohort study of adults without diabetes in Germany (refer to: Publication on the impact of major depressive disorder on glycaemic changes over time)

Diabetes and its risk factors during childhood and adolescence

On the occasion of World Diabetes Day, the diabetes surveillance team at the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) presents current results on diabetes in childhood and adolescence as well as in pregnancy. More: Diabetes and its risk factors during childhood and adolescence …

Ergebnisse zu Kindern und Jugendlichen (refer to: Diabetes and its risk factors during childhood and adolescence)

Article on perceived access to health care and the role of telemedicine in the COVID-19 pandemic

A recent publication investigated the impact of non-pharmaceutical measures to contain the spread of SARS-CoV-2 on perceived access to medical care in Germany during three different stages of lockdown over the course of 2020. Additionally, stratified results on the required treatment occasion as well as the use and satisfaction regarding telemedicine services are presented for the stage of the second lockdown in December. More: Article on perceived access to health care and the role of telemedicine in the COVID-19 pandemic …

Proportion of treatment occasions among participants requiring medical appointments from Reitzle et al. (2021) (refer to: Article on perceived access to health care and the role of telemedicine in the COVID-19 pandemic)

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