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Interactive visualization of the results of the Diabetes Surveillance (refer to: Results on diabetes in Germany)

Results on diabetes in Germany

Diabetes Surveillance provides interactive graphics for numerous key figures on the situation relating to diabetes in Germany and updates them continuously. Wherever possible, the results are presented both over time and in cross-sectional form, regionalised and stratified by age, gender and educational group.

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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)

Current Results of the Diabetes Surveillance in the Context of Care and the COVID-19 Pandemic

In June, new results from the National Diabetes Surveillance were published in the second issue of the Journal of Health Monitoring (2/2021). More: Current Results of the Diabetes Surveillance in the Context of Care and the COVID-19 Pandemic …

Current results of the diabetes surveillance in the context of Care and the COVID-19 pandemic - Journal of Health Monitoring 2/2021 (refer to: Current Results of the Diabetes Surveillance in the Context of Care and the COVID-19 Pandemic)

Publication on depressive symptoms and quality of health care in diabetes

Depression belongs to the most important comorbidities in a diabetes disease. In a recent article, we investigated whether the presence of depressive symptoms among adults with diagnosed diabetes is associated with adverse quality of care (QoC) in diabetes. More: Publication on depressive symptoms and quality of health care in diabetes …

Factors associated with undiagnosed type 2 diabetes in Germany: results from German Health Interview and Examination Survey for Adults 2008–2011 (refer to: Publication on depressive symptoms and quality of health care in diabetes)

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