Consultation process with stakeholders
Diabetes Action Now draws on the experience and expertise of a network of groups and individuals worldwide. Two formal consultations have taken place: the first to develop the workplan for Diabetes Action Now (November 2003 to February 2004) and the second to consider a specific activity to improve health care for people with diabetes (December 2004 to February 2005).
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Providing Guidance on Health Care for People with Diabetes
One of the planned activities for Diabetes Action Now is the provision of guidance on the contents and implementation of national diabetes programmes. As a first step, a consultation process was initiated to seek the views of a broad spectrum of people, including partners at WHO regional offices and IDF and individuals with direct experience of providing diabetes care, concerning the work proposed to assist in strengthening health care for people with diabetes in developing countries.
Plans for providing guidance on the contents and implementation of national diabetes programmes
Proposals for providing guidance on the contents and implementation of national diabetes programmes
Consultation process for Diabetes Action Now
During the initial consultation period between November 2003 and January 2004, the five key areas of activity for Diabetes Action Now were discussed with a broad range of potential partners including WHO regional and country offices, WHO collaborating centres, IDF regional offices and the members of IDF task forces. Participants were asked to comment on the proposed programme of work, to provide information about relevant work and to suggest ways in which the respondents might participate in the programme.
Summary of the consultation process
Detailed information about the general response to the programme of Diabetes Action Now, feedback on specific areas and the outcome of the consultation.