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Kivalliq Health Information Service: Diabetes


General Guidelines

American Diabetes Association. Standards of medical care in diabetes 2019. (2019).

Diabetes Canada. Clinical Practice Guidelines. (2018).

Dyson P, et al. Diabetes UK evidence-based nutrition guidelines for the prevention and management of diabetes. (2018).

Hypertension Canada. Treatment of hypertension in association with Diabetes mellitus. (2018).

International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes. Clinical Practice Consensus Guidelines. (2018).

Munshi M, et al. Management of diabetes in long-term care and skilled nursing facilities: a position statement of the American Diabetes Association. (2018).

van Netten J, et al. Diabetic foot Australia guideline on footwear for people with diabetes. (2018).

Type 1 Diabetes

Canadian Paediatric Society. Managing type 1 diabetes in school: Recommendations for policy and practice. (2015).

Chamberlain J, et al. Treatment of type 1 diabetes: synopsis of the 2017 American Diabetes Association Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes. (2017).

Goss P, et al. ISPAD position statement on type 1 diabetes in schools. (2018).

Type 2 Diabetes

Aschner P, et al. Clinical practice guideline for the prevention, early detection, diagnosis, management and follow up of type 2 diabetes mellitus in adults. (2016).

Canadian Diabetes Association Clinical Practice Guidelines Expert Committee. Type 2 diabetes in Aboriginal peoples. (2013).

Chamberlain J, et al. Pharmacologic therapy for type 2 diabetes: Synopsis of the 2017 American Diabetes Association Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes. (2017).

Davies M, et al. Management of hyperglycemia in type 2 diabetes, 2018. A consensus report by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and the European Association for the study of Diabetes (EASD). (2018).

Diabetes Canada Clinical Practice Guidelines Expert Committee. 2018 Clinical Practice Guidelines: Type 2 Diabetes and Indigenous Peoples. (2018).

Waddell J. An update on type 2 diabetes management in primary care. (2017).

Zeitler P, et al. ISPAD clinical practice consensus guidelines 2018: Type 2 diabetes mellitus in youth. (2018).

Gestational Diabetes

Berger H, et al. Diabetes in pregnancy. (2016).

Committee on Practice Bulletins-Obstetrics. ACOG Practice Bulletin No. 190: Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. (2018).

Hod M, et al. The International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) Initiative on gestational diabetes mellitus: A pragmatic guide for diagnosis, management, and care. (2015).

London: National Institue for Health and Care Excellence (UK). Diabetes in pregnancy: Management of diabetes and its complications from preconeption to the postnatal period. (2015).


Atkinson-Briggs S, et al. Integrating diabetic retinopathy screening within diabetes education services in Australia's diabetes and Indigenous primary care clinics. (2019).

Crawford R, et al. Traditional knowledge-based lifestyle interventions in the prevention of obesity and type 2 diabetes in Indigenous children in Canada: a systematic review protocol. (2019).

Crowshoe L, et al. Educating for Equity Care Framework: Addressing social barriers of Indigenous patients with type 2 diabetes. (2019).

Dart A, et al. A holistic approach to risk for early kidney injury in Indigenous youth with type 2 diabetes: A proof of concept paper from the iCARE Cohort. (2019).

Delarue J, et al. Are marine n-3 fatty acids protective towards insulin resistance? From cell to human. (2020).

DiNicolantionio J, et al. Markedly increased intake of refined carbohydrates and sugar is associated with the rise of coronary heart disease and diabetes among the Alaskan Inuit. (2017).

Garup N, et al. Identification of novel high-impact recessively inherited type 2 diabetes risk variants in the Greenlandic population. (2018).

Jeppesen C, et al. Association between whole blood mercury and glucose intolerance among adult Inuit in Greenland. (2015).

Jiang Y, et al. Assessment of dysglycemia risk in the Kitikmeot region of Nunavut: using the CANRISK tool. (2017).

Kasole R, et al. Traditional medicine and its role in the management of diabetes mellitus: "Patients' and herbalists' perspectives". (2019)

Koch A. Diabetes in Greenland - how to deliver diabetes care in a country with a geographically dispersed population. (2019).

Laine M, et al. Impact of sunshine on the risk of gestational diabetes mellitus in primiparous women. Int J Circumpolar Health. 2020.

Leung L, et al. Diabetes mellitus and the Aboriginal diabetic initiative in Canada: An update review. (2016).

Manousaki D, et al. Toward precision medicine: TBC1D4 disruption is common among the Inuit and leads to underdiagnosis of type 2 diabetes. (2016).

Marushka L, et al. Association between fish consumption, dietary omega-3 fatty acids and persistent organic pollutants intake, and type 2 diabetes in 18 First Nations in Ontario, Canada. (2017).

Martens P, et al. Breastfeeding initiation associated with reduced incidence of diabetes in mothers and offspring. (2016).

McLean A, et al. Improving models of care or diabetes in pregnancy: Experience of current practice in Far North Queensland, Australia. (2019).

NACCH. The prevalence of Type 2 diabetes among First Nations and considerations for prevention. (2019).

Naseribafrouei A, et al. Estimated 8-year cumulative incidence of diabetes mellitus among Sami and non-Sami inhabitants of Northern Norway - The SAMINOR study. (2019).

Naseribafrouei A, et al. Prevalence of pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes mellitus among Sami and non-Sami men and women in Northern Norway - The SAMINOR 2 Clinical Survey. (2018).

Pedersen M, et al. Diabetes care in the dispersed population of Greenland. a new model based on continued monitoring, analysis and adjustment of initiatives taken. (2019).

Pedersen M, et al. Gestational diabetes and macrosomia among Greenlaners. Time to change diagnostic strategy? (2018).

Pedersen M, et al. Microvascular complications in Nuuk, Greenland, among Greenlanders and non-Greenlanders diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. (2018).

Ronn P, et al. Associations between birth weight and glucose intolerance in adulthood among Greenlandic Inuit. (2019).

Saad N, et al. Solving the mystery: the true prevalence of gestational diabetes in indigenous women. (2015).

Sefidbakht S, et al. High protein and cholesterol intakes associated with emergence of glucose intolerance in a low-risk Canadian Inuit population. (2016).

Singh K, et al. Persistent organic pollutants and diabetes among Inuit in the Canadian Arctic. (2017).

Spurr S, et al. Nurse-led diabetic retinopathy screening: a pilot study to evaluate a new approach to vision care for Canadian Aboriginal peoples. (2018).

Tompkins J, et al. National Survey of Indigenous primary healthcare capacity and delivery models in Canada: the TransFORmation of IndiGEnous PrimAry HEAlthcare delivery (FORGE AHEAD) community profile survey. (2018).

Turner G, et al. Resources to guide exercise specialists managing adults with diabetes. (2019).

Xu D, et al. Health-related behaviours in a remote Indigenous population with Type 2 diabetes: a Central Australian primary care survey in the Telehealth Eye and Associated Medical Services Network [TEAMSnet] project. (2019).

Patient Resources

Government of Canada. Diabetes. (2017).

Diabetes Canada. Resources for people with diabetes. (2018).

Native Women's Association of Canada. Diabetes self management toolkit for Aboriginal women. (2012).

Yukon Diabetes Reference Group. Yukon diabetes resource guide: Positive steps to manage your diabetes. (2018).

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