Subject    :    50 years of compassionate care & harmonious collabotation
Writer KDA
Date 2018-10-17 10:02:59 Hit 879

The Korean Diabetes Association (KDA) was founded in 1968 to promote national health through active academic exchange between members and research in the field of diabetes and metabolism.


In October, 1968, the KDA started with 30 members who found the need for research, education, and academic exchange on diabetes, with the rapid rise in the prevalence of diabetes in Korea. Now in 2018, there are 3,525 KDA members and 38,000 on line members.


The KDA holds 2 scientific sessions annually in spring and autumn, publishes 2 academic journals (Diabetes and Metabolism Journal, The Journal of Korean Diabetes), delivers continuous education for members and health professionals that care for patients with diabetes, fund research on diabetes and promote public awareness through diabetes camps and publicity programs. The association also provides objective credible information through books and guidelines. We also work to give voice to the rights of those with diabetes.


KDA is celebrating 50th Anniversary this year. This report is focusing on looking back on 50 years’ challenge and development of KDA.

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Notice : [Public campaign] Challenge100 [Public campaign] Challenge100 Written reply within 1 days 2019-10-17 5
32 2019 International Congress on Diabetes & Metabolism 2019-01-02 937
31 [Video] #4_Retiring 2018-12-03 866
30 [Video] #3_This is It! 2018-12-03 847
29 [Video] #2_Inpatient Diary 2018-12-03 665
28 [Video] #1 Mother's Time 2018-12-03 631
27 50 years of compassionate care & harmonious collabotation 2018-10-17 879
26 [Video] 2017 The Celebration of World Diabetes Day from KD... 2017-11-30 2,295
25 [Video] History of KDA 2017-11-30 2,265
24 [Video] About KDA by Sand-art 2017-11-30 2,149
23 2018 International Congress on Diabetes & Metabolism 2017-11-07 2,607

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