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HINARI delivers ADA's event knowledge

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The American Diabetes Association (ADA) and Conference Archives (CAI) are pleased to announce that the HINARI Access to Research Initiative is now delivering the ADA’s event knowledge to participating institutions via Ekatius.

The delivery of ADA professional education event knowledge through HINARI will provide clinicians, researchers, and students in developing countries with the latest treatment advancements and research focused on diabetes. The WHO predicts that 80 percent of all new cases of diabetes are expected to appear in developing countries by 2025.

‘The American Diabetes Association is fortunate to host scientific and professional education activities that draw a wide audience of health care providers and scientists from around the world as both presenters and attendees,’ said John B. Buse, MD, PhD, president, medicine & science, ADA. ‘We hope that by providing greater access to the information shared at these meetings through HINARI, the American Diabetes Association can improve diabetes care in areas of the world that are both overburdened with diabetes and underserved with access to cutting-edge healthcare information.’

The ADA event knowledge in Ekatius to be delivered through HINARI will include abstracts, posters, and rich media presentations captured from the ADA’s recent and forthcoming Annual Scientific Sessions, held annually in June, as well as ADA’s Clinical and Research Symposia and ADA’s Annual Advanced Postgraduate Courses.