Diabetes
Vol. 20 No 1 | Autumn 2018
This issue of O&G Magazine deals with one of the most critical public health issues of the day – diabetes. Diabetes was first recognised as a National Health Priority Area in 1996. At least one in seven pregnancies in Australia is affected by diabetes. The prevalence of diabetes in our communities continues to increase and the health costs of this non-communicable disease (NCD) are almost incalculable.
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Prof Steve Robson
College
From the President
Prof Steve Robson
Alana Killen
College
From the CEO
Alana Killen
Dr Kirsten Connan
College
A/Prof Katie Groom: researcher and MFM clinician leading in her field
Dr Kirsten Connan

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