Key Findings for National Diabetes Registry Report 2013-2019

The key findings of the report was shared by Dr Arunah Chandran, a public health physician from Cardiovascular-Diabetes Prevention and Control Unit, Disease Control Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia during the webinar on Role of Nurses in Diabetes Care in conjunction with World Diabetes Day 2020 celebration recently.

The National Diabetes Registry (NDR) was established to monitor clinical outcomes of diabetes patients managed at the Ministry of Health (MOH) primary health clinics. The NDR began in 2009 and is monitored via a web-based data collection system since 2011. All patients receiving diabetes care at participating health clinics (KKs) are required to be registered into the NDR, and the patient’s status is regularly updated. A proportion of patient records are audited annually, and the clinical and treatment information is captured in NDR. This report analyzes and evaluates the clinical outcome, treatment, and complications among audited diabetes patient records for 2013 – 2019.

Download the presentation slides here : Key Findings for NDR Report 2013-2019

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