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The Diabetes indicators in Australia are standardised measures of the highest priority information that can be used to:

  • establish benchmarks
  • monitor and compare the diabetes status of population groups over time, and
  • monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of health policy, prevention and management strategies.

The indicators

  1. Overweight and obesity
  2. Exercise
  3. Diet
  4. Annual cycle of care
  5. Quality of life
  6. Diabetes deaths
  7. Incidence of diabetes
  8. Prevalence of diabetes
  9. Cardiovascular disease
  10. Loss of vision
  11. Prevalence of treated end-stage kidney disease (ESKD)
  12. Incidence of treated end-stage kidney disease (ESKD)
  13. Lower-limb amputations

Last updated: September 2013.

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