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The National (insulin-treated) Diabetes Register (NDR) is a database that collects information about people who use insulin as part of their treatment for diabetes.

It includes persons who began using insulin for management of diabetes since 1 January 1999, and who have consented to be included in the NDR. These include persons using insulin to manage type 1, gestational and type 2 diabetes. 


The objectives of the NDR are to:

  • Collect information about new cases of insulin-treated diabetes;
  • Monitor and report on the incidence of insulin-treated diabetes;
  • Provide information to health service providers and planners at Commonwealth, State and local levels; and
  • Assist in national diabetes monitoring.

Data sources

The NDR obtains information from two main data sources:

Latest results

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