The Australian Government has funded ANDA since 1998. It is one of the few Australian longitudinal studies into diabetes.
Every year, ANDA collects, collates, analyses, audits and reports on data relating to:
- clinical diabetes
- patient education
The National Association of Diabetes Centres collects data from specialist diabetes centres across all states and territories in Australia.
Specialist diabetes centres use the data to check their own processes and patient outcomes against other Australian centres.
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare also uses data from the project to prepare their diabetes reports.
You can find the most recent ANDA reports on the National Association of Diabetes Centres' website.
You can find older ANDA publications on the web archive at Trove. The project was previously called the Australian National Diabetes Information Audit and Benchmarking project (ANDIAB).