Abstracts and Publications

Abstracts and Publications

Over the past years, SWEET has published several articles in peer reviewed international journals, with the increasing amount of data from centers across the world, will continue to make research a priority. SWEET members have presented results of the benchmarking and research during several conferences on national and international level.

Please find an overview what has been published in the last years:

2018

Prevalence of underweight, overweight and obesity in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes: data from the international SWEET registry

The influence of treatment, age at onset, and metabolic control on height in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes — A SWEET collaborative study

Basal to total insulin ratio and its association to HbA1c, BMI-SDS and treatment modality in children with T1D from the international SWEET database

Worldwide differences in pediatric type I diabetes: comparing 5 regions within the international SWEET registry

How SWEET changed diabetes care

Spreading SWEET outside Europe

Status of SWEET in Indian subcontinent

Worldwide differences in childhood diabetes: the SWEET centres

Favorable lipid profile in children on pump treatment compared to children on injection therapy: results from the SWEET Diabetes Registry

2017

Striving for control: lessons learned from a successful international Type 1 Diabetes Youth Challenge

European Reference Network on Rare Endocrine Conditions (Endo-ERN): mapping children and young people with rare diabetes in Europe

The association between treatment, age at onset and metabolic control and childhood height standard deviation score in children with type 1 diabetes

Prevalence of underweight, overweight and obesity in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes: Data from the SWEET registry

2016

Pediatric Diabetes Volume 17, Supplement 23, SWEET Project

The Mission of SWEET: Harmonize Care to Optimize, Outcomes of Children with Diabetes Worldwide

Possibilities and challenges of a large international benchmarking in pediatric diabetology—The SWEET experience

The development and implementation of the SWEET Peer Review Programme for pediatric diabetes centres

A description of clinician reported diagnosis of type 2 diabetes and other non-type 1 diabetes included in a large international multicentered pediatric diabetes registry (SWEET)

Seasonality at the clinical onset of type 1 - diabetes—Lessons from the SWEET database

Insulin pump therapy in children with type 1 diabetes: analysis of data from the SWEET registry

Contribution of SWEET to improve paediatric diabetes care in developing countries

The SWEET Initiative: targeting harmonized diabetes care through high quality data registry from 48 centers worldwide

SWEET going international

Improving Data Quality in a Growing Pediatric Diabetes Registry from 2010 to 2015: The SWEET Initiative with 42 Centres from Five Continents

SWEET –Improving Health in Pediatric Diabetes Worldwide

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