Joel Rodriguez-Saldana is a certified internist currently licensed until 2015. He was professor of Clinical Epidemiology and Geriatrics at the Department of Public Health in the National University of Mexico (UNAM) from 1980 to 2002.

His main areas of interest include outpatient diabetes care, geriatrics, clinical epidemiology and improvement of quality of health care, and has directed several projects, including a longitudinal survey of elderly in Mexico City from 1989 to 2005, implementation of Staged Diabetes Management in collaboration with the International Diabetes Center from Minneapolis, the state’s diabetes program of Hidalgo Mexico since 1995, and the Chronic Disease Model in collaboration with the Carlos Slim de Salud Institute in Mexico. Dr. Rodriguez Saldana is past president of the local Diabetes Association in Mexico City, the Mexican Diabetes Federation, and his professional memberships include the American Heart Association and the American College of Physicians.

He has lectured on diabetes, cardiovascular risk factors and geriatrics in Mexico, the United States, Canada and South Africa. His professional awards include the first “Donell D. Etzwiler” scholarship for his achievements in diabetes care, the Pan-American Health Organization, and the American Association of Diabetes Educators. Dr. Rodriguez-Saldana has been co-author of books and guidelines on diabetes and has published 31 articles in Mexican and international peer reviewed journals. Since 2003 he is the General Director of REMEDI, a research and development company devoted to improve the quality of health care in Mexico through outpatient diabetes care, continuing medical education, and clinical research.

Joel Rodriguez-Saldana
Resultados Medicos, Desarrollo e Investigacion Inc, Mexico
Joel Rodriguez-Saldana is a certified internist currently licensed until 2015. He was professor of Clinical Epidemiology and Geriatrics at the Department of Public Health in the National University of Mexico (UNAM) from 1980 to 2002.

His main areas of interest include outpatient diabetes care, geriatrics, clinical epidemiology and improvement of quality of health care, and has directed several projects, including a longitudinal survey of elderly in Mexico City from 1989 to 2005, implementation of Staged Diabetes Management in collaboration with the International Diabetes Center from Minneapolis, the state’s diabetes program of Hidalgo Mexico since 1995, and the Chronic Disease Model in collaboration with the Carlos Slim de Salud Institute in Mexico. Dr. Rodriguez Saldana is past president of the local Diabetes Association in Mexico City, the Mexican Diabetes Federation, and his professional memberships include the American Heart Association and the American College of Physicians.

He has lectured on diabetes, cardiovascular risk factors and geriatrics in Mexico, the United States, Canada and South Africa. His professional awards include the first “Donell D. Etzwiler” scholarship for his achievements in diabetes care, the Pan-American Health Organization, and the American Association of Diabetes Educators. Dr. Rodriguez-Saldana has been co-author of books and guidelines on diabetes and has published 31 articles in Mexican and international peer reviewed journals. Since 2003 he is the General Director of REMEDI, a research and development company devoted to improve the quality of health care in Mexico through outpatient diabetes care, continuing medical education, and clinical research.

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