Diabetes Week is Monday 12 to Sunday 18 June 2023. To help raise awareness of the condition and to support the health and care professionals working with people with diabetes, we’ve created the below free resources.
For Diabetes Week, we’ve joined forces with two healthcare professionals to explore topical issues within the diabetes world.
Click play below to listen to the full podcast now.
Non-pharmacological interventions and technology in diabetes
with Georgina Parisi
Duration: 25 Minutes
Person-centered diabetes care
with Charles Odiase
Duration: 35 minutes
Dispelling diabetes myths:
Knowing the facts is key when managing any health condition. There is plenty of information available about diabetes, but not all of it is accurate.
For this year’s Diabetes Week, we’re dispelling some of the most common myths about the condition and sharing the key information.
These bite-sized videos aim to support health and care professionals to impact health outcomes. So test your knowledge now, and feel free to share these videos with others.
My journey with Type 1 Diabetes:
The theme for this year’s Diabetes Week is celebrating those with diabetes. With that in mind, one of our team has written about her experience of having diabetes. In one of our latest blog posts, Katie discusses what a day in the life of someone with type 1 diabetes is like and the impact pregnancy has had on her condition.
Want to know more?
We provide accredited courses at all levels, so whatever your level of experience, we have education and training available to support you.
We offer two CPD accredited bite-size courses, both taught through interactive online learning.
Higher Education courses
Our diploma and degree level short courses are accredited by the University of Hertfordshire.
We currently provide two postgraduate modules focused on diabetes, these can be taken as singular modules of as part of a broader PG Certificate in Diabetes Care.
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Note: The Respiratory Health Debunking Myths campaign was created with health and care professionals in mind. All content was correct at the time of creation.