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The American Diabetes Association (ADA) Scientific Sessions is one of the biggest events in diabetes, attracting the leading experts in the field from researchers to doctors to nurses to dietitians and more.
25th July 2014
A new study indicates that people who take part in shift work have a greater chance of developing type 2 diabetes than those who have regular hours.
A risk assessment tool devised by Diabetes UK and distributed through stores belonging to Boots can help in the fight against diabetes in the UK.
23rd June 2014
Dr Jen Nash, clinical psychologist and founder of Positive Diabetes, speaks to Quality in Care (QiC) Diabetes about her work to provide psychological support to people with diabetes.
31st March 2014
There was positive news for the diabetes community last month when Novo Nordisk posted data at the Diabetes UK conference demonstrating that its combination drug IDegLira avoids common side effects for diabetes treatment while still lowering blood sugar levels.
There are many ongoing projects that are helping people with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes in practical and efficient ways, improving patient outcomes and experience.
12th March 2014
The fourth Quality in Care (QiC) Diabetes programme is now open for entry to teams and individuals working within the field of diabetes.
6th March 2014
This webinar will feature three case studies of good practice in diabetes care
6th February 2014
With Quality in Care Diabetes now in its third year, we bring you two FREE webinars featuring speakers from projects recognised in the first two award programmes to celebrate and share excellence in diabetes care.
15th January 2014
A Cheshire man was last week presented with a national award for his honest, open and informative blog on living with diabetes.
14th October 2013
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