A selection of useful resources developed by clinical psychologist Dr Rose Stewart with the support of other healthcare...
Suggestions for ways to relax that don't just revolve around 'deep breathing'
An article for nurses on footcare for people with Diabetes originally published in the British Journal of Community Nursing.
Diabulimia: The World's Most Dangerous Eating Disorder. A BBC documentary following three people living with type 1 diabetes and...
Animated infographic about diabulimia and other eating disorders, created to raise awareness.
Complex Care Plan. DWED - Diabetics With Eating Disorders is a charity providing support, advocacy and training for people...
A 6 minute animated video about diabetic retinopathy; what it is, how it's treated and how to prevent it.
Overview of diabetes and the menopause
Danny's story about retinal screening and the consequences of missing an appointment or two. From Guys and St Thomas NHS...
A patient insight into finding out about erectile dysfunction.
Blog about combatting diabetes burnout in teenagers.
Edelman report on life expectancy in type 1 diabetes in the 21st century
'Making sense of diabetes' - Diatribe is a US-based online magazine with news, updates and general information about diabetes.
Blog from Lydia about her adventures backpacking around Europe - with hints and tips to survive!
DVLA fitness to drive assessment (Downloadable PDF)
Website from UK eye doctors with information about screening, complications of diabetes and how to stay healthy
Website containing info on many aspects of treatment & living with type 1 diabetes.
Beat is a UK charity supporting anyone affected by eating disorders.
One of many blogs by Kerri discussing living with T1 - this one is about stress!
A project for children and young people using the UCLH service that allows them to talk, connect and share experiences
Website for 'Young Minds', a UK charity providing support and resources for children, young people, parents and professionals to...
A list of local eating disorder services - not diabetes specific.
One of many blogs by Kerri Sparling discussing living with T1.