#GBdoc is one of the main hashtags used on Twitter by members of the UK Diabetes Online Community. Whilst the majority of...
JDRF guide to starting and surviving at university.
Renza blogs about her life with T1 - this post discusses the burden of living with T1 and what she wishes had been different...
ADA Diabetes forecast on data sharing and CGMs.
JDRF video documenting a teen's day with T1
Website containing info on many aspects of treatment & living with type 1 diabetes.
A collaboration between Disney and Lilly (pharma company) to provide stories & support for children with T1
Videos from the inaugural Talking About Diabetes event which took place in March 2016.
Beat is a UK charity supporting anyone affected by eating disorders.
Blog by Alexis about living with diabetes, new technology and now a new baby too
Official DAFNE (dose adjustment for normal eating) website
Videos about Type 1 diabetes aimed at those newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
A short video by Will (dietitian) about what carbohydrates are and where to find them.
One of many blogs by Kerri discussing living with T1 - this one is about stress!
Peer support network for people with diabetes (T1&2) in Hampshire.
First part of Diabetes UK's educational video about drinking with diabetes
Second part of Diabetes UK's educational video about drinking with diabetes
A list of resources provided by the charity JDRF. Some of the them you need to send for, including the Kidsac with teddy, whilst...
US site for parents of children with T1 - recommended / reviewed books with links to amazon.com
A project for children and young people using the UCLH service that allows them to talk, connect and share experiences
Blogs from healthcare professionals, parents and children at UCLH diabetes dept.
Very comprehensive walkthrough of things to consider as a woman with diabetes who may or may not be planning a pregnancy....
Humourous blog talking about living with type 1 diabetes as a young person. This page discusses the issue of taking time off...
Collection of blogs done for DUK by various writers ranging from healthcare professionals to people with diabetes (both T1 and...