7 steps for success for injecting insulin with pen needles
Injecting regularly with the right technique ensures the insulin can work effectively.
Keeping up-to-date with injection techniques helps you make the most of your treatment.
Check out BD and Me™ here for free online courses and all the information you need on the best way to inject your insulin.
2021 marked 100 years of insulin. "When I think diabetes, I want to think... Adventure. Spontaneity. Courage." Stereotypes are made to be broken.
For World Diabetes Day 2021, let’s speak openly about insulin injecting, with real people and real stories. Watch their videos to begin the journey together!
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Clinically demonstrated to reduce the pain of injection.
DRWF bring you this information and offer in partnership with BD.
We do not endorse products, but we will support initiatives that increase awareness to DRWF and our activities, and where there is an appropriate message, product or service for people with diabetes. To this end, we have worked to explore meaningful partnership and corporate sponsorship opportunities, where there is a synergy in mission, vision and values. Any potential partnership is assessed for feasibility, compatibility with our own objectives, and risk to ensure there is no detrimental effect to our reputation or fundraising potential. Robust risk assessment supports our desire to only engage in suitable and best value partnerships. Detailed discussion and negotiation ensures that both parties aims are complementary and mutually beneficial. This ensures transparency and integrity in all partnerships.
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Each year we run events for people living with diabetes, ranging from educational workshops and wellness events, to fundraising marathons and group skydives. To find out more about our events and how we support people living with diabetes, please visit our Events Page.
Since 1998 we have provided over £12 million of funding for medical research programmes, with the aim of finding a cure for all types of diabetes. In 2004, we made a significant commitment to Islet Cell Research and Transplant, a programme which focuses on the role of islet cells in diabetes. Read more about our commitment to research by visiting our Research Page.
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