United Through Diabetes 2020
DRWF and Diabetes Professional Care have teamed up to offer a unique Virtual Wellness Day experience for people living with diabetes
Discover the very latest diabetes information and be empowered by the UK’s leading diabetes healthcare professionals.
Bridging the gap between healthcare professionals and people living with diabetes with a patient-led conference and interactive exhibition designed to provide up-to-date education, and inspirational sessions to help people living with all types of diabetes, and their family and friends.
Giving you the confidence, knowledge, and tools you need to take control of your own health and diabetes journey.
What will be on offer?
Our programme has been designed by people living with diabetes and our expert line up of healthcare professionals:
Learn and share experience in Our 4 Virtual Conference Theatres
- Understanding Diabetes
- Managing Diabetes
- Living with Diabetes
- Diabetes Community
Share your experience and learn from others in our Dedicated Networking Rooms. Hot topics including:
- T1 Diabetes
- T1 Looping Technologies
- Exercise, Diet & Nutrition
Find out what is on offer to you in our Virtual Exhibition of Technology, Patient Advocacy, and Charity Organisations.
Visit the Tech Drop In Zone to meet with suppliers, watch demos of products and services, and ask specific questions about the tech you use or are interested in.
Click here to View the Full Programme
“As a person both living with Type 1 Diabetes and working in diabetes education, I can't stress enough the value of keeping informed and staying educated on the subject. It doesn't matter what type of diabetes you have or if you are a family member, friend, or carer, United Through Diabetes have something for everyone.”
Lee Calladine, DRWF Events Co-Ordinator
“As the organiser of the UK’s leading national diabetes event for healthcare professionals, we’re so excited to have the opportunity to give people living with diabetes, and their friends and families a day of education and support. We know that, this year in particular, there have been less opportunities for people living with diabetes to access support, communicate with other people living with diabetes, and access learning and skills to self-manage their health. We look forward to welcoming you all to this free-to-attend day of education where you’ll be able to communicate directly with others from around the uk and our partners and sponsors who include the NHS, patient charities and advocacy groups, and many of the most innovative diabetes tech and service providers.”
Maggie Meer, Founder of Diabetes Professional Care & United Through Diabetes