Our members have just received the Diabetes Matters magazine, a quarterly magazine packed with the latest diabetes news, tips and recipes. Here is one of the most popular articles on how you can “taste the rainbow”.             Diabetes Matters is just one of the many benefits of a Diabetes WA
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  The Diabetes WA offices will be closed from 2pm Friday 22 December 2017. We will reopen on Tuesday 2 January 2018 with our experienced and friendly staff and diabetes experts available 8.30am-4.30pm weekdays on 1300 001 880. If you are experiencing a diabetes-related emergency please call 000 immediately. From all of us at Diabetes
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Raffle Winners First prize $10,000 – ticket number: 65043 Second prize $1,000 – Ticket number 61897 Third prize $500 – Ticket number 23127 Fourth Prize $500 – Ticket number 75095 Drawn on 21 December 2017
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Understanding how to live well with type 2 diabetes can be daunting, but 44 Aboriginal people around the Pilbara have taken the opportunity to put themselves in control of their health by attending a workshop adapted in consultation with communities across WA, including Roebourne. Diabetes WA has been running DESMOND (Diabetes Education and Self-Management for
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Last week Natasha Watson represented Diabetes WA and the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) at the International Diabetes Federation Congress in Abu Dhabi. She was invited to the conference to present the NDSS National Evaluation Framework, which measures the quality and outcomes of NDSS programs delivered nationally, such as DESMOND and the SMARTS. “For the
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We are so thankful to researchers all around Australia who are looking for ways to prevent diabetes or help people live well with diabetes. Would you like to help them by participating in their research? People with type 1 diabetes: complete a 10 minute survey and go in the draw to win an iPad Professor
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Researchers from The University of Western Australia are seeking volunteers to participate in a study on why people may and may not undertake various activities in managing their diabetes. For the study it does not matter how much or little you do; there are no rights and wrongs in this regard. Your valuable inputs will
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Diabetes WA invites you to participate in a focus group to provide direction on the future of primary care engagement at Diabetes WA. The focus groups will explore the needs and expectations of primary care, test ideas and attitudes to proposed service delivery and identify gaps in service provision. As a health professional with a
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