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NEW Policy Statement on Low Carbohydrate Diets for the management of Type 2 Diabetes in Adults


DSG Outcomes Tool Now Available

Visit the Professional Resources page under the Resources section to view this and download an outcomes template. 


About us

The Diabetes Specialist Group aims to provide a forum for dietitians with a specialist role or interest in the care of children or adults with diabetes.

Aims:

As a BDA specialist group we work closely with the BDA, Diabetes UK and other agencies including all the UK’s governments to contribute to training, education and guidelines for dietitians, people with diabetes and the wider healthcare team.

The BDA Diabetes Specialist Group has one subgroup:

This sub-group is free to join as a BDA Diabetes Specialist Group member.

Contact

For more information, explore the site or contact a member of the Diabetes Specialist Group Committee. To request changes or to ask that information be added to the website please contact the website committee members (details under 'Meet the Committee')

 


Members only live Webinar

“Type 1 Diabetes Research in children, referencing immunotherapy and the artificial pancreas ” 

We have been kindly invited by the FDG to register for a webinar, open to FDG and DSG members only, presented by Dr Loredana MarcovecchioPaediatric Endocrinologist and Clinical Research Fellow, Department of Paediatrics, Cambridge University 

The live webinar will be on the 6th December from 8 to 9pm. If you cannot attend live, register anyway and you will receive the webinar recording. 

To register for the webinar go to the Members area and click on the link

The BDA Diabetes Specialist Group has one subgroup:

  • Paediatric Diabetes subgroup; a group for Dietitians who work or are interested in children and young people with Diabetes.

This sub-group is free to join as a BDA Diabetes Specialist Group member.