Month: February 2023

DAFNE stands for ‘Dose Adjustment For Normal Eating’. It evolved from the education programme and insulin regimen developed in Germany by Michael Berger in the 1980’s and teams from Northumbria, Sheffield and Kings visited Germany together in the late 1990’s before bringing the programme back to the UK and adapting it for the UK population. […]
Dr Amar Puttanna is a Diabetes and Endocrine Consultant in the West Midlands and National Advisor for NHS Engagement for Sanofi UK. He is particularly interested in education, having won teaching awards from the University of Birmingham and the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and currently sits on the MRCP examining board. Amar has […]
Paul O’Neill is a former British Touring car Championship driver, and now is an ITV sports pundit. Paul found his passion for motor sports from a very young age and had an impressive 15-year career in the hot seat and achieved notable successes along the way including his famous first BTCC (British Touring Car Championship) […]
  by Belinda Moore The first birthday celebrations for #diabeteschat on Monday 6th February 2023 brings a conversation about life with diabetes as a professional footy player: One thing I found interesting in tonight’s chat were two themes that kept popping up because it’s what obviously keeps Aussie-Kiwi, Jack Iredale, professional footy player with T1D […]
Jack is a professional footballer who plays as a defender for League One club Bolton Wanderers, after joining them in the summer of 2022. Jack was born in Scotland, before moving to New Zealand and then over to Australia. Jack has played for 2 local teams in Australia; before moving back to his hometown and […]