Subjects: Health, Diets, etc.
YOUNG PEOPLE WITH TYPE 1 AS LONELY AS A CLOUD?
Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation (DRWF) is highlighting that young people living with type 1 diabetes can find the world a lonely place. The issue is that many families with a child living with diabetes do not know anyone else with the condition.
XANTHE FLIES HIGH WITH DIABETES SUPERHERO
An 11-year-old girl living with diabetes has used her amazing artistic skills to draw a diabetes superhero at a national virtual event. Her design was chosen to be turned into a professional artwork and was presented to her featuring her superhero creations ‘Super Nurse’ and ‘Insulin Thief’ as an art canvas.
DIABETES AND PREGNANCY IN THE UK: Women’s top 10 unanswered questions revealed to prioritise future research
A new study published today, funded in partnership with the Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation (DRWF), reveals the top 10 unanswered questions of pregnant women living with diabetes. The work has been undertaken to ensure future is centred on the greatest needs of those affected and not on assumptions.
UNITED ‘VIRTUALLY’ FOR WORLD DIABETES DAY – 14TH NOVEMBER 2020
A leading diabetes charity has partnered with the organisers of an annual event for healthcare professionals to take advantage of an innovative virtual conference and exhibition venue for all people living with diabetes to navigate through a virtual event to learn more about all forms of diabetes and understand more about good self-care, the latest treatments available. Free to attend.
ONE MAN’S UPHILL CHALLENGE WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES
London based Scotsman Cameron Muir (29) was diagnosed with the auto-immune Type-1 form of diabetes when he was taken ill and rushed to hospital aged just ten years old. This year he is marking the 20th anniversary of his diagnosis with a 7-day charity cycle ride in memory of his late grandmother, Dr Norna Cooper.
Leading diabetes charity strengthens Board of Trustees
Imperial College research scientist and Hampshire executive coach appointed by UK charity: Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation (DRWF).
Concerns over attention paid to diet, lifestyle and mental health of people with diabetes
Almost half of people with diabetes see a healthcare professional for 20 minutes or less a year on average despite it affecting them on a daily basis, according to national survey.The research was carried out by Diabetes Professional Care (DPC) in partnership with Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation (DRWF) and launched at DPC2019.
HAWKS SWOOP ON SECURING NEW COMMUNITY CHAMPION
Leading Hampshire based charity Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation (DRWF) has been signed by Havant & Waterlooville Football Club, known as The Hawks, to kick-off the new soccer season in an energetic health awareness and fundraising campaign as the Official Community Champion Partner.
Workplace screening reveals hidden threat of type 2 diabetes
Hundreds of people in Hampshire likely remain undiagnosed with type 2 diabetes could face serious future health risks A workplace screening exercise by Hampshire based Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation (DRWF) has demonstrated that many people are unaware that they are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes and the associated health risks,
DRWF SEEKS VOLUNTEERS FOR THERAPEUTIC RECREATION CAMP THIS JUNE AFTER OVERWHELMING RESPONSE FOR PLACES
Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation (DRWF) is seeking volunteers to support a free therapeutic recreation camp in Wiltshire for children and young people living with Type1 diabetes: Friday 7th– Sunday 9thJune 2019 at Liddington PGL in Wiltshire.
NEW DRWF AND ‘OVER THE WALL’ PARTNERSHIP AIMS HIGH TO HELP CHILDREN
- Much needed respite for families with children with Type 1 Diabetes - Project will raise self-esteem and confidence of young people Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation launch a partnership with Over The Wall a charity offering free therapeutic recreation camps for children and young people living with a serious health challenge such as Type1 diabetes.
DIABETES DOUBLES IN UK DESPITE RESEARCH ADVANCES
DRWF charity’s 20thanniversary marks ‘mounting challenge’ to NHS. The Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation (DRWF) first opened its doors as a charity in the UK in 1998 yet, despite the many developments in the fields of diabetes research, treatment and education over the last 20 years, the number of people over the age of 16 diagnosed with the condition has more than doubled to 3.8 million.
Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation events programme recognised at Quality in Care Diabetes Awards
Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation (DRWF) was delighted to be awarded the Judge’s Special Award and being Highly Commended in the Empowering People with Diabetes category at the annual Quality in Care (QiC) Diabetes awards held at Sanofi’s UK headquarters in Guildford on Thursday 12th October.
LOCAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS SUPPORT DIABETES WELLNESS DAY
The UK charity Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation (DRWF) aims to improve diabetes self-management skills and is organising its first Diabetes Wellness Day for people living with all forms of diabetes in the Midlands. The day is on October 8th and is at The Chesford Grange Hotel, Kenilworth, it will run from 9.30am to 3.30pm and costs £5 to attend and includes lunch and refreshments.
DIABETES CHARITY SHORTLISTED FOR AWARD
Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation (DRWF), a national diabetes charity based on Hayling Island, Hampshire, has been shortlisted for a Quality in Care (QiC) award in the category called ‘Empowering People with Diabetes’ for an initiative it launched on the South Coast and has now rolled out nationally, hosting diabetes wellness events that are empowering people in effective self-management.
HAMPSHIRE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS SUPPORT DIABETES WELLNESS DAY
Research by analytic database company Exasol uncovers a 40% rise in diabetes prescriptions between 2011 and 2016.
LOCAL BUSINESSES SWING FOR CHARITY
Annual diabetes charity golf day raises £819 at Meon Valley Golf Club.
‘SKY’S THE LIMIT’ AS DEBBIE DIGS DEEP FOR LOCAL DIABETES CHARITY SKYDIVE FROM 15,000 FEET
Hayling Island resident Debbie McILroy normally has her feet firmly on the ground but she has just volunteered to jump out an aeroplane from 15,000 feet in a skydive challenge for local charity, Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation (DRWF), which also has its national headquarters on the island.
DIANA ROSS DIABETES FUNDRAISER TO ROCK PORTSMOUTH
A local Diana Ross and Motown tribute singer, whose family has a history of Diabetes, is to donate an evening to Hampshire headquartered charity Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation (DRWF) in a spectacular fundraising dinner to be hosted at Tiger Tiger, Gunwharf Quay, on Friday 17 March.
Singer Gloria Miller says she is supporting the charity because of her personal experience of the hea