On these pages you will find the following resources, publications and reports as a one-stop shop to support your work in diabetes, its treatment and patient care.
Diabetes Update magazine
Diabetes UK's quarterly publication for professionals working in diabetes healthcare and research.
Other magazines and newsletters
A range of regular publications centred around diabetes, aimed at people with diabetes (including children, teenagers, parents and for people from black and minority ethnic communities) and healthcare professionals, available through membership of Diabetes UK.
Publications on tape
We produce a number of our publications on tape and/or CD, made especially for people with visual impairment.
Our online shop is packed with publications and other items to help people to manage diabetes. You can order publications for people with diabetes, as well as some items designed specifically for healthcare professionals.
Reports, statistics and case studies
Reports and statistics for healthcare professionals, including reports such as Diabetes UK user surveys, specialist services and primary care provision.
Care recommendations and position statements
Guidance for the many aspects of managing diabetes care and Diabetes UK's stand on a range of different aspects of diabetes care, including statements on integrated care.
Interactive tools for you and your patients to use.
- Carbs Count e-book, an introduction to carbohydrate counting and insulin dose adjustment.
- Diabetes Tracker App, taking the daily chore out of logging levels such as blood glucose, carbohydrates and calories.
- HbA1c converter, to help calculate HbA1c values given in millimoles per mol (mmol/mol), converting from a percentage (%).
- Our two-minute Risk Score test to calculate the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
- Our Store tour, an online guide to food shopping and menu planning.
A picture of diabetes care in your local area. Information provided at a local level to inform you about access to diabetes services with regional and national comparisons and changes over time.
Tell us about your care
A chance for people with diabetes to submit their experiences of good care so we can gather information on where services are working well from a patient's point of view.
Reports showing summaries of issues and concerns around the UK.
Web addresses of societies, associations, journals and support groups at a glance.