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Our Annual Report 2015

Welcome to our 2015 annual Report. Here, we celebrate the achievements of 2015 and look ahead to the ways we will continue to tackle the diabetes crisis, and importantly, engage with and support as many people as possible.

Download theannual report(4MB, PDF), or view it online following the links below.

Download thefinancial information and accounts(4MB, PDF).  

  • Not alone with diabetes - annual report 2015

    We know that people respond to information and support in different ways, and so over the last year we've looked at alternative ways of providing our information services. This includes working with young people on Type1Uncut, setting up more peer support groups and launching out Mobile Membership. We know that people respond to information and support in different ways, and so over the last year we've looked at alternative ways of providing our information services. This includes working with young people on Type1Uncut, setting up more peer support groups and launching out Mobile Membership. 
  • Better care, everywhere - annual report 2015

    We have strengthened our relationships with health systems in all four nations, using our influence to improve care standards, and continued to campaign to get diabetes increasingly recognised by the governments in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. We have strengthened our relationships with health systems in all four nations, using our influence to improve care standards, and continued to campaign to get diabetes increasingly recognised by the governments in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. 
  • Reducing the risk of Type 2 diabetes - annual report 2015

    We've formed significant new partnerships in our bid to engage more people about their risk of Type 2 diabetes, so that fewer people go on to develop it. We've formed significant new partnerships in our bid to engage more people about their risk of Type 2 diabetes, so that fewer people go on to develop it. 
  • Breaking boundaries through research - annual report 2015

    We launched our new research strategy which sets out the actions we will take over the next five years to secure UK-wide support for the research that is needed in diabetes. We also began an exciting new fellowship programme that looks to support the rising stars of diabetes research.We launched our new research strategy which sets out the actions we will take over the next five years to secure UK-wide support for the research that is needed in diabetes. We also began an exciting new fellowship programme that looks to support the rising stars of diabetes research.
  • Growing support - annual report 2015

    As we look forward, we know that we have a great deal to achieve, but we cannot do it without your support. Our incredible networks of volunteers, healthcare professionals and people living diabetes across the UK enable us to do our best to help those affected by the condition. In 2015, that meant hosting the largest diabetes conference in the UK, launching new education campaigns and finding new ways for people to get information from their healthcare professional.As we look forward, we know that we have a great deal to achieve, but we cannot do it without your support. Our incredible networks of volunteers, healthcare professionals and people living diabetes across the UK enable us to do our best to help those affected by the condition. In 2015, that meant hosting the largest diabetes conference in the UK, launching new education campaigns and finding new ways for people to get information from their healthcare professional.

We continue to work hard to prevent it, support those living with it and encourage the research breakthroughs that make such a difference to people’s lives.

We thank you for your support.

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