There are over 280,000 people living with diabetes in Scotland. Diabetes Scotland is dedicated to ensuring that people affected by the condition are at the heart of any decision making processes regarding the care and support offered. Supported by ourvolunteersandfundraisersacross the country, we campaign for improved care, reach out to people through ourlocal group network and fundraise to allow us to continue our vital work including research towards better treatments and, eventually, a cure.
Led by Interim National Director Kirsteen Murray, Diabetes Scotland has an enthusiastic team of staff and volunteers who carry out our work in Scotland.
To contact any of the team please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0141 245 6380.
Join the Scottish Advisory Council
Diabetes Scotland is inviting applications to join the Scottish Advisory Council. The overall purpose of the council is to ensure that the charity is informed by, and responds to, the needs of people working in and accessing diabetes services in Scotland. The Council provides advice and support to the National Director, the national office team and the charity's UK Board of Trustees.
We are seeking new members of the council who are able to attend approximately four meetings per year in Glasgow. The council is made up of people living with diabetes, healthcare professionals and individuals who can bring specific skills to the charity in pursuit of its aims.
To find out more about the role and how to apply please contact the Diabetes Scotland office on 0141 245 6380 or email email@example.com
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