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On the road again: Diabetes in Scotland – Making Change Happen


The Diabetes Scotland team is heading to towns across Scotland to host more Diabetes in Scotland – Making Change Happen events.

The roadshow events provide an opportunity for the diabetes community to come together and make a positive difference. We will discuss the issues that really matter to people living with diabetes and work together to find solutions to problems.

The next event is in Fraserburgh on 25 November with other events due to take place in other areas across Scotland including Ayrshire and Argyllshire in the coming weeks and months.

Angela Mitchell, National Director of Diabetes Scotland said:

“If you live with diabetes yourself, care for someone with the condition, or have strong links to diabetes then our Diabetes in Scotland – Making Change Happen events are for you. We want to hear about the issues affecting you and discuss ways you can get involved in helping make change happen.

“We want to ensure everyone has access to the right technology. We want better emotional and psychological support. We want to prevent people developing Type 2 diabetes in the first place and, wherever possible, help people with Type 2 into remission. We also want to fund more research into better treatments and ultimately a cure.

“We hope that everyone who shares our vision of a world where diabetes can do no harm will come along to these events to tell us their concerns and find out how their support and positive action can make change happen.”

Please click on the link to email your interest in attending the following events:

Or call us at the Glasgow office on 0141 245 6380.

If you would like us to come to your local area to host a Making Change Happen events, please drop us a line on

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