We know that living with diabetes can be challenging and that you may have lots of questions during this period of uncertainty.
Our Diabetes Online Clinics give you the opportunity to learn from and ask questions to leading experts in the field of diabetes in Scotland.
Since lockdown began in March, many routine diabetes appointments have been cancelled or postponed. This can be worrying if you have questions about managing your diabetes and don't know who to ask.
Our Diabetes Online Clinics are held via Zoom and give you the opportunity to hear from experienced clinicians and ask any questions you may have.
Diabetes Online Clinic: What you need to know to keep your feet healthy
4pm, Thursday 25 June
Your feet are important, especially if you have diabetes. This is because you’re more likely to develop problems with your feet – problems that could end up as amputations. But most amputations can be prevented. If you take good care of your feet and check them regularly, you can reduce your risk of developing foot problems. This webinar is the chance to hear from healthcare professionals and experts in Diabetes Footcare in Scotland; Duncan Stang, Prof Graham Leese and Lecturer in Podiatry (Clinical Academic) Debbie Wilson, and ask any questions you may have.
Diabetes Online Clinic: Emotional wellbeing
6pm, Thursday 2 July
We welcome questions in advance for any of the online clinics. Email us with your question and which online clinic you are attending: firstname.lastname@example.org