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Autumn Issue 2022

Become a professional member and be among the first to receive up-to-date information on diabetes care. 

Diabetes Update is Diabetes UK's quarterly publication for professionals working in diabetes healthcare and research. Combining news, features, fact sheets and treatment overviews, the magazine is an accessible source of authoritative, up-to-date information about diabetes care and research.

Diabetes Update is free of charge to Professional Members of Diabetes UK. As a Professional Member, you will also automatically receive our healthcare professional e-newsletter every month and other benefits, such as a discount to the annual Diabetes UK Professional Conference and the option to become a member of the Young Diabetologists and Endocrinologists' Forum (YDEF)

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Autumn 2022

To get a taste of what Diabetes Update has to offer, you can sample some key features from our latest issue.


Feature Article (PDF 2MB) - Using Comics to Support People Living with type 1 diabetes

lady sitting having a diabetes feet check

Fact File #50 (PDF, 450KB) - Supporting Women with Diabetes, before and after pregnancy (#49). 

Last Word (PDF, 1.6MB) - Dr Mayank Patel - Consultant diabetologist 

Medicine Digest (PDF, 383KB) - Women missing out on post-partum screening after gestational diabetes


  • Letter from Simon O’Neill

  • OBE awards for work in diabetes care

  • Exciting news from Tesco

  • Spotlight on Dr Meera Ladwa

  • Upcoming healthcare professional training and events

Research focus

  • A game changer for weight loss

  • Using AI for type 2 diabetes remission

  • Eyes are on a new surveillance pathway

  • Open-source aids type 1 management

  • Sorting the good from the bad


  • Using comics to support people living with type 1 diabetes

  • Improving care for foot issues ACT NOW

  • Data science investment in cardiovascular disease and diabetes

  • Targeting problematic hypoglycaemia

Young Diabetologists and Endocrinologists’ Forum

  • YDEF's courses 2022 highlights

Past issues

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