Once again the Diabetes Wellness Day North will take place in November to coincide with World Diabetes Day. This special day is celebrated worldwide each year and engages millions of people in raising diabetes awareness. World Diabetes Day was created in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation and World Health Organisation. In 2007 it became an official United Nations day. The date of 14th November for World Diabetes Day was chosen to recognise the birthday of Frederick Banting, who along with Charles Best, first conceived the idea which led to the discovery of insulin in 1922.
The Diabetes Wellness Day North will bring together a wealth of information under one roof for people living with all forms of Diabetes. Family members, friends and carers and those with an interest in diabetes are also encouraged to take part. The day will provide you with the tools, knowledge and practical skills needed to improve life with diabetes and the keys to healthier living. The day is designed to ensure all participants have the opportunity to raise their questions, share their experiences and enjoy the support of a friendly, like-minded diabetes community in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
Watch people with diabetes at a Diabetes Wellness Day talk about why they believe research is important here: https://youtu.be/xaXY1yr9J7c
Once again the Diabetes Wellness Day North will take place in November to coincide with World Diabetes Day.
This special day is celebrated worldwide each year and engages millions of people in raising diabetes awareness.
We have a fantastic day planned, and would love for you to join us for the Diabetes Wellness Day North in Hartlepool on Saturday, 9th November
For more information please contact DRWF Event Coordinator Lee Calladine on 023 9263 6133 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To book: https://www.drwf.org.uk/sites/default/files/drwf_wellness_days_2019_events_4.pdf
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