Two administrators from the DESMOND team in Gosport in Hampshire have stepped up to become Lay Educators.
Details have been released for the second annual Celebrating DESMOND Awards ceremony.
A Walking Away from Diabetes workshop by Greenwich Healthy Living has received “excellent feedback”.
Geri Gray helped to provide free healthcare to more than 200 people during a trip to Rwanda.
We have had three abstracts about the benefits of DESMOND accepted for this year’s World Diabetes Congress.
The winners of the 2015 Celebrating DESMOND Annual Awards Programme have been announced.
We are very happy to announce that Sandra Tomkins, who is a Diabetes Specialist Nurse at the Luton and Dunstable NHS Trust, is our competition winner.
Structured education is a “key priority of this parliament”, the diabetes minister has said.
A DESMOND graduate who attended a course in 2008 has revealed how it prompted a complete lifestyle overhaul which he still adopts.
We are launching a set of revised quality assurance tools alongside the launch of the revised DESMOND curriculum.
The partnership between DESMOND and its Australian counterpart has been further “strengthened” during an international fact-finding mission.
Entries for the second annual Celebrating DESMOND Awards are now open. The awards were created to reward excellence and share learning across the Type 2 diabetes structured education programme DESMOND.
A DESMOND graduate who is one step away from coming off his diabetes medication is appealing for others to harness the benefits of exercise and eating well.
Two DESMOND graduates are urging people with Type 2 diabetes to enrol onto the programme to help change their lives for the better.
The new DESMOND Newly Diagnosed Foundation curriculum is now available.
The DESMOND Programme has been praised in the latest report from the National Diabetes Audit (NDA).
A man who recently attended a DESMOND course in Wigan has written a poem about his experience.
It has been come to our attention that there has been a misprint in certain parts of the new Newly Diagnosed curriculum that we need to make you aware about. Please could the educators who have the new curriculum adapt it reflect this: