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  • Participants for Research Study Required

    Fresh Perspectives (www.freshperspectives.ie) an Irish market research agency specialising in the healthcare sector will soon be conducting some research in Dublin City Centre on a new smartphone App currently in development and are looking for willing participants who have poor vision due to conditions such as Diabetic retinopathy, Retinal vein occlusion or Age-related Macular Degeneration... View Article

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  • Sligo University Hospital Update on Type 1 Diabetes Services

    Following frustration with local diabetes services, Chairperson of Diabetes Ireland’s Sligo branch, Ms Suzanne Donnelly publicly highlighted the lack of support provided to the diabetes team working tirelessly in Sligo University Hospital by hospital management.   Last week her frustration reached the floor of the Dail chamber as Martin Kenny TD raised the issue with... View Article

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  • Grab your Walking Boots and Undertake a Journey of a Lifetime with Diabetes Ireland and Experience the Spiritual Adventures of the Classic Camino

    Today Diabetes Ireland launched its Overseas Trek for 2020. We are inviting members of the diabetes community, their family and friends, to consider taking on this tailor-made trekking adventure and raise much needed funds for Diabetes Ireland.   If you are looking for the classic Camino experience, this is the perfect tour for you! You... View Article

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  • A Lifetime with Type 1

    In the latest edition of the Diabetes Members Magazine, Deborah Condon speaks to Michael Kenny about using ‘huge needles, boiling syringes and how far diabetes care has come along in the last 62 years since his diagnosis.   To read the full article click here   If you would like to become a member of... View Article

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  • Freestyle Libre Update

    Diabetes Ireland continues to seek clarification on the pending Freestyle LIBRE review by the Primary Care Eligibility & Reimbursement Service (HSE PCERS) due this year as outlined in the Advice Note 2017/01.   Following plethera of parliamentary questions from TDs, a recent welcome response has clarified that the following will be included in that review;... View Article

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