Diabetes Voice is the quarterly magazine of IDF. It covers the latest developments in diabetes care, education, prevention, research, health policy and economics, as well as themes related to living with diabetes. Diabetes Voice goes to the heart of issues that are crucial to all those who can further the promotion of diabetes care, prevention, and a cure worldwide.
Editor-in-Chief: Dr Douglas Villarroel (Bolivia) Editor: Elizabeth Snouffer (USA)
As of July 2018, Diabetes Voice is available as a new digital platform at diabetesvoice.org.
Archive content of the magazine is available below.
Blue Circle Voices (BCV) is a new IDF initiative, which will represent the interests of people living with, or affected by, diabetes, through a worldwide network of members and other stakeholders. BCV will act as the global voice of people living with diabetes and will draw upon the experiences of people living with diabetes from countries represented by IDF Members.
The virtual network will focus on a variety of issues and challenges that people with diabetes encounter in our world today. Seeking to understand and clarify limitations within diabetes communities, BCV consultations will result in the development of strategies for resolution, strengthening the varying needs of people with diabetes worldwide. Consultations, utilising surveys as one format, will be conducted online, supported by a dedicated closed portal on the IDF website and co-ordinated by IDF staff at the Executive Office. BCV will strengthen IDF’s presence in global forums and bring both better awareness and credibility to diabetes prevention, care, access and rights issues.
Composed of adults living with diabetes of all ages and from all IDF regions, BCV accommodates representation from the following groups.