IDF Europe is an inclusive and multicultural umbrella organization of 71 national diabetes associations in 46 countries across the European region, representing people living with diabetes and healthcare professionals. Through our activities we aim to influence policy, increase public awareness and encourage health improvement, as well as promote the exchange of best practice and high-quality information about diabetes throughout the European region. We provide essential expertise and up-to-date evidence on diabetes, support awareness campaigns through a wide network of partners and stakeholders, and work with European and international organizations towards the development, implementation and monitoring of effective public policies for diabetes.
IDF Europe receives funding from a number of different sources and projects as outlined here.
For our registered status as a non-profit organisation, please read our Articles of Association.
Hailing from Aix-les-Bains France, Kyle Jacques is an active member of the Federation Française des Diabétiques (FFD), formerly known as the Association Française des Diabétiques, both regionally and nationally. He is passionate about the diabetes cause having been diagnosed himself as a teenager.
Kyle Jacques received his B.S. degree in chemical engineering from Cornell University and his MBA from INSEAD in France and Singapore.
Having worked in the pharmaceutical and medical device industry for more than a decade, Kyle is keenly aware of regulations imposed on healthcare companies.
He is the founder and director of Delta PM Diabetes where he focuses on innovation in diabetes therapy, patient community collaboration, and awareness/training of health care professionals. He is particularly interested in the aspect of patient engagement and motivation for better treatment outcomes.
Kyle Jacques belongs to the EiR Visiting Faculty team at INSEAD’s Healthcare Management where he lectures at INSEAD programs around the world about patient-led innovation, peer-to-peer support, and the importance of addressing needs of the patient community. Prior to joining INSEAD's Health Care Management Initiative, Kyle Jacques served as presenting faculty at the Stanford University School of Medicine and College of Engineering BioDesign Program.
In addition to IDF Europe, Kyle Jacques has worked with a number of non-profit organizations promoting the importance of sport and physical activity. As a former top level competitive athlete, he uses sport as a way to inspire, motivate, and empower others.
Kyle is excited about working together with IDF Europe Members as well as fellow board members to help bring forward the voice of the patient, respond to the needs of the diabetes community, and create sustainable change.