• IDF Europe 2017 Publication - Integrating diabetes evidence into practice: Challenges and Opportunities to Bridge the Gaps

    May 05 2018

    IDF Europe is glad to share with you our full publication on implementing evidence into practices. 

    The Press Release and Executive Summary are also available. 

    We would like to thank all members of the Editorial Committee, our Member Associations and other partners in making this piece of work possible. 

    Share this with your networks to make real changes in practices!



  • Call for application for the IDF Europe Youth Leadership Camp (8-14 July 2018) is open!

    April 04 2018

    Call for application to participate in the IDF Europe Youth Leadership Camp (8-14 July 2018) is open until 26 April 2018! 

    This year's camp will be held in in Srby (close to Prague), in the Czech Republic. It will be hosted by our member Svaz diabetiků České republiky, z.s. and organized in close cooperation with DIAstyl z.s.

    Are you living with diabetes and aged between 18-30, and are passion about making a difference in diabetes care in Europe? Then apply at

    The programme for 2018 is currently being developed, to have an idea of what awaits you, please refer to the 2017 programme and to the 2017 Youth Leadership Camp Report here.

    For more information, please contact Elisabeth Dupont at 



  • 11 April - World Health Day Webinar

    April 04 2018

    7 April is #WorldHealthDay and this year’s theme is #HealthforAll

    In Europe, many people with diabetes and their families are financially struggling to access several medicines including essential medicines for their therapy. This is unacceptable to IDF Europe, and we call for Universal Health Coverage for everyone in the continent. To mark this important occasion, we have released a news piece outlining the benefits of investing in the healthcare systems to improve the lives of those living with diabetes as well as their loved ones.

    YOURAH young advocates are also eager to make a difference and have their voices heard on this issue, so a webinar has been scheduled for 11 April at CET 8:00 where young patient representatives from across the continent would present their perspectives of access to diabetes in low, middle and high-income countries.

    You can follow the webinar using this link

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