Tuesday 2nd February at 7.30-9.00pm
Join us for our Living Well with Type 1 Diabetes focused Virtual Discovery Event delivered over Zoom.
- Hear from Daniel Newman, award winning T1 podcast host in conversation with Jade Bryne, actor and comedian talk about living with type 1 and dealing with burn out.
- Hear from Dr Rose Stewart Clinical Psychologist about her book ‘How to Manage a Mammoth’
- Virtually meet other families and individuals affected by type 1 diabetes, and
- Hear the latest progress in type 1 diabetes research.
Our first three Virtual Discovery Events were awarded 4.7 out of 5 stars*.
“These virtual discovery events are terrific, I have such fun, love the speakers, the engagement, and I have never felt so close to the type 1 community at large.”
JDRF supporter, Andy from Edinburgh living with T1D for 15 years
Living well with Type 1 Diabetes
19:30 – Welcome – Carol Kennedy, JDRF.
19:35 – JDRF’s latest research progress – Conor McKeever, Research Communications Manager, JDRF.
19.50 – Dr Rose Stewart, Clinical Psychologist working with young adults with Type 1 Diabetes in Wales and author of ‘How to Manage a Mammoth’
20:10 – Comfort break
20:20– Supporting JDRF & resources available – Jude Hughes, Senior Regional Fundraiser, JDRF.
20:25 – Q & A between Daniel Newman and Jade Byrne who both live with Type 1 Diabetes. Burn Out focus.
21:00 – Thanks and close.
Once you have registered for the event, password protected joining details will be sent out to you the day before the event in an email.
Get in touch
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
All Virtual Discovery Events are recorded. You will be sent an email with the recording in the days following the event. Or you can find the video of this event and other Virtual Discovery Events on our You Tube channel here.
Other Virtual Events
JDRF are running a series of Virtual Discovery Events on a variety of topics. You can find our upcoming events here.
You can learn more about the sponsors of our Virtual Discovery Events here.
*In the post event survey our first event was awarded 4.77 stars, the second event 4.76 and third event 4.73 stars.