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JDRF staff and families at a JDRF Type 1 Diabetes Discovery event
Information event
Saturday 11 May 2024

Type 1 Diabetes Discovery Day and Technology Exhibition: Derry/Londonderry

Join us in Derry/Londonderry for an informative event dedicated to exploring the world of type 1 diabetes. The focus of this event is ‘type 1 technology’ covering aspects such as choices of technology, everyday living with type 1 technology, and access.

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Mananging your well-being with type 1 diabetes - virtual discovery event
Recording

Managing your Wellbeing with Type 1 Diabetes – Virtual Discovery Event

This is a recording of JDRF's Virtual Discovery Event which took place on 10th January 2024. This event was designed for anyone living with type 1 diabetes who would like to learn more about managing their wellbeing across a variety of contexts. We explored approaches and ideas around the themes of nutrition, mental health, physical activity and socialising.

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Front screen of two women sitting on a sofa laughing together, a video about females and type 1 diabetes that discusses hormonal changes and their impact on type 1. Part of a series of JDRF Discovery event videos.
Recording

Females and Type 1 Diabetes – JDRF Virtual Discovery Event, January 2023

Our ‘Virtual Type 1 Diabetes Discovery Event: Females and Type 1 Diabetes’ will highlight the hormonal variances of how being a female can affect our blood sugar control and that this variation is normal.

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Front screen for a video of a JDRF Discovery event focused on physical activity and exercise. Showing a cyclist drinking out of a water bottle.
Recording

Physical Activity, Movement and Type 1 Diabetes – JDRF Virtual Discovery Event, February 2023

Physical activity and movement can affect your blood glucose levels, especially when living with type 1 diabetes. During our ‘Virtual Type 1 Diabetes Discovery Event – Physical Activity, Movement and Type 1’, explore how being active impacts the way we manage type 1 diabetes.