D:UDEs (Diabetes: Understanding Daily Events) is a section of MDMW aimed at young people with type 1 diabetes. It gives information on how to do the things you want to do in daily life, and look after your diabetes.
NHS Scotland currently employs approximately 140,000 staff who work across 14 territorial NHS Boards, seven Special NHS Boards and one public health body.
Each NHS Board is accountable to Scottish Ministers, supported by the Scottish Government Health and Social Care Directorates.
All NHS Boards work together for the benefit of the people of Scotland. They also work closely with partners in other parts of the public sector to fulfil the Scottish Government’s Purpose and National Outcomes.
My Diabetes My Way is the
NHS Scotland interactive diabetes website to help support people who have
diabetes and their family and friends.
You'll find leaflets, videos,
educational tools and games containing information about diabetes. You can now
also use this website to view your own up-to-date diabetes clinic results, to
help you manage your condition more effectively.
The United4Health project is made up of several building blocks, all contributing to pursuing a common objective: assessing the impact of innovative healthcare services, that have been redesigned to take full advantage of telehealth.
The core of the project is the 4 innovative services models using telehealth technologies to care for patients suffering from Congestive Heart Failure, COPD, Diabetes and Hypertension.