The theme for World Diabetes Day 2020 is The Nurse and Diabetes.

The campaign aims to raise awareness around the crucial role that nurses play in supporting people living with diabetes.

Nurses currently account for over half of the global health workforce. They do outstanding work to support people living with a wide range of health concerns.

People who either live with diabetes or are at risk of developing the condition need their support too.

People living with diabetes face a number of challenges, and education is vital to equip nurses with the skills to support them.

As the number of people with diabetes continues to rise across the world, the role of nurses and other health professional support staff becomes increasingly important in managing the impact of the condition.

Healthcare providers and governments must recognise the importance of investing in education and training. With the right expertise, nurses can make the difference for people affected by diabetes.

For more information about Nurses & Diabetes, visit https://worlddiabetesday.org/about/nurses/

How we can help people living with Diabetes

At Your Health Hub, you will find a comprehensive and caring team of health care professionals including Diabetic Educator, Dietitians, Exercise Physiologists, Psychologists and Nurse Practitioners to coordinate all your health needs.

Why not make an appointment with our Nurse Practitioner to determine your risk factors?

Contact us to book your appointment.

Take online diabetes risk assessment

See our Diabetes Management Service