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At SocialDiabetes we always work with our users in mind to make your diabetes treatment easier and more comprehensive. The more data each patient has access to, the better decisions they will be able to make to control their diabetes. We want to adapt SocialDiabetes to you, so that you can customise each function to...
At SocialDiabetes we always work with our users in mind to make your diabetes treatment easier and more comprehensive. The more data each patient has access to, the better decisions they will be able to make to control their diabetes.  We want to adapt SocialDiabetes to you, so that you can customise each function to...
This summer has been a busy one for the SocialDiabetes team. We’ve been working hard and non-stop to, among other things, get out a new Android version of our app. We’ve redesigned the interface and reorganized the information so that it’s even more useful for our users. Below is a summary of what we’ve been...
Sant Joan de Déu Hospital is a university hospital specialized in pediatrics, gynecology and obstetrics and is one of the most important mother-infant centres in Europe. It has a leading Centre for Innovation in Childhood Diabetes, whereby diabetes is researched and treated using a three-pronged approach: research, excellent pediatric care and raising awareness. The relationship...
SocialDiabetes has been chosen by the Scottish government to implement an educational platform for those with type 1 diabetes, in collaboration with the University of Oxford and Nottingham Trent University. The project originally came about after SocialDiabetes won the “Personalized diabetes education and care – a systemic approach” competition of the Small Business Research Initiative...
Those that are already familiar with SocialDiabetes and have followed our journey will know that we have been around for a few years now, with our fair share of ups and downs, though always moving forwards and developing as a company. In recent months we have undergone some big changes and we are now on...