Blog and Events

While there is currently no cure for diabetes, by learning about the disease and how to effectively manage it, you can live an enjoyable life. Our events, workshops and information sessions have been developed so that you can take control of your health.

Type 1 Diabetes Support Group

Living with Type 1 Diabetes can be exhausting, but meeting...

Blog and Events

See our upcoming events and blog articles.

While there is currently no cure for diabetes, by learning about the disease and how to effectively manage it, you can live an enjoyable life. Our events, workshops and information sessions have been developed so that you can take control of your health.

Type 1 Diabetes Support Group

Type 1 Diabetes Support Group

Living with Type 1 Diabetes can be exhausting, but meeting others who also live with this condition can help ease some of those daily struggles. So in an informal, unstructured environment, you can meet people just like you at our Type 1 Diabetes Catch Up. Held at...

Exercise & BGL

Exercise & BGL

Article courtesy of Kent Hatchwell, Exercise Physiologist at Beta Health Aus Exercise can impact your blood glucose in different ways. Some exercise can make your blood glucose drop very fast while other exercises may even make it rise or have very little impact on it...

Weightloss & Diabetes

Weightloss & Diabetes

Losing at least 10% of body weight could help send Type 2 Diabetes into remission, according to research coming out of the UK. A 5 year study conducted by researchers at The University of Cambridge followed over 850 people with newly diagnosed Type 2 Diabetes. Data...

EASE Clinical Trial Results

EASE Clinical Trial Results

We are pleased to share the results of our recently concluded 'EASE' clinical trial. This trial was testing the use of empagliflozin alongside insulin as a treatment for Type 1 Diabetes. Empagliflozin was already approved for use in patients with Type 2 Diabetes, so...

Family & Diabetes

Family & Diabetes

Over 425 million people are currently living with diabetes, meaning many families across the globe are affected by the condition. One of a family's biggest roles in diabetes is recognising the warning signs of diabetes. A survey conducted by IDF found that 4 in 5...

A new way to volunteer

A new way to volunteer

When we think of charity work, our minds gravitate towards joining the local SES, volunteering in an op-shop, or running community events. But there's another way to volunteer that can help out many people; and that's enrolling in a clinical trial. Being a clinical...

Diabetes Resources

At Hunter Diabetes Centre, our focus is to provide you with ongoing support beyond your consultation.

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Volunteers Required for Clinical Trials

A little about our Workshops

While there is currently no cure for diabetes, by learning about the disease and how to effectively manage it, you can live an enjoyable life. Our events, workshops and information sessions have been developed so that you can take control of your health.

Our workshops include:

  • Diabetes self-management workshops
  • Understanding ‘healthy eating’
  • Maintaining a healthy lifestyle through exercise
  • Various information nights
  • Insulin Pump workshops

Email gabrielle@hunterdiabetes.com.au or call (02) 4963 2323 to find out more about our upcoming educational workshops.

Hunter Diabetes Centre

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