Women And Diabetes: 10 Relevant Health Topics for Women Living with Diabetes


August 08, 2016



We Are Diabetes Partner DiabetesSisters and the Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR®) recently collaborated to raise awareness about diabetes in women, primarily with a focus to educate women living with diabetes, diabetes educators and healthcare providers on a variety of important topics identified by experts in the diabetes field. Their dedicated efforts resulted in the recently published "Women And Diabetes: 10 Relevant Health Topics for Women Living with Diabetes."

The topics in this paper are specific to women living with diabetes and range from prevention, management, interventions and disparities. Some of the topics further relate to different hormonal milestones during a woman’s lifespan. We Are Diabetes Partner Susan Weiner MS, RDN, CDE, CDN helped contribute to this project too! We love seeing so much collaboration between our partnering organizations!



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