Join the growing movement to put an end to diabetes stigma.
– Kelly Close, Founder, The diaTribe Foundation & President, Close Concerns
Healthcare, marketing and communications, and media professionals – you help shape how our culture talks and thinks about diabetes and how people with diabetes are treated. Here are some of the steps your colleagues are taking:
Members of the extended care team including physicians, nurses, medical assistants, educators, nutritionists, and other health professionals
Every member of a healthcare team can serve people with diabetes more effectively through a respectful, inclusive, and person-centered approach.
People in marketing and communications, corporate communications, public relations, learning and development, and technical communications roles
You understand the power of words and rely on their impact. Here are some ways to level-up your diabetes-related communications:
People in news organizations, freelance journalists and editors, writers and producers, bloggers and influencers.
You not only engage and excite people, you shape culture. Through the stories you choose to tell, and the words you use to tell those stories, you can help improve the lives of people with diabetes.