The power of a global voice
The need for a powerful voice to represent and report on the impact and advances of diabetes is more important than ever today. Diabetes Voice continues to deliver news and information to all those who can further the promotion of diabetes care, prevention, and a cure worldwide: politicians, scientists, medical professionals, carers, and most importantly, people living with diabetes.
Published online in English, French and Spanish, Diabetes Voice is the authentic news source for the international diabetes community. We provide in-depth coverage of current and future trends in health policy, diabetes care and management, health economics, research, and living with diabetes. Through insights from experts and real people, we often answer: how it developed, what’s next, what you can do about it, and why it matters.
Our aim is to ensure that readers miss nothing important. Through thought leaders, briefings and special reports we strive to identify ideas and trends that will shape improving global developments for diabetes prevention, care and cure—and keep us and our readers on top of fighting for diabetes rights, education, access, and funding. This underpins all our editorial output.
Diabetes Voice is a flagship publication of the International Diabetes Federation and has been for more than 60 years. In 1954, the first IDF news ‘Bulletin’ connected diabetes experts and practitioners in countries around the world. Early contributors included Charles Best, medical researcher who with Frederick Banting co-discovered insulin; R.D. Lawrence, IDF President and early recipient of insulin, and the American doctor, Elliott P. Joslin. In 1999, the Bulletin was renamed Diabetes Voice, and represented the interests of all people living with or caring for diabetes worldwide. The next era will utilise digital technology as a means to achieve improved diabetes awareness and education to the millions of people in need.