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Our Mission

As a unique alliance of NGOs and healthcare companies, EURADIA’s mission is to improve the lives of people affected by diabetes both now and in the future, through advocacy of diabetes research in Europe at the highest political and societal levels of influence, by improving coordination of European diabetes research and by shaping the allocation of resources for such research through increased awareness.


Who we are: EURADIA is an alliance of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and healthcare companies working for diabetes research. The NGOs include European academic and clinical researchers, healthcare professionals and patient groups.

What we do: We provide a platform for all those undertaking research to work together to benefit the wellbeing of people with diabetes, through advocacy for increased funding and improved coordination of diabetes research in Europe.

A Brief History of EURADIA

EURADIA began in 2003 as a collaboration of NGOs and healthcare companies with an interest in supporting and promoting diabetes research at European Level.

This successful collaboration has grown in number of stakeholders and has a Secretariat based in the UK.

EURADIA is an independent charity registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales.

Of all the high-quality papers that appear in each month’s issue of Diabetologia our editor @profsmarshall shares some that she finds of particular interest and they are free to read:

Is goodwill enough to deliver better medicines for children? Thanks to his report on the Joint @EFGCP & @DrugInfoAssn Better Medicines fro Children Conference, @podeuropa helps us to understand challenges of medicines access to children. To read here ➡️

State of #Health in the #EU: more protection and prevention needed for longer and healthier lives - new Health a Glance report launched by @EU_Health & @OECD.

Check the data 👉 #SoHEU18

Up front & free to read in @DiabetologiaJnl Dec issue: Fifty years of pancreatic islet pathology in human type 1 diabetes: insights gained and progress made
Noel G. Morgan, Sarah J. Richardson #editorspicks

EU has an important role to play in ensuring a healthy future. Key recommendations discussed today at the #EUHealthSummit
A better use of health data can lead to health policies that are value-based and patient-centred.

Full lecture: Prevention and management of diabetic foot: can we do more to limit amputations by Dr Andrew Boulton. Registered at #MIRCIM in May 2017:

@OfficialUoM @EURADIAnews @MIRCIM_course #diabetes #diabetic #foot #medtwitter #FOAMed #MedEd

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