Type 1 Diabetes and Eating Disorders
Maximise clinic time and improve self-management by using Living With Diabetes and Eating Disorders.
Research shows that a person with type 1 diabetes is more than twice as likely as the average person to develop an eating disorder. About 250,000 people in England have type 1 diabetes, and 40% of young women with type 1 suffer from eating disorders.
Source: Diabetes UK
- patient and clinician enrolment
- file attachments
- goal tracking
- symptom tracking (general)
- medication tracking
- cross-condition outcome measures: GAD-7 and PHQ9
- condition-specific outcome measures: DD17 and DEPS
- diabetes and thought diaries
- library of clinically-validated articles
- weight tracking
- engage patients in their self-management
- maximise use of time in clinics by providing longitudinal patient data in an easy to appraise format – meaning clinic time can be problem focussed rather than having to recap disease activity since the last appointment
- improve patient understanding and engagement in their condition and with their treatment
- reduce unnecessary appointments
- facilitate and improve tele-clinic efficiency by providing improved granularity of patient data
- improve resource allocation of patient interactions within the multidisciplinary team
- reduce flares by maintaining better control and understanding of their condition
For results on the efficacy of Living With’s bladder and bowel products head to the Case Studies page.