Type 1 Diabetes and Eating Disorders

Maximise clinic time and improve self-management by using Living With Diabetes and Eating Disorders.

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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


The Living With Type 1 Diabetes and Eating Disorders product provides a combination of a diabetes self-care diary, a CBT thought diary, trackers, information material and questionnaires to enable patients to track their health more easily and to enable their clinical team to support them remotely and intervene as appropriate.


  • messaging
  • 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
How to complete a DDS-17 questionnaire app screenshot
Diabetes thought diary app screenshot
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  • 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.