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Endorsements

“INPUT has been a great supporter of appropriate access and support for insulin pumps for people with Type 1 diabetes. I value their contribution to improving diabetes care.” (2015) – Professor Jonathan Valabhji, National Clinical Director for Obesity and Diabetes, NHS … Continue reading

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Give As You Live – donate at no extra cost to you

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INPUT’s activities

Wondering where our funding goes? Here are some of the activities we undertook in 2015 January 2015 16 – attended Medtronic Bloggers & Advocates Forum, Watford 27 – attended Medical Technology Group (MTG) meeting, London February 11 – attended Diabetes … Continue reading

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Support INPUT

Has INPUT helped you? Have you found our website useful? Do you support INPUT’s mission? There are many ways you can help us: help other people find us: tell them about us in conversation, in your clinic, online like our … Continue reading

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About INPUT

INPUT was founded in 1998 as an independent voluntary organisation by John Davis MBE, an insulin pump user. We became a registered charity in 2013 and continue to be run by insulin pump users and their families. We aim to … Continue reading

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Working collaboratively

We are not alone in campaigning to make diabetes technology a routine option in clinic. First and foremost, NICE (National Institute for Health & Care Excellence) and Technology Appraisal 151 The NICE website says: “Aim of technology appraisals: NICE is asked … Continue reading

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