Diabetes Digital Media (DDM) has committed to a new, exclusive partnership with Ascensia Diabetes Care to help GPs and healthcare professionals offer the Low Carb Program on the NHS.
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The Low Carb Program has been accepted into the NHS apps library — a list of online tools approved by NHS Digital – as part of a wider effort to use technology to improve treatments for ...
Diabetes Digital Media, the organisation behind the Low Carb Program, has received the Innovation award at the UK Business Awards 2018 (UKBA).
Diabetes Digital Media acclaimed for technology impact at Diabetes Professional Care Industry Awards
Diabetes Digital Media (DDM) has been named Most Influential Diabetes Technology Company of the Year at the inaugural Diabetes Professional Care Industry Awards.
The Low Carb Program has been ‘Highly Commended’ at the eighth annual Quality in Care (QiC) Diabetes Awards in Surrey.
The pioneering outcomes of the Low Carb Program have been published in JMIR Diabetes, the Journal of Medical Internet Research.
The Low Carb Program has collaborated with the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) to develop the very first type 2 diabetes e-learning module for GPs.
Diabetes Digital Media’s Low Carb Program was awarded the Best Platform / Technology / Tool for Content at the UK Content Awards 2018.
The Low Carb Program received CE Mark approval, meaning it is now registered with the Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
The Low Carb Program was given the green light for NHS recommendation following approval by the Quality Institute for Self Management Education and Training (QISMET).
Arjun Panesar and Charlotte Summers of DDM were recognised in The Sunday Times Maserati 100 index as a British business globally disrupting type 2 diabetes treatment.
Diabetes Digital Media (DDM) won the inaugural Positive Social Impact Award for the enormous social impact of the Low Carb Program at the Oscars of British business, the National Business Awards.
The Low Carb Program featured on the front page of The Times today, describing how a low-carb lifestyle can help to control diabetes.