At Beta Change, we want to engage an open conversation across various topics related to the diabetes community. We hope that you will leave each Virtual Roundtable session with a deeper insight into the challenges faced by the diabetes community and ideas on how to overcome them. At the start of 2018, we decided to retire our Virtual Roundtables to focus on our Minisodes. However, you can still check out some of our past Virtual Roundtables below!

October 27, 2017

In light of recent natural disasters and crazy things happening around the world, the team at Beta Change wanted to know how you prepare for these events. In this Virtual Roundtable, we chat about what events we will prepare an diabetes emergency kits and what's in the...

July 8, 2017

Diabetes education is key to help us manage our diabetes to the best of our ability in line with our current situation. As our lives evolve, so too does our diabetes education.

In this Virtual Roundtable, Stephanie and Robert share their diabetes education stories, what...

May 13, 2017

The diabetes world is at odds. Diabetes technology is improving at a rapid rate and the hunt is always on for new gadgets. But there others who still struggle to afford basic needs such as insulin. How do we manage this and make the diabetes space an even playing field...

March 3, 2017

Access to insulin is a matter of life or death for people with diabetes. Join us as we chat with Elizabeth Rowley, founder of T1International about Access to Medications about what the problem is, what needs to be done to resolve it and how T1International is doing jus...

January 18, 2017

What inspires you to volunteer your time and effort with a diabetes organisation or group? How does your diabetes community influence you in your advocacy efforts?

In our very first Virtual Roundtable, the Beta Change team discuss how diabetes communities shape us as di...

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