In recognition of World Diabetes Day (November 14), Global Health Media Project is delighted to announce that our entire Diabetes Series of 34 videos is complete. We are now rolling out the final videos.
The Diabetes Series helps meet the huge need for basic education for those people who are living at risk, people with diabetes, and also frontline health workers. The videos provide key content on diabetes prevention and care, and cover a wide range of topics such as “Diagnosing Type 2 Diabetes” and “The Diabetic Foot Exam” for health workers, and “The Risk of Belly Fat” and “Recognizing Type 2 Diabetes” for the general public.
These videos are a great fit for this year’s World Diabetes Day campaign. The campaign is focused on ensuring that people have access to information that can help them understand this disease, know their risks, know when to seek care, and how to care for themselves.
The videos are available on our website ( https://globalhealthmedia.org/videos ) for streaming and download and on YouTube. The full set of videos will soon be available in French and Spanish.
Thanks and kind regards,
Deborah Van Dyke, Director
HIFA profile: Deborah Van Dyke is the Founder and Director of Global Health Media Project, an organization producing videos that bring to life critical health care information for providers and populations in low-resource settings. Capitalizing on advances in ICT will enable distribution worldwide at lower cost via the Internet and mobile devices. She is a family practice clinician with extensive experience with MSF/Doctors Without Borders, based in the US. deb AT globalhealthmedia.org