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DigiCare4You is an innovative, easy-to-implement, low-cost, and sustainable solution which will help build healthcare services’ capacity and strengthen countries’ primary care systems as well as address the specific needs and preferences of people at risk of T2D and/or hypertension, as they develop healthy habits and engage in activities supporting their well-being. Aiming to be a fully scalable and transferable solution, a roadmap will be developed to help policymakers  assess the feasibility and effectiveness of the DigiCare4You solution in their regions/countries and promote people-centred care and integrated health services in Europe and beyond.

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World Diabetes Day (WDD) is celebrated on November 14, the birthday of Sir Frederick Banting who co-discovered insulin 100 years ago. The WDD campaign is led by the International Diabetes Federation. The overarching theme for the period 2021 to 2023 is access to diabetes care. In 2023, the campaign focuses on the importance of knowing your risk of Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) to help delay and prevent the condition as well as highlighting the impact of diabetes-related complications and the importance of having timely access to the right information and care.

World Mental Health Day provides the opportunity to raise awareness and mobilise efforts in support of mental health. People living with T2D and HTN are at an increased risk of developing mental health conditions. On World Mental Health Day we echo the call for action to ensure that mental health is viewed and treated as a universal human right for people living with T2D and HTN.


Click here to read the full news item published for World Mental Health day.

The European Week of Sport is held between September 23 and 30. Leading an active lifestyle is key in both the prevention and management of Type 2 Diabetes and Hypertension. This is why we share the ambition of the European Week of Sport to encourage everybody to adopt a lifestyle that includes physical activity.

This year all the initiatives will focus on three important pillars of sport described as the 3Is: involvement, inclusion and innovation.

A new WHO Europe study showing the positive effect of digital tools on health workers has been published in The Lancet Digital Health.[1] Digital tools including, but not limited to, telemedicine, and mobile health technologies were found to impact positively health workers’ performance, clinical practice and management, and enhance quality and delivery of, and acc

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An intersectoral innovative solution involving DIGItal tools, empowering families and integrating  

community CARE services for the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes and hypertension

DigiCare4You Consortium