The Future of Diabetes Survey: Focusing on engaging BAME people
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Diabetes UK wants to hear about the experiences of people from BAME and ethnic minority backgrounds as they put together their new 'Future of Diabetes' report. If you live with diabetes or care for someone who does, please take a few minutes to complete their short survey and make sure your voice is heard.

Your response can help make sure BAME experiences are properly understood, so please take a minute to fill in the survey.

Link to survey: www.diabetes.org.uk/future

People from Asian and Afro-Caribbean backgrounds are up to 2-4 times more likely to get Type 2 diabetes, and often face different challenges.

We want you to tell us what it's like to live with diabetes now, and how you hope this will change in the future. We want to hear from you if you have diabetes, if you're a parent of a child with diabetes, or if you're a carer for someone with diabetes.

Your views will help us make sure we're fighting for the issues that matter to people affected by diabetes. And will help us campaign to make sure the government and NHS are giving people the care they need now and in the future.

We'll publish our findings in a report called The Future of Diabetes which we'll launch on World Diabetes Day, 14th of November 2017.

At the end of the survey you'll have the chance to enter into the prize draw and be in with a chance of winning one of five £50 Tesco vouchers kindly donated by Tesco. 

The survey will take no longer than 10 minutes to complete.