Do you want to find out more about insulin pumps?

Wondering if or how you can get an insulin pump on the NHS?

Have you been told ‘no’ by your GP or clinic?

Want to know if continuous glucose monitoring is available on the NHS?

Are you looking for research on insulin pump therapy, continuous glucose monitoring or the artificial pancreas/closing the loop?

Just fed up with the whole diabetes thing? Click here and here!

We understand!  And we can help.

INPUT is a UK charity run by insulin pump users and their families with a mission to help people access diabetes technology and support from the NHS – including insulin pump therapy, smart glucose meters and continuous glucose monitoring. We can help you find out what’s available in the UK, if it might help you and how to access it.

Click here to find out where we will be exhibiting in 2015

“INPUT has been a great supporter of appropriate access and support for insulin pumps for people with Type 1 diabetes. I value their contribution to improving diabetes care.” Professor Valabhji, March 2015

Jonathan Valabhji

Professor Jonathan Valabhji is National Clinical Director for Obesity and Diabetes at NHS England. He is a Consultant Diabetologist at St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in West London and so remains highly active at the clinical coalface. As National Clinical Director he works to ensure that good advice is available for commissioning diabetes care, supported by high quality information including that provided by the National Diabetes Audit.

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