Sports & Diabetes: Tackling Diabetes with Sport

Sports & Diabetes (Tackling Diabetes with Sport), a project co-founded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, analysed the barriers and developed content that addresses the concerns of people living with diabetes, their carers and relatives, coaches, sports and gym teachers regarding engaging in sporting activities when living with diabetes.


A group of 17 leading European ophthalmologists and researchers have gathered together under Eurocondor, the European Consortium for the Early Treatment of Diabetic Retinopathy, with the aim of testing a new eye drop treatment that could prevent the development of diabetic retinopathy.

EConDA-Economics of Chronic Diseases

The key aim of the project is to aid EU Member States to develop, select and implement more cost-effective policies to improve chronic disease prevention and impact upon populations with the highest rates of premature deaths from chronic diseases and reduce health inequalities.

Manage Care

Manage Care's aim was to develop an innovative chronic care model applicable not only for diabetes, but also for other chronic diseases and to prevent costly complications and frailty in elderly with type 2 diabetes, enabling them to live independent, healthy and active lives as long as possible.


The EuRhythDia project looked at whehter lifestyle change to resent the internal clock can significantly reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and cardiometabolic complications


Feel4diabetes (Families across Europe following a healthy lifestyle 4 diabetes prevention) is an EU-funded project aiming to develop, implement and evaluate an evidence-based and potentially cost-effective and scalable intervention programme to prevent type 2 diabetes across Europe, primarily focusing on families from vulnerable groups.


CarpeDiab aims to be an advanced service for type 2 diabetes management. The project, which has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020, expects to have an impact on the behaviour of patients and healthcare professionals to take full advantage of the possibility that technology opens.


The purpose of this Joint Action is to identify, exchange, scale-up and transfer best practices and effective interventions for chronic diseases, with a specific focus on health promotion and prevention, multi-morbidity and diabetes.

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