The Belgian Diabetes Forum brings together multiple stakeholders from across the diabetes landscape in Belgium.
The Forum builds harmony and common ground between all diabetes stakeholdes in Belgium to reach efficient policy engagement in diabetes and to make better prevention of diabetes, better care and a higher level of well-being for people with diabetes a reality.
It is the Forum’s mission to identify what is going well, what is missing and what can improve in diabetes prevention and care in Belgium, and based thereon, to provide guidance for policy makers for filling the gaps, and for aligning existing initiatives regarding prevention, care and well-being in a cost-effective way.
Belgian Diabetes Forum has the aim to be an efficient platform where decisions can be taken in full respect of the specific identity of every member. Independence and multi-stakeholder approach must always be guaranteed in the decision-making processes.
You can find our Memorandum of Understanding here:
The Belgian Diabetes Forum has drafted a White Paper after a broad consultation of stakeholders involved in the prevention and management of diabetes. A wide range of stakeholders were involved in this work, both in individual interviews and in virtual workshops. The Forum is continuing its work to deepen and enrich the solutions that can be provided to this disease.
This project was afterwards consolidated into a final version. It is currently available in French and Dutch.
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The videos below each illustrate a specific dimension of the White Paper.
Professor KU Leuven
Professor OLV Aalst
Belgian Diabetes Forum secretariat
Attn. Whyte Corporate Affairs
info @ belgiandiabetesforum.be
Clos Lucien Outers Gaarde 11-21
1160 Brussels – Belgium