World Diabetes Days

Nov 29, 2016 | Post by: admin No Comments

This year, a team of nurses, health educators, medical specialists and volunteers were deployed at the University of Mauritius eager to share professional advice and care. The friendly and animated atmosphere was amplified by the hundreds of people from all walks of life who queued up to test their blood

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Nov 15, 2009 | Post by: admin Comments Off on World Diabetes Day 2009

World Diabetes Day 2009

14 November – Sphorite Trianon Accompanying theatre group, Etincelles, drew the crowds as they performed humorous mimes and sketches illustrating the main aspects of diabetes, such as: The devastating effect of diabetes on an individual’s life The pancreas’ work when it comes to sugar The importance of good care and

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Nov 10, 2008 | Post by: admin Comments Off on World Diabetes Day 2008

World Diabetes Day 2008

10 November – Screening at the Mahebourg Social Welfare Center The public responded well to the event, and more than 460 persons were able to benefit from this diabetes screening action. A team of 20 nurses and educators trained in diabetes prevention complete this screening program. Six medical students from the University of

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Nov 15, 2007 | Post by: admin Comments Off on World Diabetes Day 2007

World Diabetes Day 2007

10 November – Screening at APSA International From 8:30am till 5:00pm, 461 people visited APSA’s office for a free screening. A team of 30 people, composed of nurses, health educators, a podiatrist and a dietician lead them through a complete screening and educational program. The results showed that out of

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Nov 09, 2006 | Post by: admin Comments Off on World Diabetes Day 2006

World Diabetes Day 2006

8 November – Screening at APSA International 611 people visited APSA’s offices. Thirty volunteers lead them through a complete screening and educational program. Nurses and heath educators encouraged the visitors towards adopting healthier life styles. The results showed that, out of 611 people: 8% of the visitors had blood sugar

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