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  1. Service rating: There is some evidence that the site works. One or two good studies support its use.

    Diabetergestemd (Netherlands)

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    The diabetergestemd website is based on the manual-based, self-help "Coping with Depression" course, adapted for users with diabetes. (Dutch)

  2. Service rating: There is some evidence that the site works. One or two good studies support its use.

    bgathome

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    BGATHome is an online Blood Glucose Awareness Training program designed in the US to help adults with Type 1 diabetes become more aware of their blood glucose (BG) so they can better: anticipate extreme BG levels, detect the presence of extreme BG levels, treat current extreme BG levels, and prevent the occurrence of future extreme BG levels. (English)

  3. Service rating: There is some evidence that the site works. One or two good studies support its use.

    Diabetes Interactive Education Program (DIEP)

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    DIEP is a Dutch multi-media educational site for people with type 2 diabetes. It includes eight chapters with information relating to: background information, hyperglycemia, diabetes and lifestyle, treatment and management, hypoglycaemia, blood glucose monitoring, living with diabetes, complications. (Dutch)

  4. Service rating: There is evidence that the site might work. More conclusive studies are needed.

    Deutscher Diabetes-Risiko-Test® German Diabetes Risk Score

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    The German Diabetes Risk Score, developed by the German Institute of Human Nutrition (DIfE), is a risk prediction tool for type 2 diabetes mellitus. (English and German)

  5. Service rating: There is evidence that the site might work. More conclusive studies are needed.

    My Path to Healthy Life

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    The 'My Path to Healthy Life' site is designed to help people with diabetes to make behavioural changes in order to improve their health. (English and Spanish)

  6. Service rating: There is no evidence at the moment.

    The Meter

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    The Meter is an information-based website for adolescents and young adults with Type 1 diabetes.  The site provides information and education on a number of diabetes and other health-related topics, and the information is targeted at 3 age groups: 13 to 14 year olds, 15 to 17 year olds and those aged 18 or older. (English)

  7. Service rating: There is no evidence at the moment.

    Diabetes Experience Journal

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    The Diabetes Experience Journal is a collection of stories, pictures, and personal experiences from families about what it has been like to contend with paediatric diabetes. (English)

  8. Service rating: There is no evidence at the moment.

    Diabetes Counselling Online

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    Diabetes Counselling Australia is a website is for all people living with diabetes, including private counselling via e-mail, group discussion forums, chat rooms, a blog and a range of online groups based on various diabetes-related topics. (English)