Our Partners

Become a Partner Clinic

Knowledge is a cornerstone of diabetes self-care. Diabetes Toolkit provides knowledge directly to people with diabetes, and also serves as a repository of educational resources for understaffed diabetes and primary care clinics. Diabetes Toolkit provides diabetes knowledge at no cost to people with diabetes online, via webinar, and in print.

Partner clinics can rely on Diabetes Toolkit’s resources for patient education, reducing the need to create them in-house.

Become a Partner Clinic
Meet our Current Clinics

Collaborating Partners

Diabetes Toolkit collaborates with diabetes clinics, academic researchers, diabetes camps, and other organizations to further diabetes education, build community, and contribute to research to improve diabetes outcomes.

  • Diabetes Journey Study

    Diabetes Toolkit’s educational online resource, T1DToolkit.org, is part of a study funded by the National Institutes of Health and led by researchers at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and the University of Florida. The purpose of the study is to explore the best way to provide educational support for teens living with type 1 diabetes […]

  • University of Texas, Tyler

    Researchers at the University of Texas, Tyler are conducting a study to better understand the relationship between diabetes knowledge and diabetes device/technology confidence in school nurses. The research team is using the KAT-1, with a specific focus on Diabetes Technology and Devices.