Young Adults Living with Diabetes Working Group & Design Team; Privacy Notice & Consent Form

Closes 29 Oct 2021

Opened 6 Nov 2020


The Clinical Health Psychology Service for Young Adults Living with Diabetes offers psychological support to young people, aged 18-26 years, who are living with diabetes and the impact this may have on their emotional well-being. Our wish for this service is that it provides the opportunity for young people to avail of psychological support in the most accessible, appropriate and helpful way. It is our belief therefore that the voices of young people living with diabetes should be heard across all levels of how we deliver our service; that is, in the design of the service and in on-going evaluation thereafter. We are very excited that you are willing to give of your time to help us design our service in the best possible way.


Why your views matter

We plan to arrange a number of scheduled meetings across the next few months; either virtually or in person, dependent on the COVID-19 guidelines. Our hope is that these meetings can form a space for us to explore fully what our service may look like; to discuss your experiences of services to date, your thoughts on how Psychology may be most helpful for young people living with diabetes, and your ideas as to how to take this forward.

At the bottom of this page you will see a link to information ("PRIVACY NOTICE") that explains the processes around how we handle and process your personal information and the ideas you contribute throughout. Please read this carefully. It is important that you are fully informed when consenting to take part in our discussions.

Consent for Participation in Working Group & Design Team


  • Service users/patients
  • Advocate groups


  • Improvement of health and social care services