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The people behind type 1 voice

T1V Committee | Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) | Collaboration Partners

Type 1 Voice Committee

Kate Laurie

Winemaker at Deviation Road
Adelaide Hills

Carmen Bishop

Development Officer
University Senior College at Adelaide University Inc

Lorraine Pitman

Business Development Manager, AME

Megan Freeman

Diabetes Educator/ Type 1 Consumer
Diabetes Outreach Eyre Peninsula

Eliza Bartlett

Registered Nurse

Jane Bartlett

Senior Project Officer
Office for Recreation and Sport

Georgia Hall

Office for Public Sector Renewal
Fateful Fashion Blogger/ Stylist

Geoff Thomas

Principal, Axant Corporate Advisory

Lindi Hyde

Nutritionist

Rosie Hall

Director, Universal Scaffolding Pty. Ltd.

Medical Advisory Committee (MAC)

Dr Paul Angus

BMBS FRACGP G.Dip RGP (Anaesthesia)

Dr Jan Fairchild

Specialist in Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes
The Women's and Children's Hospital in Adelaide

Rebecca Munt

Lecturer (Diabetes Management and Education)
Flinders University
Adelaide, Australia Higher Education

Jane Giles

Diabetes Education Lead at Country Health SA
Adelaide, AustraliaHospital & Health Care

Kirrily Chambers

Credentialled Diabetes Educator (special interest in insulin pump therapy)
Accredited HMR pharmacist with an advanced diploma in nutritional pharmacy

Collaboration Partners

International Centre for Allied Health Evidence (iCAHE)

Sports Dietitians Australia (SDA)

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)

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Draw our attention to any issues you feel are unfair, compromising your health and wellbeing in the workplace, or if your workplace needs to be educated about type 1 diabetes...

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Being a teenager with type 1, it can be hard to juggle subject timetables, social commitments with a healthy lifestyle, it would great if people understood more about type 1...

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Here at Type 1 Voice we are your advocate for change in remote and rural areas... Shape your health outcomes in the country.

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"Type 1 Voice exists to improve people's experience of having type 1 diabetes and enabling dignified, happy and healthy living.

This is achieved through collaboration with government and industry as well as raising awareness in the workplace, school and the community."