Your health matters.

Join the Oviva Diabetes Support programme to receive 1-to-1 coaching from a personal diabetes dietitian at a time that fits around your busy schedule. Use the Oviva app to track your food and activity levels, and work towards your health goals with expert support every step of the way.

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What you get from the Oviva programme:

8 weeks of one to one support from a specialised diabetes dietitian at a time that suits you.

A remote service that allows you to speak with your dietitian and track your progress wherever you are, by phone or via our NHS-approved smartphone app. No added stress of travelling to appointments.

Lifelong access to helpful resources to use at home including online portal, guidebook, recipes and meal plans.

Improve your blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol levels, lose weight and reducing your risk of diabetes complications. Gain more confidence in managing your type 2 diabetes.

Watch our short video to find out how you can benefit from the Oviva Diabetes Support programme.

Sign up for Oviva Diabetes Support below.

Consent to take part in an evaluation study

This course has been commissioned by the Health Innovation Network, the Academic Health Science Network for South London, who are evaluating how diabetes education can be improved in the workplace. As part of the course your weight and BMI will be measured to track your progress.
By taking part in the course, you agree that your anonymised weight and BMI will be shared with Health Innovation Network. Your personal details and individual answers will remain confidential and will not be shared with your employer or anyone else.











If you’re not sure how to find your NHS Number, there is more guidance on the NHS England website here

The following exclusion criteria applies:

Those under the age of 18, pregnant women, people with type 1 diabetes, people who do not have a recorded diagnosis of type 2 diabetes, people who are not an employee of London Ambulance Service or Transport for London, people with a significant learning disability or untreated mental health condition that makes it difficult for them to engage in care.