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Pharma & Device

Joslin Diabetes Center sets the standard for diabetes care and education.  We are committed to extending our mission both nationally and internationally through working cooperatively with pharmaceutical and device companies.

Some of the resources, programs, and tools Joslin has developed include:
          •  Educational materials and licensed content
          •  Education programs
          •  Advisory services
          •  Customized education programs
          •  Multicultural and outreach educational initiatives
          •  Branding, tools, and other offerings to improve diabetes care and education

Customized Education Programs
Joslin develops customized education programs in collaboration with pharmaceutical, device and other healthcare-related companies to achieve better health outcomes for those living with diabetes.

Page last updated: April 16, 2015