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Joslin Store

Welcome to the Joslin Store!

Joslin offers a variety of books and DVDs for people with diabetes and the friends and family members who provide them with care and support.  Most all are written by doctors, nurse practitioners, nutritionists and educators from Joslin – the experts on diabetes treatment and care.

More good news! Not only will our books and DVDs help you better understand diabetes, be better able to manage your treatment plan and stay healthy, but the money that you pay for them will help to support Joslin’s research efforts to find better treatments – and someday a cure.


Resources and Tools for Healthcare Professionals

Resources you can rely on to enhance and expand your clinical knowledge of diabetes and to best educate your patients are available right here from Joslin -- the world’s preeminent diabetes clinic, diabetes research center and provider of diabetes education.  Click here to find books and teaching materials.

 

Newly Updated!

Joslin Publications has exciting news! We are pleased to announce that we have completely revised our best selling publication, What You Need to Know about Diabetes!  Joslin’s medical staff and diabetes educators have revised every chapter to make the book up-to-the-minute current – with new chapters, new medicine charts, colorful illustrations, and much more.  What You Need to Know is an excellent resource for someone newly diagnosed with diabetes, for someone who needs to brush up on current treatments and self-management suggestions– or for those who are caring for someone with diabetes – appropriate for those with either type 1 or 2 diabetes.

With colorful illustrations throughout, this resource concisely and clearly covers everything you need to manage your diabetes, avoid complications and live a healthy life.

 

 
 

Click here to learn more about the revised/updated content 

Take Your Best Shot

Our new Take Your Best Shot program helps clinicians educate patients on proper insulin self-administration. This useful program full of colorful illustrations covers topics such as:

  • guidance on types of insulin
  • how to inject with a pen or a syringe
  • choosing injection sites, skin thickness and needle size
  • injecting without pain

. . . and much more! Includes a flipchart with handouts.

Pocket guide for providers

Written by clinicians at Joslin specifically with the busy primary care physician in mind, Joslin's Pocket Guide to Advancing Diabetes Treatment is a time-saving resource that assembles information valuable to advancing or intensifying diabetes treatment.

Weight & Wellness guide

Staying Healthy with Diabetes – Weight & Wellness provides information and strategies to help you achieve a healthy weight and maintain it over time.

Co-Branding and Custom Development

Joslin’s variety of patient and professional education materials are available for sale from Joslin with discounts allowed for quantity purchases. Branding or co-branding as well as custom covers designed to fit within your institution’s diabetes program are also possible.

Page last updated: April 23, 2014