Physical Activity and Type 2 Diabetes

The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (FSEM) welcomes the UK Government’s plan for a National Diabetes Prevention Programme[iii] alongside the Scottish Government’s Diabetes Improvement Plan[iv]. As part of both plans, the FSEM would like to see physical activity become a major priority, alongside dietary changes and weight loss, when it comes to the prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes within the NHS. Click here to view the full statement.

Chelsea First Team Doctor

A Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) doctors’ duty is to the health and medical welfare of his/her athlete at all times. Click here to view the full statement. 


Eight essential public health priorities - Making the Physically Active Choice


A fresh approach to healthcare and the prevention of illness on our Publications Page

Training and Assessment

Ultrasound Clinical Assessment is now available to our members click here

We offer a CESR application advice service for members click here

Other useful links -  Exercise for Life Booklet, Student Exercise Prescription Booklet, Appraisal & Revalidation, BASEM

  • Professor Sir Harry Burns Speaking at the Sport and Exercise Medicine Diploma Ceremony

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    26 August
  • Physical Activity can Prevent and Treat Type 2 Diabetes

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    20 August
  • Statement - Chelsea First Team Doctor

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    13 August