Diabetes Education Program
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Self-management tools

We have included a few forms for you to print and use for self-management.  You can fill in and bring to your appointment with your diabetes team.
 
This information helps us help you manage your diabetes.
 
My Blood Glucose Log Sheet
We recommend if you are monitoring your blood glucose to write down your blood sugar readings. If your doctor has already recommended testing times, follow those directions. If not, we recommend 1-2 tests a day, alternating the times.
 
For example: if you test your blood sugar once daily you may test fasting one morning and the next day test before dinner, then test one day before lunch. It may also be helpful to sometimes test your blood sugar 2 hours after you have eaten.

Download Blood Glucose Log Sheet

My Food Diary
In order to assess your eating habits, it is most helpful to fill out a 3 day food record, including what you eat, how much you eat and when you ate it. You may need to measure out some portions with measuring cups to see more accurate portion sizes.

 Download Food Diary

Contact us »

Diabetes Education Program

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
2075 Bayview Avenue,
Toronto, ON M4N 3M5

Phone: 416-480-4805
Fax: 416-480-4283

Self-referral »

Patients may self-refer by calling 416-480-4805 between 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Patients may also leave a voicemail, and a staff member will return the call. 

You may also download the self-referral form (PDF) and fax it to 416-480-4283.

Physician referral »

Patients may also be referred to the program by their physician. Physicians can fax the physician referral form (PDF) to 416-480-4283.

Appointments »

To book an appointment or speak with a member of the Diabetes Education Team, please call 416-480-4805