The University of Queensland and Griffith University have partnered with Health and Wellbeing Queensland to deliver a program that will tackle Logan’s rising rates of type 2 diabetes.

The program, named Logan Healthy Living, will look to address the mental, emotional and social challenges faced by people living with or at risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

The $3.3 million project will be led by allied health professionals from the UQ Health Care program, a not-for-profit primary care, clinical innovation and research organisation, and will be supported by students from UQ as well as Griffith.

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