Peer-reviewed presentations (2013)

ADS/ADEA Annual Scientific Meeting: Sydney, Australia; 28-30 August

Abousleiman J, Chronopoulos A, Leader N, Molyneaux L, Speight J, Gilfillan C , Overland J. Improving self-monitoring of blood glucose among adults with type 1 diabetes: an interim analysis of The MobileTM Study.

Conn J, Silberberg CL, Hendrieckx C, Kenkin AJ, Nankervis A, Cheung NW. Supporting self-management and optimising mental health in people with type 1 diabetes: an education resource for trainees in adult endocrinology.

Halliday J, Hendrieckx C, Beeney L, Morrish L, Baxandall S, Speight J. Monitoring the well-being of people with diabetes: how to translate guidelines into routine care? The NDSS National Development Program for Mental Health and Diabetes.

Hendrieckx C, Halliday JA, Colman P, Cohen N, Jenkins A, Speight J. How problematic hypoglycaemia compromises quality of life.

American Diabetes Association 73nd Scientific Sessions: Chicago, USA; 20-24 June

Browne JL, Ventura A, Mosely K, Speight JPerspectives on diabetes-related social stigma: an interview study.

Little S, Leelarathna L, Walkinshaw E, Tan HK, Chapple O, Lubina-Solomon A, Barendse S, Chadwick T, Brennand C, Stocken D, Wood R, Marshall SM, Begley J, Kerr D, Speight J, Flanagan D, Heller S, Evans M, Shaw JAM. A Definitive Multicenter RCT to Restore Hypoglycemia Awareness and Prevent Recurrent Severe Hypoglycemia in Adults with Long-Standing Type 1 Diabetes: Results from the HypoCOMPaSS Trial.

Speight J, Barendse SM, Inkster B, Frier BM, Shaw JAM. Psychometric Validation of a Novel Measure of Impaired Awareness of Hypoglycemia: the Hypoglycemia Awareness Questionnaire (HypoA-Q).

Vora J, Cohen N, Evans M, Hockey A, Speight J, Whately-Smith C. Glycemic Control and Treatment Satisfaction in Type 2 Diabetes: Basal Plus Compared with Biphasic Insulin in the LANSCAPE Trial.

IDF World Diabetes Congress: Melbourne, Australia; 2-6 December

Browne JL, O’Neil A, Williams E, Horne R, Pouwer F, Speight J. Employment and economic hardship are barriers to self-management in people with type 2 diabetes: Results from Diabetes MILES – Australia. (poster)

Browne JL, Ventura A, Mosely K, Speight J. Diabetes-related stigma: Perspectives from adults with type 1 diabetes. (oral)

Edwards H, Bridgman H, Speight J, Skinner TC. Searching for help online:  understanding the experience of pregnancy and motherhood for women with type 1 diabetes. (oral)

Halliday JA, Hendrieckx C, Browne JL, Nefs G, Pouwer F, Speight J. Validation of the WHO-5 as a first step screening tool for monitoring depression in English-speaking adults with type 1 or 2 diabetes. (oral)

Holmes-Truscott E, Hendrieckx C, Dunning T, Skinner T, Speight J. “It’s like saying to a child ‘be good’!” a qualitative study of the perceived impact of language among people with type 1 and type 2 Diabetes. (oral)

Scovelle A, Hendrieckx C, Cheney J, Scibilia R, Speight J. Camps are about “having a great time and lots of fun!”: evaluation of Diabetes Australia – Vic’s Diabetes Camps Program. (poster)

Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference: Manchester, UK; 13-15 March

Eborall H, McNicol, Dallosso H, Speight J, Daly H, Martin-Stacey L, Carey M, Davies M, Khunti K, Heller SR. Explaining engagement in self-monitoring of blood glucose and urinalysis among participants of the DESMOND SMBG trial: a qualitative interview study.

Heller SR, Dallosso H, Hadjiconstantinou M, Morris D, Speight J. Does self-monitoring of blood glucose as opposed to urinalysis provide additional benefit in people with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes receiving structured education? A cluster randomised controlled trial.

Primary Health Care Research Conference:  Sydney, Australia; 10-12 July

Furler J, Blackberry I, O’Neal D, Ginnivan L, Manski-Nankervis JA, Holmes-Truscott E, Young D, Best J, Patterson E, Speight J. ‘Stepping Up’ study protocol: A cluster RCT of team-based transition to insulin in primary care for people with type 2 diabetes.

Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine: Newcastle, Australia; 6-8 February

Holmes-Truscott E, Horne R, Skinner TC, Pouwer F, Speight J. Concerns about current diabetes medications are associated with perceived barriers to future insulin use in people with type 2 diabetes.

PsychoSocial Aspects of Diabetes (PSAD) Study Group of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes: Zadar, Croatia; 12-14 April

Holmes-Truscott E, Austin D, Speight J. Development and evaluation of a tailored internet-based intervention to improve psychological receptiveness to insulin in people with type 2 diabetes. PsychoSocial Aspects of Diabetes.