American Diabetes Association 74th Scientific Session: San Francisco, USA; 13-17th June
Browne JL, Halliday J, O’Neil A, Pouwer F, Speight J. 2014 – Who wants to join diabetes peer support groupsWho wants to join diabetes peer support groups? Results from Diabetes MILES – Australia
Speight J, Browne JL, Barclay AW, Shapiro H, Koumantakis G, Hunter T, Koehler W, Capezio L, Petersen B. Use of structured self-monitoring of blood glucose improves glycemic control in Australians with non-insulin-treated type 2 diabetes: first results of the STeP IT UP trial.
28th International Congress of Applied Psychology: Paris, France; 11 July
ADS/ADEA Annual Scientific Conference: Melbourne, Australia; 27-29th August
Browne JL, Nefs G, Pouwer F, Speight J. Suicidal ideation or non-suicidal self-harm? A mismatch between the DSM-IV criterion and PHQ-9 item nine.
Cohen N, Speight J, Stranks S, O’Neal D, D’Emden M. Basal Plus compared with Biphasic insulin in type 2 diabetes: A post-hoc, subset analysis of the Australian data from the LANSCAPE trial.
Fineberg D, Hendrieckx C, Balkau B, Halliday J, Speight J, Cohen D. The association of blood glucose meter readings and emotional well-being in adults with type 1 diabetes.
Fournier M, Guillonneau S, Shehadeh N, Speight J, Tinahones FJ, Dimitriadis G, Germé M, Ahré B. Lixisenatide improves treatment satisfaction in adults with type 2 diabetes regardless of timing of administration.
Manski-Nankervis J, Furler JS, Blackberry I, Holmes-Truscott E, Young D, Patterson E, O’Neal D, Ginnivan L, Liew D, Segal L, May C, Speight J, Best JD. Associations between glycaemic control, disease burden and emotional well-being in adults with type 2 diabetes: preliminary analysis of baseline data from the Stepping Up Study.
Handley T, Ventura A, Browne JL, Rich J, Reddy P, Pouwer F, Speight J. Suicidal ideation in type 1 and type 2 diabetes: results from Diabetes MILES – Australia.
Holmes-Truscott E, Hendrieckx C, Harvey D, Hagger V, Harris S, Knight B, McIntyre HD, Speight J. Structured type 1 diabetes education delivered in routine care reduces diabetes-related emergencies and emotional distress: results from OzDAFNE.
McDonald D, Cheney J, Speight J, Scibilia R. Helping young people through transition. Results from the NDSS Youth Transition Pack (YTP) Evaluation.