Prof Jane Speight discusses the role of this impactful editorial in a growing global movement to improve #LanguageMatters in diabetes.
As Diabetes Victoria launches its “Bust a Myth” awareness campaign, we are joining the conversation.
by Caitlynn Ashton & Dr Adriana Ventura
A US study has found a family-based intervention was effective in improving healthy eating in youth with type 1 diabetes, without increasing their risk for disordered eating.
by Dr Christel Hendrieckx
In #ExerciseRightWeek, we highlight a recent paper from the ACBRD, which explores the association between physical activity and depressive symptoms in adults with type 2 diabetes, and how it differs by body weight
by Ralph Geerling
A new Danish measure of stigma associated with type 1 diabetes.
By Caitlynn Ashton and Dr Adriana Ventura
The 2018 ADS/ADEA Australasian Diabetes Congress is being held between 22-24 August in Adelaide. At this event, we will be convening and chairing an ADEA symposium, which will focus on how health professionals like you, are putting the NDSS Diabetes and Emotional Health handbook and toolkit into clinical practice.
So, we invite you to submit your experiences or a case study as an entry to our competition. If your entry is shortlisted, you will have the opportunity to share your experiences at the conference by giving a short oral presentation during the symposium. The overall winner (to be selected based on the submission and the presentation) will win a FREE registration for the 2019 ADS/ADEA Australasian Diabetes Congress.
A new review examines their effectiveness, cost and methods of delivery and barriers to uptake.
By Prof Jane Speight