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Category: Behaviour change
What does and doesn’t work in programs for younger people with type 2 diabetes?
Our Centre has published a review of the design and evaluation of behaviour change programs for people with younger-onset type 2 diabetesRead more
The role of behavioural medicine in type 2 diabetes
A Special Section of the Annals of Behavioral Medicine focuses on novel evidence about type 2 diabetes management and the role of psychosocial factors: what are the learnings?Read more
50 years of Behavioural Science in Diabetes: What’s Next?
Dr Mary de Groot considers the history and future of this vital area of researchRead more
A focus on practical strategies at the #ADA2020 as #ADAgoesVirtual
Behavioural highlights from the 80th Scientific Sessions of American Diabetes Association
How do people with type 2 diabetes experience the behaviour change processes involved in weight loss and maintenance?
A recent UK study in Diabetic Medicine uses qualitative interviews to explore behaviour change processes
Limiting the spread of COVID-19: lessons from behavioural science
Five behaviour change principles to guide COVID-19 messaging, and increase recommended behaviours to slow transmission.
By Dr Elizabeth Holmes-Truscott
ACBRD helps to celebrate an impactful 25 years of the PsychoSocial Aspects of Diabetes (PSAD) Study Group
Diabetic Medicine special issue highlights the work of the PSAD in understanding the psychosocial experience of living with diabetes
Does involving people living with diabetes in research improve health outcomes?
A review by Australian and European researchers explores factors behind successful involvement and makes recommendations to increase participation
Want to know what fish have to do with HbA1c, or how to make a difference in 5 minutes? Remember, #DiabetesPsychologyMatters
Highlights from #ADA2019: 79th Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association