Emanuala supports people with diabetes, especially those with eating and body image problems.Read more
Category: Clinical practice
What are the expectations and experiences of non-insulin injectables among adults with type 2 diabetes?
Our Centre’s research shows how experiences and expectations may shape attitudes to future use of insulin treatmentRead more
Adults with diabetes have a preferred agenda for diabetes consultations, and ‘mood’ is high on the list
In a recent ACBRD publication, we reported that adults with diabetes who feel distressed about diabetes, are seeking support from their health professionalsRead more
How to improve the care of children and adolescents with type 2 diabetes
The Centre has contributed to a new Australasian guideline to improve the care of children and adolescents with type 2 diabetesRead more
What people with diabetes need to know about accessing a psychologist for support
We report on two new leaflets published by the NDSS, and developed by the ACBRDRead more
What people with diabetes wish their health professionals understood about diabetes
Two new ACBRD publications report on the unmet diabetes care needs of people with diabetes and tips for health professionals to address some of these needs
The development of the Diabetes and Emotional Health handbook and toolkit
Have you ever wondered how the ACBRD develops evidence-based resources to support health professionals and people with diabetes? A new publication from ACBRD describes how
Does retrospective continuous glucose monitoring improve HbA1c among adults with type 2 diabetes?
Findings of the GP-OSMOTIC trial
Severe hypoglycaemia: how does it impact people with type 2 diabetes?
The centre published the first systematic review on the psychological impact of severe hypoglycaemia in adults with type 2 diabetes
ACBRD has a strong presence at the 2019 Australasian Diabetes Congress: #19ADC
ACBRD staff and students were involved in 15 presentations across three days of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest diabetes congress
by Dr Amelia Lake, Jennifer Halliday and Jasmine Schipp