By Amelia Williams, Dr Edith Holloway, and Ralph GeerlingRead more
Psychological perspectives on COVID-19 and diabetes
More than six months into the global pandemic, we summarise emerging publications about the psychological impact of, and diabetes care during, COVID-19Read more
Diabetes care and COVID-19
A new leaflet published by the NDSS, developed by the ACBRD, provides practical strategies for staying connected to your health care team during COVID-19Read more
Supporting people with diabetes and COVID-19-related worries
According to a new report published in Diabetic Medicine, COVID-19-related worries about diabetes are very common, but there are practical ways we can support people
Time to switch off? Minimising the impact of media coverage of COVID-19 on our health
According to a new report published in Health Psychology, repeated media exposure to the COVID-19 pandemic can cause more harm than good
Managing Worry about COVID-19 and Diabetes
A new leaflet published by the NDSS
Being in quarantine: what are the psychological effects and how can we reduce them?
As the response to the COVID-19 pandemic ramps up, a Lancet review examines the psychological effects of self-isolation
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