Our review examines use of Person Reported Outcome Measure in type 2 diabetes careRead more
Category: Diabetes distress
Reducing diabetes distress: Can cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) help?
Research from King’s College London examines the benefits among adults with type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes.Read more
Time with diabetes distress and how it relates to blood glucose levels
Research from Germany explores a new way to measure time in distress using ecological momentary assessmentRead 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
What impact does personality have on mental and physical well-being among adults with type 2 diabetes and depressive symptoms?
Research from Sydney’s Black Dog Institute has looked at the role of personality on changes in distress over timeRead more
Social support can affect how people with diabetes think, feel and act
An ACBRD study published in Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice explores the relationship between social support and self-care.
By Anneta JayanthaRead more
Self-esteem and social support protect against the impact of diabetes stigma
New insights from the second Diabetes MILES– Australia study published in Diabetes Care
By Dr Elizabeth Holmes-TruscottRead 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
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
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