As the response to the COVID-19 pandemic ramps up, a Lancet review examines the psychological effects of self-isolation
On #IWD2018, we asked our Foundation Director to discuss her inspiration, challenges and advice for women wanting to succeed in research.
As 2018 began, the team happily packed up our office at Queensberry Street, Carlton, ready to relocate a few hundred metres, to make a fresh start in a new office in North Melbourne. We left the old, brought the good and have planted seeds for many exciting new opportunities in 2018 and beyond – stay tuned.
For anyone visiting us, please note we are now located at Level 7, 14-20 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne, VIC 3051.
We thank all our colleagues at Diabetes Victoria and Deakin University who have been involved in making our transition to our new office smooth and easy.
This week, the sun sets on my time as Senior Research Fellow at The Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes (ACBRD). ‘To every thing there is a season’, as the saying goes.
by Dr Jessica Browne
The ACBRD is pleased to announce that it is actively seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified individuals who would be interested in undertaking a PhD focused on the behavioural, psychological and social aspects of living with diabetes.
by Prof Jane Speight
The Diabetes and Emotional Health handbook and toolkit book tour.
by Jennifer Halliday
In April 2017, ACBRD Research Fellow, Dr Adriana Ventura started her private psychology practice in Frankston. Although her practice is not confined to people with diabetes or other chronic health conditions, Adriana has a special interest in these groups.
by Dr Adriana Ventura