An ACBRD study highlights the challenges and rewards of conducting research to meet the needs of those who are usually ‘hardly reached’
What affects the uptake of eye checks among young adults with type 2 diabetes?
An invited review published by the ACBRD investigates the clinical and psychosocial factors influencing this important aspect of diabetes self-care.
Behavioural diabetes and mHealth: key areas of interest at #ICBM2018Chile
Dr Amelia Lake reports on the leading trends and emerging issues at the 15th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine
Changing the way we talk about complications: why language matters
Chris Aldred, AKA ‘The Grumpy Pumper’ visited the ACBRD to share his insights on the need to talk more often and more constructively about the complications of diabetes.
By Dr Elizabeth Holmes-Truscott
Highlighting best practice in brief health information development
A new paper by the ACBRD outlines best practice development of a brief communication resource to reduce vision loss from diabetic retinopathy
The ACBRD celebrates the graduation of Dr Amelia Lake
We congratulate Dr Amelia Lake, who was awarded her PhD in Psychology at a graduation ceremony at Deakin University’s Geelong Waterfront campus on Wednesday 20 June.
Reducing the risk of vision loss among young adults with type 2 diabetes
ACBRD published a qualitative study examining barriers to screening for diabetic retinopathy.
by Amelia Lake