Highlights of the ACBRD’s contributions to the American Diabetes Association conference 2019
The UK ‘Language Matters Working Group’ has reviewed the research on the importance of using positive language in diabetes care
By Eloise Litterbach
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
A new qualitative study from UK researchers suggests that digital tools such as self-management apps and internet based programs have tremendous potential but do not meet the needs of people with diabetes.
By Shaira Baptista
As Diabetes Victoria launches its “Bust a Myth” awareness campaign, we are joining the conversation.
by Caitlynn Ashton & Dr Adriana Ventura
A new Danish measure of stigma associated with type 1 diabetes.
By Caitlynn Ashton and Dr Adriana Ventura
Our new study examines the negative experience of insulin use associated with diabetes stigma among people with type 2 diabetes.
by Jasmine Schipp & Dr Elizabeth Holmes-Truscott
ACBRD and colleagues in Sydney publish paper on perceptions of social control and social support relating to the self-management of type 2 diabetes
by Dr Adriana Ventura