Presentation on why type 1 diabetes and work life is worth researching

On Wednesday 21st of June, Ulla presented her ongoing PhD research at an ACBRD lunch symposium. The title of her talk was ‘Work it! Work it! Why type 1 diabetes and work life is worth researching and how to enable a happy marriage between diabetes and work life’. Here she summarises her talk:

by Ulla Møller Hansen, a Danish PhD student from Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen


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Psychosocial Burden of Diabetes: An Infographic

In 2016 the ACBRD released the latest Diabetes MILES study findings (MILES-2). The MILES-2 study report provides the second snapshot in five years of what it’s like for Australian adults to live with diabetes. To summarise key aspects of what the study found, we put together the above infographic.

Click here to download a copy of the infographic.