The World Health Organization (WHO) surveyed over 900 people to answer this important questionRead more
Category: Type 2 diabetes
Can loneliness increase risk for type 2 diabetes?
Researchers from Norway have examined data over 20 years to find outRead more
‘Is insulin right for me?’: a website for people with type 2 diabetes
The Centre has developed and tested a new website to reduce myths and misconceptions about insulin for type 2 diabetes
By Dr Elizabeth Holmes-TruscottRead more
How does hypoglycaemia affect quality of life?
The Hypo-RESOLVE study is answering this important questionRead more
What are the expectations and experiences of non-insulin injectables among adults with type 2 diabetes?
Our Centre’s research shows how experiences and expectations may shape attitudes to future use of insulin treatmentRead more
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
How do women’s knowledge and beliefs about diabetes in pregnancy differ by diabetes types?
An ACBRD study has identified that women with type 1 and type 2 diabetes differ in their views about contraception and preparing for pregnancyRead more
ACBRD leads Behavioural Platform for ACADI
ACADI is the Australian Centre for Accelerating Diabetes Innovations
By Dr Elizabeth Holmes-Truscott and Dr Christel HendrieckxRead more
How do adults with type 2 diabetes want to talk about weight with their doctor?
Our qualitative research shows five key preferred approachesRead more
Can animated human-like characters support people with type 2 diabetes in their everyday lives?
The acceptability of ‘Laura’ in the ‘My Diabetes Coach’ appRead more