Events

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancellation of local, national and international events in the coming months. The events currently listed here may also be subject to change, postponement or cancellation in due course. Please check with the meeting organisers.

For further information, you can contact info@acbrd.org.au 


29 Nov

1 DEC

Research Accelerating Psychosocial Innovations in Diabetes (RAPID) / PsychoSocial Aspects of Diabetes (PSAD) Annual Scientific Meeting

Copenhagen, Denmark

Navigating diabetes care: weathering the storm or seeing the horizon

Prof Jane Speight


Psychosocial Outcomes among Users and Nonusers of Open-Source Automated Insulin Delivery Systems: Findings from a Multinational Survey of Adults with Type 1 Diabetes

Schipp J, Hendrieckx C, Braune K, O’Donnell S, Ballhausen H, Cleal B, Wäldchen M, Knoll C, Gajewska K, Froment T, Skinner TC, Speight J.


Development and implementation of psycho-educational messaging to promote uptake of type 2 diabetes screening among women with prior gestational diabetes in Australia: the ME-MaGDA study.

Lake AJ, Williams A, Neven ACH, O’Reilly SL, Hendrieckx C, Teede H, Boyle JA, Morrison M, Dunbar JA, Speight J on behalf of the ME-MaGDA team.


What are parents’ needs and wishes related to their child’s hypoglycaemia? A multi-country qualitative study

Broadley M, Valdersdorf Jensen M, Chatwin H, de Galan B, Hendrieckx C, Carlton J, Finke-Grone K, Hermanns N, Heller SR, Amiel SA, Speight J, Pouwer F, on behalf of the Hypo-RESOLVE consortium.

5-8

DEC

International Diabetes Federation (IDF) World Diabetes Congress

Optimising uptake of type 2 diabetes screening among Australian women with prior gestational diabetes

Lisbon, Portugal

Dr Amelia Lake

8-10

FEB

2023

Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine

Improving the health and well-being of people with diabetes: Walking the walk or talking the talk?

Geelong, Australia

Prof Jane Speight


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