Events

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ADEA Diabetes Research Foundation Showcase: Australasian Diabetes Congress (ADC): Sydney (21-23 August 2019)

Halliday J. Title to be confirmed (topic: Progress on ADEA Research Grant: Diabetes Distress Online Training).

Australasian Diabetes Congress (ADC): Sydney (21-23 August 2019)

Baptista S, Wadley G, Bird D, Oldenburg B, Speight J, on behalf of the ‘My Diabetes Coach’ Study Group. User experiences with a smartphone diabetes coaching app for type 2 diabetes: My Diabetes Coach (POSTER)

Furler J, O’Neal DN, Speight J, Blackberry I, Manski-Nankervis J, Thuraisingam S, de la Rue K, Ginnivan L, Doyle R, Holmes-Truscott E, Khunti K, Dalziel K, Chiang J, Audehm R, Kennedy M, Clark M, Jenkins AJ, Lake A, Januszewski A, Liew D, Clarke PM, Best JD. GP-OSMOTIC: An RCT to determine the effect of 3-monthly retrospective continuous glucose monitoring (rCGM) on 12-month HbA1c in adults with type 2 diabetes in primary care (POSTER)

Geerling R, Speight J, Holmes-Truscott E, Furler J, Browne JL, Mosely K. Positive reinforcement during primary care consultations is associated with greater physical activity in adults with type 2 diabetes (POSTER)

Holmes-Truscott E, Holloway E, Furler J, Hagger V, O’Neal DN, Skinner TC, Speight J. Development, feasibility and efficacy of a web-based intervention to reduce psychological barriers to insulin therapy among adults with type 2 diabetes: study protocol (POSTER)

Lake A, Holmes-Truscott E, Furler J, Manski-Nankervis J, Speight J. “It has kicked me into be proactive, not reactive”: a qualitative study of retrospective continuous glucose monitoring among adults living with type 2 diabetes in the GP-OSMOTIC trial (POSTER AWARD)

Litterbach E, Holmes-Truscott E, Speight JPouwer F, Hendrieckx C. “I wish my health professionals understood that it’s not just all about your HbA1c!”: qualitative responses from the second Diabetes MILES – Australia (MILES-2) Study (ORAL)

Lu J, Vogrin S, McAuley SA, Lee MH, Paldus B, Bach LA, Burt MG, Clarke PM, Cohen N, Colman PG, de Bock M, Hendrieckx C, Holmes-Walker DJ, Jenkins AJ, Kaye J, Keech AC, Kumareswaran J, MacIsaac RJ, McCallum RW, Sims C, Speight J, Stranks SN, Trawley S, Ward GM, Sundararajan V, Jones TW, O’Neal DN. Post-meal glycaemia in adults with type 1 diabetes using MDI vs CSII who have received carbohydrate-counting education (ORAL)

McAuley SA, Vogrin S, Lee MH, Paldus B, Bach LA, Burt MG, Clarke PM, Cohen N, Colman PG, de Bock M, Hendrieckx C, Holmes-Walker DJ, Horsburgh JC, Jenkins AJ, Kaye J, Keech AC, Kumareswaran J, MacIsaac RJ, McCallum RW, Sims C, Speight J, Stranks SN, Trawley S, Ward GM, Sundararajan V, Jones TW, O’Neal DN. Glucose levels after type 1 diabetes education among adults using insulin pumps versus multiple daily injections (ORAL)

Morrison M, Strickland J, Houvardas E, Watson N, Audehm R, Barry A, Hendrieckx C, Nankervis A, Porter C, Scibilia R, Ross G. The National Gestational Diabetes Register improvement project – findings of a consumer and general practice review (POSTER)

Ross M, Taverna G, Lake A, Speight J, Hider K, Jones C. The role of health professionals in a consumer-empowered diabetes peer support model (ORAL)

Schipp J, Holmes-Truscott E, Hendrieckx C, Coates E, Heller S, Cooke D, Speight J. A qualitative investigation of the acceptability to adults with type 1 diabetes of five diabetes-specific quality of life measures. Findings of the YourSAY: QoL study (POSTER)

Speight J, Holmes-Truscott E, Hendrieckx C, Coates E, Heller SR, Cooke D. Comparison of the acceptability and psychometric properties of scales assessing the impact of type 1 diabetes on quality of life: results of the YourSAY: QoL study (POSTER)

Australasian Paediatric Endocrine Group (APEG): Adelaide (1-4 September 2019)

Speight J. Ways with words: Why our #LanguageMatters in type 1 diabetes care.

University of Melbourne, School of Medicine: Melbourne (2 September 2019)

Lake A. Title to be confirmed (topic: workshop on best practice development of health behaviour change interventions)

Foundation of European Nurses in Diabetes (FEND): Barcelona (13-14 September 2019)

Speight J. Recognising the world’s most powerful drug: why our words matter in diabetes.

Danish Society for Communication in Healthcare: Nyborg (26 September 2019)

Speight J. Language Matters in Diabetes: the story, the research, the future.

Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (GP19): Adelaide (24-26 October) 

Lake AJ, Furler J, Manski-Nankervis J-A, Holmes-Truscott E, Speight J.  Clinician experience of retrospective-CGM in type-2 diabetes (POSTER)

IDF World Diabetes Congress: Busan (2-6 December 2019)

Speight J. Title to be confirmed.