Online biopsychosocial training to prevent severe hypoglycaemia in adults with type 1 diabetes

Deakin Supervisors: Professor Jane Speight, Dr Christel Hendrieckx Baker Supervisor: Associate Professor Neale Cohen, Professor Jonathan Shaw Project Description: With the rapidly advancing technologies of smartphones and hypoglycaemia, improve awareness of hypoglycaemic symptoms, and reduce fear of hypoglycaemia among adults with type 1 diabetes. This will be based upon: a) improved hypoglycaemia management techniques, and … Read more Online biopsychosocial training to prevent severe hypoglycaemia in adults with type 1 diabetes

Invited Presentations (2021)

5th National Patient-Reported Outcomes Measures (PROMS) Annual UK Research Conference 17 June 2021 | Sheffield, UK Developing a preference-based measure to capture the impact of hypoglycaemia on quality of life for people living with diabetes: a Hypo-RESOLVE study (Poster). Carlton J, Powell P, Rowen D, Heller S for the Hypo-RESOLVE Scientific Group* (*Speight, J is a … Read more Invited Presentations (2021)

Journal articles (2021)

Why #WeAreNotWaiting – Motivations and Self-Reported Outcomes among Users of Open-Source Automated Insulin Delivery Systems: A Multinational Survey. Braune K, Lewis DM, Thieffry A, Gajewska KA, Froment T, O’Donnell S, Speight J, Hendrieckx C, Schipp J, Skinner TC, Langstrup H, Tappe A, Raile K, Cleal B. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2021;23(6):e25409. doi: 10.2196/25409. The suitability of patient-reported outcome measures … Read more Journal articles (2021)

Behavioural and Psychosocial Research in Diabetes: ACBRD Webinar Series

The aims of this free webinar series are to strengthen communication and collaboration between researchers and clinicians across Australia in the field of psychosocial and behavioural diabetes research. The webinars are open to anyone with an interest in psychosocial and behavioural research in diabetes. To receive details about future webinars, please complete the form below. … Read more Behavioural and Psychosocial Research in Diabetes: ACBRD Webinar Series