Peer-reviewed presentations (2011)

PsychoSocial Aspects of Diabetes (PSAD) Study Group of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes: Cambridge, UK; 13-15 May

Browne JL, Holmes-Truscott E, Speight J. The Diabetes MILES study: a national survey of psychological, behavioural, and social aspects of living with diabetes in Australia.

ADS-ADEA Annual Scientific Meeting: Perth, Australia

Browne JL, Morris A, Speight J.  Brief assessment of diabetes-related distress: ‘PAID’ short forms not confirmed in an unselected sample in regional Australia.

Morris A, Browne JL, Speight J.  Clinical insights about the feasibility and value of routine monitoring of diabetes-related distress (using the PAID) in a regional Australian diabetes clinic.

Mosely KM, Schabert J, Browne JL, Speight J. Social stigma in diabetes: a growing problem for an increasing epidemic.

Speight J, Dunning T, Scibilia R, Holmes-Truscott E, Skinner TC. Talking the Talk: How to Engage People with Diabetes.

Combined Abstracts of 2011 Australian Psychology Conferences, 46th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society.

Mosely KM, Avery L, Speight J, Sniehotta F, Trenell M. “Movement as Medicine”: combining theory and research to develop an online professional development training program and support materials to assist primary healthcare professionals intervening to increase physical activity in people with type 2 diabetes.

Speight J, Browne JL. The Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes: an idea whose time has come?