Research from the US shows that couples who participate in a diabetes intervention together have less emotional distress than those who participate alone
The centre published the first systematic review on the psychological impact of severe hypoglycaemia in adults with type 2 diabetes
by Dr Shikha Gray
A qualitative study (from researchers at Kings College London) explores how adults with newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes experience and adapt to this new reality
By Sienna Russell-Green
As World Diabetes Day places a focus on ‘the family and diabetes’, we share findings from our research with families of children with type 1 diabetes
By Dr Christel Hendrieckx
The UK ‘Language Matters Working Group’ has reviewed the research on the importance of using positive language in diabetes care
By Eloise Litterbach
ACBRD PhD candidate Ralph Geerling discusses why he is interested in understanding more about the relationship between personality traits and type 2 diabetes self-care
By Ralph Geerling
In this special issue of Diabetic Medicine (June 2018), nine articles are devoted to the psychological, social and behavioural aspects of diabetes management.
By Dr Amelia Lake
Prof Jane Speight discusses the role of this impactful editorial in a growing global movement to improve #LanguageMatters in diabetes.
Our new study examines the negative experience of insulin use associated with diabetes stigma among people with type 2 diabetes.
by Jasmine Schipp & Dr Elizabeth Holmes-Truscott