Our Centre’s research shows how experiences and expectations may shape attitudes to future use of insulin treatmentRead more
Reducing diabetes distress: Can cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) help?
Research from King’s College London examines the benefits among adults with type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes.Read more
Can animated human-like characters support people with type 2 diabetes in their everyday lives?
The acceptability of ‘Laura’ in the ‘My Diabetes Coach’ appRead more
What does and doesn’t work in programs for younger people with type 2 diabetes?
Our Centre has published a review of the design and evaluation of behaviour change programs for people with younger-onset type 2 diabetesRead more
Experiences of a type 2 diabetes remission intervention
Recent research has shown that type 2 diabetes remission may be possible for some people. We take a look at a study that looks at people’s experiences of the The Diabetes REmission Clinical Trial.Read more
Why, how and when do people use (and stop using) type 2 diabetes self-care apps?
We explore users’ experiences with the ‘My Diabetes Coach’ appRead more
Are weight stigma and diabetes stigma barriers to diabetes care in adults with type 2 diabetes?
Findings from a US study show the potential impact of both experienced and self-stigma.
By Chantelle GallowRead more
Weight and diabetes stigma among people with type 2 diabetes
New American research highlights the double burden of diabetes and weight-related stigma among adults with type 2 diabetes
By Dr Elizabeth Holmes-TruscottRead more
Are hyperglycaemia and insulin resistance related to the development of depression in people with type 2 diabetes?
A recent study from the Netherlands shows a temporal linkRead more
How can health professionals best support adults with type 2 diabetes who are concerned about starting insulin?
A new study published in Diabetes Therapy highlights strategies that adults with type 2 diabetes find helpful to overcome their concerns about starting insulin