New research from the Hypo-RESOLVE Project examines the burden of hypoglycaemia on parentsRead more
Tag: type 1 diabetes
Psychological perspectives on COVID-19 and diabetes
More than six months into the global pandemic, we summarise emerging publications about the psychological impact of, and diabetes care during, COVID-19Read more
Diabetes care and COVID-19
A new leaflet published by the NDSS, developed by the ACBRD, provides practical strategies for staying connected to your health care team during COVID-19Read more
The psychological factors linked to disordered eating in adolescents with type 1 diabetes
The centre publishes new insights from the Diabetes MILES Youth – Australia studyRead more
The thoughts associated with awareness of hypoglycaemia and recurrent severe hypoglycaemia
Researchers from King’s College London have explored the role of beliefs about low and high glucose levels in ~2000 adults with type 1 diabetes
“Is insulin delivery method associated with diabetes distress among people with type 1 diabetes?”
Research from the US suggests no difference in diabetes-related distress among adults with type 1 diabetes with a free choice of insulin pumps versus multiple daily insulin injections.
What are the common barriers to managing type 1 diabetes for youth and their families – and how do they affect quality of life?
A US study examines the link between self-management barriers and diabetes-specific quality of life in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes and their parents.