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Tag: type 2 diabetes
What are the benefits of social support for people affected by type 2 diabetes?
A new review examines social networks in type 2 diabetes prevention and careRead more
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
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
Peer support groups for type 2 diabetes: what works well?
A qualitative study in England explores the experiences of group facilitators and nurses
How can couples participating in a diabetes intervention both benefit?
Research from the US shows that couples who participate in a diabetes intervention together have less emotional distress than those who participate alone
Severe hypoglycaemia: how does it impact people with type 2 diabetes?
The centre published the first systematic review on the psychological impact of severe hypoglycaemia in adults with type 2 diabetes
How much time does it take to manage type 2 diabetes?
A recent study from Germany offers some interesting insights