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Is insulin right for me? Resources for people with type 2 diabetes

Prior research

The study team has completed surveys, interviews and trials with people with type 2 diabetes. This has helped the team to better understand what these people think about managing their diabetes and insulin therapy, as well as barriers to making changes to their treatment as recommended by their health professional. Below are some examples of the research articles that members of the study team have published.

Results of this study:

The results of this study may be published in academic journals and diabetes blogs/magazines as well as presented at conferences and seminars for people with type 2 diabetes.

  • Holmes-Truscott E, Holloway E, Furler J, Hagger V, O’Neal D, Skinner T, Speight J. Development, feasibility and efficacy of a web-based intervention to reduce psychological barriers to insulin therapy among adults with type 2 diabetes: study protocol. Australasian Diabetes Congress, Sydney, Australia, September 2019 (poster).

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