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Psychosocial care

09-22-2022 | EASD 2022 | Conference coverage | News

​​​​​​​Psychologic resilience tied to glycemic control after type 1 diabetes diagnosis

Researchers find psychologic resilience to be predictive of glycated hemoglobin levels in the 3 years after type 1 diabetes diagnosis.

07-25-2022 | Diabetes distress | News

Diabetes distress triggers may vary with type of diabetes

Research indicates that despite a lot of overlap, diabetes distress can arise from different experiences according to whether people have type 1 or type 2 diabetes.

07-11-2022 | Psychosocial care | News

Morning mindset predicts daily glucose fluctuations in young people with diabetes

Researchers have found that the early morning psychosocial state of adolescents and young adults with type 1 diabetes explains a proportion of their daily variance in time in range.

06-06-2022 | ADA 2022 | Conference coverage | News

Women most often have psychosocial consequences of hypoglycemia

Women are more likely than men to experience repercussions of serious or severe hypoglycemia that impact their wellbeing or diabetes management, a study suggests.

06-06-2022 | ADA 2022 | Conference coverage | News

Psychosocial factors predict poor medication adherence in young people with type 2 diabetes

Results from the iCount study show that negative beliefs about medicines, unmet material needs, and poor social support are all predictors of low adherence to treatment for individuals with young-onset type 2 diabetes.

10-01-2021 | EASD 2021 | Conference coverage | News

HARPdoc reduces severe hypoglycemia, boosts mental health in impaired hypoglycemia awareness

The HARPdoc intervention is equivalent to Blood Glucose Awareness Training for reducing severe hypoglycemia in people with impaired awareness, and produces better mental health outcomes, report the trial investigators.

10-01-2021 | EASD 2021 | Conference coverage | News

ADA/EASD publish consensus report on type 1 diabetes management

The newly published ADA/EASD consensus report on the management of type 1 diabetes provides a comprehensive overview of the care required to help people with the condition live a full and healthy life.

09-13-2021 | Psychosocial care | News

Peer support enhances lifestyle intervention benefits for new type 2 diabetes

People with newly detected type 2 diabetes may gain more from a lifestyle intervention if supported by peers who have had the condition for longer, suggest findings from a randomized trial.