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02-21-2019 | Psychosocial care | ATTD 2019 | Article

Expert highlights: Psychology and patient-reported outcomes symposia at ATTD

Kath Barnard talks about why is it important to feature psychologic research and patient-reported outcomes at a diabetes technology conference (1:44).

Addressing suicide risk in diabetes

07-14-2021 | Mental health | Feature | Article

Suicide in diabetes: An important but under-recorded problem

How frequent are suicide deaths in people with diabetes, and can the data be trusted?

07-14-2021 | Mental health | Feature | Article

Risk for suicidal ideation: Who, when, and why?

What makes some people more likely than others to have suicidal thoughts? We outline the risk factors and circumstances that can play a role.

07-14-2021 | Mental health | Feature | Article

Creating a safety net: How doctors can help suicidal patients

Screening, emergency protocols, and person-centered care – just some of the ways healthcare professionals can identify and support people at increased risk for suicide. Click through for more.

Suicide risk in diabetes: Why doctors may hesitate to screen, but should not

ESC Congress 2021 coverage

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