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The Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes, a partnership for better health between & University
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Did you check-out the April issue of our Research Round Up? Here it is again in case you missed it. Forward to others who may be interested & encourage them to sign up via our website (). Our next issue will be available on 31 May...
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ACBRD May 21
Hey Jude! We were treated to a very special surprise visit today by one of the youngest members of our family - thanks for bringing Jude to visit & thanks Jude for being so generous with the cuddles 😊🥰
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ACBRD May 16
“Diabetes is emotional. Let’s say it out loud!” A great article by - an easy read too on the commute to / from work today
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ACBRD May 16
Do you have ? Do you take diabetes medication (tablets or injections)? Are you between 18 and 75 years old & able to attend an interview in Melbourne or Geelong? Take part in our new study:
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Craig Bennett May 16
The death of is a cause for much reflection, esp on the cusp of tomorrow’s election. For Australians living with diabetes, it's particularly poignant, as it was during Bob’s period as PM that the NDSS was established in 1987...
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ACBRD May 16
We’re glad to have a stand today at the promoting our research & resources for people living w & the health professionals who support them - come by to say hello to &
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ACBRD May 15
Research shows family (or other social support) can have a positive impact on diabetes outcomes for people with , including improved glycaemic control and mental health. Family matters in diabetes care
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Diabetes Australia May 14
Happy ! For people living w/ families are an important of their journey. Whether they be your parents, siblings, aunties, uncles, cousins, friends, or partners, your family is what you make it. Thank you! 👏
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ACBRD May 13
We want to hear from you! Looking for volunteers with type 2 diabetes in Melbourne/Geelong to provide feedback on a new website about insulin therapy. Taking part involves attending a face-to-face interview:
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Dr Amelia Lake May 13
Thanks - I'm looking forward to sharing learnings from the funded project.
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ACBRD May 13
New study published shows family conflict related to diabetes management has negative impact on blood glucose control in children with type 1 diabetes. During National Families Week , let’s remember how important families are in supporting one another
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NDSS May 12
One way to never lose sight of future eye checks is to register with , Australia’s new diabetes eye check reminder program. Register now at Read our 'Looking after your eyes' fact sheet to find out more.
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ACBRD May 12
Nudging healthy behaviours: Dr & Prof share highlights from the 24th Spring Scientific Meeting of PsychoSocial Aspects of Study Group of the EASD.
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ACBRD May 12
Incidence of insulin-treated diabetes in Australia, Insulin-treated type 2 diabetes incidence - Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
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ACBRD May 12
that females with type 2 diabetes are more likely than males to use insulin to treat their diabetes? A new report from shows that females (registered with ) are 1.6 times more likely than males to use insulin.
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ACBRD May 7
Individualised and emotional support from health care professionals preferred by people with . Read more in a new study in @DiabeticMedicine.
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ACBRD May 6
Building international relationships for the benefit of the Australian community... Check out the blog from our own Dr on her recent academic visit to England, Ireland and Spain
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Craig Bennett May 5
Congratulations to Susan Davidson, who has been appointed as CEO of . Susan has a deep knowledge of both the and so at , we’re looking forward to working closely with Susan and her team from Wednesday 22 May…
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Craig Bennett May 4
Ramadan starts today. acknowledges that for people living with diabetes, fasting during Ramadan can be challenging. If you have any concerns, please make sure you speak with a member of your treating team. For more information, go here:
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Frank Snoek May 4
More evidence that psychological interventions in work. Effectiveness of psychoeducational interventions for the treatment of diabetes-specific emotional distress and glyc…
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