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Research Round-Up: Issue 68 (June)

Our monthly e-newsletter keeps you up to date with the research activities of the ACBRD and also highlights new behavioural and psychosocial research in diabetes from around the world.

HypoRESOLVE: rethinking the focus in diabetes

Prof Jane Speight joins team of 23 international experts for a major new European study into one of the most common and serious complications of diabetes – hypoglycaemia. 
 
‘The Language of Diabetes: The Good the Bad and the Ugly’ is among Diabetic Medicine’s top 20 most downloaded papers. 
 
Prof Jane Speight discusses the role of this impactful editorial in a growing global movement to improve #LanguageMatters in diabetes. 
 
Local and international events.

The ACBRD team speak at many conferences and seminars to promote the role of psychology in living with diabetes. 
 
Myth Busting for Diabetes: Getting the Facts Straight!

Diabetes Victoria launched its “Bust a Myth” awareness campaign and we joined the conversation.
 
Shining a light on the psychosocial impact of diabetes. 

In this special issue of Diabetic Medicine (June 2018), nine articles are devoted to the psychological, social and behavioural aspects of diabetes management. 
 
Do the words we use really matter to people living with diabetes?

A new US qualitative study has explored whether #LanguageMatters to people living with diabetes. 
 
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The Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes is the first national research centre internationally, dedicated to investigating the behavioural, psychological and social aspects of living with diabetes. The Centre’s focus is improving the quality of life of all people with diabetes and their families. The Centre, established in 2010, is a partnership for better health between Diabetes Victoria and Deakin University 
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