National Diabetes Week 2022: diabetes & emotional health

National Diabetes Week 2022

National Diabetes Week 2022 is on from 10 July to 16 July. This year’s awareness week will focus on the emotional health and well-being of people living with diabetes. We will provide further information and materials soon.

In the meantime, we invite you to look at our National Diabetes Week 2021 Campaign on diabetes stigma.

Materials for Credentialled Diabetes Educators

Webinar: Weaving psychology into routine diabetes consultations: why and how

Integration of the emotional aspects of diabetes into routine holistic care is recommended practice, both in Australia and internationally. This webinar explores the evidence supporting these recommendations and provides practical tips about how diabetes educators and other health professionals can integrate the psychological aspects of diabetes into their practice to better support adults living with diabetes.

Diabetes and emotional health A practical guide for health professionals supporting adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes

This practical guide from the NDSS and the Australian Centre of Behavioural Research in Diabetes supports health professionals to identify, address and communicate about emotional health problems during consultations with adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. You can find the resource on the NDSS website.

National Diabetes Week 2022: diabetes & emotional health

National Diabetes Week 2022

National Diabetes Week 2022 is on from 10 July to 16 July. This year’s awareness week will focus on the emotional health and well-being of people living with diabetes. We will provide further information and materials soon.

In the meantime, we invite you to look at our National Diabetes Week 2021 Campaign on diabetes stigma.

Materials for Credentialled Diabetes Educators

Webinar: Weaving psychology into routine diabetes consultations: why and how

Integration of the emotional aspects of diabetes into routine holistic care is recommended practice, both in Australia and internationally. This webinar explores the evidence supporting these recommendations and provides practical tips about how diabetes educators and other health professionals can integrate the psychological aspects of diabetes into their practice to better support adults living with diabetes.

Diabetes and emotional health A practical guide for health professionals supporting adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes

This practical guide from the NDSS and the Australian Centre of Behavioural Research in Diabetes supports health professionals to identify, address and communicate about emotional health problems during consultations with adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. You can find the resource on the NDSS website.