Medicine Matters diabetes podcast

Medicine Matters diabetes

Springer Healthcare

Interviews with clinical experts, discussing key issues in diabetes care.

25 episodios

  • Medicine Matters diabetes podcast

    Why psychosocial care matters: Supporting people with diabetes in the pandemic (with Michael Vallis)

    19:02

    Health psychologist Michael Vallis, associate professor of family medicine at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada, discusses the psychosocial impact of the pandemic on people with diabetes, and how healthcare professionals can identify and support those who are struggling. Find more on Medicine Matters diabetes
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    World Diabetes Day 2020: Why nurses make the difference (with Lori Berard and Sharon Tovey)

    14:49

    In recognition of World Diabetes Day 2020 and the WHO “International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife” Sharon Tovey joins Editorial Board member Lori Berard to compare and contrast how nurses are making the difference to people with diabetes in the UK and North America, respectively. Find more on Medicine Matters diabetes
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    EASD 2020: Highlights from the Editorial Board (with Sanjay Kalra, John Wilding and Lori Berard)

    39:06

    Sanjay Kalra, John Wilding and Lori Berard from the Medicine Matters diabetes Editorial Board reflect on their research highlights from this year’s virtual 56th EASD Annual Meeting. Find more on Medicine Matters diabetes
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    Why psychosocial care matters: Disengagement with diabetes (with Bill Polonsky)

    19:07

    In this series of podcasts we are marking the 25th anniversary of the EASD’s Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes Study Group by taking a look at some of the most important and emerging topics within this field. We welcome back Professor Bill Polonsky, from the University of California at San Diego, USA. This time he is addressing disengagement with diabetes – the scale of the problem, why it is so critical yet good data remain so elusive, and what healthcare providers can do to encourage people with diabetes to engage with their disease management. Find more on Medicine Matters diabetes
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    Why psychosocial care matters: Optimal medication taking in diabetes (with Kirsty Winkley)

    24:50

    In this series of podcasts we are marking the 25th anniversary of the EASD’s Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes Study Group by taking a look at some of the most important and emerging topics within this field. For this episode, we are joined by Dr Kirsty Winkley, diabetes nurse and health psychologist from King’s College London, UK, to discuss why people with diabetes can find it so challenging to take medications optimally and consistently, and what healthcare providers can do to help. Find more on Medicine Matters diabetes
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    Why psychosocial care matters: Working with people using diabetes technology (with Thomas Kubiak)

    16:14

    In this series of podcasts we are marking the 25th anniversary of the EASD’s Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes Study Group by taking a look at some of the most important and emerging topics within this field. This episode features Professor Thomas Kubiak, from Johannes Gutenberg University, talking about the psychological considerations necessary for working with people using technology to manage their diabetes. Find more on Medicine Matters diabetes
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    Why psychosocial care matters: The psychological impact of hypoglycemia (with Christel Hendrieckx)

    22:46

    In this series of podcasts we are marking the 25th anniversary of the EASD’s Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes Study Group by taking a look at some of the most important and emerging topics within this field. In this episode, Dr Christel Hendrieckx, from the Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes, at Deakin University in Melbourne, discusses the psychological impact of hypoglycemia in people with diabetes. Find more on Medicine Matters diabetes
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    Why psychosocial care matters: Diabetes distress (with William Polonsky)

    15:48

    In this series of podcasts, we are marking the 25th anniversary of the EASD’s Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes study group by taking a look at some of the most important and emerging topics within this field. This episode features Professor William Polonsky, from the University of California at San Diego, discussing how diabetes distress affects the wellbeing and glucose management of people with diabetes, and what healthcare professionals can do to help. Find more on Medicine Matters diabetes
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    Why psychosocial care matters: The role of the PSAD (with Frank Snoek)

    19:38

    This year is the 25th anniversary of the EASD’s Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes (PSAD) study group. Marking the occasion, the 'Why psychosocial care matters' podcast series will explore important and emerging topics with experts in psychosocial aspects of diabetes. To launch the series, we talk to Professor Frank Snoek, founder and first Chairperson of the study group, about its history and achievements, and the changing profile of psychosocial research in diabetes care. Find more on Medicine Matters diabetes
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    The DiRECT approach to weight loss: Efficacious and pragmatic (with Alison Barnes)

    25:35

    The DiRECT trial ran counter to received wisdom by advocating a very-low-calorie, total-meal-replacement diet as a means not just of weight loss but also of weight maintenance for people with type 2 diabetes. Trial dietitian Alison Barnes (Newcastle University, UK) speaks of her initial skepticism, and describes how the diet worked as a pragmatic way for people with type 2 diabetes to achieve weight loss and maintain it long term. Find more on Medicine Matters diabetes

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