In addition to the prolific publication of psychosocial and behavioural diabetes research led by our members, the PSAD Group has published several papers:

A PSAD Group response to the consensus report on the definition and interpretation of remission in type 2 diabetes: a psychosocial perspective is needed

Speight J, Skinner TC, Huber JW, Lake AJ, Messina R, Mocan A, Nefs G, Newson L, Povey R, Vallis M, Willaing I. Diabetologia. 2022 Feb;65(2):406-8.

Correspondence: Data on diabetes-specific distress are needed to improve the quality of diabetes care

Speight J, Hermanns N, Ehrmann D,  on behalf of the PsychoSocial Aspects of Diabetes Study Group of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes. The Lancet. 2021 Jun 5;397(10290):2149.

Diabetic Medicine, Special issue to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes Study Group

Volume 37, Number 3; March 2020

This special issue includes 14 papers providing a summary of advancements in the field of behavioural and psychosocial diabetes research since study group inception:

How psychosocial and behavioural research has shaped our understanding of diabetes, A. Nouwen, J. Speight, F. Pouwer, R. I. G. Holt

Looking back on 25 years of the PSAD study group, F.J. Snoek

How 25 years of psychosocial research has contributed to a better understanding of the links between depression and diabetes, F. Pouwer, M.T. Schram, M.M. Iversen, A. Nouwen, R.I.G. Holt

Twenty-five years of diabetes distress research, T. Skinner

25 Years of psychological research investigating disordered eating in people with diabetes: what have we learnt?, M.M. Broadley, N. Zaremba, B. Andrew, K. Ismail, J. Treasure, M.J. White, M. Stadler

How has psycho-behavioural research advanced our understanding of hypoglycaemia in type 1 diabetes?, C. Hendrieckx, L. Gonder, Frederick, S.R. Heller, F.J. Snoek, J. Speight

Sweet dreams or bitter nightmare: a narrative review of 25 years of research on the role of sleep in diabetes and the contributions of behavioural science, G.M. Nefs, E. Bazelmans, E. Donga, C.J. Tack, B.E. de Galan

Psychosocial aspects and contributions of behavioural science to medication-taking for adults with type 2 diabetes, K. Winkley, R. Upsher, W.H. Polonsky, E. Holmes-Truscott

Trends in diabetes self-management education: where are we coming from and where are we going? A narrative review, N. Hermanns, D. Ehrmann, K. Finke-Groene, B. Kulzer

Psychosocial aspects of diabetes technology, T. Kubiak, L. Priesterroth, K.D. Barnard-Kelly

Behaviour change in diabetes: behavioural science advancements to support the use of theory,  J. McSharry, M. Byrne, B. Casey, S.F. Dinneen, M. Fredrix, L. Hynes, A.J. Lake, E. Morrissey

Motivation: key to a healthy lifestyle in people with diabetes? Current and emerging knowledge and applications, J. Lakerveld, A.L. Palmeira, E. van Duinkerken, V. Whitelock, M. Peyrot, A. Nouwen

State of the art: understanding and integration of the social context in diabetes care, M. de Wit, P.M. Trief, J.W. Huber, I. Willaing

Assessing the impact of diabetes on quality of life: what have the past 25 years taught us? J. Speight, E. Holmes -Truscott, C. Hendrieckx, S. Skovlund, D. Cooke

Living with diabetes: literature review and secondary analysis of qualitative data, H. Stuckey, M. Peyrot

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