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Effective interventions to improve self-management and outcomes for young adults with type 1 diabetes
By Molly Burne, Professor of Health Psychology at the School of Psychology, National University of Ireland, Galway
In this talk, Molly will present on a programme of research which aims to understand and develop interventions to promote better outcomes among young adults with type 1 diabetes. Young adults are at particularly high risk of clinical complications associated with their diabetes, as they frequently struggle with the demands of self-management at a turbulent time of life.
Molly will present on the development and pilot testing of the D1 Now intervention, which aims to improve self-management among young adults. In addition, she will present on work she has conducted in collaboration with Ingrid Willaing of the Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen.
In this work, the team conducted an international, e-delphi consensus study to identify a 'core outcome set' that key stakeholders consider essential outcomes for intervention research with young adults with type 1 diabetes.
Significantly, all the research which Molly has conducted in this area has adopted a user-centred and stakeholder engagement approach. The D1 Now intervention has been co-produced with young adults with type 1 diabetes. Molly will describe and reflect on the experience of using this approach.
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