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Transforming mental well-being for people with diabetes : research recommendations from Diabetes UK's 2019 Diabetes and Mental Well-Being Workshop. / Wylie, T. A.F.; Shah, C.; Connor, R.; Farmer, A. J.; Ismail, K.; Millar, B.; Morris, A.; Reynolds, R. M.; Robertson, E.; Swindell, R.; Warren, E.; Holt, R. I.G.

In: Diabetic Medicine, Vol. 36, No. 12, 01.12.2019, p. 1532-1538.

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Wylie, TAF, Shah, C, Connor, R, Farmer, AJ, Ismail, K, Millar, B, Morris, A, Reynolds, RM, Robertson, E, Swindell, R, Warren, E & Holt, RIG 2019, 'Transforming mental well-being for people with diabetes: research recommendations from Diabetes UK's 2019 Diabetes and Mental Well-Being Workshop', Diabetic Medicine, vol. 36, no. 12, pp. 1532-1538. https://doi.org/10.1111/dme.14048

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Wylie, T. A. F., Shah, C., Connor, R., Farmer, A. J., Ismail, K., Millar, B., ... Holt, R. I. G. (2019). Transforming mental well-being for people with diabetes: research recommendations from Diabetes UK's 2019 Diabetes and Mental Well-Being Workshop. Diabetic Medicine, 36(12), 1532-1538. https://doi.org/10.1111/dme.14048

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Wylie TAF, Shah C, Connor R, Farmer AJ, Ismail K, Millar B et al. Transforming mental well-being for people with diabetes: research recommendations from Diabetes UK's 2019 Diabetes and Mental Well-Being Workshop. Diabetic Medicine. 2019 Dec 1;36(12):1532-1538. https://doi.org/10.1111/dme.14048

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Wylie, T. A.F. ; Shah, C. ; Connor, R. ; Farmer, A. J. ; Ismail, K. ; Millar, B. ; Morris, A. ; Reynolds, R. M. ; Robertson, E. ; Swindell, R. ; Warren, E. ; Holt, R. I.G. / Transforming mental well-being for people with diabetes : research recommendations from Diabetes UK's 2019 Diabetes and Mental Well-Being Workshop. In: Diabetic Medicine. 2019 ; Vol. 36, No. 12. pp. 1532-1538.

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abstract = "Aims: To identify key gaps in the research evidence base that could help to improve the mental well-being of people with diabetes, and to provide recommendations to researchers and research funders on how best to address them. Methods: A 2-day international research workshop was conducted, bringing together research experts in diabetes and in mental health, people living with diabetes and healthcare professionals. Results: The following key areas needing increased financial investment in research were identified: understanding the mechanisms underlying depression; understanding the multifactorial impact of social stigma; improving the language used by healthcare professionals; supporting people who find it difficult to engage with their diabetes; supporting significant others; supporting people with diabetes and eating disorders; improving models of care by learning from best practice; the potential benefits of screening and managing diabetes distress in routine diabetes care pathways; primary prevention of mental health issues at the time of diagnosis of diabetes; establishing the effectiveness of diabetes therapies on mood and other mental health issues; and understanding the impact of current diabetes technologies on mental health. Research recommendations as to how to address each of these priority areas were also developed. Conclusions: This inaugural position statement outlines recommendations to address the urgent unmet need related to the mental well-being of people living with diabetes, and calls on the research community and funders to develop research programmes and strategies to reduce this need.",
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