Read About T1D Exchange Studies Featured at the 2019 AADE Meeting

Read About T1D Exchange Studies Featured at the 2019 AADE Meeting

T1D Exchange researchers shared research data from multiple studies at the 2019 annual meeting of the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE), held from August 9th to August 12th in Houston, Texas.

Below, you can find links to four articles about the research shared at the conference:

Connection Suggested Between How Quickly People with Type 1 Diabetes Treat High Blood Sugars and Their Anxiety Levels

The study is part of a growing body of research pointing to the need for emotional and psychological support in blood sugar management.

Health Care Providers Tout Benefits of CGM Use at AADE Meeting 

Presenters, including members of the T1D Exchange Quality Improvement Collaborative, discuss ways to raise awareness of the upside of CGM use among the patient population.

Nearly 30 Percent of Teens with Type 1 Diabetes Had Symptoms of Depression: Study

The large study of over 1,400 teens with type 1 diabetes also provides evidence suggesting a strong connection between depressive symptoms and problems in blood sugar management.

Type 1 Diabetes Focus Group Participants Often Mention Lost Sleep, Diabetes Distress

The research, conducted by T1D Exchange Patient-Centered Research, points to the need for greater psychological and emotional support for people with type 1 diabetes.

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