Published on in Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Jul-Dec

Transitional Needs of Australian Young Adults With Type 1 Diabetes: Mixed Methods Study

Transitional Needs of Australian Young Adults With Type 1 Diabetes: Mixed Methods Study

Transitional Needs of Australian Young Adults With Type 1 Diabetes: Mixed Methods Study

Journals

  1. Ng A, Crowe T, Ball K, Rasmussen B. A mHealth Support Program for Australian Young Adults with Type 1 Diabetes: A Mixed Methods Study. DIGITAL HEALTH 2019;5:205520761988217 View
  2. James S, Perry L, Gallagher R, Lowe J. A discussion of healthcare support for adolescents and young adults with long‐term conditions: Current policy and practice and future opportunities. International Journal of Nursing Practice 2020;26(5) View
  3. Ashrafi S, Taylor D, Tang T. Moving beyond ‘don't ask, don't tell’: Mental health needs of adults with type 1 diabetes in rural and remote regions of British Columbia. Diabetic Medicine 2021;38(5) View
  4. Murfet G, Ostaszkiewicz J, Rasmussen B. Diabetes Capabilities for the Healthcare Workforce Identified via a 3-Staged Modified Delphi Technique. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(2):1012 View
  5. Murfet G, Ng A, Hagger V, Davidson S, Ward G, Fenton B, Rasmussen B. Enhancing the capacity of the health workforce to deliver best practice diabetes care. Australian Health Review 2022;46(4):496 View
  6. Ng A, Pedersen M, Rasmussen B, Rothmann M. Needs of young adults with type 1 diabetes during life transitions – An Australian-Danish experience. Patient Education and Counseling 2022;105(5):1338 View
  7. Tang T, Yip A, Klein G, Moore L, Hessler D, Polonsky W, Fisher L. Training peers to deliver mental health support to adults with type 1 diabetes using the REACHOUT mobile app. Diabetic Medicine 2023 View
  8. Han A, Gingrich J, Yaskina M, Rankin K, San Martin-Feeney D, Mackie A. Just TRAC it! Transitioning Responsibly to Adult Care Using Smart Phone Technology. Journal of Adolescent Health 2023;73(3):561 View
  9. Perry L, Dunbabin J, Xu X, James S, Lowe J, Acharya S, Steinbeck K. Service use and glycaemic control of young people with type 1 diabetes transitioning from paediatric to adult care: a 5‐year study. Internal Medicine Journal 2024 View