- •Diabetes distress is a normal aspect of living with diabetes and can fluctuate over time.
- •Adolescence and young adulthood can be challenging life periods, and this age group may require extra support.
- •The management of distress needs to be acknowledged and addressed within the mainstream of person-centred, comprehensive youth diabetes care.
Diabetes Distress in Adolescents and Young Adults Living With Type 1 Diabetes
What Exactly Is Diabetes Distress?
What Is Contributing to Diabetes Distress in Adolescents and Young Adults?
Interventions for Diabetes Distress
How Do We Screen for Distress?
Supporting Adolescents and Young Adults in the Diabetes Clinic
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