health professionals from diabetes nsw & act discuss key topics for diabetes management.
Hearing Loss and Diabetes
Chris Brew, Senior Audiologist Connect Hearing discusses Hearing Loss and Diabetes with Angela Blair, Credentialed Diabetes Educator at Diabetes NSW & ACT. Chris and Angela debunk myths and assumptions along the way, discuss how to recognise the signs and symptoms of hearing loss, the impact it can have on a persons life, and how to refer people for a hearing assessment.
National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) support services
Angela Blair, Credentialed Diabetes Educator at Diabetes NSW & ACT talks to Mark Bennet, NDSS helpline team leader about the support services that the NDSS provides.
Understanding Diabetes Tests
Angela Blair and Carolien Koreneff, Credentialed Diabetes Educators at Diabetes NSW & ACT discuss diabetes tests taken when you are diagnosed with diabetes and post your diabetes diagnosis.
Katie Allison, accredited practicing dietitian at Diabetes NSW & ACT and Dr Lisa Robins, clinical physiologist discuss diabulimia - the intentional misuse of insulin for people living with type 1 diabetes for weight control.
Diabetes and Food
Mellissa Hay an accredited practicing dietitian and Kate Gudorf, accredited practicing dietitian and credentialed diabetes educator from Diabetes NSW & ACT discuss diabetes and food. They explore common questions and food myths for people living with diabetes.
Just been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes
Angela Blair, Credentialed Diabetes Educator talks to Sue Ellen who has just been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. They discuss her diagnosis, and answer some of her questions and concerns.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Some great insights, I found the diabetes distress episode really interesting and it offered some good practical advice.
This podcast should be banned
It promotes dangerous and false information about what diabetics should be eating. Anyone promoting bread, fruit, ice cream and adding sugar to food for diabetics has no clue about how diabetes should be managed. Given the speakers claim to be educated about diabetes, their knowledge is woefully insufficient and frankly dangerous.