FEND Award and Closing Remarks

Kristin de Backer

The Role of the Diabetes Nurse Across Europe – Today and Tomorrow

Anne-Marie Felton

[Poster 12 Oral] Experience of Telephone-based Diabetes Health Coaching

Tharshika Sugumaran Abstract

[Poster 9 Oral] The GestatiOnal Diabetes future DiabEteS prevention Study (GODDESS): a feasibility randomised controlled trial and process evaluation

Judith Parsons Abstract

[Poster 8 Oral] An Online Guided Self-Determination Program to Improve Self-Management in Young Adults with Type 1 Diabetes

Prof Bodil Rasmussen Abstract

[Poster 5 Oral] The experience of women with Type 1 diabetes in relation to personal intimacy and sexual fulfilment: A qualitative study to explore the women’s understanding of sexual dysfunction and how it should be addressed in clinical settings

Rahab Hashim Abstract

[Poster 4 Oral] More trouble than help? – The use of sensors in diabetes care

Prof Marjolein Iversen Abstract

[Poster 3 Oral] More trouble than help? – The use of sensors in diabetes care

Gitte Stenholt Horn Abstract

The Role of the Diabetes Specialist Nurse in the Context of Primary Care in Sweden

Dr Karin Johansson Abstract & biog

The Development of a Self-Management Education Programme for People with Cystic Fibrosis Diabetes

Dr Sarah Collins Abstract & biog

Introducing Genetics into the Diabetes Education Curriculum

Dr Arja Halkoaho Abstract & biog

Diabetes & Pregnancy: Call the Midwife

Yvonne Moloney Abstract & biog

Translational Research and Diabetes

Dr Mary de Groot Abstract & biog

Person Centred Care in Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes

Anita Overes MSc Abstract & biog

Diabetes as a Priority in Primary Care Mental Health

Shona McIntosh Abstract & biog