Experiences with diabetes technology are unique to each person with diabetes. What works for someone today may not work tomorrow. How can we assess where a person sits on the seesaw of diabetes technology burden and benefit from day-to-day and decade to decade? We have an answer! This session will share real life stories, a visual tool to guide conversations on benefit/burden and practical tips to support people as they find their best fit with diabetes technology.

Dr. Katharine Barnard-Kelly, PhD, CPsychol, AFBPsS

Professor of Health Psychology

Katharine Barnard-Kelly, Professor of Health Psychology, specializes in the psychosocial impact and management of illness and long-term conditions. Her longstanding research career spans models of healthcare, process evaluation, quality of life, psychosocial impact, psychological burden and their relationship with biomedical outcomes… View Speaker’s Full Bio