Talking about Diabetes and Wellbeing in General Practice | Black dog Institute

Talking about Diabetes and Wellbeing in General Practice

  • Duration
    3 Hours 
  • Program Outline
    Diabetes is one of the most common conditions managed in general practice. People living with diabetes are more likely to experience psychological distress or symptoms of depression which can adversely impact their overall health outcomes. Assessing and addressing emotional wellbeing in people living with diabetes is now recognised as integral to effective diabetes management.
    This workshop will provide GPs with the practical skills to identify diabetes distress and depression and to formulate responsive management plans best suited to the general practice setting.
  • Accreditation
    • 6 QI&CPD Points, Category 2
    • GPMHSC Mental Health CPD
  • Suitable for


  • Topics Covered
    • Introduction to Diabetes in General Practice
    • Diabetes in Distress
    • Diabetes and Depression
  • Learning Objectives
    • Describe the lived experience of people living with diabetes
    • Recognise and respond to diabetes distress in general practice
    • Identify co-morbid depression in people living with diabetes

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