The presentation will cover: -The stigma associated with being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes -How stigma works as a barrier to behaviour change -Strategies to improve the care we give to people with type 2 diabetes Watching this presentation and completing the assessment may contribute towards assessable Continuing Professional Development points. About the presenter Dr Jessica Browne has a PhD in health psychology from the University of Wollongong, which focused on preventative health behaviour change. Dr Browne is a research fellow at The Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes (in Melbourne, Victoria), where she has worked since January 2011. She manages and leads numerous studies, including the national Diabetes MILES – Australia survey, a randomised controlled trial evaluation of a community-based type 2 diabetes health service, and a program of research about social stigma in diabetes. Dr Browne has published widely in national and international journals on the psychological and behavioural aspects of living with type 2 diabetes, and every year gives numerous invited lectures to healthcare professionals, researchers, and people with diabetes. You can follow her on Twitter @DrJessicaBrowne. Registration includes • Presentation notes • Multiple-choice questions and answers • Suggested further reading Registration types • Recording: $38 to receive via post a DVD recording of the webinar, and associated documents • Subscription: $33 monthly to receive all Education in Nutrition recordings Register @ www.educationinnutrition.com.au

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