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Prof Jane Speight

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Position

Chair, Behavioural And Social Research In Diabetes

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Psychology

Campus

Geelong Waterfront Campus

Qualifications

Bachelor of Science, Brunel University, 1993
Master of Science, Middlesex University, 1995
Doctor of Philosophy, , 2003

Biography summary

Jane has a PhD in health psychology from Royal Holloway University of London. She is a chartered psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.

Career highlights

Jane's leadership roles include being the Lead for the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) national development program ‘mental health and diabetes’ and lead author of the Diabetes Australia position statement ‘A new language for diabetes’.

Jane's research translation achievements include being a founding member of the DAFNE (‘dose adjustment for normal eating’) education program, which has trained more than 30,000 adults with type 1 diabetes in the UK since 2001, more than 2000 in Australia/New Zealand since 2005, and is also available in Kuwait and Singapore.

Jane is author of 60+ peer-reviewed journal publications and book chapters, more than 100 conference presentations. Over the past decade, she has been an investigator on research attracting funds of $11.3million, with over $8.2million achieved since 2010.

Research interests

Jane has a well-established portfolio of research in behavioural, psychological and social aspects of diabetes and is widely regarded as one of the leading psychologists specialising in diabetes in the UK and Australia. Her principle research interests focus broadly on improving the quality of life of people with diabetes and optimising their self-care. Her research interests include:

- evaluating and enhancing provision of structured diabetes education

- restoring impaired awareness of hypoglycaemia and preventing recurrent severe hypoglycaemia

- expectations, experiences and optimisation of new diabetes treatments and technologies

- the experience of social stigma related to diabetes

- monitoring and reducing diabetes-related distress

- investigating the needs of specific populations, e.g. young adults with type 2 diabetes, adolescents with type 1 diabetes, women with diabetes planning and during pregnancy.

Jane is widely regarded as an authority on the development, use and interpretation of measures of psychological processes and outcomes in diabetes, also known as patient-reported outcomes (PROs). She also has interests in other long-term conditions, such as restless legs syndrome, polycystic ovary syndrome and hereditary angioedema.
 

Affiliations

Jane is a member of the following professional organisations:

American Diabetes Association (ADA)

Australian Diabetes Society (ADS)

British Psychological Society (BPS); Associate Fellow since 2004

BPS Division of Health Psychology (DHP)

Diabetes UK

International Diabetes Federation

PsychoSocial Aspects of Diabetes (PSAD) Study Group of European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD); Honorary Treasurer 2001-2004

Royal Society of Medicine; Fellow since 2006

Conferences

Recent peer-reviewed conference presentations include:

Hendrieckx C, Speight J, Poole LA, Sharifi A, Loh M, Horsburgh JC, Trawley S, Jenkins AJ, Kumareswaran K, MacIsaac RJ, Ward GM, Colman PG, Bach LA, Kyoong A, Kurtz N, Grosman B, Roy A, O’Neal DN (2015) “It is definitely a game changer”: closed loop technology in the home experienced by adults with type 1 diabetes. American Diabetes Association 75th Scientific Sessions, Boston, 5-9 June. (poster)

Little S, Leelarathna L, Walkinshaw E, Tan HK, Chapple O, Solomon A, Chadwick T, Brennand C, Marshall S, Speight J, Flanagan D, Heller S, Evans M, Kerr D, Shaw JAM (2015) Restoration of hypoglycemia awareness and prevention of recurrent severe hypoglycemia in long-standing type 1 diabetes: sustained benefit and improved overall glycemic control over 2 years following recruitment into the HypoCOMPaSS multicenter RCT. American Diabetes Association 75th Scientific Sessions, Boston, 5-9 June.

Sharifi A, De Bock M, Loh M, Horsburgh J, Jenkins A, Kumareswaran K, Speight J, Hendrieckx C, MacIsaac R, Ward G, Colman P, Bach L, Kyoong A, Kurtz N, Grosman B, Roy A, Jones T, O’Neal D (2015) Impact of overnight home closed-loop (CL) insulin delivery on glycaemia and counter-regulatory hormones in people with type 1 diabetes compared to sensor augmented pump therapy (SAP) with low glucose suspend (LGS). American Diabetes Association 75th Scientific Sessions, Boston, 5-9 June.

Ventura AD, Newton-John T, Mosely K, Browne JL, Speight J (2015) Social support and social control in type 2 diabetes: an interview study. American Diabetes Association 75th Scientific Sessions, Boston, 5-9 June.

Speight J, Singh H, Little SA, Flanagan D, Kerr D, Evans ML, Heller SR, Shaw JAM (2015) Associations with hyperglycaemia avoidance among adults with long-standing type 1 diabetes and impaired awareness of hypoglycaemia: baseline characteristics from the HypoCOMPaSS Study. Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference, London, 11-13 March.

Tan HK, Little SA, Leelarathna L, Walkinshaw E, Lubina-Solomon A, Kerr D, Heller S, Evans ML, Shaw JAM, Flanagan D, Speight J (2015) Hypoglycaemia avoidance training improves glucose variability in Type 1 diabetes (HypoCOMPaSS Study). Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference, London, 11-13 March.

Professional activities

Jane is a peer-reviewer for numerous journals including: Australian Journal of Primary Care, British Journal of Health Psychology, BMJ, BMJ Open, Diabetes Care, Diabetic Medicine, Health & Quality of Life Outcomes (HQLO), Journal of Diabetes Investigation, The Patient, Pediatric Diabetes, PharmacoEconomics, Psychology Health and Medicine, Quality of Life Research, Value in Health

Jane is a peer-reviewer of grant applications for various funding bodies, including: UK Dept of Health NCC RCD, Diabetes Australia Research Trust (DART), Diabetes UK, Health Research Board (Ireland), National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) UK, National Health & Medical Research Council (NHMRC)

Jane is a member of the Accu-Chek Advisory Board, Roche Diagnostics Australia (since January 2011). She is a member of the Specialist Knowledge List of British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Health Psychology (DHP) for diabetes, hereditary angioedema (HAE), polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and restless legs syndrome (RLS), providing expertise in response to calls for consultation by organisation such as NICE and the DoH (2007 onwards).

Research groups

Jane is Foundation Director of The Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes, a partnership for better health between Diabetes Victoria and Deakin University.

She is a member of Deakin University's Strategic Research Centre for Social and Early Emotional Development.

Awards

2014 Council of Academic Public Health Institutions of Australia – Inaugural Team Award for Excellence and Innovation in Public Health Research

2014 Finalist in the Victorian Public Healthcare Awards, Excellence in Supporting Self-Managed Healthcare, Finalist for ‘OzDAFNE: a structured self-management program improving biomedical and psychological outcomes for adults with type 1 diabetes’

2013 Deakin University Vice Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Partnerships

2012 First prize for clinical research at the Australia and New Zealand Obesity Society (ANZOS) conference: Dixon J, Browne JL, Reddy P, Pouwer F, Speight J (2012) Severely obese people with type 2 diabetes experience impaired emotional well-being and socioeconomic disadvantage: Results from Diabetes MILES: Australia.

2001 & 2002 Invited to present research at the SET (Science, Engineering and Technology) for Britain: Reception for Younger Scientists held at the Palace of Westminster, London
 

Projects

Jane is an investigator on several research projects and programs, including national and international studies:

- DESMOND Self Monitoring Study: evaluating selfmonitoring
of blood glucose embedded in structured education for type 2 diabetes (Funding: Diabetes UK grant)

- Diabetes MILES (Management and Impact for Longterm Empowerment and Success) Study, and Diabetes MILES Youth Study (Funding: National Diabetes Services Scheme; NDSS)

- Diabetes MILES-2 (Sanofi)

- Dose Adjustment For Normal Eating (DAFNE) research program, developing and evaluating structured type 1 diabetes education for adults; and OzDAFNE program (Funding:Diabetes UK and NIHR)

- Hypo COMPaSS trial: an RCT using optimized technology to prevent recurrent severe hypoglycaemia (Funding: Diabetes UK)

- Metabolic control with overnight 'closed loop' in the ambulatory setting in people with type 1 diabetes (Funding: JDRF International)

- National Development Program for Mental Health and Diabetes (Funding: NDSS)

- Prevention of Severe Hypoglycaemia: an online training program for people with type 1 diabetes (Funding: The Ian Potter Foundation)    

- Social stigma in diabetes (Funding: Diabetes Australia Research Program)

- Stepping Up cluster-randomised controlled trial of an intervention to support primary care professionals to conduct timely and evidence-based review of the management of type 2 diabetes (Funding: NHMRC project grant)

- TEAM T1: national rollout and evaluation of ‘teens empowered to actively manage type 1 diabetes’ (Funding: DOHA)

- TLC Diabetes: implementation trial of ‘telephone linked care’ for adults with type 2 diabetes (Funding: NHMRC partnership grant)

- UK Islet Transplantation Consortium (UKITC) research program (Funding: Diabetes UK)

- Centre for Research Excellence in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (Funding: NHMRC CRE)

Publications

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2016

Subjective wellbeing among adults with diabetes : results from Diabetes MILES—Australia

Ms Liz Holmes-Truscott, Dr Jessica Browne, Frans Pouwer, Prof Jane Speight, Prof Robert Cummins

(2016), Vol. 17, pp. 1205-1217, Journal of Happiness Studies, Dodrecht, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Structured type 1 diabetes education delivered in routine care in Australia reduces diabetes-related emergencies and severe diabetes-related distress: the OzDAFNE program

Prof Jane Speight, Ms Liz Holmes-Truscott, Dianne Harvey, Dr Christel Hendrieckx, Mrs Virginia Hagger, Susan Harris, Brigid Knight, Harold McIntyre

(2016), Vol. 112, pp. 65-72, Diabetes research and clinical practice, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Explaining psychological insulin resistance in adults with non-insulin-treated type 2 diabetes: the roles of diabetes distress and current medication concerns. Results from diabetes MILES-Australia.

Ms Liz Holmes-Truscott, T. C. Skinner, F. Pouwer, Prof Jane Speight

(2016), Vol. 10, pp. 75-82, Primary care diabetes, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Does self-efficacy mediate the cross-sectional relationship between perceived quality of health care and self-management of diabetes? Results from Diabetes MILES - Australia

Hannah Tregea, Prof Christina Lee, Dr Jessica Browne, Frans Pouwer, Prof Jane Speight

(2016), Vol. 31, pp. 1-25, Psychological health, London, Eng., C1

journal

Characterizing problematic hypoglycaemia : iterative design and preliminary psychometric validation of the Hypoglycaemia Awareness Questionnaire (HypoA-Q)

Prof Jane Speight, Shalleen M Barendse, H Singh, Stuart Little, B Inkster, Brian M. Frier, Simon R Heller, M. K. Rutter, JAM Shaw

(2016), Vol. 33, pp. 376-385, Diabetic medicine, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal

'Are you sure you're going to have another one of those?': a qualitative analysis of the social control and social support models in type 2 diabetes

Toby R O Newton-John, Dr Adriana Ventura, Dr Kylie Mosely, Dr Jessica Browne, Prof Jane Speight

(2016), pp. 1-11, Journal of health psychology, London, Eng., C1

journal
2015

Depression, anxiety and self-care behaviours of young adults with Type 2 diabetes: results from the International Diabetes Management and Impact for Long-term Empowerment and Success (MILES) Study.

Dr Jessica Browne, Giesje Nefs, Francs Pouwer, Prof Jane Speight

(2015), Vol. 32, pp. 133-140, Diabetic medicine, London, Eng., C1

journal

Type D personality, suboptimal health behaviors and emotional distress in adults with diabetes: Results from Diabetes MILES-The Netherlands.

Giesje Nefs, Prof Jane Speight, Frans Pouwer, Victor Pop, Mariska Bot, J Denollet

(2015), Vol. 108, pp. 94-105, Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, Ireland, C1

journal

The association between mindfulness and emotional distress in adults with diabetes: could mindfulness serve as a buffer? Results from Diabetes MILES: the Netherlands

Jenny van Son, Ivan Nyklicek, Giesje Nefs, Prof Jane Speight, Victor Pop, Francois Pouwer

(2015), Vol. 38, pp. 251-260, Journal of behavioral medicine, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal

The association between types of eating behaviour and dispositional mindfulness in adults with diabetes. Results from Diabetes MILES. The Netherlands.

Sanne Tak, Dr Christel Hendrieckx, Giesje Nefs, Ivan Nyklicek, Prof Jane Speight, Francois Pouwer

(2015), Vol. 87, pp. 288-295, Appetite, London, Eng., C1

journal

Negative appraisals of insulin therapy are common among adults with Type 2 diabetes using insulin: results from diabetes MILES - Australia cross-sectional survey

Ms Liz Holmes-Truscott, Prof Timothy C Skinner, Francois Pouwer, Prof Jane Speight

(2015), Vol. 32, pp. 1297-1303, Diabet Med, London, Eng., C1

journal

Fear of hypoglycaemia in adults with Type 1 diabetes: results from Diabetes MILES - The Netherlands

Giesje Nefs, S Bevelander, Dr Christel Hendrieckx, Mariska Bot, J Ruige, Prof Jane Speight, Francois Pouwer

(2015), pp. n/a-n/a, Diabetic Medicine, , C1

journal

Self-monitoring of blood glucose versus self-monitoring of urine glucose in adults with newly diagnosed Type 2 diabetes receiving structured education: a cluster randomized controlled trial.

H Dallosso, D Bodicoat, M. K. Campbell, M.E. Carey, M.J. Davies, H Eborall, M Hadjiconstantinou, K Khunti, Prof Jane Speight, Simon R Heller

(2015), Vol. 32, pp. 414-422, Diabetic Medicine, England, C1

journal

Intensifying insulin regimen after basal insulin optimization in adults with type 2 diabetes: a 24-week, randomized, open-label trial comparing insulin glargine plus insulin glulisine with biphasic insulin aspart (LanScape)

J Vora, N Cohen, M Evans, A Hockey, Prof Jane Speight, C Whately-Smith

(2015), Vol. 17, pp. 1133-1141, Diabetes, obesity and metabolism, London, Eng., C1

journal

Subjective sleep impairment in adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes: results from Diabetes MILES - the Netherlands

Giesje Nefs, Esther Donga, Eus van Someren, Mariska Bot, Prof Jane Speight, Francois Pouwer

(2015), Vol. 109, pp. 466-475, Diabetes research and clinical practice, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Explaining engagement in self-monitoring among participants of the DESMOND self-monitoring trial: a qualitative interview study

Helen Eborall, Helen Dallosso, Sarah McNicol, Prof Jane Speight, Prof Kamlesh Khunti, Melanie Davies, Simon R Heller

(2015), Vol. 32, pp. 596-602, Family practice, Oxford, Eng., C1

journal
2014

Severe hypoglycaemia and its association with psychological well-being in Australian adults with type 1 diabetes attending specialist tertiary clinics

Dr Christel Hendrieckx, Ms Jennifer Halliday, J P Bowden, Prof Peter Colman, N. D. Cohen, A/Prof Alicia Jenkins, Prof Jane Speight

(2014), Vol. 103, pp. 430-436, Diabetes research and clinical practice, Shannon, Ireland, C1

journal

Can primary care team-based transition to insulin improve outcomes in adults with type 2 diabetes: the stepping up to insulin cluster randomized controlled trial protocol

Dr John Furler, Prof Doris Young, Prof James Best, Elizabeth Patterson, David O`Neil, Danny Liew, Prof Jane Speight, Leonie Segal, Carl May, Jo-Anne Manski-Nankervis, Ms Liz Holmes-Truscott, Louise Ginnivan, Irene Blackberry

(2014), Vol. 9, pp. 1-8, Implementation Science, London, England, C1

journal

Associations between economic hardship and markers of self-management in adults with type 2 diabetes: results from Diabetes MILES - Australia

Adrienne ONeil, Emily D. Williams, Dr Jessica Browne, Rob Horne, Frans Pouwer, Prof Jane Speight

(2014), Vol. 38, pp. 466-472, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

Substantial reductions in the number of diabetic ketoacidosis and severe hypoglycaemia episodes requiring emergency treatment lead to reduced costs after structured education in adults with Type 1 diabetes

J. Elliott, R Jacques, J kruger, M. K. Campbell, Stephanie Amiel, Peter Mansell, Prof Jane Speight, A Brennan, Simon R Heller

(2014), Vol. 31, pp. 847-853, Diabetic medicine, Chichester, England, C1

journal

Severe hypoglycaemia in type 1 diabetes mellitus: underlying drivers and potential strategies for successful prevention

S. Little, Lalantha Leelarathna, Shalleen M Barendse, Emma Walkinshaw, Horngkai Tan, A Lubina Solomon, N de Zoysa, h rogers, Pratik Choudhary, Stephanie Amiel, Simon R Heller, M. Evans, D. Flanagan, Prof Jane Speight, JAM Shaw

(2014), Vol. 30, pp. 175-190, Diabetes/metabolism research and reviews, Chichester, England, C1

journal

'I'm not a druggie, I'm just a diabetic': a qualitative study of stigma from the perspective of adults with type 1 diabetes

Dr Jessica Browne, Miss Adriana Ventura, Dr Kylie Mosely, Prof Jane Speight

(2014), Vol. 4, pp. 1-10, BMJ Open, London, England, C1

journal

Further investigation of the psychometric properties of the Insulin Treatment Appraisal Scale among insulin-using and non-insulin-using adults with type 2 diabetes : results from Diabetes MILES-Australia

Ms Liz Holmes-Truscott, Frans Pouwer, Prof Jane Speight

(2014), Vol. 12, pp. 1-9, Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, London, Eng., C1

journal

Self-reported access to and quality of healthcare for diabetes : Do the severely obese experience equal access?

Dr John Dixon, Dr Jessica Browne, Toni L Rice, Kay Jones, Frans Pouwer, Prof Jane Speight

(2014), Vol. 43, pp. 552-556, Australian Family Physician, East Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

Recovery of hypoglycemia awareness in long-standing type 1 diabetes: a multicenter 2 × 2 factorial randomized controlled trial comparing insulin pump with multiple daily injections and continuous with conventional glucose self-monitoring (HypoCOMPaSS)

Stuart Little, Lalantha Leelarathna, Emma Walkinshaw, Horng Kai Tan, Olivia Chapple, Alexandra Lubina-Solomon, Thomas Chadwick, Shalleen M Barendse, Deborah Stocken, Catherine Brennand, Sally M. Marshall, Ruth Wood, Prof Jane Speight, David Kerr, Daniel Flanagan, Simon R Heller, Mark Evans, James A.M. Shaw

(2014), Vol. 37, pp. 2114-2122, Diabetes care, Alexandria, Va., C1

journal

Cognitive, behavioural and psychological barriers to the prevention of severe hypoglycaemia: A qualitative study of adults with type 1 diabetes

Prof Jane Speight, Shalleen M Barendse, Harsimran Singh, Stuart Little, Martin Rutter, Simon R Heller, James A.M. Shaw

(2014), Vol. 2, pp. -, SAGE Open Medicine, , C1-1

journal

Can Awareness of Actual Risk of Complications Improve Outcomes in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes? Findings of a Pilot Study

Prof Timothy C Skinner, Melissa Barrett, Charlie Greenfield, Prof Jane Speight

(2014), Vol. 03, pp. -, Nursing and Care, , C1-1

journal
2013

Social stigma in diabetes : a framework to understand a growing problem for an increasing epidemic

J. Schabert, Dr Jessica Browne, Dr Kylie Mosely, Prof Jane Speight

(2013), Vol. 6, pp. 1-10, Patient : patient-centered outcomes research, Auckland, N. Z., C1

journal

Linguistic and psychometric validation of the diabetes-specific quality-of-life scale in U. K. english for adults with type 1 diabetes

Debbie Cooke, Mary Clare O\'Hara, Naomi Beinart, Simon R Heller, Roberto La Marca, Molly Byrne, Peter Mansell, Sean F. Dinneen, Marie Clark, Rod Bond, Prof Jane Speight

(2013), Vol. 36, pp. 1117-1125, Diabetes care, Alexandria, Va., C1

journal

Challenging evidence and assumptions : is there a role for self-monitoring of blood glucose in people with type 2 diabetes not using insulin?

Prof Jane Speight, Dr Jessica Browne, Dr John Furler

(2013), Vol. 29, pp. 161-168, Current Medical Research & Opinion, London, England, C1

journal

The needs, concerns and characteristics of younger Australian adults with Type 2 diabetes

Dr Jessica Browne, Renza Scibilia, Prof Jane Speight

(2013), Vol. 30, pp. 620-626, Diabetic Medicine, Chichester, England, C1

journal

Assessing the impact of diabetes on the quality of life of older adults living in a care home : validation of the ADDQoL senior

Prof Jane Speight, Prof Andrew Sinclair, Dr Jessica Browne, Alison J Woodcock, c bradley

(2013), Vol. 30, pp. 74-80, Diabetic Medicine, Chichester, England, C1

journal

The cost-effectiveness of the Dose Adjustment for Normal Eating (DAFNE) structured education programme: an update using the Sheffield Type 1 Diabetes policy model

J kruger, A Brennan, P Thokala, H Basarir, R Jacques, J. Elliott, Simon R Heller, Prof Jane Speight

(2013), Vol. 30, pp. 1236-1244, Diabetic medicine, Chichester, England, C1

journal

Psychometric validation of the Self-Care Inventory-Revised (SCI-R) in UK adults with type 2 diabetes using data from the AT.LANTUS follow-on study.

l Khagram, Colin Martin, M.J. Davies, Prof Jane Speight

(2013), Vol. 11, pp. 1-9, Health and quality of life outcomes, London, England, C1

journal

Feedback of personal retinal images appears to have a motivational impact in people with non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy and suboptimal HbA1c: findings of a pilot study

Dr Gwyn Rees, Mr Ecosse Lamoureux, T E Nicolaou, L A B Hodgson, J Weinman, Prof Jane Speight

(2013), Vol. 30, pp. 1122-1125, Diabetic medicine, Chichester, England, C1

journal

Diabetes care provision: barriers, enablers and service needs of young adults with Type 1 diabetes from a region of social disadvantage

K J Kibbey, Prof Jane Speight, J. L. A. Wong, Miss Laura Smith, Helena J. Teede

(2013), Vol. 30, pp. 878-884, Diabetic medicine, Chichester, England, C1

journal

Structured Type 1 Diabetes education delivered within routine care: impact on glycemic control and diabetes-specific quality of life

Debbie Cooke, Rod Bond, Julia Lawton, David Rankin, Simon R Heller, Marie Clark, Prof Jane Speight

(2013), Vol. 36, pp. 270-272, Diabetes care, Alexandria, Virginia, C1

journal

Severely obese people with diabetes experience impaired emotional well-being associated with socioeconomic disadvantage: results from diabetes MILES – Australia

Dr John Dixon, Dr Jessica Browne, Dr Gavin Lambert, Kay Jones, Dr Prasuna Reddy, Francs Pouwer, Prof Jane Speight

(2013), Vol. 101, pp. 131-140, Diabetes research and clinical practice, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

The challenges and future considerations regarding pregnancy-related outcomes in women with pre-existing diabetes

H Singh, H Murphy, Dr Christel Hendrieckx, L Ritterbrand, Prof Jane Speight

(2013), Vol. 13, pp. 869-876, Current diabetes reports, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, C1

journal

“I call it the blame and shame disease”: a qualitative study about perceptions of social stigma surrounding type 2 diabetes

Dr Jessica Browne, Miss Adriana Ventura, Dr Kylie Mosely, Prof Jane Speight

(2013), Vol. 3, pp. 1-10, BMJ Open, London, England, C1-1

journal

Severe obesity and diabetes self-care attitudes, behaviours and burden: implications for weight management from a matched case-controlled study.

Dr John Dixon, Dr Jessica Browne, Dr Kylie Mosely, Toni L Rice, Kay Jones, Francs Pouwer, Prof Jane Speight

(2013), Vol. 31, pp. 232-240, Diabetic medicine, Chichester, England, C1-1

journal

Does the shortage of diabetes specialists in regional and rural Australia matter? Results from Diabetes MILES – Australia

Prof Timothy C Skinner, Penny Allen, Elizabeth Peach, Dr Jessica Browne, Frans Power, Prof Jane Speight, Prof James Dunbar

(2013), Vol. 100, pp. 222-229, Diabetes research and clinical practice, Amsterdam, Neverlands, C1

journal

Assessing the impact of diabetes on the quality of life of older adults living in a care home: validation of the ADDQoL senior

Prof Jane Speight, Alan Sinclair, Dr Jessica Browne, Alison J Woodcock, Clare Bradley

(2013), Vol. 30, pp. 74-80, Diabetic medicine, Chichester, England, C1-1

journal

Restoration of self-awareness of hypoglycemia in adults with long-standing type 1 diabetes: hyperinsulinemic-hypoglycemic clamp substudy results from the HypoCOMPaSS trial.

Lalantha Leelarathna, Stuart Little, Emma Walkinshaw, Horngkai Tan, Alexandra Lubina-Solomon, Kavita Kumareswaran, Annette Lane, Thomas Chadwick, Sally M. Marshall, Prof Jane Speight, Daniel Flanagan, Simon R Heller, James A.M. Shaw, Mark Evans

(2013), Vol. 36, pp. 4063-4070, Diabetes Care, United States, C1-1

journal

Psychometric methods for patient-reported outcomes (PRO) measurement

I-Chan Huang, Prof Jane Speight

(2013), pp. 151-171, Reliability and validity of date sources for outcomes research and disease and health management programs, Lawrenceville, N.J., B1-1

chapter
2012

Diabetes MILES - Australia (Management and Impact for Long-Term Empowerment and Success) : methods and sample characteristics of a national survey of the psychological aspects of living with type 1 or type 2 diabetes in Australian adults

Prof Jane Speight, Dr Jessica Browne, Ms Liz Holmes-Truscott, Dr Christel Hendrieckx, Francs Pouwer

(2012), Vol. 12, pp. 1-24, BMC public health, London, U. K., C1

journal

The impact of hypoglycaemia on quality of life and related patient-reported outcomes in Type 2 diabetes : a narrative review

Shalleen M Barendse, H Singh, B. M. Frier, Prof Jane Speight

(2012), Vol. 29, pp. 293-302, Diabetic medicine, Chichester, England, C1

journal

The journey of the person with diabetes

Prof Jane Speight, Harsimran Singh

(2012), pp. 12-27, Diabetes care education : art, science and evidence, London, England, B1

chapter

Content validity of visual analog scales to assess symptom severity of acute angioedema attacks in adults with hereditary angioedema : an interview study

C. V. McMillan, Prof Jane Speight, Anurag Relan, Luca Bellizzi, Gerald Haase, Marco Cicardi

(2012), Vol. 5, pp. 113-126, Patient, Auckland, N. Z., C1

journal

Does self monitoring of blood blucose as opposed to urinalysis provide additional benefit in patients newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes receiving structured education? The DESMOND SMBG randomised controlled trial protocol

H Dallosso, H Eborall, H Daly, L Martin-Stacey, Prof Jane Speight, K Realf, M.E. Carey, Michael J. Campbell, Simon Dixon, K Khunti, M.J. Davies, Simon R Heller

(2012), Vol. 13, pp. 1-9, BMC family practice, London, England, C1

journal

Patient-reported outcomes in trials of incretin-based therapies in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus

M.J. Davies, Prof Jane Speight

(2012), Vol. 14, pp. 882-892, Diabetes, obesity and metabolism, Oxford, England, C1

journal

Generic and diabetes-specific well-being in the AT.LANTUS follow-on study : further psychometric validation of the W-BQ28 indicates its utility in research and clinical practice in type 2 diabetes in the UK

Prof Jane Speight, l Khagram, M.J. Davies

(2012), Vol. 29, pp. e345-e353, Diabetic medicine, Chichester, England, C1-1

journal

Comparison of optimised MDI versus pumps with or without sensors in severe hypoglycaemia (the Hypo COMPaSS trial)

S. Little, Thomas Chadwick, Pratik Choudhary, Cath Brennand, Julia Stickland, Shalleen M Barendse, Toululope Olateju, Lalantha Leelarathna, Emma Walkinshaw, K. Tan Horng, Sally M. Marshall, Reena M. Thomas, Simon R Heller, M. Evans, D. Kerr, D. Flanagan, Prof Jane Speight, JAM Shaw

(2012), Vol. 12, pp. 1-14, BMC endocrine disorders, London, England, C1

journal

Diabetes MILES – The Netherlands: rationale, design and sample characteristics of a national survey examining the psychosocial aspects of living with diabetes in Dutch adults

Giesje Nefs, Mariska Bot, Dr Jessica Browne, Prof Jane Speight, Francs Pouwer

(2012), Vol. 12, pp. 1-11, BMC public health, London, England, C1

journal

Diabetes Australia position statement. A new language for diabetes : improving communications with and about people with diabetes

Prof Jane Speight, J Conn, Prof Trisha Dunning, Prof Timothy C Skinner

(2012), Vol. 97, pp. 425-431, Diabetes research and clinical practice, Shannon, Ireland, C1-1

journal
2011

The FDA's guidance on patient-reported outcomes raising the stakes or improving the odds?

Prof Jane Speight, Shalleen M Barendse

(2011), Vol. 20, pp. 44-51, Applied clinical trials, Cleveland, Ohio, C1-1

journal
2010

Overcoming barriers to diabetes care : perceived communication issues of healthcare professionals attending a pilot Diabetes UK training programme

Dr Kylie Mosely, Aysha Aslam, Prof Jane Speight

(2010), Vol. 87, pp. 11-14, Diabetes research and clinical practice, Shannon, Ireland, C1-1

journal

Quality of life in restless legs syndrome: A systematic review of clinical trials and a critical review of instruments

Prof Jane Speight, Ana Howarth

(2010), Vol. 3, pp. 185-203, The Patient, Chester, England, C1-1

journal

The suitability of polycystic ovary syndrome-specific questionnaires for measuring the impact of PCOS on quality of life in clinical trials

Aysha Malik-Aslam, M D Reaney, Prof Jane Speight

(2010), Vol. 13, pp. 440-446, Value in health, Malden, Mass., C1-1

journal

Patient-reported outcomes following islet cell or pancreas transplantation (alone or after kidney) in type 1 diabetes: a systematic review

Prof Jane Speight, M D Reaney, Alison J Woodcock, RM Smith, JAM Shaw

(2010), Vol. 27, pp. 812-822, Diabetic medicine, Chichester, England, C1-1

journal

Long-term biomedical and psychosocial outcomes following DAFNE (Dose Adjustment For Normal Eating) structured education to promote intensive insulin therapy in adults with sub-optimally controlled Type 1 diabetes

Prof Jane Speight, Stephanie Amiel, c bradley, Simon R Heller, Lindsay Oliver, Sue Roberts, h rogers, Carolin Taylor, g thompson

(2010), Vol. 89, pp. 22-29, Diabetes research and clinical practice, Shannon, County Clare, Ireland, C1-1

journal
2009

Conducting literature reviews to support the use of patient-reported outcomes (PRO) measures in clinical trials - the benefits of a systematic search strategy

Debbie Smith, M D Reaney, Prof Jane Speight

(2009), Vol. 15, pp. 4-6, ISPOR connections, Lawrenceville, N.J., C1-1

journal

Not all roads lead to Rome - a review of quality of life measurement in diabetes

Prof Jane Speight, M D Reaney, K.D. Barnard

(2009), Vol. 26, pp. 315-327, Diabetic medicine, Chichester, England, C1-1

journal

The use of hypothetical scenarios and importance weightings when measuring the impact of diabetes on quality of life. A response to Brose et al

Prof Jane Speight, M D Reaney, K.D. Barnard

(2009), Vol. 26, pp. 1077-1079, Diabetic medicine, Chichester, England, C1-1

journal
2008

Quality of life and impact of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion for children and their parents

K.D. Barnard, Prof Jane Speight, Prof Timothy C Skinner

(2008), Vol. 25, pp. 278-284, Practical diabetes international, Chichester, England, C1-1

journal

Understanding and assessing the impact of alcoholism on quality of life : a systematic review of the content validity of instruments used to assess health-related quality of life in alcoholism.

M D Reaney, Colin Martin, Prof Jane Speight

(2008), Vol. 1, pp. 151-163, Patient, Auckland, N.Z., C1-1

journal

Understanding and assessing the impact of alcoholism on quality of life (QoL)

M D Reaney, Prof Jane Speight

(2008), pp. 221-240, Identification and treatment of alcohol dependency, Keswick, S.A., B1-1

chapter
2005

The Renal Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire (RTSQ): a measure of satisfaction with treatment for chronic kidney failure.

Shalleen M Barendse, Prof Jane Speight, c bradley

(2005), Vol. 45, pp. 572-579, American journal of kidney diseases, Philadelphia, PA, C1-1

journal
2002

Patient perceptions of diabetes and diabetes therapy : assessing quality of life

c bradley, Prof Jane Speight

(2002), Vol. 18, pp. S64-S69, Diabetes metabolism : research and reviews, Chichester, England, C1-1

journal

Training in flexible, intensive insulin management to enable dietary freedom in people with type 1 diabetes : dose adjustment for normal eating (DAFNE) randomised controlled trial

Stephanie Amiel, Sue Beveridge, c bradley, Carla Gianfrancesco, Simon R Heller, Peter James, Natalie McKeown, Douglas Newton, Lynn Newton, Lindsay Oliver, Helen Reid, Sue Roberts, Susan Robson, Jackie Rollingson, Val Scott, Prof Jane Speight, Carolin Taylor, Gillian Thompson, Eileen Turner, Frances Wright

(2002), Vol. 325, pp. 746-749, BMJ : British medical journal, London, England, C1-1

journal
2001

The ADKnowl: identifying knowledge deficits in diabetes care

Prof Jane Speight, c bradley

(2001), Vol. 18, pp. 626-633, Diabetic medicine, Chichester, England, C1-1

journal
1998

MAAGs: the next generation. A study of the development of medical audit advisory groups and the arrangements for supporting clinical audit in primary care

Prof Jane Speight

(1998), Vol. 6, pp. 43-49, Audit trends, Leicester, England, C1-1

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