Diabetes: mental health considerations in adults
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What percentage of people with diabetes will suffer with their psychological wellbeing?CorrectIncorrect
What would be first-line pharmacotherapy for the treatment of depression in someone living with diabetes?CorrectIncorrect
You have a strong suspicion that one of your regular patients is suffering from diabetes distress. Which assessment tool would be most appropriate to explore this?CorrectIncorrect
What percentage of people have both diabetes distress and depression?CorrectIncorrect
Which symptom of anxiety listed below may be mistaken for hypoglycaemia?CorrectIncorrect
What is ‘diabetes burnout’?CorrectIncorrect
What patient-friendly resource could you provide to people with diabetes to help them identify changes in emotional wellbeing and steps to take?CorrectIncorrect
In a person optimised on oral therapy, what treatment may be best if the person is fearful to start insulin due to fear of injecting?CorrectIncorrect
What might be a sign that someone has a fear of hypoglycaemia?CorrectIncorrect
What is the most common form of compensatory weight loss behaviour in people living with diabetes?CorrectIncorrect
What does the mSCOFF questionnaire assess for?CorrectIncorrect
What recently published document can guide appropriate use of language when caring for people living with diabetes?CorrectIncorrect
In a person started on sertraline for anxiety, what might you commonly expect to see in someone on insulin therapy?CorrectIncorrect
How might you best prevent people from becoming fearful of insulin?CorrectIncorrect
In type 1 diabetes, eating disorders are associated with:CorrectIncorrect