hrp0095hdi2.1 | How Do I… Session 2 | ESPE2022

How do I …Manage communication with families after onset of T1D?

Lange Karin

Even today, the majority of families are caught completely unprepared by the diagnosis of diabetes in their child. The "bad news" hits them like a bolt from the blue and calls into question the future plans of parents and children. The first talk with the paediatric diabetologist, in which the diagnosis is communicated and the therapy is roughly outlined, sets the course for the acceptance of diabetes in the family and the long-term trusting cooperation with the diab...

hrp0089mte8.1 | Psychology of childhood diabetes: How to motivate children and families with T1DM | ESPE2018

Psychology of Childhood Diabetes: How to Motivate Children and Families with T1DM

Lange Karin

Type 1 diabetes in childhood is a family project challenging all members 24 h/365 days a year. Parents and children have to perform a multitude of self-management tasks responding to changes in activity, food, emotional well-being and physiology. In addition parents have to combine their role as loving carer with role of the responsible ‘diabetologist’ of their child. Personalized structured education and psychosocial support for all family members are the keys to su...

hrp0095p1-282 | Fat, Metabolism and Obesity | ESPE2022

Significant improvement in dietary behaviors and quality of life among adolescents with obesity in the COVID19 lockdown through telehealth

Struckmeyer Nora , Biester Torben , Weiner Chantal , Sadeghian Evelin , Guntermann Cathrin , Galuschka Laura , Reck Kisa , Weiskorn Jantje , Kapitzke Kerstin , Lange Karin , Danne Thomas , Reschke Felix

Background: COVID19 Lockdown resulted in an extreme change in daily lifestyle with a significant increase in weight and loss of quality of life, as well as an increase in the risk of secondary health conditions even in young people. One reason for this is a fatal change in the nutritional situation, especially among adolescents. Convincing models to counter this problem are missing so far. Multiprofessional training programs could reveal an outstanding effect ...