hrp0092p1-114 | Pituitary, Neuroendocrinology and Puberty | ESPE2019

Obesity in Boys is Not Associated with Delayed Pubertal Onset

Busch Alexander , Højgaard Brigitte , Hagen Casper , Teilmann Grete

Context: Pubertal timing in boys is associated with body mass index (BMI). Studies consistently report an inverse correlation of BMI and pubertal timing within the normal BMI range. However, observations in obese boys are conflicting with different studies reporting either early or delayed pubertal onset in obese boys.Objectives: We aimed to assess the association of clinically assessed initial milestones of male puberty...

hrp0082p1-d3-81 | Diabetes (2) | ESPE2014

mHealth app for Young People with Diabetes Type 1 Transferring from Pediatric to Adult Care

Teilmann Grete , Boisen Kirsten , Hommel Eva , Olsen Birthe , Pedersen-Bjergaard Ulrik , Castensoe-Seidenfaden Pernille

Background: Managing diabetes requires self-care, knowledge and support – especially when moving from pediatric to adult care. Finding ways to empower young people in transition and transfer is therefore important.Objective: To develop, test and evaluate a mHealth app for young people with diabetes type 1 transferring from pediatric to adult care.Method: Development: We developed an app-prototype based on rapid prototyping and...

hrp0089p1-p040 | Diabetes & Insulin P1 | ESPE2018

Poor Metabolic Control in Children and Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes and Psychiatric Comorbidity

Sildorf Stine M , Breinegaard Nina , Lindkvist Emilie B , Tolstrup Janne S , Boisen Kirsten A , Teilmann Grete K , Skovgaard Anne Mette , Svensson Jannet

Objective: Type 1 diabetes in childhood is associated with an increased risk of psychiatric morbidities. We investigated predictors and diabetes outcomes in a pediatric population with psychiatric comorbidities.Research Design and Methods: Nationwide pediatric registerbased study. Data from the Danish national childhood diabetes register (DanDiabKids) and The National Patient Register were collected (1996–2015) for this population-based study. We us...