Tagged: Endocrinologists

Beyond the Body: Using Photovoice to Explore Social Determinants of Diabetes with South Asian Adolescents in the Peel Region of Ontario, Canada

The higher prevalence of diabetes in the South Asian (SA) population living in Canada spans across generations and is often associated with individual risk factors while undermining the social determinants of health (SDOH). There is a scarcity of studies examining the perspectives of SA adolescents with a family history of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). Learning directly from the adolescents can fill an important gap by providing insight on how the SDOH contribute to disproportionate rates of T2DM in SA immigrant communities.

The experience of diagnosis announcement in rare endocrine diseases: a survey of the French FIRENDO network

Publication date: Available online 10 November 2023 Source: Annales d’Endocrinologie Author(s): Haifa Rahabi, Maria Givony, Béatrice Demaret, Frédérique Albarel, Marie-Reine Aubron, Beate Bartès, Lucie Bernard, Hendy Abdoul, Naim Bouazza, Philippe Brun, Delphine Drui, Véronique Dujardin, Catherine Lançon, Sabine Malivoir, Irène Netchine, Bénédicte Perrotin, Virginie Picard, Rachel Reynaud, Murielle Ribeiro, Véronique Tardy Guidollet

Fasted C-peptide Distribution and Associated Clinical Factors in Adults with Longstanding Type 1 Diabetes: Analysis of the Canadian Study of Longevity in Type 1 Diabetes

Although insulin production is reportedly retained in many with longstanding type 1 diabetes, the magnitude and relevance of C-peptide production are not known with certainty. We aimed to define fasted C-peptide distributions and associated clinical factors.