PaRent InterventiOn to pRevent dIsordered eating in children with TYpe 1 diabetes (PRIORITY)

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Increasing evidence suggests that children and young people with type 1 diabetes (T1D) are at greater risk of disordered eating compared to children without T1D. Christina J Jones discusses a psycho-education intervention for parents of children and young people with T1D, informed by the Information Motivation Behavioural Skills model.

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