Diabetes Special Interest Group
The Diabetes Special Interest Group promotes the use of evidenced-based approaches to assess and treat the biopsychosocial factors associated with morbidity in diabetes.
Our specific goals are to:
- Increase collaborative opportunities between pediatric psychologists who conduct research and provide clinical care to pediatric patients with diabetes and their families.
- Promote an integrated team approach to the medical management of pediatric patients with diabetes and their families.
- Provide assessment and treatment resources to researchers and clinicians who work with pediatric patients with diabetes and their families.
- Train and mentor new diabetes-focused researchers and clinicians using scientific approaches to the medical and psychological management of diabetes.
Our membership includes a diverse group of Division 54 members. These individuals include trainees, faculty members, and hospital/clinic-based practitioners. Interested in joining the D-SIG? Please contact Karen Roberts, SPP Admin, who will verify your SPP membership and pass your information to the SIG leadership.
Chair: Amy Hughes-Lansing, PhD
Co-Chair: Jenna Shapiro, PhD
Communications Chair: Samantha Carreon, PhD
MAL: Sahar Eshtehardi, MS
MAL: Christina Nicolais, PhD
MAL: Alexandra Monzon, MA
Dissemination Chair: Jaclyn Papadakis, PhD
Dissemination Co-chair: Amy Noser, PhD
Online and Advocacy Chair: Sobha Fritz, PhD
Online and Advocacy Co-Chair: Christina Nicolais, PhD
Please check out our SIG webpage at: https://sppdiabetes.weebly.com/