Parents of children with diabetes

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B.A., M.A., Msc.Psychotherapy, Diploma InSystemic Therapy.
Senior Clinical Psychologist, Temple Street Children’s University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland

Temple Street Children’s University Hospital, Dublin 1, Ireland.

010 353 1 8784293

Mairead.dempsey@cuh.ie

Clinical Psychologist in a Paediatric Diabetes Service (half time). Clinical psychologist in a Cochlear Implant Service (half time).
Masters degree in Clinical Medical Science at Karolinska Institute
Clinical Social Counselor, Karolinska Universty Hospital

Karolinska university hospital, Huddinge, 141 86 Stockholm, Sweden

+468-585 811 15

joacim.hagman@sll.se

Clinical Social Counselor
MSc
PhD student, VU University Medical Center

Van der boechorststraat 7, 1081BT, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

31204448352

m.eilander@vumc.nl

Collecting, analyzing and reporting on data. Qualitative and quantitative research on the psychosocial development of youth with type 1 diabetes.
B.Sc., MSc. and Ph.D (ongoing)
Programme Manager and Researcher, Galway University Hospitals and National University of Ireland, Galway

Endocrinology and Diabetes Centre, Galway University, Hospitals, H91 YR71, Galway, Ireland

00353 91 542840

MaryClare.Ohara@hse.ie

Programmer Manager and Researcher on study entitled “Developing an Intervention to Improve Outcomes for Young Adults with Type 1 Diabetes in Ireland”
Marital and Family Therapist, Department of Marriage and Family Therapy and Psychology and Sociology of Religion

University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Theology, Poljanska c. 4 1000, Ljubljana, Slovenia

tanja.pate@teof.uni-lj.si

Researcher at University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Theology, Department of Marriage and Family Therapy and Psychology and Sociology of Religion