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Exercise and physical activity in people with Type 1 diabetes: The importance of behaviour change

Published:February 23, 2018DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.diabres.2018.02.024
      Healthcare professionals are at the forefront for delivering public health messages and promoting healthier living amongst people with Type 1 diabetes. This includes encouraging individuals with Type 1 to be more physically active. However, healthcare professionals do not always know what to advise people with Type 1 when asked about incorporating physical activity into their lives [
      • Knight C.
      • Lowe R.
      • Edwards M.
      • Yardley J.
      • Bain S.
      • Bracken R.
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