Testing two low-calorie diets aimed at helping people with type 1 diabetes lose weight and improve blood glucose control.
Investigating whether a new portable self-management system can help people with diabetes manage their blood glucose levels, adhere to treatment plans and improve quality of life.
Investigating the benefits of using new materials to develop products to help manage diabetic foot ulcers.
Gathering opinions on a new research project investigating whether artificial intelligence can be used to predict risk.
Investigating how well a new drug works at helping people lose weight and reduce symptoms of heart failure.
Gathering patient views and experiences to develop a new online tool to support clinical decision making when caring for people with diabetes.
Investigating if time restricted eating can improve blood sugar control in people at risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Understanding the social and cultural factors relating to type 2 diabetes and how they impact people diagnosed with the condition.
Understanding what matters most to people living with type 2 diabetes when looking at weight loss plans and diets.
Investigating if a new online system can help people with type 2 diabetes manage their condition.
Understanding how living with diabetes can affect people’s day-to-day life experience and mood.
Discovering the best ways to support people with type 2 diabetes increase physical activity.
Looking to understand if a smart insole can help improve balance for people with diabetic neuropathy.
Assessing if the FreeStyle Libre 2 system can improve HbA1c.
Investigating new treatments for painful neuropathy in people with diabetes.
Investigating the genetic causes of diabetes to identify cases of MODY.