At present, it is unclear why some people living with type 1 and type 2 diabetes experience emotional distress and others do not. The researchers are interested in what psychological factors may explain this. This understanding will help to develop more effective treatment strategies in the future.
This large-scale international research programme aims to understand more about the development of type 1 diabetes and why it occurs as well as identify ways to delay and/or prevent it.
A feasibility study to explore the implementation and acceptance of INTELLIN a novel health application on the management of people with diabetes who have recently healed foot ulceration
A study to find out whether medications currently prescribed to treat people with diabetes and heart problems could be used to prevent heart problems in people with diabetes who do not currently have any heart disease.
A study looking at whether a new medication can treat painful neuropathy (nerve pain) in people who have diabetes.
This study aims to get a better understanding of how foot ulcers develop so that foot ulcers might be able to be prevented in the future.
a two-stage study looking at people with Diabetic Foot Ulcers, comparing three treatments in four different combinations
A cross-sectional study to characterise young-onset diabetes in two UK ethnic groups
This study is looking at the importance of activity levels and mood on fear of falling in people with diabetes .