Development of a behaviour change intervention: to help improve communication between patients and healthcare staff .
a study to evaluate a new approach to reduce sedentary time in people with a long term health condition and low mood.
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
A study is looking at whether a smartphone ‘app’ could help people who have had recent diabetic foot ulceration.
A trial to evaluate the efficacy of non-thermal gas plasma on sub clinical wound infection(biofilm) in patients with diabetic foot ulcers
This study is looking at the importance of activity levels and mood on fear of falling in people with diabetes .
Assessing whether a new device, PulseFlowDF, can help foot ulcer healing by increasing blood flow to the ulcer.
Looking for: family members of people with type 1 diabetes, aged 3-45 years, to attend one hour clinical appointment within Greater Manchester.
Looking for: people with type 2 diabetes; aged 18-75 years old; male or female and some other criteria.