Can you help with the latest diabetes research? - Diabetes WA
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We are so thankful to researchers all around Australia who are looking for ways to prevent diabetes or help people live well with diabetes. Would you like to help them by participating in their research?

People with type 1 diabetes: complete a 10 minute survey and go in the draw to win an iPad
Professor Mark Ritson from Melbourne Business School is researching attitudes toward insulin pumps for people with type 1 diabetes.
The information and opinions you provide will remain confidential and will only be used for evaluation purposes. All completed surveys will go into the draw to win an Apple iPad Wi-Fi 32GB. The survey closes in late January.

If you have any queries about this survey contact Nefertitti Malcolm by email at diabetes_study@theoru.com or telephone 02 8922 9200. Click here to start the survey.

People with type 2 diabetes: eccentric exercise study
Researchers at Edith Cowan University are studying how “eccentric exercise” can help reduce glucose levels and improve insulin sensitivity in people with type 2 diabetes. Eccentric exercise includes walking downhill and lowering weights.
The researchers are looking for people aged 50-80 with type 2 diabetes who have not participated in strength training lately. Starting in February 2018, participants will receive 12 weeks’ resistance training, blood analysis, body composition scans and physical fitness assessments all free.

Contact Christine on c.kudiarasu@ecu.edu.au or phone 0421 821 966 to express interest.

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