Get Involved
with the DTRG


Diabetes clinical trials are an essential part of the development of new interventions and technologies and tests that may help to improve the
way you manage your diabetes or improve outcomes and the health care of others.

Clinical trials are research investigations in which people volunteer to test new treatments, interventions or tests as a means to prevent, detect, treat or manage various diseases or medical conditions. Some investigations look at how people respond to a new intervention* and what side effects might occur.respond to a new intervention* and what side effects might occur.
This helps to determine if a new intervention works, if it is safe, and if it is better than the interventions that are already available. Clinical trials might also compare existing interventions, test new ways to use or combine existing interventions or observe how people respond to other factors that might affect their health (such as dietary changes).
Reference:  
https://www.australianclinicaltrials.gov.au/what-clinical-trial

  • Receive expert clinical support from a team of health care professionals
  • Outcomes: You may find that your HbA1C and glucose variability alter whilst participating
  • You will have exposure to new type 1 diabetes technology
  • You will be contributing to data collections that will be utilised to help relieve the impact and burden of type 1 diabetes in the future

Get Involved
with the DTRG

Diabetes clinical trials are an essential part of the development of new interventions and technologies and tests that may help to improve the way you manage your diabetes or improve outcomes and the health care of others.

Clinical trials are research investigations in which people volunteer to test new treatments, interventions or tests
as a means to prevent, detect, treat or manage 
various
diseases or medical conditions. Some investigations look at how people respond to a new intervention* and what side effects might occur.respond to a new intervention* and what side effects might occur. This helps to determine if a new intervention works if it is safe, and if it is better than the interventions that are already available. Clinical trials might also compare existing interventions, test new ways to use or combine existing interventions or observe
how people respond to other factors that might affect their health (such as dietary changes).
Reference:
https://www.australianclinicaltrials.gov.au/what-clinical-trial

  • Receive expert clinical support from a team of health care professionals
  • Outcomes: You may find that your HbA1C and glucose variability alter whilst participating
  • You will have exposure to new t 1diabetes technology
  • You will be contributing to data collections that will be utilised to help relieve the impact and burden of t 1 diabetes in the future

Become a participant!

Meet Kim Henshaw who is a participant in type 1 diabetes technology research
a
t the DTRG. Watch Kim explain what it means to her to be a participant in this
important area of research.

Learn More about Kim


How can I be involved?
How can I be part of a clinical trial/research project with the DTRG ?

Reach out to us

If you have TYPE ONE DIABETES and are OVER 18 YEARS OF AGE
And LIVE IN VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA.

We also have several studies involving people without diabetes:
Please also reach out to us If you DO NOT have diabetes but are interested
in participating in clinical research to help develop technologies for those with diabetes

Get Involved

Get in touch

Please contact the Research Group Leader to discuss your options.

    Become a participant!

    Meet Kim Henshaw who is a participant in type 1 diabetes technology research at the DTRG. Watch Kim explain what it means to her to be a participant in this important area of research.

    Learn More about Kim

     

    How can I be involved ?
    How can I be part of a clinical trial/research
    project with the DTRG?

    Reach out to us
    If you have TYPE ONE DIABETES and are OVER 18 YEARS
    OF AGE And LIVE IN VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA.
    How can I be part of a clinical trial/research
    project with the DTRG?

    We also have several studies involving
    people without diabetes:

    Please also reach out to us If you DO NOT have diabetes but are interested in participating in clinical research to help develop technologies for those with diabetes

    Get Involved

    Get in touch

    Please contact the Research Group Leader to
    discuss your options.

      DIABETES TECHNOLOGY
      RESEARCH GROUP

      Our mission is to improve the lives of people with diabetes through exceptional research that drives advancement
      in innovative technologies

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      DIABETES TECHNOLOGY
      RESEARCH GROUP

      Our mission is to improve the lives of people with diabetes through exceptional research that drives advancement in
      innovative technologies

      Contact Us