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Diabetes Research Steering Group 4: Acute Care

Current priorities:

  • Preventing harm in acute care
  • Machine learning to identify high-risk patients with diabetes
  • Training schemes for healthcare professionals
  • Pregnancy and diabetes in inpatients
  • Covid-19's impact on inpatient diabetes care
  • Technology to support acute care
  • Glycaemic measurements and their use in acute care
  • Assessing people's experience in hospitals - PROMs and quality of life

Chair: Dr Gerry Rayman, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust


Dr Rayman’s research interests include new technologies in diabetes care, such as improving the early detection of diabetic neuropathy and continuous glucose sensing. 

Who's involved?

  • Andrea Lake, Deputy Chair
  • Dr Gill Rees
  • Dr Goher Ayman
  • Dr Peter Rogers
  • Amanda Venus
  • Trudi Evans
  • Andrea Lake
  • Dr Amie Bain
  • Dr Daniel Flanagan
  • Dr Mayank Patel
  • Ines Fonseca
  • Dr Charlotte Boughton
  • Dr Christopher Sainsbury
  • Dr Claire Reidy
  • Dr Dinesh Selvarajah
  • Dr Ketan Dhatariya
  • Dr Krish Nirantharakumar
  • Dr Punith Kempegowda
  • Emma Page
  • Esther Walden

If you would like to share your views with the group on where research into acute care for people with diabetes should be focused, please get in touch:

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