Lots of exciting research projects sit at the heart of Diabetes UK's mission to transform the care and prevention of all forms of diabetes, on our journey to finding a cure.
When deciding on which diabetes research projects to fund, we need to listen to people who experience the condition every day, as well as their carers and healthcare professionals. It's a vital way to steer the direction of future research.
Finding top priorities
A Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) is a way of establishing the 'Top 10' questions about a condition that people living with it, carers, family members and healthcare teams most want answers to – answers that could be found through future research.
Highlighting the Top 10 unanswered questions about a condition is also a way of directing research to where it's needed most.
Find out about the Priority Setting Partnerships for diabetes by following the links below.
The Top 10 priorites for Type 1 diabetes were published in 2011. The Top 10 priorites for Type 1 diabetes were published in 2011.
We're currently searching for the Top 10 priorities for Type 2 diabetes.