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Your views on diabetic foot ulcers

December 2021
March 2022
UK wide
University of Strathclyde
Disrupting the vicious cycle of healthcare decline in diabetic foot ulceration through active prevention: The future of self-managed care

Researchers at the University of Strathclyde’s School of Social Work and Social Policy are inviting people aged 18 and over, living with diabetes, who are currently experiencing, or have experienced, diabetic foot ulceration to take part in a study exploring self-management of foot ulceration.

Participation will consist of a 1:1 interview with researchers about your experience of having a diabetic foot ulcer and your views about how this could be self-managed in future. Researchers are particularly interested in how you would feel about using technology, such as a mobile phone, and the support you might need with this.

Interviews may be carried out online, by telephone or in person, according to what might best suit.

For more information please contact the research team

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