Take part in research
The Centre invites all Australians living with diabetes to raise their collective voice and get involved in diabetes research. We also encourage healthcare professionals and carers and family members of people with diabetes to take part in studies where appropriate. This page is updated regularly providing details of current research opportunities.
Current research opportunities
Seeking input from diabetes health professionals about hypoglycaemia
The ACBRD, in partnership with the Australian Diabetes Society, Australian Diabetes Educators Association, Diabetes Victoria and Diabetes Australia, is conducting a brief survey about service-related gaps and health professional’s experiences addressing hypoglycaemia-related problems.
The findings will inform development and roll-out of a new online self-help psychoeducational program for people with diabetes, called HypoPAST.
Becoming a new mother: the experiences of women with type 1 or type 2 diabetes
Have you been diagnosed with type 1 or type 2 diabetes? Have you had a baby in the past 6 months?
Complete a brief survey to tell us about your experience. Your response will help us develop a tool to help health professionals provide better support for women like you in the future.
You can also go into a draw to win one of two iPads!
Research opportunity for people with type 2 diabetes, in Australia, with Vietnamese heritage
This Deakin survey asks questions about your diabetes beliefs and behaviours to improve future care.
Take part and enter a prize draw: $100 e-voucher.
Do you live in Melbourne and have type 2 diabetes?
We are conducting a study with the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute, La Trobe University, Centre for Eye Research Australia and Monash University to understand more about type 2 diabetes and its complications.
Whether you have had diabetes for a short or a long time; whether you are doing well or have problems with diabetes, you can be an important part of this study.
To be informed of future research projects, please register your interest below. You can also sign up to our monthly e-newsletter or follow us on Twitter and Facebook.