DRU Cymru Studies - Aneurin Bevan University

  • Title: A Pragmatic Randomized Trial to Evaluate the Comparative Effectiveness Between Dapagliflozin and Standard of Care in Type 2 Diabetes Patients
    Acronym: The DECIDE Study
    Recruitment Site: Avicenna Medical Centre; Gelligaer Surgery; St Paul's Clinic
    Investigator: Dr J Holland; Dr R Hussein
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  • Title: An incident and high risk type 1 diabetes research cohort - After Diagnosis Diabetes REsearch Support System-2 (ADDRESS-2)
    Acronym: ADDRESS-2
    Recruitment Site: County Hospital
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  • Title: COMPOSEd - Exploring the barriers to effective co-morbidity management post-stroke with a focus on hypertension and diabetes
    Acronym: COMPOSEd - Barriers to Effective Co-Morbidity Management Post-Stroke
    Recruitment Site: Aneurin Bevan Local Health Board
    Investigator: Dr J Hewitt
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  • Title: T Cell studies in type 1 diabetes
    Acronym: T cell studies in T1D
    Recruitment Site: Nevill Hall Hospital; Royal Gwent Hospital
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  • Title: The Genetic Basis of Severe Childhood Obesity
    Acronym: Genetics of Obesity
    Recruitment Site: Nevill Hall Hospital
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  • Title: A randomised, double blind, placebo controlled multicentre trial, examining the effect of natrox on the rates of healing for chronic diabetic foot ulcers
    Acronym: DIAB 4383
    Recruitment Site: Royal Gwent Hospital
    Investigator: Dr C Twine
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  • Title: Hypoglycaemia in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus in primary care
    Acronym: DRN 663 (Hypoglycaemia in People with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Primary Care)
    Recruitment Site: Avicenna Medical Centre; Oak Street Surgery
    Investigator: Prof K Khunti
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R & D Contact:

T: 01633 656353
E: abb.R&D@wales.nhs.uk