Research recommendation(s) from an individual piece of guidance
|Guidance||Type 1 diabetes in adults: diagnosis and management|
|Date issued||August 2015|
Research recommendations coming out of this guidance
Improved methods and interventions for achieving HbA1c targets in adults with type 1 diabetes:- What methods and interventions are effective in increasing the number of adults with type 1 diabetes who achieve the recommended HbA1c targets without risking severe hypoglycaemia or weight gain?
Continuous glucose monitoring for adults with type 1 diabetes:- In adults with type 1 diabetes who have chronically poor control of blood glucose levels, what is the clinical and cost effectiveness of continuous glucose monitoring technologies?
Structured education programmes for adults with type 1 diabetes:- In adults with type 1 diabetes, what methods can be used to increase the uptake of structured
education programmes and to improve their clinical outcomes (particularly achieving and sustaining blood glucose control targets)?
Risk stratification tool for HbA1c targets for adults with type 1 diabetes:- Can a risk stratification tool be used to aid the setting of individualised HbA1c targets for adults
with type 1 diabetes?
Technologies for preventing and treating impaired awareness of hypoglycaemia in adults with type 1 diabetes:- For adults with type 1 diabetes, what are the optimum technologies (such as insulin pump therapy and/or continuous glucose monitoring, partially or fully automated insulin delivery, and behavioural, psychological and educational interventions) and how are they best used, in terms of clinical and cost effectiveness, for preventing and treating impaired awareness of hypoglycaemia?