Clinical trials

Diabetes researchers are carrying out clinical research projects all around the world. They are reliant on people volunteering their time to help test ideas and make new discoveries. Before new treatments can be used to help people with diabetes they must be carefully tested to determine their safety and effectiveness. By taking part in such trials you could play an important role in helping to prevent diabetes, to develop new and better treatments, or to find a potential cure. Researchers will work with people of different ages and backgrounds and sometimes they look for a specific medical history and criteria.

Follow the links below to learn about current trials that need volunteers. The list is provided for information purposes only and should not be treated as advice or a recommendation for participation in any of the studies. If you would like to take part in a clinical trial you should always consult your healthcare team and speak to the healthcare professionals involved in the study. You should be aware that there may be adverse side effects or disadvantages when participating in research or trials.

https://www.diabetes.org.uk/Research/Take-part-in-research/

https://www.jdrf.org.uk/research/getting-involved-in-research/current-trials