In November the study teams from across the country met in Cambridge to discuss our progress over the past 12 months. Over the summer months all of our closed loop participants transitioned to our new closed loop system, CamAPS FX with the Dana RS insulin pump and Dexcom G6 CGM. The meeting focused on collating […]
Today we randomised our final participant in the CLOuD study, recruitment took a few months longer than anticipated (thanks to NIHR for the recruitment extension) but we made it. We round up recruitment at a grand total of 101 participants recruited, and 97 participants randomised. There’s no time for us to catch our breath as […]
In June Prof Hovorka was invited to attend a reception at Downing Street with the Prime Minister (who has type 1 herself). The event celebrated the work of researchers, NHS staff, charities and youth volunteers who have made it their mission to help people with type 1 diabetes.
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall visited Addenbrooke’s Hospital to meet our Chief Investigator, Prof Hovorka, and hear about the closed loop technology used in the CLOuD study. To read more about the visit you can visit the JDRF blog post here
In November 2018 the coordination team hosted the annual meeting at Cambridge, welcoming representatives from all 7 clinical sites and our collaborators from the study laboratories and qualitative interview team. With recruitment well underway, our focus of this year’s meeting was retention of study participants throughout the duration of the 2 (or potentially 4!) year […]