Research & Projects

 

Pcde Collaborative reseach : Cochrane review

PCDE facilitated a Cochrane systematic literature review on Interventions for improving adherence to treatment recommendations in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus

Ref: Vermeire E, Wens J, Van Royen P, Hearnshaw H. Interventions for improving adherence treatment recommendations in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus [Systematic Review]. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2005 Apr 18;(2):CD003638 and the OBO project (Obstacles and Outcomes on Living with Diabetes),

Ref. Vermeire E, Hearnshaw H, Rätsep A, Levasseur G, Petek D, Van Dam H, Van der Horst F, Vinter-Repalust N, Wens J, Dale J, Van Royen P. Obstacles to adherence in living with type 2 diabetes. An international qualitative study using meta-ethnography (EUROBSTACLE). Primary Care Diabetes. 2006;1:15-23.

EU Projects

Currently PCDE is involved in different European research projects as SWEET, Calliope and Image

European Coalition for Diabetes
working together for people living with diabetes across Europe

The Grand Challenge: Delivering for Diabetes in Europe – EU meeting Brussels 8th December 2010

PCDE has agreed to join one of the Expert Working Groups in preparation for Grand Challenge meeting in the European Parliament on 8th December 2010 in Brussels.The European Coalition for Diabetes (EURADIA, FEND, IDF Europe & PCDE) have been fortunate to have gained the support of the European Parliamentary Diabetes Group of MEPs, known as the European Union Diabetes Working Group (EUDWG) in hosting the meeting in the European Parliament in Brussels. It has also been included within the Belgian European Union Presidency activities.

As a consequence this is a high profile meeting. We expect both the EU Commissioner for Health and the Commissioner for Research to attend as well as health officials from other EU States. We see this as an important opportunity to raise awareness of the diabetes epidemic within the EU.  The objective is to agree a European Strategy & Action Plan for the primary prevention of Diabetes, its earlier diagnosis, management, research and the education of people at risk of diabetes or its secondary complications.

For this meeting on 8th of December the five expert working groups will prepare reports for action on Diabetes Prevention, Early Diagnosis, Management, Research and Education . They will form the basis of the discussions on the 8th December.

More updates will follow in due course.

DIAMAP
Public Consultation: 20 May – 20 June 2010 – Diamap Report

www.diamap.eu

The DIAMAP project is funded by the European Commission FP7 HEALTH 200701 and coordinated by EURADIA.
DIAMAP is intended to chart the future of diabetes research in Europe and to guide funding agencies in drawing up future calls for research funding.
We invite you to consider the DIAMAP Road Maps, which are now open for public consultation for a 1 month period. Any comments received either by the contact form or by e-mail will be taken into consideration in preparation of the final report.
The files may either be opened in your browser or you may download them, but please note the files are still in preliminary format.