Take part in a study exploring the experiences of older
people with Type 2 diabetes who have recently started
insulin treatment (minimum 6 months, maximum
4 years). Participants will receive a £20 Amazon voucher
after the interview as a thank you. This study is based on
individual interviews (phone, face to face or virtual).
Make contact if you are, or caring for an individual
Aged 70 or over
Diagnosed as Type 2 diabetes
On insulin treatment for the past 6-48 months
Minimum 6 months, maximum 4 years on insulin
TO FIND OUT MORE AND TO TAKE PART
Contact Chaya Langerman, Researcher at King's College
London at firstname.lastname@example.org
Research call Older Type 2s on insulin
This study has been approved by Psychiatry, Nursing and
Midwifery Research Ethics Subcommittee, King's College London.
Share your experience of starting
insulin treatment and care support
Do you know of someone who's doing a great job in the
arena of diabetes care?
Nominate them now and get them the recognition
Categories you can nominate in are:
Diabetes Professional of the Year
Outstanding Educator in Diabetes
The People's Award QiC 2021, The People's Award Winner, Chris Bright
The People's Award, supported by Diabetes UK,
recognises an individual who has supported/
cared for people with diabetes. It will be
presented to someone who is based in the UK
or Ireland and is not a healthcare professional.
This person can be anyone that you think
deserves recognition, such as a carer, volunteer,
a person with diabetes, a diabetes blogger
and/ or writer, or a family member.
Quality in Care Awards
Nominate your diabetes care heroes
The closing date is Friday 1 July 2022.
The awards ceremony is due to take place on Thursday
13 October 2022, at Sanoifi's UK offices, in Reading.
Find out more, including how to nominate at: