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Screening for disordered eating in diabetes study

Researchers from the University of Surrey are looking for healthcare professionals working in diabetes to take part in a study on screening for disordered eating in diabetes.

Do you currently work in an NHS diabetes services and have direct contact with patients?

Have you worked at this service for more than six months?

Are you aged 18 or over?

Those with type one diabetes are more at risk of developing concerns around eating, food and body weight, It can be hard to identify individuals who are experiencing these difficulties and there are currently no guidelines on how to do this.

To learn more about this, and current attitudes towards screening for disordered eating in diabetes, we are inviting people like you to talk with one of our researchers to share your experience of asking about these concerns.

For more information email Katie on:

You will receive a £10 Amazon voucher for your time.

Download a flyer to share.

This study has been issued a Favourable Ethical Opinion by the University of Surrey Ethics Commitee (Ref: FHMS 21-22-295 EGA)