Understanding cardiovascular risk and disease progression among individuals with a high-risk of developing diabetes.
Multi-state model to map patterns of adherence to medication.
The ability to work is related to different health related outcomes and is an important aspect of quality of life.
The Treatment Reality of Type 2 diabetes Patients in Denmark 1995-2014 - A retrospective nationwide cohort study to investigate the treatment of patients with type 2 diabetes in Denmark.
DAWN2 provides new insights to identify unmet needs and best practices to improve outcomes for people with diabetes.
The study is based on a design-thinking approach putting the target group (people with mental illness) at the centre of problem solving and development.
In order to develop a mobile application (app) tailored to the needs and challenges of people with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes, the project applied the methodology of ‘Design Thinking’ . This means that the solution is not predefined, but shaped in co-creation with the target groups(s).
DEXLIFE – FP7 EU-funded multidisciplinary diabetes prevention project.
Developing tools and methods for patient education and support targeting ethnic minorities with type 2 diabetes.
53rd Annual Meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes, 11-15 September 2017, Lisbon, Portugal.
Testing a new concept to motivate and empower patients to take control of their medication.
What are the impacts? Evaluating Steno’s own programs
How diabetes affects the labour market and vice versa.
This project focuses on family-based obesity interventions for children and adolescents. The aim is to produce knowledge and to develop new methods (for creating family involvement) that involve the whole family in positive and constructive ways and reduce detrimental communication.
Project collects largest ever cohort for genetic study of Diabetes nephropathy in type 1 diabetes.
Colombian project aims to promote healthier pregnancies and awareness of gestational diabetes.
Community mobilisation and integrated interventions for sustainable impact in health promotion.
The promise and unknowns of HRV measurements.
Steno is involved in major DG SANCO EU HEPCOM project.
The PROLONG study: PROtective genetic and non-genetic factors in diabetic complications and LONGevity.
In this research project we aim to identify subgroups of individuals with different patterns of disease development before the onset of type 2 diabetes and diabetic complications.
Using cross-cultural encounters as a means of health promotion among primary school students – the Move Eat Learn (MEL) project.
This project is based on the adipose expandability hypothesis, which states that the link between obesity and metabolic complications does not depend on the total fat mass accumulated, but depends on the remaining capacity for expansion and functioning of the adipose tissue.
A toolbox for group-based patient education – development, feasibility study and evaluation.
This project investigates the development and implementation of health promotion activities in deprived neighbourhoods. In these areas, the residents are at increased risk of developing diabetes and other Non-Communicable Diseases (NSD’s) as inappropriate health behaviour is concentrated among socially disadvantaged groups.
Treatment with GLP-1 receptor agonists has been shown to improve glycaemic control in persons with type 2 diabetes. In animal and human studies, GLP-1 receptor agonists have displayed beneficial effects on pancreatic beta-cell function that could be of interest in relation to persons with type 1 diabetes.
The aim is to determine whether lowering serum uric acid by means of allopurinol early in the course of kidney disease may be effective in preventing or slowing the decline of renal function in T1D patients.
Self-management behavior in persons with type 2 diabetes (T2DM) is crucial to prevent diabetes complications, improving diabetes outcomes and quality of life. Person-centeredness is a key element in diabetes self-management education and support because it encourages behavior changes, creates a sense of empowerment, and maximizes quality of life (1).
This project will optimize the effective use of this information to patients, providers, and society, and potentially lead to more personalized treatment recommendations.
Family members have important roles in everyday management of diabetes. Problems and challenges are not restricted to the person with diabetes and often affect the whole family.
The overall objective is to compare the short-term (3 months) effectiveness of three glucose-lowering interventions (physical activity, metformin, and dapagliflozin) on glucose variability, body composition, and cardiometabolic risk factors in overweight or obese individuals with pre-diabetes (HbA1c 6.0-6.4% / 42-47 mmol/mol).
PRIORITY: Proteomic prediction and Renin angiotensin aldosterone system Inhibition prevention Of early diabetic nephRopathy In TYpe 2 diabetic patients with normoalbuminuria.
An Exploratory Study to Develop a framework for a supportive PROgramme Of CarE for Adult OnsEt Type 1 Diabetes – the PROCEED study.
Developing school-based health education.
The PULSE project is a research-based, action-oriented exhibition-development project that takes place at a science centre in Copenhagen called Experimentarium.
The REDDSTAR Project has the potential to significantly impact the management and treatment of diabetes, with relevance for clinicians, researchers in diabetes and regenerative medicine, drug/pharmaceutical companies and ultimately for the general public.
A prospective observational study of the association between plasma vitamin D and the development and progression of complications in patients with diabetes associated with Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen.
Development and test of health care education methods and tools.
TEACH-OUT: physical activity, learning and social relations in the Danish udeskole.
Developing tools for community-based health promotion.
Can methylglyoxal predict the onset of diabetes complications?
Developing a screening method for cardiovascular disease in people with type 1 diabetes.
This PhD study (2015-2018) explores work life from the perspective of people with type 1 diabetes.
We Act - Together for Health is a development and research project with a multicomponent curriculum-integrated school intervention focusing on physical activity and lunch meal, using a democratic and participatory approach to health education.
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