Journal article

An exploratory trial of basal and prandial insulin initiation and titration for type 2 diabetes in primary care with adjunct retrospective continuous glucose monitoring: INITIATION study

Irene D Blackberry, John S Furler, Louise E Ginnivan, Jo-Anne Manski-Nankervis, Alicia Jenkins, Neale Cohen, James D Best, Doris Young, Danny Liew, Glenn Ward, David N O'Neal

Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice | ELSEVIER IRELAND LTD | Published : 2014

Grants

Awarded by Centre of Clinical Research Excellence (CCRE) in Diabetes Science


Funding Acknowledgements

The INITIATION study was an investigator initiated study. We gratefully acknowledge funding and material support by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Centre of Clinical Research Excellence (CCRE) in Diabetes Science (ID 454461 CIA JD Best), Sanofi and Medtronic. The grant proposal was independently peer-reviewed by the NHMRC CCRE in Diabetes Science, Sanofi and Medtronic. JF is supported by an NHMRC-PHCRED Career Development Fellowship. Abbott donated the blood glucose meters (BGMs) and BD supplied the needle starter packs. We gratefully acknowledge the participation of the following primary care centres Mossfiel Medical Centre, Point Cook Medical Centre, Princes Highway Medical Centre, Iramoo Medical Centre, Cairnlea Superclinic, Isis Primary Care, Civic Parade Medical Centre, Thomastown Superclinic, Westgate Health Co-operative, Hoppers Crossing Medical Centre, Fawkner Family Medical Centre, Wingrove Medical Centre, Laurimar Medical Centre, Thomas Street Family Medical Centre, Circle Surgery, Laverton Medical Centre, The Clinic Werribee, Hampstead Drive Medical Centre, Westgate Medical Centre, Wyndhamvale Health Care, Murchison Medical Centre, Altona Superclinic, and assistance from Hanan Derraz CDE-RN, Dr Bala Krishnamurthy, Dr Kylie Maclachlan, Dr Jason Galanos, Ms Brenda Cayzer, Ms Fiona Weedon and Dr Ken Sikaris from Melbourne Pathology. We thank participating patients for their support.