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Charlton, J. A pilot study to evaluate a self-management algorithm for people with Type 1 diabetes participating in moderate intensity exercise in laboratory and real-life environments. (Thesis)
Limited evidence is available to advise people with Type 1 diabetes about self-management strategies for maintaining acceptable glycaemic control when exercising. I...
Charlton, J., Kilbride, L., MacLean, R., Darlison, M. G., & McKnight, J. (2015). Delayed hypoglycaemia in people with type 1 diabetes after performing moderate intensity exercise before the evening meal. Practical Diabetes, 32(3), 99-102. doi:10.1002/pdi.1933
For a person with type 1 diabetes, participation in exercise may increase the risk of
hypoglycaemia. Research has been performed during or immediately after exercise in a
Charlton, J., Kilbride, L., MacLean, R., Darlison, M. G., & McKnight, J. (2015). The design and evaluation of a self-management algorithm for people with type 1 diabetes performing moderate intensity exercise. Practical Diabetes, 32(2), (64-69). ISSN 2047-2900
Limited evidence is available to advise people with type 1 diabetes about self-management strategies for maintaining acceptable glycaemic control when exercising.
Kilbride, L., Charlton, J., Aitken, G., Hill, G. W., Davison, R. C. & McKnight, J. A. (2011). Managing blood glucose during and after exercise in Type 1 diabetes: reproducibility of glucose response and a trial of a structured algorithm adjusting insulin and carbohydrate intake: Managing blood glucose during exercise. Journal of clinical nursing. 20(23-24), 3423-3429. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2011.03771.x. ISSN 1365-2702
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
To enable people with Type 1 diabetes to exercise safely by investigating the reproducibility of the glucose response to an algorithm for carbohydrate and...
Charlton, J., Mackay, L., & McKnight, J. (2003). A pilot study comparing a type 1 nurse-led diabetes clinic with a conventional doctor-led diabetes clinic. European Diabetes Nursing, 1(1), (18-21). doi:10.1002/edn.4. ISSN 1551-7853
A prospective comparative pilot study was designed to assess and compare care delivered by a diabetes specialist nurse (DSN) and standard doctor-led care for patients with typ...