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Clinical Trials for Obesity and its co-morbidities. Jenny Brown Clinical Nurse Specialist NHS Grampian. Consequences of obesity. Stroke. Depression. Cardiovascular risk factors. Respiratory disease. Heart disease. Diabetes. Gall bladder disease. Osteoarthritis. Cancer.

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Clinical Trials for Obesity and its co-morbidities

Jenny Brown

Clinical Nurse Specialist

NHS Grampian


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Consequences of obesity

Stroke

Depression

Cardiovascular

risk factors

Respiratory disease

Heart disease

Diabetes

Gall bladder disease

Osteoarthritis

Cancer

Hormonal abnormalities

Hyperuricaemia

and gout


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Ethics

  • Staff expertise

  • Coercion

  • Clinician/researcher dilemma


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Recruitment

  • Access to participants

  • ‘Magic Pill’ or ‘not a problem’

  • Reluctance to consent


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Retention

  • Approach to subjects

  • Flexibility


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Practicalities

  • Transportation

  • Facilities


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Group Discussion

Share your knowledge and experience to

discuss the following questions.

  • How would you prepare staff for working on obesity trials?

  • What practical aspects need to be considered when undertaking research for obesity?