Night-Time Survey

Curtin University researchers want to learn if taking blood-pressure lowering medications at night may play a role in preventing the progression of kidney disease in diabetic patients through an online survey.

Study Purpose/Description

The research team want to learn if taking blood-pressure lowering medications at night may play a role in preventing the progression of kidney disease in diabetic patients. In a 30-minute online survey, participants will be asked about their perspectives toward changing the time of taking blood-pressure lowering drugs.

What’s Involved?

Taking part in this study involves:

  • Completing a baseline survey to assess your eligibility via the study website, and
  • Completing the main survey to explore your perspectives toward changing the time of taking blood pressure lowering drugs.

If you are interested in getting involved, and you meet the above requirements, you can complete the baseline survey here.

You will be updated on the results of the study once it is completed.

Disease or condition

Diabetes

Recruitment criteria

This study is open to participants who:

  • Are aged 60 years and older, and
  • Have been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, and
  • Are taking a once-daily dose of blood-pressure lowering drug treatment.

Study sponsor / funder

Research team contacts

Research Team

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