Are you interested in the Night Time Study?
Research suggests that the timing of blood pressure medication may improve the outcome for people living with diabetes
Taking blood pressure lowering medications at night may play a role in preventing the progression of kidney disease in diabetic patients. Current evidence for this potential benefit remains inconsistent. The survey aims to explore GPs’ and diabetic patients’ perspectives toward changing the time they take BP-lowering drug treatment from morning to before bedtime.
We want to hear your opinion on taking blood pressure lowering medication at night.
You are eligible if you:
- are 60 or older,
- are diabetic, and
- are taking once-daily blood pressure lowering medications.
This study is conducted by Dr Chau Ho and her team. You will be asked to complete a survey, which may take up to 30 minutes.
You will be updated on the results once the study is complete.
Interested in learning more?
Read more about what the Night Time Study involves, click the button below to view the Study Information.
Are you eligible?
Simply answer 5 questions to see if you’re eligible to participate.
For further information about participating, please call 1800 971 022.
If you are a General Practitioner (GP) who is interested in participating in this study, please click on the green button.
Curtin University Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) has approved this study (HREC number 2023-0050)
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