Foot complications RESEARCH opportunity

Matt Reaney is a Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol), a Chartered Scientist (CSci) and a Practitioner Health Psychologist (MSc, PGDip, BSc) who has been working in the field of psychosocial aspects of diabetes for more than 12 years. His research has been funded through public and private grants and conducted in conjunction with academic institutions, the NHS, and the pharmaceutical industry. This research has resulted in more than 70 conference presentations and 55 journal articles and book chapters; many of them in the psychosocial aspects of diabetes. He has been awarded Fellowships at both the Royal Society of Medicine and the Royal Society of Public Health, and an Associate Fellowship at the British Psychological Society. Further, Matt is on the editorial board of the Journal of Diabetes Research and Clinical Metabolism, co-Chair of the DIA Study Endpoints community and the Principal researcher in various scientific working groups.

Matt is currently undertaking a PhD in Health Psychology at the University of Chichester, exploring footcare behaviours among people with diabetes. His current study is seeking to explore foot care behaviour among people with and without diabetes, to explore what people may do to care for their feet. For this he is seeking volunteers to complete two surveys over a two week period. The first survey will take approximately 30 minutes, and the second no longer than 15 minutes. At the end of the study, participants who have completed both questionnaires will be entered into a draw to win one of three £50/$50 gift vouchers!

If you are interested in participating, please visit https://chichpscyh.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_a4f12rTJrI114A5 where you can find more information.

If you have any questions, please contact Matthew Reaney at mreaney1@chi.ac.uk.

WIN ONE OF THREE $50 GIFT VOUCHERS FOR COMPLETING SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR FEET!This post-graduate research study is designed to find out about what people with diabetes do day-to-day to look after their feetYou wil