GooD4Mum aims to prevent, among women with past gestational diabetes (GDM), progression to type 2 diabetes. It is a general practice-based cluster randomised controlled trial (RCT) to address system, practice and individual level barriers to implementation of guideline recommendations to increase diabetes screening and lifestyle prevention program uptake in mothers who have had gestational diabetes. We are using the GRHANITE® research data extraction tool and our expertise in de-identified record linkage to link data from the National Diabetes Register NDR and University of Melbourne’s Patron de-identified general practice data. We will compare sensitivity of the national register versus GP records to identify women with past gestational diabetes. The RCT tests a new system for recalling women and trials a new diabetes prevention program.
- Prof Helena Teede, Lead Investigator, Monash University
- Dr Siew Lim Monash University
- Prof Danny Liew Monash University
- Dr Sharon Licqurish Monash University
- Prof James Dunbar Deakin University
- A/Prof Vincent Versace Deakin University
- Prof Jane Speight Deakin University
- Dr Mark Morgan Bond University
- Dr Sharleen O’Reilly University College Dublin
- Dr Dale Ford Improvement Foundation
- The Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes
- Diabetes Australia
- Diabetes Australia-Victoria
NHMRC partnership grant, Australian Government Department of Health, Diabetes Australia Research Limited, and in-kind funding from RACGP, Diabetes Victoria, Improvement Foundation (Australia) Ltd.
The project is underway. General practice recruitment will commence in 2022 and the RCT in 2023.