Researchers from the University of Queensland are looking for
men and women with type 2 diabetes to participate in an
exercise training study involving 8-24 weeks of exercise
intervention, followed by six months of self-directed exercise
To be eligible, you must be aged between 25-69 years old with a
waist circumference greater than 80cm for women and 94cm for
men. You are also required to own a smartphone.
Exercise is known to help people with type 2 diabetes. However,
individuals respond to exercise in different ways: some people have
large improvements while others have small, or no, improvements.
Therefore, exercise prescription should be personalised.
The study is investigating whether a 'stepped care' approach to
exercise training will benefit more people with type 2
Free training and information sessions with an exercise specialist
will be provided and you will receive free information on your
fitness and health. You will also receive a free Fitbit Charge
activity monitor valued at $180. Free parking at the St Lucia UQ
campus will also be provided.
You will undertake a comprehensive assessment of fitness, body
composition and cardiovascular disease risk across three initial
For more information please contact Shelley Keating at email@example.com or (07)
3346 9999 or
Klaus Jungbluth at firstname.lastname@example.org.