Counting the carbohydrate, fat and protein: An insulin dosing app to improve blood glucose levels in Type 1 Diabetes in children and adolescents using insulin pump therapy

Type 1 Diabetes is associated with a significant, on-going health care burden for the individual and the community.  While insulin pump therapy will tailor the insulin dose and delivery accordingly, insulin dosing for carbohydrate, fat and protein is significantly more complicated than determining the insulin dose for carbohydrate alone.

An online intervention to improve child dietary intake in childcare.

Internationally, 41 million children aged 0-5 years were overweight or obese in 2016(1). Poor nutrition is one of the most important risk factors for the development of obesity(2). As early childhood is a formative time for developing healthy eating behaviours, population health strategies that support children to eat better are of upmost importance(3).

Understanding how cohabiting bacteria in urine influence treatment of urinary infections and urinary leakage in children: a pilot study

Urinary leakage in the daytime, feeling of urgency to urinate and frequent urination are common and often incapacitating problems in school-aged children. If affects 5-10% of healthy, otherwise normal children and significantly disrupts their day-to-day life and learning.(6,7)  This has consequences for mental health and healthy development.