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In this seminar, Professor Rafael Perera will present examples of research carried out in this area over the last ten years.

Longer life expectancy has also meant longer time spent ill with a chronic condition. To adequately manage a chronic condition requires the use of a monitoring strategy which helps determine if there has been any change. Conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, and chronic kidney disease use different measures/biomarkers as part of this monitoring strategy, but in some cases, the measures show high levels of variability. Understanding how this variability impacts on clinical decision-making is crucial to determine which measures to use and how often to measure.

In this seminar, Rafael will present some examples of research carried out in this area over the last ten years. He is involved in many research programmes using a wide range of expertise to develop innovative methods of analysis and monitoring in primary and secondary research, including diabetes, oral anticoagulation therapy, hypertension, cardiovascular disease and chronic kidney disease.

A recording will be made available shortly after the event.

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Booking is not required for this free event, open to all.