Here at MOTIVATE T2D our aim is to help you to get active! All the resources on this website are free for you to use throughout the study. They have been developed by experts in exercise prescription from The University of British Columbia (Canada) and Liverpool John Moores University (UK).
6-Month home-based exercise study
In this study we are investigating the effect of 2 different supported exercise interventions on basic health outcomes in patients with Type 2 diabetes. The entire intervention can be completed in your own home, including a variety of health measures.
Please read through the information sheet below for more information and eligibility.
HOW DO I TAKE PART?
Meeting with a member of the team
A member of the team will contact you so you can ask any questions and check if you are eligible to take part
A free testing kit will be delivered to your home to assess a number of health measures
You will be randomized into either:
a) Exercise Counselling
b) Exercise Counselling + mHealth
Meeting with an exercise specialist
You will co-design an exercise programme with a trained exercise specialist
The MOTIVATE T2D Research Study
You will be supported through a personalised 6-month exercise and physical activity programme
Exercise Consultation Meetings
Throughout this time you will have meetings with your exercise specialist to review and update your programme
Motivational Text Messages
You will also receive motivational text messages from your exercise specialist during the programme
Following the 6-month programme you will then repeat all the health check measures.
One year after you signed up for the study, we will ask you to repeat the health measures again - just to see how you are getting on!
Meet the Team
Professor of Cardiovascular Physiology, LJMU
Senior Lecturer in Exercise Metabolism and Health, LJMU
Senior Lecturer in Physical Activity and Cardiovascular Physiology, LJMU
Post Doc, Mobile Health Technology and Exercise, LJMU
Associate Professor of Diabetes, University of Exeter
Assistant Professor of Behavior Change, Exercise and Health, UBC
Associate Professor of Exercise Metabolism and Health, UBC
Associate Professor of Pediatric Exercise Physiology, UBC
PhD Student, Mobile Health Technology and Exercise, UBC
Professor of Health Economics, Lancaster University