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Institute of Digital Healthcare

Institute of Digital Healthcare


Using digital flash glucose monitoring for people with diabetes & COVID-19 frees up NHS resources

  • Patients with diabetes hospitalised with COVID-19 at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW) NHS Trust used flash glucose monitors as inpatients rather than traditional methods
  • This approach was evaluated by researchers from WMG at the University of Warwick and University Hospitals Coventry and Warwick NHS Trust
  • Patients who used the non-invasive skin monitors were adequately cared for and freed up resources making the care and monitoring of the high-risk patients more efficient

WMG research featured in House of Lords report

Research led by WMG's Dr Mark Elliott, has been featured in the House of Lords National Plan for Sport and Recreation Report.

The report considers the effectiveness of current sport and recreation policies and initiatives, and the case for a national plan for sport and recreation.


Improving healthcare provision through the development and implementation of new digital technologies by Prof Theodoros N. Arvanitis

The potential for digitisation of healthcare reaches into many, if not the majority, of healthcare services and pathways, from shifts in treatment and care methodologies and the improved management of healthcare data at scale to improve understanding of patient conditions and needs, to the use of digital technologies to allow patients themselves to play a more active and participative role in the management of their conditions. Read more