Professor Roger Gadsby MBE
Dr Roger Gadsby set up a practice diabetes clinic in 1984 and has been speaking and writing about diabetes ever since. He has written four diabetes textbooks, ten textbook chapters and over 200 articles and papers.
He is an Associate Clinical Professor at Warwick Medical School. He developed, with others, Warwick Diabetes Care which was launched in November 2000 with a mission to become an internationally-recognised centre of excellence, delivering the highest standards of diabetes education, research, information and materials to improve the quality of diabetes care. Roger is Clinical Lead for the Diabetes Specialist Library for the National Library for Health (NLH). He was a founder member of the Primary Care Diabetes Society (PCDS) in the UK and was its treasurer from 2005-2008.
Roger has been a member of the development group for four clinical diabetes guidelines published by NICE in the UK. He was also a member of the guideline development group for the IDF global type 2 diabetes guideline published in September 2005.
He was awarded an MBE for ‘services to diabetes and the NHS’ in the Queen’s birthday honours list in June 2009.
Professor Roger Gadsby MBE's current roles
- Associate Clinical Professor at the University of Warwick
- GP clinical lead for the National Diabetes Audit
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Optimising health with nutrition and lifestyle
Dr Charles Fox
Exploring digital solutions to engage and affect health outcomes of older people
Improving health outcomes through nutrition and lifestyle
Dr Kesar Singh Sadhra
Approaches to diabetes management in the South Asian population
Dr Chris Gillespie
Providing and improving emotional support and wellbeing within the digital community
Dr Peter Foley
Identifying patient goals and promoting holistic practice without medication
Dr David Unwin
Working with patients to improve health outcomes without using medication
Widening the benefits of digital capabilities within the nursing community
Dr Jen Unwin
Improving health and resilience through hope
Dr Tabitha Randell
Creating engaging digital solutions for children and young people with diabetes