Real-World Evidence for Decisions in Diabetes

ABOUT REDDIE

Randomised controlled trials (RCT) are the cornerstone of evidence-based medicine. However, the digitisation of real-world data (RWD) including data from devices, wearables, and electronic health records in large national registries provides opportunities to demonstrate efficacy and safety of innovative technologies including drugs, devices, diagnostics, and digital health. These data are particularly relevant to long-term conditions such as diabetes mellitus, where drugs, lifestyle interventions, and digital technologies often work together.

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“In REDDIE, we will first define a typical target parameter of an RCT and then look for all people exposed to the same intervention in four comprehensive European real-world databases (Sweden, Denmark, Germany and England).

In this way, we ‘recreate’ the RCT trial within the real-world databases. Due to the large amount of real-world data we have available, we will get much faster answers to our research questions, tested in a much bigger cohort than this would ever be possible with RCTs.”

Dr Julia Mader, Medical University of Graz, REDDIE coordinator

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KEY FACTS

01 JAN 2023
START DATE
4 Years
DURATION
4,78 Mil €
BUDGET
14 Partners
FROM 7 COUNTRIES

NEWS

Technical Meeting between UNIPD and NOH on Diabetes Outcome Analysis

On July 3-4, 2024, the University of Padova's Department of Information Engineering hosted a productive technical meeting between UNIPD and NOH. Thi...

REDDIE at joint Heads of Medicines Agencies/European Medicines Agency Big Data Steering Group Workshop on Real-World Evidence Methods

Last week, on Friday, 14 June 2024, the Joint Heads of Medicines Agencies/European Medicines Agency (EMA) Big Data Steering Group Workshop on Real-Wo...

REDDIE in a new publication on Bridging the worlds of research and policy-making

REDDIE was mentioned as a good example in a new publication from our project partner, Jonathan Valabhji (Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine in London)...

International Day of Action for Women’s Health

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REDDIE First Progress Meeting at Novo Nordisk Favrholm Campus: Integrating Real-World Data for Diabetes Research

The REDDIE project (Real-world Evidence in Diabetes) aims to enhance randomised clinical trials with real-world data from diabetes databases.

Diabetes UK Professional Conference 2024

The Diabetes UK Professional Conference 2024 starts tomorrow. Organised by the Diabetes UK organisation, it will take place at the ExCeL London from 1...

3rd Advances in Hypoglycaemia Scientific Conference

The 3rd Advances in Hypoglycaemia Scientific Conference organised by IHSG kicks off today.

From April 8-12, experts will have the opportunity to con...

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EU Lawmakers Reach Agreement on AI Act

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The 17th International ATTD Conference

Today kicks off the first day of the 17th International Conference on Advanced Technologies and Treatments for Diabetes in Florence, Italy.

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Artificial Intelligence Methods to Power Real-World Clinical Studies

On February 23rd, our partners from UNIPD presented the REDDIE project at the research event "DEI-AI 2024" organised by the Dept. of Information Engineering, UniPD.

REDDIE at The Evidence Base

Interview with Julia Mader and Martina Radanović: REDDIE project featured in The Evidence Based magazine

REDDIE General Assembly meeting

On December 7th, the REDDIE consortium gathered virtually for their first General Assembly meeting. Approximately 30 consortium members participated...

DIA Innovating Clinical Trials in Europe Conference

On November 15th, Martina Radanović, REDDIE’s Project Manager from EURICE, showcased the project at the "DIA Innovating Clinical Trials in Europe Virt...

MetReal Cluster meeting

On October 30, the MetReal cluster gathered all the representatives from sister projects. Representatives from Real4Reg, ONOVACULATE, REALM, More-Euro...

First REDDIE Stakeholder Meeting

Hamburg/Germany, 1 October 2023

REDDIE (Real-World Evidence for Decisions in Diabetes) aims to explore how real-world evidence can complement rand...

Save the date: REDDIE Stakeholder meeting

The REDDIE project is delighted to announce its upcoming face-to-face stakeholder meeting, scheduled for October 1st 2023 in Hamburg, Germany. The mee...

LTMLE Workshop held in Copenhagen

On the 22nd and 23rd May 2023, the “LTMLE Workshop” organised by the REDDIE work package 4 took place in Copenhagen, Denmark. Kindly hosted by the University of Copenhagen

New Project “REDDIE”

New EU Research Project REDDIE Investigates Use of Real-World Data to Improve Health Technology Assessments and Regulatory Guidance for Diabetes Care...