Table GStakeholder identification and prioritization of insulin delivery methods of greatest importance for future research among insulin-requiring patients with type 2 diabetes

Phase 1: IdentificationPhase 2: Number of Stakeholders Rating Research Gap as Highest Priority (n=5)Phase 3: Number of Stakeholders Re-rating Gap as Highest Priority (n=5)Phase 4: High Priority Gap(s) Included as Part of the Final Research Question in Final Research Questions
Continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion (insulin pump)1*
Reactive low glucose suspend pump (automatically suspends insulin delivery when glucose reaches low threshold)0*
Artificial pancreas (overnight closed loop, sense upper and lower thresholds)1*
Sensor-augmented insulin pump3*

Indicates consensus achieved in the previous round; reprioritization not required.

Indicates an identified research need.

From: Executive Summary

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Insulin Delivery and Glucose Monitoring Methods: Future Research Needs: Identification of Future Research Needs From Comparative Effectiveness Review No. 57 [Internet].
Future Research Needs Papers, No. 32.
Yeh HC, Lau BD, Golden SH, et al.

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