T1 #diabetes – MSc student needs 10 people to help evaluate device (transfers glucose readings to iPhone)

Screen Shot 2014-06-16 at 23.36.12If you have Type 1 diabetes, an iPhone and would like to help test out Diabeto (a new device to support diabetes management) an MSc student at UCL would like to hear from you.

4-Week Type 1 Diabetes Technology Study

“Diabeto is a device used to track and review glucose meter readings: it transfers glucose readings from your Glucose meter into your smartphone (http://diabe.to/).

University College London and Diabeto are currently recruiting Type 1 Diabetes Patients for a study being conducted over 4 weeks to explore people’s use of the Diabeto device within their current self-management routine.

We are looking for participants that:
-use a glucose meter supported by Diabeto,
-live in UK,
-are over 18 years old,
-use an iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C or iPhone 5S with iOS7
-were diagnosed more than one year ago with Type 1 diabetes, and
-are responsible for the maintenance of their diabetes.”

Find out more: 4-Week Type 1 Diabetes Technology Study

See the link above for more information for what is on offer and what is required. The study is part-supervised by CHI+MED researchers.

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