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I've been contacted by a student named Kevin, who introduces himself this way: "I am a grad student at Berkeley, and my team is developing a smartphone application to help diabetics better manage their glucose levels. We are trying to talk with people with diabetes, physicians, and family members of people with diabetes to discover what is most important to them."
I'm all in favor of that! If you'd like to help Kevin and his team, fill out this quick survey. Maybe they'll design our next favorite diabetes app!
Emily I'll try the survey but I don't own a smartphone.
ERRRRR I don't think I would be of any help there after seeing the survey
Thanks for wanting to help, though, Doris!! Indeed, this is probably not the ideal survey for you :)
I took the survey, though I do not have a smartphone, I may look into one for later in the year.
Thanks Brunetta! I'm sure Kevin will greatly appreciate your help :)
I already use OnTrack to record my BG levels and EatDifferent to track my eating and exercise. Maybe they can develop an all-in-one app. Or an easy way to interface with meters and pumps...