All, if you are interested in helping to develop your next Omnipod, there is a research study ("focus group") going on next week. It's located in San Francisco.

WED Apr 4 10-noon (Group for caregivers of kids using OmniPod)
WED Apr 4 6-8pm (Group for users of OmniPod)
$125 compensation for your time

To see if you can participate, follow the link: http://survey.quest-insight.com/survey/selfserve/f58/120303?list=0

Thanks,
Basil

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I'm not in the SF area, but I have two suggestions.

1. Bolus from the pod itself.
2. A bit more rounded/angled on the sides to hide lump better under clothing.

I should read this site more often... how did this go? Any great ideas surface?

I'd be interested in hearing how this went also.

You should do an East Coast session and I'd be there.

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