TuDiabetes Beta-Tester Team

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TuDiabetes Beta-Tester Team

This group is for people who are interested in trying out new diabetes-related smart phone and web-based applications that are in development, and giving feedback to help the developers make them as useful to people with diabetes as possible.  It's a great chance to to let the folks who are working to improve life with diabetes know exactly what we want and need.

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Latest Activity: 4 hours ago

Have you ever tried to use an application on your phone or computer that was supposed to help with your diabetes management, but missed the mark? Maybe it was confusing, or too time-consuming, the interface was hard to read or it didn't seem to really do much of anything. Here's a chance to let an application developer know BEFORE their app hits the market how they can make it better!

Diabetes Forum

Try DOCTO

Started by Emily Coles. Last reply by Clare 4 hours ago. 1 Reply

Hi all,The creators of a new app called DOCTO have asked for our feedback!  DOCTO purports to be "the first Knowledge-based system designed to deliver medical advice based on the user's distinct…Continue

Tags: biometrics, app, DOCTO

Try the NEXT version of Diabetes Detective!

Started by Emily Coles. Last reply by TuDiabetes Administration Oct 23. 1 Reply

A group of researchers from the Department of Biomedical Informatics of Columbia University has developed a new application for diabetes self-management. The application is a combination of an…Continue

Tags: diabetes management, app, Columbia University, MoDD, Diabetes Detective

first app to try: Mobile Diabetes Detective

Started by Emily Coles. Last reply by Lena Oct 16. 15 Replies

https://modd.dbmi.columbia.edu Test user account: 555-000-0000Test user…Continue

Tags: modd, application, app

Goal Tracker App

Started by Emily Coles. Last reply by catwoman29 Sep 11. 2 Replies

American Association of Diabetes Educators has created an app called…Continue

Tags: behavior modification, goal-setting, application, app, Goal Tracker

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Comment by Lena on October 16, 2014 at 8:06am

Hello all!

Quick announcement: we have just released a new version of our application for problem-solving in diabetes. It has a number of new features; most notably a possibility to like different recommendations, and leave comments about your experiences with different goals. Feel free to create an account and give it a try:

www.diabetesdetective.com

Hope to hear about your experiences!
Lena.

Comment by Lena on June 24, 2014 at 11:03am

Hello everybody!

Thank you so much to those of your who shared your experiences and feedback on using Mobile Diabetes Detective. We learned so much from you and are already making changes to address your comments. But we would love to hear from more of you. Please take some time to use the application and let us know what you think:

https://modd.dbmi.columbia.edu

For the full experience, please create your own account (this is a research project which means that we don't share any user information with anybody).

Thank you!
Lena.

Comment by Lena on June 12, 2014 at 7:25am

Hello everybody! Great to see new people joining in!

As Emily mentioned, the first application we would like you to try is MoDD (Mobile Diabetes Detective). Feel free to try it out with a test user account, or create your own (this will take a few minutes as the app will ask you a few questions). Feel free to post your comments here or reach out to me personally: lena.mamykina@dbmi.columbia.edu.

Thanks, and looking forward to hearing from you!

 

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