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Research Study for T1D Teens (Age 12-16) & Their Parents: Technology and T1D

Discussion in 'Parents of College Kids and Young Adults with Type' started by Medikidz, Jul 17, 2015.

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    Medikidz New Member

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    Medikidz (www.medikidz.com) attended the CWD conference in Orlando last week! We are a health education company to explain medicine to children and young adults through comic books---you may have seen two of our Medikidz superheroes last week at CWD!

    We are currently partnering with 3C institute on a brand-new research study that we would like to share with you. Please find some more information about the study below

    3C Institute (www.3cisd.com) is looking for youth with type 1 diabetes and their parents to participate in a research study! This study is all about technology and managing your T1D.
    The youth must:
    • Have a diagnosis of type 1 diabetes and
    • Be 12-16 years old
    If the family is eligible and is chosen to participate in the study, the youth and one parent will be asked to answer questions online about experiences living with type 1 diabetes at three different time points over the course of four months.

    Here is the link to the eligibility survey:
    https://www.3cisd.com/surveys/study/take/14390258561010

    The study can be completed entirely online. Additionally, the participating parent and youth will each receive a $20 gift card at each of three different time points over the course of the four-month study. This means that each youth can receive up to $60 in gift cards and each parent can also receive up to $60 in gift cards. Gift cards to choose from include Amazon, Walmart, and Target.

    This post was approved by Children with Diabetes.
     

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