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Survey for parents with type1 children

Discussion in 'Parents of Children with Type 1' started by _henrik, Aug 26, 2015.

  1. _henrik

    _henrik New Member

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    Dear parents,

    I'm a student from Germany, studying media computer science at the university of applied science in Düsseldorf. I'm currently developing a hardware product that helps parents of children with type 1 diabetes to always know about their child's current blood sugar level. Therefore I need to understand your everyday challenges concerning type1 diabetes and your child.

    I would be very grateful if you could spend 5 minutes for answering my survey:
    http://goo.gl/forms/bWQTh0WLZ1

    Thanks and best regards,
    Henrik

    (This post has been approved by CWD.)
     
  2. jenm999

    jenm999 Approved members

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    I just took the survey. Two things: there wasn't an option to select fingersticks AND CGM - we use both. Also, we DO already monitor our son remotely.
     
  3. _henrik

    _henrik New Member

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    Hey jenm999,
    thanks for participating. You mentioned good points, I adjusted the concerned questions :)
     
  4. quiltinmom

    quiltinmom Approved members

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    I believe you can check both options in that field, not either/or. Just in case anyone else is wondering.
     
  5. mamaberkhie

    mamaberkhie Approved members

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    I also took the survey. :wink:
     
  6. rgcainmd

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    So where's my Amazon gift card?

    Just kidding!

    Please update us once the survey is complete if you get a chance...
     
  7. cdninct

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    Completed. One note: my son cannot independently inject insulin, but he can independently administer insulin via his pump. I was not sure how to answer the question on that topic.
     

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