Help with diabetes app research

The Diabetes App Challenge is a 1-year pilot project exploring how apps might help prepare young people for their diabetes clinic appointments. It is run by Plymouth University, Peninsula College of Medicine & Dentistry and is funded by Diabetes UK. If you’re aged 16-25, have T1 diabetes, live in the UK and have a clinic appointment before the end of Feb 2013, then you are invited to try out and review one of the six apps that were designed and created by other young people with diabetes. You’ll get a £20 Amazon voucher for participating.


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