People with Diabetes:
Got strong opinions about diabetes tools & treatments you wanna share with decision-makers?
Interested in being flown out to beautiful Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA, to act as a patient advocate?
You came to the right place!
You have until the end of day today, July 26, to enter our 2013 DiabetesMine PATIENT VOICES SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST!
That’s right, we’re looking for 10 passionate PWDs (people with diabetes) or caregivers to receive…
People with Diabetes:
Today is all about hearing your voice.
Taking a cue from Chris Snider who blogs over at A Consequence of Hypoglycemia, we are happy to be joining others in the Diabetes Online Community (DOC) for a “Check-In Day” today. As Chris proposes:
“I want everyone to comment on every blog post you read. For the lurkers, or for anyone who truly doesn’t have any feedback or comments (which, by the way, is totally okay), a…
Continuing our series of interviews with the 10 winners of the DiabetesMine Patient Voices Contest that were announced in June, today we’re featuring none other than long-time diabetes blogger and advocate, Sara “Knicks” Nicastro, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 21. Sara lives in Florida and works in higher education administration.
In her contest video, Sara discussed her thoughts on device personalization, like what’s offered by many smartphone apps these days. We…Read more »
Welcome to the latest in our series of interviews with the 10 winners of the 2012 DiabetesMine Patient Voices Contest, who were announced back in June.
This time, we’re chatting with Sara Vazquez, a fellow PWD who lives in Massachusetts, where she’s in her senior year of college studying biology. She also works as an undergraduate research lab assistant at the legendary Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston, so she’s right there at the corner of…
Today we’re chatting with another of our awesome winners of this year’s Patient Voices Contest for our DiabetesMine Innovation Summit: Kathleen Peterson, a 29-year-old nanny and soon-to-be graduate student from Seattle, WA, who has lived with type 1 diabetes for 12 years. Kathleen is intimately familiar with the power of diabetes technology, having participated in a clinical trial for the Artificial Pancreas Project.
Kathleen shares with us her thoughts on the importance of device durability…