At the recommendation of our event Advisory Board member Manny Hernandez (thanks Manny!) we created the following video at this year’s DiabetesMine Innovation Summit at Stanford University.
(Special thanks to Lacey Ehrlich of USC Annenberg for her excellent video work.)…
It’s an exciting day for us here at the ‘Mine! Today we are hosting the fourth annual DiabetesMine Innovation Summit at Stanford School of Medicine in Palo Alto.
This is a unique coming together of all the “stakeholders” in the diabetes world, including patient advocates, device designers, Pharma Marketing and R&D leaders, health tech visionaries, passionate clinicians, regulatory experts, and more. The aim is to spark discussions and interactions that lead to faster, better development…Read more »
Around the world we go, with our Global Diabetes Series, showcasing individuals grappling with this disease all over the planet. Today, we’re proud to bring you a report from Cambodia — one of ten countries in Southeast Asia, slightly smaller than Oklahoma, that lies between Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and the Gulf of Thailand. It’s an interesting place, where half of the current population is younger than 15 years old (!)
A Guest Post by Piseth…Read more »
On Nov. 10-11, the T1DExchange held a workshop in collaboration with the C3NProject, a Cincinnati, OH-based social innovation group that designs, tests, pilots and implements innovative ideas in partnership with real health systems. The idea was to bring various stakeholders together to explore designs that lead to better outcomes for diabetes (much like our first-ever DiabetesMine Innovation Summit).
Among the eclectic group gathered was Susannah Fox of ePatients.net, formerly with the Pew Internet and American…Read more »
If you’re hesitant about doing a Big Blue Test anytime soon, just remember the great built-in excuse it gives you to toss around…
Great excuse, indeed!
Thanks as always to fellow type 1 PWD and social media guru Mike Lawson, who’s head of user experience at the Diabetes Hands Foundation that runs the Big Blue Test advocacy campaign.
Remember: we have until Wednesday, Nov. 19, to keep logging these tests and…