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There’s No One Size Fits All

Melinda Seed writes for Twice Diabetes

I recently came across a health/medical article that expressed concern about the level of variation in paediatric diabetes treatment between different paediatric endocrinologists.  I thought the assumption that there was one best practice approach interesting especially in light of the statement, Continue reading

D Technology, What is Success?

Melinda Seed writes for Twice Diabetes
Melinda Seed writes for Twice Diabetes

Sometimes it seems people with diabetes are from Mars and healthcare professionals speak from [their] Uranus, even those who should know better. There were a number of positive things about a recent article on Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes Technology  but throughout the short article, the authors allowed their biases to show.

“Gathering information about the reasons for discontinued use [of an artificial pancreas] are vital for all technology trials and will be key to helping create programmes that actually increase the chance that patients will be successful in their use of technology.” Continue reading