Published on in Vol 6, No 2 (2017): February

Co-creating and Evaluating a Web-app Mapping Real-World Health Care Services for Students: The servi-Share Protocol

Co-creating and Evaluating a Web-app Mapping Real-World Health Care Services for Students: The servi-Share Protocol

Co-creating and Evaluating a Web-app Mapping Real-World Health Care Services for Students: The servi-Share Protocol

Journals

  1. Grady M, Venugopal U, Robert K, Hurrell G, Schnell O. Health Care Professionals’ Clinical Perspectives and Acceptance of a Blood Glucose Meter and Mobile App Featuring a Dynamic Color Range Indicator and Blood Sugar Mentor: Online Evaluation in Seven Countries. JMIR Human Factors 2019;6(3):e13847 View
  2. Grady M, Cameron H, Katz L. Patients With Diabetes Using a New Glucose Meter With Blood Sugar Mentor and Dynamic Color Range Indicator Features Show Improved Interpretation and Willingness to Act on Blood Glucose Results (ASCEND Study). Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 2020:193229682094987 View
  3. Fritzen K, Basinska K, Stautner C, Braun K, Rubio-Almanza M, Nicolucci A, Kennon B, Vergès B, Hosny Y, Schnell O. Budget Impact of Improved Diabetes Management by Utilization of Glucose Meters With a Color-Range Indicator—Comparison of Five European Healthcare Systems. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 2020;14(2):262 View
  4. Greenwood D, Grady M. Healthcare Professional Perceptions of Blood Glucose Meter Features That Support Achievement of Self-Management Goals Recommended by Clinical Practice Guidelines. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 2020:193229682094611 View
  5. Al Hayek A, Alwin Robert A, Al Dawish M. Patient Satisfaction and Clinical Efficacy of Novel Blood Glucose Meters Featuring Color Range Indicators in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes: A Prospective Study. Cureus 2020 View