Perceptions on the Intrusiveness of Remote Digital Monitoring for Diabetes

Name of Study

Perceptions on the intrusiveness of remote digital monitoring for diabetes

 

Purpose of Study

 

This international online survey aims to identify the perceptions of adults living with diabetes, type 1 or 2, regarding digital monitoring. Specifically, we aim to identify which aspects of digital monitoring are considered intrusive in personal life and privacy, and which aspects are acceptable and reassuring.

 

 

Type of Study (observational/exploratory etc.)

 

Online survey

 

Are you recruiting participants for this trail?

 

Online survey

 

Geographical location of study 

 

Online study

 

Who can take part?

 

People who are at least 18 years old and have type 1 or 2 diabetes

 

What will the participants be asked to do?

 

Participants will be asked to take an online survey. The survey takes 10 to 15 minutes to complete. In the survey, they will read and rate short scenarios describing different ways in which digital monitoring could be used to manage diabetes.

 

Recruitment Start Date

 

13/02/2019

 

Recruitment Finish Date

 

13/06/2019

 

Study Duration

 

4 months

 

This study is funded by:

 

Theodora Oikonomidi has obtained a doctoral contract from the French School of Public Health (EHESP). No specific funding has been received for this project.

 

For further information contact:

 

Theodora Oikonomidi

 

Phone

 

063 1382881

 

Email

[email protected]