Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics (DT&T) is a US-based journal devoted, amongst other things, to the application of technology (including information technology) in clinical diabetes care.
Reproduced via the links below, with the kind permission of Mary Ann Liebert (publishers of DT&T), are a selection of articles relevant to AIDA which have appeared in the journal. Also some general short articles from a regular 'Diabetes Information Technology & WebWatch' column are included.
Articles are accessible here as portable document format (PDF) files, for which you will need an Adobe Acrobat Reader (downloadable free via the "Get Acrobat Reader" icon)
200 user AIDA survey - discussion (1.6 Mb)
200 user AIDA survey - qualitative data (56 Kb)
200 user AIDA survey - quantitative analysis (563 Kb)
www.2aida.info Diabetes / Insulin Tutorial review (821 Kb)
www.2aida.org website review (939 Kb)
British Diabetic Association (BDA) review of AIDA v4 (237 Kb)
* Pilot randomised controlled trial (RCT) results - an overview [correspondence] (167 Kb)
Usage of the AIDA Website - a logstats analysis (360 Kb)
Research use of AIDA (review): 1. Decision support testing & neural network training (251 Kb)
Why people download the AIDA diabetes software simulator 2 (536 Kb)
Research use of AIDA (review): 2. Generating simulated blood glucose data for prototype validation (294 Kb)
Who is downloading AIDA v4.3a? A 1-year survey of 3864 downloads (240 Kb)
Further user comments about AIDA (188 Kb)
* Randomised controlled trial design for simulator use - some issues for consideration (248 Kb)
* Teaching guidelines for use with AIDA (573 Kb)
Who is downloading the AIDA simulator? An audit of 2437 downloads (525 Kb)
* Recommended training requirements for teaching use of AIDA (383 Kb)
Why people are downloading the AIDA diabetes software simulator (848 Kb)
* Utility of AIDA as a teaching tool for primary care physicians (GPs) (248 Kb)
* Questionnaires for a randomized controlled trial methodology (179 Kb)
Simulating glycosylated haemoglobin (HbA1c) levels in diabetes using AIDA (207 Kb)
Use of AIDA as an interactive educational tool for teaching student nurses (762 Kb)
User experience with AIDA v4 (102 Kb)
User reviews of 'AIDA on-line' (190 Kb)
A look to the future of diabetes simulators (135 Kb)
Short user comments ('sound bites') regarding AIDA v4 (69 Kb)
AIDA overview paper (2.4 Mb)
Independent commentary about AIDA (52 Kb)
* Asterisked - bold items - relevant for randomised controlled clinical trial usage of AIDA
General 'Diabetes Information Technology & WebWatch' articles:
Diabetes and the World Wide Web (51 Kb)
Diabetes Insight Website Review (538 Kb)
Hurdles to computerisation in diabetes care (129 Kb)
A look to the future of IT in diabetes care (50 Kb)
General diabetes resources on the Web (69 Kb)
Freeware diabetes database software available on the Web (77 Kb)
Health-care diabetes database programs - issues regarding use (242 Kb)
Electronic medical records - issues regarding use (62 Kb)
These articles are reproduced from Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics, courtesy of Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers, 140 Huguenot Street, 3rd Floor, New Rochelle, NY 10801-5215, U.S.A. Phone: (914) 740-2100; fax (914) 740-2101; e-mail: email@example.com; on-line: www.liebertpub.com
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