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Are you a Teen who has been diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes?
Are you the Parent of a Teen who has Type 1 Diabetes?
William Oglesby, M.A., M.Ed., a doctoral candidate at Alliant International University in San Diego, is currently investigating the ways that teens with Type 1, and their parents, manage their diabetes. To do this, the researcher is recruiting teens with Type 1 diabetes and their parent who most helps them to manage their diabetes.
To participate, contact the researcher as directed below. Study materials will be mailed to you for you to complete and then return using a self-addressed stamped envelope that will be provided for you. It is estimated that it will take less than an hour for most participants to complete the study. All personally identifying information will be kept confidential by the researcher and his supervising committee and WILL NOT be shared with, or sold to, any third parties.
Volunteers will be entered into an opportunity drawing to win a $250 dollar gift certificate to a major retailer. To participate in this study, volunteers must be:
- a teen between the ages of 14 and 18 years of age who has been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes AND his or her parent/guardian who helps them the most to manage their diabetes
- able to read English
This research has been authorized by the Institutional Review Board of Alliant International University for use with human participants.
If you wish to participate, please contact the researcher at email@example.com, leaving your name, address, and telephone number. Should you have any questions, you may also contact the researcher at this email address.
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