Diabetes Patients 8-21 years of age - Participate in a study and get paid $300!
We are seeking persons with diabetes between 8-21 years who are on a pump OR take 3 or more daily insulin injections (Fast acting insulin at least 2x per day and long acting at least 1x per day) to participate in consumer research study to be conducted in Redwood City in the week of June 3, 2010 and pays $300 CASH total cash.
This is a great opportunity to make some money by providing your feedback toward improving a device used to help individuals with diabetes who take multiple daily insulin injections.
To qualify for the study, one must be:
- 8-21 years of age
- Using an Insulin Pump OR taking 3 or more daily insulin injections with an insulin pen or syringe (Fast acting insulin at least 2x per day and long acting insulin at least 1x per day)
- Available for all 3 sessions (dates posted below)
This study will run starting the week of June 3, 2010 and consists of 3 sessions and a wear trial in-between.
Session 1 (Early June = 45 minutes): Participants will be trained on how to use a new product regarding diabetes management.
Session 2 (2-3 days after session 1 = 2 hours): We will ask participants to follow directions regarding a new diabetes product and simulate preparing and using it. You will be required to prick your skin with a very small sterile needle. You will then leave the session wearing a light-weight prototype for 4 days. This prototype will NOT interfere with your insulin dosing.
Session 3 (4-5 days after session 2 = 30 minutes): Participants will be asked to answer some questions and provide feedback about your experience with the device. Finally, participants will be paid $300 CASH for participating.
If interested, please call us at 408-834-8443 or email:
Please CLEARLY state your name and daytime telephone number and reference the "Redwood City" study.
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Last Updated: Tuesday May 04, 2010 18:01:44
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