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This survey is now closed. Thanks to everyone who participated.

The purpose of this survey is to learn about the experiences that kids have at school if they have ever needed glucagon because of a severe low blood sugar or insulin because of a high blood sugar. All responses are confidential, and you do not have to include your contact information. You may if you like.


1. In what grades are your children with diabetes?







2. Does your child's school allow glucagon to be stored on site for emergency use?




3. Who at your child's school is permitted to administer glucagon?








4. If your child has glucagon at school, has it ever been needed? That is, has your child ever experienced a severe low that required intervention?




5. If your child has had a low that required glucagon, was it actually used?




6. If your child had glucagon injected at school, what was the outcome?





7. If your child required glucagon but it was not injected, what was the outcome?







8. If your child experienced a serious injury or impairment because glucagon was not injected, please explain.

9. Does your child need to inject or bolus insulin while at school?



10. Under what circumstances does your child inject or bolus insulin while at school? Check all that apply.





11. Who at your child's school is permitted to administer insulin? Check all that apply.









12. If your child has needed insulin at school and it was not administered, what was the outcome? Check all that apply.






13. If you would like to add any details or personal experiences related to this survey, please do so here.

14. If you would like to include your contact information, please do so here. It is not required.




                 
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